CogNovo Research Fellows will have the opportunity of working with our extensive network of academic and private sector collaborators, many of whom will be hosting students during their secondments.
Mr. Bas Agterberg is curator at the Sound and Vision. He is responsible for organizing knowledge transfer of the audiovisual collection of Sound and Vision. Previously he was assistant Professor at Utrecht University and producer for feature films of Jos Stelling (more).
Dr Jean-Christophe Baillie is the Chief Science and Technology Officer of Aldebaran Robotics, former founder of Gostai and initial conceptor of the Urbi OS for robotics. He holds a PhD in Artificial Vision from Université Pierre & Marie Curie in collaboration with Sony CSL (more).
Dr. Thomas Burwick is an expert in modeling neural information processing with oscillatory networks. He studied Mathematics and Physics at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Following more than a decade of work in software industry, he became a research fellow at FIAS in 2010 (more).
Professor Clara Casco is part of the University of Padua's Faculty of Psychology and is director of the graduate program in Psychological Sciences. Trained in psychophysics, she has published widely on visual and audio perception, novelty, and the brain plasticity that is essential for creativity (more).
Neil Crabb is Executive Chairman of Frontier IP, which specialises in the commercialisation of the intellectual property developed by universities and research institutions. He co-founded the original parent company and has considerable experience as an investor and director of a wide range of technology and university spin-out companies (more).
Dr. Scott deLaHunta is Director of R-Research and a Senior Research Fellow at Coventry University. His research collaboration with Wayne McGregor began in 2000 when he was an Associate Research Fellow with Dartington College of Arts 2000-2009; he is currently on sabbatical until August 2014 (more).
Dr. Christoph Guger is co-founder of g.tec. He studied biomedical engineering at the University of Technology Graz and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. He received his PhD in 1999, for work designing an EEG-based brain-computer interface, from the University of Technology, Graz (more).
Dr. Christoph Hintermüller studied biomedical engineering at the University of Technology Graz. He know works at g.tec and his research interests are the development, optimization and evaluation of sensor systems and online bio-signal and image processing systems (more).
Dr Konstantinos Katsikopoulos (Decision theory and applications) is an expert on how laypeople and experts make, and should make, decisions with limited resources of time, information and computation. He is a senior research scientist and associate professor at ABC-MPIB (more).
Prof David Kavanagh is a world-leading expert in the development of internet-based solutions for psychological therapy. He collaborates on the theoretical and empirical basis for these solutions with Jackie Andrade and Jon May from the University of Plymouth (more).
Dr Roger F Malina is Distinguished Chair of Arts and Technology and Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Dallas Directeur de Recherche of the CNRS at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille, Aix Marseille University (more).
Mr. Mark-Paul Meyer is senior curator at the EYE Film Institute Netherlands. He has been working as curator in the archive (former Netherlands Filmmuseum) for more than twenty years and has been involved in steering conservation and restoration policies at the national and international level (more).
Dr. Mark Nowacki is the head and founder of LogicMills and an expert on how to implement innovative teaching techniques in educational settings (more).
Dr Elif Ozcan's research concerns mental processes (especially auditory and visual) that underlie users' overall or sensory product experiences and designers' decision making experience during conceptual designing of a product. She is a member of the Product Sound Design Group at TU Delft (more).
Prof. Friedemann Pulvermüller is Chair in the Neuroscience of Language and Pragmatics at the FU (Berlin) and head of the University’s Brain Language Laboratory. His research combines neuroimaging with TMS, patient groups, Computational Modelling and Brain Theory (more).
Emma Redding is Head of Dance Science and Acting Head of Taught Postgraduate Studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She teaches contemporary dance technique at Trinity Laban and lectures in physiology alongside her management and research work (more).
Dr Josephine Ross is an expert in the embodied development and experience of self-awareness. Her research pioneers new methods, taking a variety of different perspectives, including those of social, cognitive, comparative and cross-cultural psychology (more).
Cognitive psychologist Mark Runco is a leading creativity researcher whose empirical work focuses on idea generation and divergent thinking. To help people fulfill their capacity for creativity, he has devised a battery of tests that measures creative potential and performance (more).
Prof. Luc Steels's main research field is Artificial Intelligence, including vision, robotic behaviour, conceptual representations and language. He founded the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris and currently is also ICREA research professor at the Institute for Evolutionary Biology (more).
Dr. Geetika Tankha is professor and head at department of psychology, Manipal University Jaipur, India. Her major areas of research interest have been individual differences, human cognition, environmental and cross-cultural psychology. (more).
Assoc Prof Dian Tjondronegoro is an expert in mobile/Web HCI and multimedia analytics. He leads the Mobile Innovation Lab in Queensland University of Technology, while developing new technologies to support psychological interventions (more).
Prof. Jochen Triesch is the Johanna Quandt Research Professor for Theoretical Life Sciences at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS). He is an expert in computational neuroscience and cognitive science and has extensive experience in neural network modeling and studying attentional processing (more).
Prof. Raymond van Ee uses multisensory psychophysics, and neuroimaging (mainly fMRI and recently MEG, EEG and TMS), to investigate how the brain voluntarily controls conscious perception to retrieve the (3D) layout of our environment (more).
Matt Wade of Kin Design studied at Goldsmiths and the Bartlett UCL. On graduating Matt spent 3 years at Imagination, followed by 4 years at Moving Brands. In 2008, Matt founded Kin, a Research & Design Studio with Kevin Palmer. Kin's work has been published numerous times (more).
Prof István Winkler is a leading expert in the investigation of auditory memory and perceptual sound organization using electrophysiological methods. He is head of the Department of Experimental Psychology, Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (more).