Navigatielab Leiden collaborates with Dr. van der Hiele and the 'Nationaal MS Fonds' to investigate navigation impairments among people with MS.
Ineke van der Ham gives a radio interview at Radio 1.
Milan van der Kuil is wins the HMPs PhD student award for his publication in Frontiers in Psychology.
On the 23rd of January, Ineke van der Ham will speak at the next meet up of Maptime University, an interactive meeting for cartography enthusiasts of all skill levels.
Ineke was invited as a guest to discuss her findings on navigation behavior and age, and to announce this year's weekend of science on current affairs tv show Tijd voor Max.
October 4-7 2018, the Nationale Spoorwegen organized its annual stationslab, with interactive science at Utrecht Central Station. This year's theme is navigation at the trainstation. Ineke van der Ham opened this event and joined a podcast on wayfinding behavior at trainstations.
Ineke van der Ham gave a lecture at the Nacht van de Ontdekkingen in Leiden. This year’s theme was ‘Time’ and Ineke discussed the work of the Navigation Lab Leiden and how time and space play a role in navigation.
The knowledge cafe in De Balie in Amsterdam has navigation as its topic. Ineke van der Ham was main guest, and discussed navigation ability together with experts on cartography, animal navigation and navigation technology. A video of the interactive event can be accessed through the link below.
Miranda Smit, Ineke van der Ham and colleagues have published a paper in Experimental Brain Research, entitled: Body ownership and the absence of touch: Approaching the rubber hand in- and outside peri-hand space.