Welcome to the Busch-Lab!
Welcome to the Busch-Lab!

You can find all the information about us and our work above.

AE Busch

March 2024
The team of the Busch Lab met for a retreat at the country house Rothenberge in the end of March.
The main focus of the retreat was our research, brainstorming on different topics, lively discussions and some team building activities.
Thank you to everyone for the great stay at the country house Rothenberge.

Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Niko Busch, who received a grant from DFG for his project “The role of typicality in visual scene recognition: A comparison between neural networks and human memories”.
The project investigates human perception and memory of complex visual scenes and how these processes are influenced by the characteristics of the  image.

February 2024
Welcome Aron Rupperath, Simon Steibel, Milena Carolin Koch und Mathilde Pöppelmann, our new research assistants!

June 2023
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Niko Busch and Elena Cesnaite who together with Dr. Ramune Griksiene from the University of Vilnius received the Baltic-German University Liaison Office grant for the collaboration project "Rhythms in the human body: the search for relationships between brain oscillations and fluctuations of sex hormones"! The project of the Baltic-German University Liaison Office is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic Germany.

May 2023
Fascinated by neuroscience research? Apply for an internship with us! We are currently searching for students interested in interning with us this summer. Find all further information here.

February 2023
Welcome Seray-Ezgi Öztekin and Tabea Hildebrand, our new research assistants!

December 2022
You can now find a preprint for the EEGManyPipelines-project here.
Elio, René and Niko published a new  preprint!

October 2022
Paul Smith started his PhD in our lab!

June 2022
Burcu Bölükbas will be interning with us for the next three months - welcome!

April 2022
We are very excited to welcome our new Postdocs Anna-Lena Biel and Elena Cesnaite!