As an interdisciplinary and international research unit we are interested in:

a. Perceptual and cognitive systems of different scale, format and content;
b. Formal and axiomatic representation and modeling of different cognitive systems.

We work on visuo-spatial perception and cognition ranging from small-scale environments (in the scope of visual field) to large-scale navigable environments.
Further, we are interested in languages (natural and formal) and the way they represent cognitive processes, structures, and meaning.
Finally, we are also interested in exploring cognitive systems both in single-agent situations and in situations of distributed and extended cognitive systems where not only additional individuals but also technological tools are involved as complementary parts of cognitive processing.

We use a wide range of empirical (experimental and correlative) and mathematical methods to explore perceptual and cognitive processes in both foundational and applied frameworks.