Oliver Lomp

Institut für Neuroinformatik
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Universitätsstraße 150
Building NB, Room
D-44801 Bochum
Theory of Cognitive Systems


I mainly focus on integrating perception and object recognition into dynamic field theory.

If you are a student from one of my exercise classes looking for help, you can always contact me via email or come by personally. I don't have fixed office hours ("Sprechstunde"). Instead, just send me an email for an appointment; these can usually be made on the next, maybe even the same day. If you really need help and can't wait, you can also come by unannounced, but I may be in a meeting or otherwise occupied.

I'm also more frequently found in the robotics lab (NB 02/77) than in my actual office.

Lomp, O., Faubel, C., & Schöner, G.. (2017). A Neural-Dynamic Architecture for Concurrent Estimation of Object Pose and Identity. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 11(April), 23. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnbot.2017.00023
Lomp, O., Richter, M., Zibner, S. K. U., & Schöner, G.. (2016). Developing Dynamic Field Theory Architectures for Embodied Cognitive Systems with cedar. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 10(November), 14. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnbot.2016.00014
Lomp, O., Terzić, K., Faubel, C., du Buf, J. M. H., & Schöner, G.. (2014). Instance-based Object Recognition with Simultaneous Pose Estimation Using Keypoint Maps and Neural Dynamics. In S. Wermter, Weber, C., Duch, W., Honkela, T., Koprinkova-Hristova, P. D., , S. M., et al. (Eds.), ICANN 2014 (Vol. 8681, pp. 451–458). Hamburg.
Lomp, O., Zibner, S. K. U., Richter, M., Ranó, I., & Schöner, G.. (2013). A software framework for cognition, embodiment, dynamics, and autonomy in robotics: cedar. In Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning–ICANN 2013 (pp. 475–482). Springer.
Summer Term 2016
Lab coursesAutonomous Robotics