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.

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BBDC 2024: The ninth edition starts!

The wait is over: The ninth “Bremen Big Data Challenge“ (BBDC) will launch on March 1st, 2024!


Talk Prof. Hung-yi Lee "Towards a Speech Version of ChatGPT"

On September 8 2023 we had a visitor from Taiwan, Prof. Hung-yi Lee, Associate professor at the National Taiwan University. Here is his webpage at https://speech.ee.ntu.edu.tw/~hylee/index.php  -- he is a rising star in Machine Learning. He visited the lab, gave a talk and is available for…


Biosignals meet Adaptive Systems

In a new paper by MMM-speaker Tanja Schultz and Prof. Alexander Maedche (KIT), published in SN Applied Sciences, the authors present a new perspective on Biosignal-Adaptive Systems (BAS) which automatically adapt to user needs by continuously interpreting their biosignals and by providing…


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Prize Award Ceremony BBDC 2023

We cordially invite you to the award ceremony of the Bremen Big Data Challenge 2023! The ceremony, including an exciting talk by Prof. Dr. Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo from the Paderborn University, takes place on the 26th of May 2023 from 2 - 4 PM.


New LabLinking Publication: “EEG Correlates of Distractions and Hesitations in Human–Robot Interaction: A LabLinking Pilot Study”

Congratulations to the team of Birte Richter, Felix Putze, Gabriel Ivucic, Mara Brandt, Christian Schütze, Rafael Reisenhofer, Britta Wrede, and Tanja Schultz for their new publication describing the MMM-supported LabLinking initiative entitled: “EEG Correlates of Distractions and Hesitations in…


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BBDC 2023: With a new structure into the competition

The wait is over: The eighth “Bremen Big Data Challenge“ (BBDC) will launch on March 1st, 2023!


YRMA Award for Hui Liu

Hui Liu was selected as a YERUN (Young European Research Universities Networks) Scholar 2022 and received a YRMA (YERUN Research Mobility Award) to support the research collaboration with Nova University, Lisbon.

Hui Liu is one of the two awardees at the University of Bremen who received this…


MindTalks 27.06.

June 27th, 2022, 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Room 2030, Cognium, Hochschulring 18

Machine Listening Prof. Dr. Haizhou Li

The excellence chair Prof. Dr. Haizhou Li will present a research program that aims to design, implement, and verify a biologically inspired auditory attention model for machine listening.…


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Prize Award Ceremony BBDC 2022

We cordially invite you to the award ceremony of the Bremen Big Data Challenge 2022! The ceremony, including an exciting talk by Prof. Dr. Thang Vu, takes place on the 13th of May 2022 from 2 - 4 PM.


Contact

Cognitive Systems Lab
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tanja Schultz

Enrique-Schmidt-Str. 5
DE-28359 Bremen

Phone: +49 (0) 421 218 64270
Email: tanja.schultzprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

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