Simone Pika

Simone Pika has spent over a decade studying the diversity of animals' communicative systems and underlying cognitive mechanisms in captive and natural settings with a special focus on primates and corvids. Recently, she extended this research avenue to include artifical intelligence, multi-modal communication, phenomena of convergent evolution and turn-taking.

Dorothee Möllmann

Dorothee Möllmann works since August 2019 as personal assistant to Simone Pika in the Comparative BioCognition Group.

contact: Phone: +49 (0) 541 969-3133
e-mail: office-cbc@uos.de
office hours: Tuesday/Thursday: 09:00 - 16:00 o'clock;
                     Friday: by appointment

 

 

Silvia La Gala

Silvia La Gala started her PhD in 2019 in the Comparative BioCognition Group. She has several years of field experience with different taxa and studies the development of turn-taking skills and the impact of social factors in wild bonobos living in the Kokolopori Bonobo Reserve, DRC.