As a result of Billions of years of evolution, all living animals are extremely well adapted to inhabit their ecological niche. This implies species specific interaction with their immediate environment by assessing sensory cues and performing appropriate behavior. The information pathway in pattern recognition and cognitive tasks are of special interest as platform for reverse engineering. These features represent attractive guidelines for entirely new computing architectures. With a concerted effort of a multidisciplinary team from the fields of neuroscience, biology, psychology, physics, electrical engineering, material science, networks science and nonlinear dynamics, fundamental information pathways in selected nervous systems will be extensively studied with respect to their relevance as building blocks for novel, hardware-oriented computing.

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New video: colloquium talk - Prof. Dr. Joshua Yang (PhD)

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Special Issue in the journal "Sensors"

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Conference: International Intelligent Materials (IIM 2022)

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Press release: Diels-Planck-Medal 2021

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New video: colloquium talk - Dr. Brandon Weissbourd (PhD)

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New Video - Prof. Dr. Martin Ziegler

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New video: colloquium talk - Prof. Dr. Gyorgy Csaba - 24.06.21

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New video: colloquium talk - Prof. Dr. Peter Dayan

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New video: colloquium talk - Dr. Rainer Friedrich

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Bernstein-Network: press release regarding funding of the CRC 1461

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DFG press release regarding funding of the CRC 1461

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