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Workshop on Auditory Neuroscience, Cognition and Modelling 2016

Research workshop, QMUL, London
Wed 17th February 2016, 9:30am-5pm

The aim of this workshop is to bring together cognitive scientists, neuroscientists and computer scientists working on sound and music, as well as researchers from related fields. New insights on the cognitive and neural underpinnings of speech, music and sound processing will be presented, with a large focus on EEG and MEG data analysis. We anticipate this workshop to be a great opportunity for researchers to get a deeper understanding of available research methods and to foster multidisciplinary collaborations.

NEWS: Workshop video recordings are now available in the programme webpage

 

SCHEDULE:

Click here for the detailed workshop programme and video recordings
Workshop book of abstracts (PDF)

9:30 Registration, coffee/tea
10:00 Welcome and introduction
10:10 Keynote 1: Prof Elvira Brattico (Aarhus University)
11:10 Oral session 1
12:10 Poster session
12:30 Lunch, poster session continuation
13:30 Keynote 2: Dr Jean-Julien Aucouturier (CNRS/IRCAM)
14:30 Oral session 2
15:30 Coffee/tea break, poster session continuation
16:00 Keynote 3: Dr Richard E. Turner (University of Cambridge)
17:00 Closing (opportunity to continue discussions in a nearby pub/restaurant)


Workshop Map

VENUE:

 G.02 Lecture Theatre,
 Joseph Rotblat Building,
 Charterhouse Square Campus,
 Queen Mary University of London,
 London EC1M 6BQ
(building no. 5 in the campus map)

Registration, the poster session and lunch/coffee will take place in Dawson Hall / the Shield Cafe (no. 4 in the campus map).

The venue is easily accessible by public transport. It is within 2 minutes walk of Barbican Underground station (Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith & City lines).

    Charterhouse Square campus: travel information
    Campus map


ORGANISING COMMITTEE:

Dr Marcus Pearce
Dr Emmanouil Benetos
Dr Yvonne Blokland

Music Cognition Lab, Queen Mary University of London
Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London


ACCOMMODATION:

Suggested hotels for staying before or after the workshop:

    Easyhotel Old Street/Barbican
    Thistle City Barbican
    Citadines Barbican London
    Hotel Ibis London City


FUNDING:

The Workshop on Auditory Neuroscience, Cognition and Modelling is supported by the Centre for Digital Music through its EPSRC Platform Grant and by a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship (RF/128).
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