Welcome to the BioMotionLab! Directed by Dr. Niko Troje we are a research lab located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
Our work is focused on questions involving the processing of sensory information, perception, cognition and communication. Enjoy this web site and find out much more about us and our work.
Author Archives: Niko Troje
Niko Troje received a Humboldt Research Award. According to the website of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation “The award is granted in recognition of a researcher’s entire achievements to date to academics whose fundamental discoveries, new theories, or insights have … Continue reading
The BiomotionLab is now part of an International Graduate School which involves 12 Canadian researchers, 12 German researchers, and – most importantly – doctoral students from all contributing laboratories. Researchers and students in Canada come from York, Western, and Queen’s. … Continue reading
It is VSS time again! This year I came here with two graduate students and two posters. Seamas Weech and Sophie Kenny both present studies relating to some recent discussions of the “facing-the-viewer bias” that we observe in biological motion … Continue reading