Center for Visual Cognition (CVC)

Center for Visual Cognition (CVC) is located at the Department of Psychology of the University of Copenhagen. The Center was founded in 1993. The research at CVC consists in experimental and theoretical studies in visual cognition. The experimental research is focused on visual attention, object recognition, formation and transformation of mental images, and perception of apparent movement. The theoretical work comprises a computational theory of selective attention in vision (Theory of Visual Attention, TVA) and a computational model of visual recognition (a Template-Matching Pandemonium, TMP).

The Center has been supported by major grants and has received a number of prizes including the Aristotle Prize in Psychology to Claus Bundesen in 2009, the Sapere Aude Prize (DFF-Young Elite Researcher Starting Grant) to Søren Kyllingsbæk in 2010 and to Thomas Habekost & Randi Starrfelt in 2012, and the Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize in Humanities and Social Science to Claus Bundesen in 2013. The Carlsberg Foundation made this short film about Claus Bundesen’s research when he recieved the prize.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Researchers

Name Title Phone E-mail
Anders Petersen Associate Professor +4535324884 E-mail
Maj-Brit Åström Research Assistant   E-mail
Martha Slot Thorvald Student   E-mail
Matthias Gondan Associate Professor +4535324843 E-mail
Signe Allerup Vangkilde Associate professor, Head of Studies +4535324885 E-mail
Steven Blurton Assistant Professor   E-mail
Søren Kyllingsbæk Professor +4535324861 E-mail
Thomas Habekost Professor +4535324860 E-mail

Contact

Signe VangkildeSigne Vangkilde
Associate Professor
E-mail
Tel. +45 35 32 48 85


Thomas HabekostThomas Habekost
Professor
E-mail
Tel. +45 35 32 48 60