The meeting Attention to Sound that we organized together with the Royal Society was a great success. Some more photos. The venue was filled to capacity and unfortunately we could not accommodate all who wished to attend. Apologies to those stranded on the waiting list! The meeting focused on auditory attention, which is of central…
Our partner Shih-Chii Liu is editing a Frontiers in Neuroscience Organized Research Topic on Bio-inspired audio processing models and systems
Our demo platform drew lots of interest at Fondation Carnot R&T day attended by a wide range of industries interested in cognitive engineering.
AESOP, a workshop on Auditory EEG Signal processing, organized by our colleagues in Leuven. Lots of results on stimulus-response modeling, very relevant to COCOHA.
Our UCL partner talks about gaze on Science in Action (from 8′ 40″) on the BBC World Service. Gaze is a cue to auditory attention, useful as a control signal in complement to brain signals.
We organize a two-day meeting on the topic “Attention to Sound” within the Royal Society Theo Murphy meeting scheme. See followup for the outcome!
This mini-workshop brings together teams from COCOHA and from Leuven Tom Francart, Alexander Bertrand and students, to swap ideas about decoding and real-time implementations.