Collaborative Research Center / Transregio 31: The active auditory system

Seminar SFB/TRR 31

Winter Term 2008/2009

Time:            Friday 14 -16

Locations:    room W2 1-143 (Oldenburg), room G26.1-010 (Magdeburg)

 Date               
 Location
 Title of the Talk
 Speaker      
 invited by 
 31.10.2008
Oldenburg

Why listen to bats? - Vocal motor control in a mammal

Due to a public holiday at Saxony-Anhalt this talk can't be transmitted to Magdeburg University. A recording will be provided soon!

Prof. Dr. Walter Metzner
Dept. of Physiological Science
University of California, Los Angeles

G. Klump
 07.11.2008
 Oldenburg

talk within the scope of "Forschungskolloquium Neurosensorik"

Maturation of microcircuitry and synaptic transmission in the mammalian auditory brainstem

Prof. Dr. Eckard Friauf
TU Kaiserslautern
FB Biologie
AG Tierphysiologie
G. Meissner
 14.11.2008
 Magdeburg

Is there an absolute threshold of hearing?

Prof. Lütkenhöner
HNO-Klinik des Universitätsklinikums Münster

P. Heil
12.12.2008 Oldenburg

Variations on a Theme of Mach

Bruce Henning

University of Oxford
Department of Experimental Psychology


J. Verhey
 19.12.2008  Oldenburg Synaptic transmission at the inner hair cell ribbon synapse in the mammalian cochlea
Elisabeth Glowatzki
Dept. of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Baltimore
G. Klump
09.01.2009 Magdeburg
Behavioral relevance of stimulus-specific gamma-band components during auditory short-term memory
Jochen Kaiser
Institut für Medizinische Psychologie
Universität Frankfurt
C. Herrmann
16.01.2009 Oldenburg
C A N C E L L E D

Ian Winter
University of Cambrigde

J. Verhey
23.01.2009 Magdeburg
The division of labour between the left and right peri-sylvian cortex in speech perception PD Dr. Martin Meyer
Abt. Neuropsychologie
Universität Zürich

Th. Münte

30.01.2009
 Oldenburg The role of sensory and parietal cortices in visual and auditory short-term memory

Rhodri Cusack
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Cambridge

G. Klump