Cognitive Systems Lab

Welcome to the Cognitive Systems Lab

At the Cognitive Systems Lab (CSL, Prof. Tanja Schultz) we focus on human-centered technologies and applications based on biosignals, such as capturing, recognizing, and interpreting speech, muscle, and brain activity. 

In the area of speech processing we perform research on algorithms and tools to rapidly adapt speech and language processing systems to new domains and languages. 

Furthermore we investigate the interpretation of biosignals for the purpose of intuitive and efficient human-machine interfaces. Currently we develop a variety of interfaces and applications based on electromyographic, electroencephalic and biomechanic signals.

Multiple PhD student positions available in Machine Learning, Biosignal Processing, and Language Processing!

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Bremen Big Data Challenge (BBDC) in the bulletin of the Deutschen Arbeitsgemeinschaft Statistik

The Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Statistik (DAGStat) published a report about the Bremen Big Data Challenge (BBDC) in its current bulletin issue (No. 19). The BBDC is a yearly stundent challenge in the field of big data and machine learning organized by CSL. The text is published here:... more »
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Two early stage researcher positions (PhD students) in Machine Learning and Biosignal Processing

We are looking for two new early stage researchers to join our lab! (engl.)

We are looking for two early stage researchers (fully funded for 4 years) in the area of Machine Learning and Biosignal Processing within the framework of the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) EASE funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The candidate will become a member of the graduate program of the CRC at the Universität Bremen... more »
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Teaching in Winter Semester 2016/17

Lecture: Automatische Spracherkennung Bachelor Project: BBB | Biosignal-basierter Butler more »
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Participants Wanted!

We are looking for participants in an EEG study.

For more information please contact Dr. Felix Putze more »
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