Recent updates and upcoming events
Keerthi Doreswamy presented our research on auditory distance perception at AABBA (Aural Assessment By means of Binaural Algorithms) meeting, 2020 held at the Acoustics Research Institute (ARI) , Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. (Slides, Photo 1, Photo 2).
A new paper on “Cortical auditory distance representation based on direct-to-reverberant energy ratio” is now published in the NeuroImage.
Our lab members participated in the Binaural Bash 2019, organised by BU Hearing Research Center, Boston. (Group photo)
Keerthi Doreswamy used props to illustrate how auditory distance perception works at the MGH Science Slam 2019, Boston.
A new preprint on “Cortical auditory distance representation based on direct-to-reverberant energy ratio” is available at biorXiv . (Here is a link to preprints)
New student Stanislava Linkova joined our lab !!
A new paper on “Hemisphere-Specific Properties of the Ventriloquism Aftereffect” by N Kopčo, P Lokša, I Lin, J Groh, B Shinn-Cunningham is now published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America – Express Letters (a preprint is available here).
We successfully organized the 4th Workshop on Cognitive neuroscience of auditory and cross-modal perception
Ondrej Spišák will present his new results at the Kognícia a umelý život(Cognition and Artificial Life), May 29-31, 2019 in Bratislava, Slovakia.(paper)
Maike Ferber will present her new results at the Learning and Plasticity Meeting (LaP2019) Finland. (abstract; poster)
Mukul Agarwal (formerly from Boston University) is visiting the lab until April 2019 to work on “Distance perception by the Human Ear: An approach via multivariate analysis of fMRI data”, supported by a grant from SAIA.
Norbert gave a talk at the the 42nd MidWinter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology in Baltimore (abstract, presentation).
A new paper on “Nonnative Implicit Phonetic Training in Multiple Reverberant Environments” by Vlahou, Seitz and Kopčo accepted for publication in Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics.
A new paper on “A “buildup” of speech intelligibility in listeners with normal hearing and hearing loss” by Best, Swaminathan, Kopčo, Roverud and Shinn-Cunningham accepted for publication in Trends in Hearing.
Students Keerthi Doreswamy (PhD), Ondrej Spisak (Bc) and Zoltan Szoplak (intern) joined the lab.
We’re presenting a poster at the 175th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Minneapolis.
We’re presenting a poster in the 25th meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in Boston.
Noro presents our research at the 2018 Cognitive School in the Czech Rep.
Our lab joins the Aural Assessment by Means of Binaural Algorithms (AABBA) group and Noro and Rene participate in a 2-day workshop in Vienna Jan 30-31.
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