In this section are listed news about important publications, research projects and events.
For 16 days, the IfADo shines in orange. This year, IfADo is once again taking part in UN Women's "Orange the World" campaign. The aim is to draw attention to the high number of cases of violence against women. The project in Dortmund was initiated by the two …
Erhan Genç, head of the "Neuroimaging and Interindividual Differences" working group at IfADo, has been a university professor at TU Dortmund University since the end of August. He received his teaching license at the Faculty of Education, Psychology and …
Prof. Dr. Michael Nitsche, Head of the Department Psychology & Neurosciences, is one of the most frequently cited scientists worldwide in his field. The neuroscientist is thus once again on the annual „Highly Cited Researchers“ list of the US company …
Humans have an individual internal clock that tells them when they need sleep or when they are particularly productive. This individual sleep-wake rhythm describes the so-called chronotype. How the chronotype is reflected in brain activity and possibly related …
Study on urinary bladder cancer as a result of spinal cord injury awarded the Herbert Lauterbach Prize
A study investigating urinary bladder cancer as a late consequence of spinal injuries has been awarded the Herbert Lauterbach Prize by the BG Hospitals. The research group of lead author Ralf Böthig, Medical Director of Neuro-Urology at the BG Hospital …
The Leibniz Research Center for Work Environment and Human Factors (IfADo) continues to set a good example in terms of promoting equal opportunities and diversity. For this, the institute receives the TOTAL E-QUALITY award for the fifth time in a row.
At our first Science Slam at Projektor Dortmund, four IfADo scientists presented their research. Laura-Isabelle Klatt started off by telling the audience about the bouncer in the brain that decides whether what we hear is actually processed. Hannah Schade …
The IfADo researchers completed a focus group survey to find out what concerns are among workers when collaborating with a mobile robot colleague.
The IfADo summer party was a complete success. In bright sunshine, numerous employees gathered on the lawn.