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Thursday, 31. March 2016

DK Retreat at Rauris, 17.-20.09.2014

This year's PhD retreat has a special focus: we have to prepare for the FWF hearing of the DK grant, which will be on September 22nd, including test runs for the presentations and talks from supervisors and DK students. Here you...

Monday, 3. March 2014

Robert Seyfarth, Dorothy Cheney and Colin Allen

Don't miss this special event on March, 13th 2014: we proudly present two outstanding researchers from the University of Pensylvannia: Dorothy Cheney and Robert Seyfarth. For the first time together with Colin Allen from Indiana...

Friday, 14. February 2014

New Semester program 2014

As usual the CogBio Seminar will take place every Monday from 13:00 to 14:30 at the Seminar Room 3 at UZA I. The Program for this Semester SS 2014 you can see here.

Friday, 13. December 2013

Season's greetings!

The Department of Cognitive Biology including all DK students and staff is wishing all friends and collaborateurs a Merry Christmas & and a Happy New Year!

Friday, 29. November 2013

Mark Bee at Vienna

Dr. Mark Bee has had a long interest in the function and mechanisms of auditory perception and cognition in the context of animal communication. We are glad to present him within the DK program. For more information see the...

Friday, 8. November 2013

Presentation of the DK-Field Trip to French Guiana 2013

In cooperation with the Institut francais d'Autriche we proudly present the outcome of the field trip on behavioural ecology, animal cognition and diversity of neotropical amphibians on Monday, November 11th at the Palais Clam...

Thursday, 7. November 2013

WS 2013/2014 is now available

You can find CogBio programm here, as usual the seminar takes place on Monday, 13:00 at Seminar Room 3 at UZA I. See you there!

Monday, 14. October 2013

MATLAB course in October

We offer a MATLAB course on 24-25th of October, 9-17 at the CogBio Seminar room. Only with registration!

Friday, 11. October 2013

Retreat 2013 Ottenstein

Published work is the main vehicle for sharing your research and building a personal reputation within a scientific community. The ability to write clearly and concisely is essential for successful scientific output. Furthermore,...

Saturday, 5. October 2013

CogBio Season starts with Alan Kamil

Alan C. Kamil is an American experimental psychologist. He is Professor of Biological Sciences and Psychology at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Kamil's work focusses on the evolution of memory and adaptive specializations...

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