Collaborative Research Center / Transregio 31: The active auditory system

Winter Term 2009/2010

Time:            Friday 14 -16

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

 Date               
 Location
 Title of the Talk
 Speaker      
 invited by 
16 Oct. 2009
Oldenburg

Stimulus-specific adaptation to frequency and intensity in the auditory thalamus

Dr. Lucy Anderson

Ear Institute

University College London

G. Klump
23 Oct. 2009
Oldenburg

Envelope vs temporal fine structure in reverberant environments

Bernhard Seeber

Inst. for Neuroscience

University of Nottingham

B. Kollmeier/

T. Jürgens

30 Oct. 2009
Magdeburg

"Sequential regularity extraction and auditory object formation"

 Dr. Alexandra Bendixen

T. Münte
6 Nov. 2009
Oldenburg

Causal Inference in Cognition and Perception

Dr. Ulrik Beierholm

Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit

UC London

H. Colonius
20 Nov. 2009
Oldenburg

talk within the scope of "PhD-Programm Hören" in Soltau

Prof. Janssen,

München

B. Kollmeier
27 Nov. 2009
Magdeburg

Human speech recognition - from sensory thalamus to voice-sensitive cortex

Dr. Katharina von Kriegstein

Max Planck Institute Leipzig for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

T. Münte
4 Dec. 2009
Oldenburg

Bistability of streaming/continuity illusion of tones

Lars Riecke, PhD

Department of Cognitive Neuroscience

Maastricht University

G. Klump
11 Dec. 2009
Magdeburg Listening to auditory cortex: neural correlates of complex sound perception

Dr. Jennifer Bizley

Univ. of Oxford, UK

P. Heil
8 Jan. 2010
Magdeburg "Mechanisms of monaural and binaural temporal processing towards spatial hearing"

Prof. Philip X. Joris

KU Leuven, Belgien

P. Heil
15 Jan 2010
Oldenburg

Binaural hearing with cochlear implants

Bernhard Laback

Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien

M. Dietz  /       V. Hohmann

22 Jan 2010
Magdeburg

VORTRAG FÄLLT AUS!

CANCELLED!

"Investigating the neural basis of human audio-visual object perception "


Marcus J. Naumer

Institut für Medizinische Psychologie

Goethe Universität Frankfurt

T. Noesselt