Sophie Wuerger and Georg Meyer Sophie Wuerger, Georg Meyer

Center for Cognitive Neuroscience School of Psychology, Liverpool UK

J. Kevin O'Regan J. Kevin O'Regan

Directeur de Recherche I , Centre National de Recherche Scientifique

Edward H. Adelson Edward H. Adelson

Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Artificial Intelligence Lab Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge US

Edward H. Adelson Ruth Rosenholtz

Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Artificial Intelligence Lab Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge US

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The Generation Research Program (GRP) is supported by funds from the regional High-Tech Offensive (HTO) of Bavaria for interdisciplinary generation research, focussing on the Generation Plus. Generation Plus represents an entirely new multiplicity of generations, whose interactions form our society. This term characterises a lifespan which is also new, a period of advanced age which is both active and vigorous. This stage of life is experienced by individuals who possess a great deal of experience, who are self confident and who have high expectations, whose vigor does not coincide with their chronological age, who have remained mentally young. The GRP in the Forum of Generations in Bad Tölz is concerned with research objects from fundamental research which concern all ages, the application of knowledge from the field of medicine, and the conception of innovative technologies.

IMP Logo Prof. Dr. Ernst Pöppel

Systems Neuroscience

Logo University of Ulm Prof. Dr. Günther Palm

University Ulm
Informatics faculty

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gert Hauske Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gert Hauske

Communications engineering
TU München

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Alessandro Saffiotti Alessandro Saffiotti

Head of the Mobile Robotics laboratory at the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS) of Örebro University, Sweden.

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