Futurologist and founder of the Swiss think tank ‘future matters’, Lars Thomsen, visited SNNU for an exchange about current research on the future of human machine interaction. A small report about his visit and our driving simulator based research projects was presented by SR: https://www.sr-mediathek.de/index.php?seite=7&id=81008&startvid=8
Profs. José Luis Urrusti and Jorge Martínez, Universidad Iberoamericana, MX, visited SNNU from September 30 to October 6, 2019, see https://ibero.mx/about-ibero
Prof. Malcolm Slaney, Machine Hearing Group at Google Research and Stanford CCRMA, CA, gave a talk about “Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Attention” at SNNU on Septebmber 19th, 2019, see https://ai.google/research/people/105191/
Video clip of the global technology company ZF documents the joint research with SNNU on motion sickness, see https://www.zf.com/site/magazine/de/articles_20160.html
“The Systems Neuroscience of Spatial Auditory Attention”: Prof. Strauss talks about the neuroscience of auditory attention at the University of Hawaii, 18 July 2019, Room: Sakamaki c204b, Manoa Campus
Prof. Alexander L. Francis, Purdue University, IN, visited SNNU from June 13 to June 18, 2019, see https://www.purdue.edu/hhs/slhs/directory/faculty/francis_alexander.html
Minister of Education and Research, Anja Karliczek, and Nadine Schön, MDB, visited the SNNU Labs on June 11th, 2019, see https://htwsaar-blog.de/blog/2019/07/09/mensch-maschine/
Prof. Strauss talks about vestigial pinna orienting at the Stanford CCRMA seminars, 22 March 2019, Stanford University
Manuel C. Kohl talks about optimized methods for the fast acquisition of auditory event-related potentials at the annual meeting of AG-ERA, Freiburg University Hospital (November 23th-24th, 2018).
The 12th Cochlea Implant Symposium of the MediClin Bosenberg Kliniken is taking place at Kulturzentrum Alsfassen in Sankt Wendel, 2nd and 3th of November 2018.