The 9th Annual Meeting of the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Society
January 5-7, 2015 - Tucson, Arizona
Free and open to the public
The University of Arizona will host the 9th annual meeting of the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Society (ACNS). This conference was created to bring together researchers from a variety of backgrounds to discuss the cognitive/perceptual processing of complex signals such as speech, music, and natural sounds. This meeting is meant to be interactive, so there will be plenty of opportunities for everyone attending to express opinions, outrage, love and affection.
Heather Bortfeld, University of Connecticut
Chris Braun, Hunter College
Christ Brown, University of Pittsburgh
Bharath Chandrasekaran, University of Texas
Suzanne Curtin, University of Calgary
Fred Dick, University of London
Alex Francis, Purdue University
Tim Gentner, UC San Diego
Lori Holt, Carnegie Mellon University
Andrew Lotto, University of Arizona
Bob Lutfi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Todd Maddox, University of Texas
Dan Margoliash, University of Chicago
David McAlpine, University College London
Bob McMurray, University of Iowa
Howard Nusbaum, University of Chicago
Andrew Oxenham, University of Minnesota
Caroline Palmer, McGill University
Mark Pitt, THE Ohio State University
Arty Samuel, SUNY-Stony Brook & BCBL, Spain
Joel Snyder, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Jean Vroomen, Tilburg University
Bill Yost, Arizona State University
Jason Zevin, University of Southern California
Yi Zhou, Arizona State University
ACNS is free and open to the public. However, we ask that you register online so we can estimate attendance and plan accordingly.
Visitor parking is available in any of the UA parking garages . The 2nd Street Garage (2nd and Mountain) is closest to the conference venue. Parking costs $10/day.
Lodge on the Desert (3.2 miles from UA) is the main hotel for ACNS presenters. Other hotel options include Marriott Tucson University Park (within walking distance to the conference venue) or the Doubletree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park .
The deadline for poster submissions is November 24, 2014. Abstracts should be sent to email@example.com. Additional instructions for poster abstract submission are available here.
For more information, including further details on the conference schedule as they
become available, please visit http://acns.webhost.uits.arizona.edu/the-society
or contact Andrew Lotto at firstname.lastname@example.org