BERKELEY EAR CLUB
Dept. of Otolaryngology
U.California Med., Irvine
|"Spatial hearing at the Cocktail party"|
Machine Hearing Group
Google Research, Mountain View
"Towards decoding EEG and Auditory Attention Progress at 2015 Telluride Neuromorphic Workshop"
Hearing and Speech Sciences
Vanderbilt U., Nashville
|"Back to the (re)start: the increasing importance of envelope fluctuations in binaural processing"|
U. California, Berkeley
|"The phoneme & phone on trial"|
|"Facilitatory and inhibitory effects of context in everyday listening"|
|11/2||Acoustical Society Jacksonville|
Speech and Hearing Sciences
U. North Carolina Med, Chapel Hill
"Unilateral aural atresia: hearing and hearing aids"
|11/16||Society for Neuroscience, Chicago|
Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore
|"Unilateral aural atresia: hearing and hearing aids"|
ROOM CHANGE to 2129 Tolman
"Cadence Model and Temporal Critical Bands"|
| Spring 2016|
Unless otherwise stated, talks are at 4:00 in the Beach Room (3105 Tolman Hall) at UC Berkeley
Speech and Hearing Science
Arizon State U., Tempe
|"If You Move, Does Your Acoustic World Move? It Doesn't, Why Not?"|
Cosponsors: Meyer Sound Starkey Hear. Res. Ctr.
Charles Salter (Salter Assoc.)
Roger Schwenke (Meyer Sound)
Robert Smith (Stanford)
Tao Zhang (Starkey)
"Speech and Space" A multidisciplinary seminar discussing the interface between |
good listening and our constructed environment"
|"The Cocktail Party Effect and Hearing Impairments"|
|2/15||President's Day holiday|
|2/22||ARO San Diego|
Electrical & Computer Engineering
U. Maryland, College Park
"Why rapid adaptive processes are essential for listening in
realistic auditory environments"
Communication Sci. Disorders
U. of Wisconsin, Madison
"Hidden Hearing Loss: Modeling the Effects of Auditory Deafferentation on Listening in Noise"
|3/17 Co-sponser: SHRC||
U. of Missouri
|"Working memory capacity, the brain, and childhood development"|
VA Nat.Ctr. for Rehab. Aud. Res.
Otolarynology, Ore. Health Sci. U.
"Developing efficient measures of central hearing ability"
NOTE: 5101 Tolman Hall
Auditory Neuroscience Lab
School of Communication
|"Unraveling the Biology of Auditory Learning: Spotlight on Language and Music"
|"Make light, not sound: A novel hearing aid that uses lasers to vibrate the eardrum"|
Med. U. South Carolina, Charleston
|"Longitudinal changes in audiometric phenotypes of age-related hearing loss"|
U. Texas, Austin
"What's Different About Perceptually Organized Auditory Stimuli?"
Psych. Neuroscience & Behavior
Wesleyan U.. Middletown
"Useful Biomarkers of Aesthetic Creativity"
|"Technology Innovation in the Immersive Multisensory Marathon - Optimizing Sensory Experiences" |