Collaborative Research Center / Transregio 31: The active auditory system

Winter Term 2013/2014

Time: Friday 14 -16

Locations: room W2 1-143 (Oldenburg), Medical Campus H28 / R 2.31 (Magdeburg)

Date Location Title of the talk Speaker invited by


1 November 2013


Magdeburg

Evidence against power amplification in the cochlea



Prof. Marcel van der Heijden
Erasmus University Rotterdam


Heil

15 November 2013

Magdeburg

Temporal expectations in audiovisual stimuli


Massimiliano Di Luca
University of Birmingham


Boenke/Ohl


22 November 2013


Oldenburg

On the controversy about the sharpness of human cochlear tuning


Enrique A. Lopez Poveda
Universidad de Salamanca


Ewert


29 November 2013


Magdeburg


Varieties of cross-modal interactions and multi-sensory integration effects


Prof. Tobias Andersen
Technical University of Denmark


Noesselt


6 December 2013

Magdeburg

“How the Brainstem Modifies Sound Processing in the Cochlea - Insight from Psychophysical Studies”

Dr. Ifat Yasin
Ear Institute, UCL


Verhey

13 December 2013

Magdeburg

"Disorders of the Auditory Brain"

Tim Griffiths
Newcastle University Medical School

Brosch

10 January 2014

Oldenburg

“Hearing is believing: Perceived pitch is best predicted by an inferential model.”


Maneesh Sahani
University College London


Hohmann

17 January 2014

Magdeburg

“Say it loud and clear: neurobiology of monkey vocalizations”


Steffen Hage
Universität Tübingen


Brosch

24 January 2014

Oldenburg

“How is human auditory perception linked to neural oscillations?”

Dr. Molly Henry
Max-Planck-Institut
f. Kognitions- u.Neurowissenschaften
Leipzig


Bendixen/
Herrmann