Dr. Harald TeufelResearch Technician
Group Cybernetics Approach to Perception and Action
Group Motion Perception and Simulation
In the psychophysical experiments are performed using a state of the art motion simulator. As a member of the group my scope is to develop control algorithms for the MPS and to integrate control and measurement devices into the hard- and software framework depending on the scientific question.
Areas of Interest: control theory, perception of vestibular and visual cues and how a better understanding of the underlying processes may be used to improve simulation technology.
Working as a Research Technician at the Max PIanck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in the Human Perception, Cognition and Action department
University of Tübingen/ MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen. Scienfic employee working on color vision
University of Tübingen: funded by the program "Junge Innovatoren" - Existenzgründungen aus Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen
MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen: dissertation: Psychophysical investigation of chromatic induction
MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen: diploma thesis. Diploma in physics 05/1997
University of Tübingen: study of physics
University of Tübingen: study of physics. Intermediate certificate (Vordiplom) in 09/1992. Scientific expedition to volcano Hudson in Patagonia/Chile (02/1992 03/1992)
University of Augsburg: study of economical mathematics
University of Tübingen: study of French and Spanish
grammar-school Geschwister-Scholl-Schule, Tübingen. Certificate of overall maturity for higher education
2001 Dr. Friedrich-Förster-Preis 2001 for the dissertation "Psychophysical investigation of chromatic induction"