The department has ongoing interdisciplinary collaborations with a number of researchers and maintains an active research visitors program.

Collaborations

Ad Aertsen, neurobiology, University of Freiburg (instabilities in cognition)
Guido Bacciagaluppi, philosophy, University of Aberdeen (ontic and epistemic desriptions)
Michael Bach, opthalmology, University of Freiburg (instabilities in cognition)
Robert Bishop, philosophy, Wheaton College (emergence, determinism)
Thomas Filk, physics, University of Freiburg (generalized quantum theory)
Gerd Folkers, chemistry, Collegium Helveticum Zürich (acategoriality)
Tilmann Gneiting, statistics, University of Heidelberg (probability theory)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Berlin (symbolic dynamics)
Jens Harbecke, philosophy, University of Witten-Herdecke (contextual emergence)
Scott Jordan, psychology, Illinois State University at Normal (contextual emergence)
Jack Martin, psychology, Simon Fraser University (process and personhood)
Albrecht von Müller, philosophy, Parmenides Foundation Munich (acategoriality)
Guy van Orden, psychology, University of Cincinnati (generalized quantum theory)
Robert O'Shea, psychology, Southern Cross University (instabilities in cognition)
Hans Primas, physics, ETH Zürich (ontic and epistemic descriptions)
Frank Richardson, psychology, University of Texas at Austin (free will, methodology)
Urte Roeber, psychology, University of Leipzig (instabilities in cognition)
Hartmann Römer, physics, University of Freiburg (generalized quantum theory)
Stefan Rotter, neurobiology, University of Freiburg (brain dynamics)
Herbert Scheingraber, physics, MPl for Extraterrestrial Physics Garching (complexity)

 

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Research Visits

Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Berlin, Germany (February 2011)
Jeffrey Kripal, religious studies, Rice University, Houston, USA (January 2011)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Berlin, Germany (September 2010)
Jens Harbecke, philosophy, University of Witten-Herdecke, Germany (July 2010)
Sebastian Wallot, psychology, University of Cincinnati, USA (April 2010)
Guy van Orden, psychology, University of Cincinnati, USA (February 2010)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Berlin, Germany (July 2009)
Michael Silberstein, philosophy, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, USA (May 2009)
Christopher Fuchs, physics, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Canada (July 2008)
Tillmann Gneiting, statistics, University of Washington, Seattle, USA (July 2008)
Scott Jordan, psychology, Illinois State University, Normal, USA (July 2008)
Robert Bishop, physics, Wheaton College, USA (May 2008)
Gabi Schneider, mathematics, University of Frankfurt, Germany (May 2008)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Reading, UK (January 2008)
Adam Barrett, physics, University of Edinburg, UK (January 2008)
Niko Kohls, psychology, University of Munich, Germnay (November 2007)
David Anderson, psychology, Illinois State University, Normal, USA (October 2007)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Reading, UK (September 2007)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Potsdam, Germany (September 2006)
Henry Stapp, physics, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories, Berkeley, USA (July 2006)
Basil Hiley, physics, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK (November 2005)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Potsdam, Germany (October 2005)
Avshalom Elitzur, physics, Bar-Ilan University Ramat-Gan, Israel (June 2005)
Matthew Donald, physics, University of Cambridge, UK (October 2004)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Potsdam, Germany (July 2004)
Avshalom Elitzur, physics, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel (June 2004)
York Dobyns, physics, Princeton University, Princeton, USA (November 2003)
Peter beim Graben, linguistics, University of Potsdam, Germany (October 2003)
Walter Freeman, Neurobiology, University of California at Berkeley, USA (June 2003)
Karl Gustafson, mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA (May 2003)
Metod Saniga, physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic (April 2003)
York Dobyns, physics, Princeton University, Princeton, USA (February 2003)
Jack Martin, psychology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada (October 2002)
Baidyanath Misra, physics, International Solvay Institutes, Brussels (July 2002)
Tilmann Gneiting, statistics, University of Washington at Seattle, USA (April 2002)
Frank Richardson, psychology, University of Texas at Austin (March/April 2002)
Reinhard Olivier, mathematics, University of Bonn (November 2001)
Frank Richardson, psychology, University of Texas at Austin (June 2001)
Michael Silberstein, philosophy, Elizabethtown College (May 2001)
Francisco Bosco, physics, International Solvay Institutes, Brussels (February 2001)
Tracy Lupher, philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (November 2000)
Frank Richardson, psychology, University of Texas at Austin (August 2000)
Robert Jahn, engineering, Princeton University, Princeton (June 2000)
Fred Kronz, philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (June 2000)
Francisco Bosco, physics, International Solvay Institutes, Brussels (March 2000)
Johannes Stüttgen, arts, Düsseldorf (September 1999)
Robert Bishop, philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (July/August 1999)
Fred Kronz, philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (May 1999)
Robert Gütig, psychology, University of Heidelberg (March 1999)
Jessica Utts, statistics, University of California Davis (March 1999)
Robert Bishop, philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (January 1999)

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