Prof. Kirk Visscher (University of California, Riverside) will give a talk on monday! House hunting by committee in honey bee swarms: The blind intelligence of distributed decision-making A swarm of honey bees must locate a new nest cavity rapidly, but… Continue Reading
Get a drink and a bowl of popcorn. As of now you can watch our bees live! We are launching a new website featuring a live preview of our honeybee colony full of individually marked bees. Check back regularly, we… Continue Reading
We are happy to announce that our guest Prof. Barbara Webb (University of Edinburgh, UK) will be giving a talk in the frame of our Institute of Computer Science’s Colloquium. Quick intro: Barbara builds models of biological systems, often focussing… Continue Reading
We have successfully applied to The North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN) for computing and storage resources. The HLRN grants more than half a million computing points (NPL) worth over a 100.000 €! We are very happy and look forward to using the… Continue Reading
On Wednesday, March 19, Tim will give a talk on complex animal group behavior. Most projects of the Biorobotics Lab will be covered too! Check out the website of the organizer of the event: >> Biomimicry Germany The event will take place… Continue Reading
In a new collaboration with neuroethologists in Bonn we are employing our RoboFish system to investigate electro-communication in weakly electric fishes.
On Thursday, February 6th, Martin was speaking on RBB’s Kulturradio about the NeuroRover and NeuroRobotics in general. Tune in: Kulturradio Website Listen to MP3
Today, Martin Worm gives a talk on weakly electric fish. Be there!
Thanks to Benjamin and the IT Service the website of our new project “Beesbook” is up and running.