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Prof. Dr. Gerhard von der Emde

Institute of Zoology

Neuroethology - Sensory Ecology

Poppelsdorfer Schloss

Meckenheimer Allee 169
53115 Bonn Germany

Phone: +49 (0)228-73-5555

Fax: +49 (0)228-73-5556
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Sprechstunde/Office hours:

Dienstags/Tuesday 10:15 - 11:000 Uhr

Raum 2.030; Poppelsdorfer Schloss

 
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PhD-Position "electro-communicating fish robots"

 

We are currently looking for an outstanding candidate to enter a PhD position on electric fish communication utilizing fish robots. This project is carried out in close cooperation with the Biorobotics Lab of Prof. Dr. Tim Landgraf at the Free University Berlin.

 
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F1000Prime recommends article by Gottwald et. al. (2018) as being of special significance in its field

 

Current Biology article 'Electric-Color Sensing in Weakly Electric Fish suggests Color Perception as a Sensory Concept beyond Vision'  has been recommended in F1000Prime as being of special significance in its field by F1000 Faculty Member Nathaniel Sawtell.

F1000Prime provides a peer-nominated 'Faculty' of the world's leading scientists and clinicians who select and rate the best articles they read and explain their importance. This recognition is granted only to the top 2% of all published articles in the fields of Biology and Medicine. Congratulations to first author Martin Gottwald, Co-Authors Neha Singh, André N. Haubrich, Sophia Regett and senior author Gerhard von der Emde.

 

To read Dr. Sawtell's recommendation log in at:   https://f1000.com/prime/home

To access the actual article go to:  https://www.cell.com/currentbiology/pdfExtended/S0960-9822(18)31261-2

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Bionics: Electric view in murky waters

Researchers at University of Bonn develop a camera modeled on the African Elephantnose fish

Press release of the University of Bonn.    https://www.uni-bonn.de/news/085-2019

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Bionik: Elektro-Durchblick in trüben Gewässern Forscher der Universität Bonn entwickeln eine Kamera nach dem Vorbild des afrikanischen Elefantenrüsselfischs

Pressemitteilung der Universität Bonn über unsere Forschungen zur "Elektrischen Kamera":        https://www.uni-bonn.de/neues/085-2019

 

 

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