News and announcements
New publication in Glia
Great start to the new year: Together with the Grothe lab, we followed up on the role of axonal properties and myelin in the auditory brainstem for precise temporal processing and published a new study... mehr
Congratualtions to Miguel for obtaining his Master thesis! He worked on establishing "computational neuroethology" in our lab. He did a stellar job on establishing multiple methods for supervised and... mehr
New study on brainstem processing with Cochlear Implants
DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2022.1021541 We published our first paper from the SpaCIal Hearing project: In a collabroation with Prof. Dietz and Dr Hu from Oldenburg Uni, Michaela shows how electrical stimulation of... mehr
Annalenia gave a smashing presentation of her data she collected for her master thesis. Congratulations to your graduation, Leni! We are very sad to see you leave, but wish you all the best in the future! mehr
New paper on SIT with human subjects is now out
https://doi.org/10.3389/fnint.2022.892951 Our perception is based on active sensing, i.e., the relationship between self-motion and resulting changes to sensory inputs. Yet, traditional experimental paradigms... mehr
Congratulations Dr. Babsi!!!
Very happy to announce that Barbara has successfully defended her thesis. Babsi was the first student ever to join the pecka lab (as a Bachelor student). During her PhD, she was able to obtain new interesting... mehr
Congrats to Paula!
Paula finished her Master thesis. Congratualtions! We are very happy for you but also sad to see you leave the lab, as we really enjoyed working (and partying) with you... All the best on your future journey,... mehr
Dianas study now published in Current Biology
Our paper entitled "Source identity shapes spatial preference in primary auditory cortex during active navigation" is now avaiable online at Current Biology: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2021.06.025 Using our... mehr
delighted to announce that Dr Andrey Sobolev has joined the lab in April. he will work on establishing optogenetic manipulations in SIT mehr
Congratulations Dr. Amaro!!!
Diana defended successfully her PhD and is Dr. Amaro from now on! Well deserved and very well done, Diana! She already has taken a post-doc position, and while we are very sad to see her leave our lab, we wish... mehr