The purpose of the ACNS is to bring together researchers in speech, psychoacoustics, auditory neurophysiology, cognitive psychology, linguistics, computer science, etc. to discuss the cognitive/perceptual processing of complex acoustic signals like speech, music and natural sounds. This multidisciplinary approach is necessary to breech the artificial barriers between descriptions of peripheral and central mechanisms, between speech sounds and other complex sounds and between theoretical interpretation and practical application.
ACNS 2014 Tucson, AZ
Where: Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences Building on UA campus (Room 205)
When: January 8th-10th , 2014.
Accommodations: Lodge on the Desert
Call for Posters
News & Notes
- Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience (2014-2015)
Applications are sought for graduate and postdoctoral fellowships offered by the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience (ACN) Training Network, which provides stipends to graduate students and postdocs to pursue ACN research with one of 30 faculty members at McGill University, McMaster University, University of Montreal, the Rotman Research Institute, and the Montreal Neurological Institute. Citizens of all countries are eligible. Positions begin September, 2014. The deadline for Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowship applications, funded by NSERC-Create (Canada), is February 7, 2014. Full application details are available at www.acn-create.org/admissions/.