Dr Martin HebartResearch group leader
How does our brain allow us to make sense of our visual world? Our group works on unraveling the cascade of visual and semantic processing in the human brain and discover how the emerging representations allow us to interact effectively with our environment. To achieve this aim, we combine large-scale behavioral studies and densely sampled functional MRI and MEG with state-of-the-art artificial intelligence methods of vision and semantics (convolutional neural networks and large language models).
Available PhD projects
Our group is currently not accepting new doctoral students for primary supervision, but co-supervision is possible.