Thomas Buhrmann

About Thomas Buhrmann

My main research interest concerns the widespread assumption that skilled motor coordination is the result of homuncular computational control of the body by the brain. My work explores the extent to which a particular embodiment allows for motor coordination to arise without the need for detailed internal models.

PostDoc and Doctoral Scholarships

Postdoc and Doctoral Scholarships at the Leo Apostel Center for Interdisciplinary Studies.

The annual call for applications for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship or a Doctoral Scholarship at the Leo Apostel Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies (Brussels Free University, Belgium) has been released. It offers a broad range of research fields including constructivism. More information can be found on

Application deadline is 7 January 2012.