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Sound and Behaviour

The Sound Communication and Behavior Group studies vocal communication at the interface of behavioural neuroscience, biomechanics, robotics and physiology.

We use an integrative, high-tech experimental approach including laboratory, modeling, robotics and field studies in a comparative setting across a wide range of animals, including song- and seabirds, frogs, mice, bats and marine mammals. We have a strong emphasis on and excellence in physics, computation, signal analysis and method development and innovation.

Last Updated 03.11.2020