Visual Neuroethology Group
We are currently making our way from Würzburg to Konstanz University to study how insects perceive the world around them through their sense of vision, and how visual information guides complex behaviours such as avoiding obstacles in flight or recognising patterns on the faces of flowers.
More information will follow soon...
In the meantime, check out recent presentations of our research online:
spatial vision in dynamic light environments
(flower) pattern inspection and recognition
If you are interested in insect behaviour, their brain anatomy or physiology, and would like to find out how hawkmoths perceive patterns, what crazy things they can do with their proboscis, or how the shape of their visual neurons reflects their function, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Research projects in our lab can start from September 2022 onwards!