Sensorimotorisches Kolloquium WS 2022’23

Donnerstags um 17.15 Uhr; das Kolloquium wird teilweise am Campus D, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60, Raum L302 oder per Zoom stattfinden (https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/94253017197 Meeting-ID: 942 5301 7197 Kenncode: 033542)

Datum Vortragende/ r Titel
Oct 20, 22 Reza Abdollahipour (Palacký University Olomouc, Faculty of Physical Culture, CZ) - S6 Conceptual framework of attentional focus instructions for motor learning
Nov 03, 22 Michail Ntikas (University of Aberdeen, Psychology) - Zoom Repetitive heading acutely affects attention and impairs learning in healthy young football players
Nov 10, 22 Eric Grießbach (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institut für Sportwissenschaft, Bewegungs- und Sportpsychologie) - S6 Motor-cognitive interactions in decisions during movement
Nov 17, 22 Quentin Le Boterff (French Institute of Health and Medical Research Inserm · Psychiatry and Neurosciences Research Center, Université Paris Cité) - L302, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60 Tablet-based manual dexterity measures for the identification of first episode psychosis
Nov 24, 22 Antti Löppönen (KU Leuven & University of Jyväskylä, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Finland) - L302, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60 Wearable accelerometry-based technology to assess functional activities in older populations: from the laboratory to the free-living environment
Dec 01, 22 Stephan Dahm (University of Innsbruck, Div. of General Psychology, Dep. of Psychology, Fac. of Psychology and Sports Sciences) - L302, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60 Motor learning using action imagery practice
Jan 12, 23 Aaron Yurkewich (Imperial College London, Human robotics) - L302, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60 Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology: User-centred design, control and clinical integration of exoskeleton and electrical stimulation systems.
Jan 19, 23 Emma Gowen (University of Manchester, Division of Human Communication, Development & Hearing) - L302, Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60 Motor coordination difficulties in autistic adults: Exploring characteristics, impact and role in diagnosis
Feb 09, 23 Kodi Cheng (University of Alberta, Bionic limbs for improved natural control (BLINC), Centre for Neural Interfaces and Rehabilitation Neuroscience (CNIRN), Canada) - Zoom Assessing visuomotor behaviours to uncover the challenges of using upper limb prostheses

Kolloquiumsprogramm WS21/ 22

Datum Vortragender Titel
28.10.2021 Prof. Dr. Cristina Piazza (Neuroprosthetics and Human-Centered Robotics Lab, Healthcare and Rehabilitation Robotics, TU München) "New Perspectives in the Design and Control of Bionic Limb"
04.11.2021 PD Dr. Leif Johannsen (Institut für Psychologie, RWTH Aachen University) "Assessing the influence of cognitive response conflict on postural control – An event-related approach using response-aligned force-plate times series data" "Assessing the influence of cognitive response conflict on postural control – An event-related approach using response-aligned force-plate times series data"
20.01.2022 Prof. Dr. Maura Casadio (Neurolab: Neuro-Engineering & Neuro-robotics, Department of Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering, University of Genoa) "Computer vision for understanding human movements in daily living and clinical settings"
03.02.2022 Prof. Dr. André Lee (Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians’ Medicine) "Musicians’ Dystonia: etiology, new insights into pathophysiology and treatment"

Kolloquiumsprogramm WS 20/ 21

Datum Vortragender Titel
12.11.2020 Tom Arthur (Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter, UK) Autism and Prediction: a Sensorimotor Perspective
26.11.2020 Eva-Maria Reuter (Neuromuskuläre Diagnostik, Fak. für Sport- und Gesundheitswissenschaften, TUM) Adapt to stay on top - Sensorimotor adaptation in healthy older age
17.12.2020 Barbara Sattler (Beratungs- und Informationsstelle für Linkshänder und umgeschulte Linkshänder e.V., München), Christian Marquardt (Science & Motion GmbH, München/ Flörsheim ), Laura Stetter (TU München) Handwriting with the left hand: Kinematics and observations from a training to write with the left hand in adult converted left-handers
14.01.2021 Magdalena Ietswaart (Psychology, University of Stirling, UK) How heading the ball affects corticomotor inhibition and evoked a global debate about the safety of football
21.01.2021 Andreas Rothgangel (Research Center for Nutrition, Lifestyle and Exercise, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Heerlen, NL) Patient Centered Telerehabilitation (PACT): Using traditional and digital mirror therapy to treat phantom limb pain following amputation
28.01.2021 Fabian Just (Volkswagen AG, vormals: Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems, ETH Zurich) Fusing Conventional and Robotic Rehabilitation Therapy
04.02.2021 Anke Karabanov (Integrative Physiology, Department of nutrition, exercise and sports, University of Copenhagen, DK) Cortical Networks Related to Fine Motor Skills

Kolloquiumsprogramm WS19/ 20:
Datum Vortragender Titel
24.10.19 Dr. Simon Steib (Lehrstuhl für Bewegungswissenschaft, TUM) Motor control and health - optimizing learning in motor rehabilitation
21.11.19 Dr. Alexander Tallner (Department Sportwissenschaft und Sport, Lehrstuhl für Sportwissenschaft, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) „fitness tracker”: yet another consumer trend or valid tool for assessment of physical activity and health status in health care?
09.12.19 Achtung! Montag Hervé Michel (Directeur de MADoPA, Centre expert et living lab en technologies et services pour la santé et l'autonomie des personnes âgées, Paris) tba
09.01.20 Prof. Dr. med. Stephan Bohlhalter (Klinik für Neurologie und Neurorehabilitation, Luzern) Modulation of hand gestures by theta burst stimulation: significance for the treatment of apraxia?
16.01.20 Dr. Simon Jacob (Translational NeuroCognition Laboratory, Department of Neurosurgery, TUM) The stuff of thought: investigating the cellular mechanisms of human cognition by linking neurotechnology and neuromedicine
23.01.20 Dr. med. Jost-Julian Rumpf (Klinik und Poliklinik für Neurologie, Universitätsklinikum Leipzig) Modulating motor memory consolidation processes using non-invasive brain stimulation