SAVE THE DATE!
The 3rd Workshop on
"Cognitive neuroscience of auditory and cross-modal perception"
29 - 31 May 2017
· This workshop will include research talks (and introductory lectures) on a range of topics related to the neural processes of auditory, visual and cross-modal perception.
· The main focus of this year's workshop will be on adaptation, learning and training in hearing, vision and other perceptual and cognitive brain functions.
· The talks will illustrate the multidisciplinary character of cognitive neuroscience research, covering behavioral, neuroimaging, and modeling approaches, as well as applications of the research in auditory prosthetic devices.
· The workshop targets early-stage and advanced students and young researchers. It will provide ample opportunities for direct interactions between the lecturers and the attendees.
The workshop will follow-up on previous two workshops organized in 2014 and 2015.
1/2-day sessions, including invited talks, contributed talks, and posters, focusing on the topics of Adaptation, Learning and training, Auditory and cross-modal perception (general), and Vision and other topics in computational and cognitive neuroscience. Non-scientific program (outings to tourist destinations near Kosice) will take place on the day before and day after the workshop.
§ Lauren Calandruccio, Case Western Reserve University: “Informational masking for speech-on-speech recognition.”
§ : “(Mal?) Adaptation of pitch and binaural integration to abnormal auditory experience.”
§ Inyong Choi, University of Iowa: “Neurofeedback training of complex listening.”
§ Mathieu Lavandier, École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l’État – Université de Lyon: “A potential effect of vision on sound externalization and distance perception?”
§ Micheal Dent, University at Buffalo: “The perception of auditory scenes by birds.”
§ Anita Wagner, University of Groningen: “From hearing to understanding: automatic and effortful processes in speech perception.”
§ Zbyněk Bureš, Czech Academy of Science, Prague: TBA.
§ Petteri Hyvärinen, University of Helsinki: “Online ILD training for tinnitus.”
§ Virginia Best, Boston University: TBA.
§ István Ulbert, Hungarian Academy of Science: “Neural responses evoked by auditory stimulation during the sleep-wakefulness cycle in the cat.”
§ more TBA.
Travel, accommodation, visitor information
see workshop webpage: http://pcl.upjs.sk/workshop2017/
The workshop is open to all interested students/scientists. Registration is free of charge but required. To register, please send an email to kogneuro@xxxxxxxxx stating your name and affiliation and the dates on which you are planning to attend. All accepted abstracts will be published on the workshop website and in the abstract book. No proceedings will be published. In case you would like to have a presentation please send us an abstract (up to 200 words; also indicate whether you prefer poster or oral presentation) no later than May 1st 2017.
This workshop is supported by the EU H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015 project #691229.
-- doc. Norbert Kopco, Ph.D. Assoc Professor / Senior Researcher: Inst of Computer Sci, Faculty of Science, Safarik Univ, Kosice, Slovakia Adjunct: Ctr for Computational Neurosci (CompNet), Boston University & Martinos Ctr for Biomed Imaging, Harvard Med School - Mass Gen Hospital P: +16175759556 F: +14847279884, kopco@xxxxxx, http://cns.bu.edu/~kopco