Projects ... ... and
Our main projects in collaboration with other Universities include:
EU-funded project aiming to investigate how four species of bats
really use their sonar, and then imitate this accurately on a robotic
base. This project is in collaboration with
Experimental Ecology at Ulm University, Germany;
the Active Perception lab at Antwerp University, Belgium;
the Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour at Edinburgh University, UK;
as well as the engineers in MMMI here at SDU.
- BIOSONARS in AIR and WATER
a project funded by the Danish Natural Research Science Council (FNU) to compare the the ways in which bats and toothed whales use their sonar, in collaboration with Magnus Wahlberg, Fjord & Baelt centre, Kerteminde, Denmark and Peter Madsen,
Zoophysiology at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
- AUDITORY SCENE ANALYSIS IN BATS
an ongoing collaboration with Cindy Moss, University of Maryland, USA to investigate how bats perceive their auditory world through active adaptive control of their sonar behavior.
Network of European
research school aiming to promote international-standard research in Sense
organs, Nerve systems, Behaviour, and Communication within Denmark.
We are currently working most closely with the following people :
- John Hallam,
Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute, SDU.
- Cindy Moss,
Auditory Neuroethology Lab, University of Maryland, USA.
- Peter Madsen,
Zoophysiology, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
- Magnus Wahlberg,
Fjord & Bælt Centre, Kerteminde, Denmark.
Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour, University of Edinburgh, UK.
Herbert Peremans ,
Active Perception Lab, University of Antwerp, Belgium.
- Brock Fenton,
Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, Canada.
- Lutz Wiegrebe,
Department of Neurobiology,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany.
- David Jacobs,
Department of Zoology, University of Cape Town, South Africa.