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Active Sensing

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Featured Lectures

Unifed framwork for perception of stimulus intensity and perception of stimulus duration in human and rats
Grid cells and cortical maps for space
Developing the sensorimotor system in our sleep
Where and how in the cerebral cortex do single neurones process more than one sensory modality
Embodied organization of the unique motor control of the octopus’s flexible and ‘strange body'
Cerebellar contributions to instrumental learning

Suggested Readings

Advances in Biomimetics
Anne George
Edited by Anne George, ISBN 978-953-307-191-6, 532 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published April 26, 2011 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/574

Genre: Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering & Technology
Readers: graduate students, scientists
The book contain articles that cover a wide spectrum of subject matter such as different aspects of the development of scaffolds and coatings with enhanced performance and bioactivity, including investigations of material surface-cell interactions.

Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: Second International Conference,

Living Machines 2013

London, UK, July 29 -- August 2, 2013, Proceedings
edited by Nathan F. Lepora, Anna Mura, Holger G. Krapp, Paul F.M.J. Verschure , Tony J. Prescott
2013, Springer
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the second International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems, Living Machines 2013, held in London, UK, in July/August 2013

Readers: Undergraduate and graduate students studying bioengineering, and researchers, engineers, chemists, biologists, physicists, material scientists and physicians.

Biomimetic Neural Learning for Intelligent Robots
Stefan Wermter, Günther Palm, Mark Elshaw

July 2005, Springer, Heidelberg
ISBN: 3-540-27440-5, £40, 388 pp. Softcover

This book presents research performed as part of the EU project on biomimetic multimodal learning in a mirror neuron-based robot (MirrorBot) and contributions presented at the International AI-Workshop in NeuroBotics. This type of robots is driven by recent new theories and experiments in neuroscience indicating that a biological and neuroscience-oriented approach could lead to new life-like robotic systems.