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Institute of Cognitive Science

Institute of Cognitive Science at Osnabrück University

Welcome to the website of the Institute of Cognitive Science at the Osnabrück University! Our research activities cover a wide range of cognitive science disciplines. Our study programs include international Bachelor and Master programs, which teach basics from the entire spectrum of cognitive science and emphasize interdisciplinary thinking and work.

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Cognitive Science Study Abroad Fair: Wed., June 12, 2024, 5-7 p.m.

The Cognitive Science Study Abroad Fair, an event for students of Cognitive Science (from the 2nd semester onwards) to inform themselves about the options for studying abroad, takes place Wednesday, June 12, from 5-7 p.m.

Location: EW Building, Seminarstraße 20, room 15/130

Please find further information here.

We are looking forward to your visit!

Research of Prof. Dr. Simone Pika on "Terra X" (ZDF)

The ZDF has visited the Ozouga research camp of Prof. Dr. Simone Pika at the Loango national park in Gabun and has talked to Dr. Tobias Deschner about fascinating primate behaviour observed by the research team. The documentary (in German) can be viewed via the webpage of the ZDF.

(Foto: (C) Simone Reukauf Fotografie)

For Prospective Students:

Bachelor Cognitive Science

This program is designed for you to explore the different fields within Cognitive Science, all while building a solid foundation in the core areas of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Modelling, Computational Linguistics, Neurobiology, Neuroinformatics, Neuroscience, Philosophy of Mind. 

Master Cognitive Science

This Master Program allows you to refine your knowledge in Cognitive Psychology, Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics and Computational Linguistics, Neuroinformatics and Robotics, Neuroscience, and Philosophy of Mind and Cognition. You will build on your research skills through lab rotations, a year-long study project, and your master's thesis.

Master Cognitive Computing

The Cognitive Computing Program specializes in studying computational models of cognitive abilities. This course addresses working professionals who will continue to work in parallel to their studies. Graduates of this program are able to use their acquired skills for the development of innovative intelligent systems and services. 

Cognitive Science Student Journal

The Cognitive Science Student Journal publishes student works from all disciplines of Cognitive Science. In the Kaleidoscience Podcast students get a chance to talk about their own ideas and projects.