PhD student at the biopsychology department of the Ruhr University Bochum. Focusing on pigeons’ consciousness and self-recognition. While doing behavioural experiments, she also explores challenging analyzing methods and the field of data science. That is also one of the reasons why she is interested in open-source technology (especially Python) which helps her to not get lost in the thorny paths and thick forests of scientific computing that are ruled by gruesome proprietary software beasts.


Dienstag, 08. Dez 2020 | 11:00 - 11:45 | Track 6

Tracking Pigeons with OpenCV and DeepLearning

In this talk, we want to show how to easily integrate existing Open Source technologies, such as Python, OpenCV, Seaborn and Jupyter in order to track the movement of pigeons in a labyrinth. >> Weiterlesen