Affiliates

Beyond our advisory board our affiliates are postdoc researchers or professors who are principal investigators in our research projects or frequent participants of our activities. They can suggest activities or get administrative and financial support for selected activities of their own. Beyond that, principal investigators of our research projects are administratively supported by our coordinators.

Professors

Univ.-Prof. Mark Coeckelbergh

Professor of Philosophy of Media and Technology

Department of Philosophy

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Ass.-Prof. Christoph Eisenegger († 2017)

Neuropsychopharmacology and Biopsychology Unit

Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods

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Univ.-Prof. Ludwig Huber

Professor for Comparative Cognition Research

Messerli Research Institute, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Medical University of Vienna & University of Vienna

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Univ.-Prof. Torsten Möller

Professor for Visualization and Data Analysis

Research Group Visualization and Data Analysis

Faculty of Computer Science

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Univ.-Prof. Matthew Ratcliffe

Professor for Theoretical Philosophy

Research Group for Phenomenological Psychopathology and Philosophy of Psychiatry

Department of Philosophy

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Univ.-Prof. Christoph Reuter

Professor for Systematic Musicology

Musicological Department

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Univ.-Prof. Otmar Scherzer

Professor for Computational Science - Mathematical Modeling and Applied Algorithms

Research Platform Computational Science Center

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ao.Univ.-Prof. Thomas Slunecko

Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods

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Ass.-Prof. Bernard Wallner

Wallner Lab (Comparative Anthropology)

Department of Behavioural Biology

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Postdocs

Dr. Shelley Buchinger

Research Group Entertainment Computing

Faculty of Computer Science

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Dr. Eva Gatarik

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Dr. Michael Kimmel

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Dr. Klaus-Peter Speidel

Laboratory for Cognitive Research in Art History (CReA)

Department of Art History

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