Cognitive Computational Neuroscience Group Maastricht
Studying cognition from the perspective of A.I. and neural computation
The CCN Group, co-headed by Prof. Rainer Goebel and Dr. Mario Senden, is part of the Department of Cognitive Neuroscience at Maastricht University and studies perception and cognition from an interdisciplinary perspective combining computational neuroscience, deep learning, neuroimaging and robotics.
Vaish gave a talk on Functional Cognitive Architectures with a top-down perspective at the Human Brain Project Summit 2020 in Athens.
The CCN group presented a poster about 'Saccades to Dexterity' at the Human Brain Project Summit 2020 in Athens .
The group kickstarted 2020 with dinner and drinks and enjoyed some elusive Dutch sunshine in January.
Jessica de Santiago, PhD candidate at Computational Neuroscience Group, UPF Barcelona, has received the YERUN Research Mobility Award for a research collaboration at Maastricht University with our group.
Link to YERUN Research Mobility Awards 2019-2020.
Mario was selected for Young European Talent 2019 in the Science category.
Salil presented his work on population real-time receptive-field mapping at Society for Neuroscience Conference in Chicago in November, 2019.
Mario explained the Human Brain Project to laypersons at Studium Generale in November, 2019. Link to the event
Alex, Danny, Mario and Vaish organized and participated in the Workshop on Visuomotor Integration in Paris in June, 2019, as part of Co-design Project - 4 of the Human Brain Project.
The CCN group organized and participated in a hackathon aimed at combining models with the neurorobotics platform in Maastricht in December, 2018. Collaborators from TU Munich, FZI Karlsruhe and The BioRobotics Institute in Pisa also attended the hackathon.
Mario explained the closed-loop visuomotor model at the Human Brain Project Open Day held in Maastricht in October, 2018.