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Simon, Abshire, Elhilali give invited talks

Professor Jonathan Simon (ECE/Biology/ISR), Professor Pamela Abshire (ECE/ISR) and alumna Mounya Elhilali (ECE Ph.D. 2004) recently gave international invited talks.

On May 21, Simon gave an invited talk at the Auditory EEG Signal Processing Symposium (AESoP) in Leuven, Belgium. The symposium was hosted by KU Leuven’s department ExpORL (Research Group Experimental Oto-rhino-laryngology). His slides for the talk “Recent Advances in Cortical Representations of Speech using MEG” are available on the Computational Sensorimotor System Lab’s Publications page.

Abshire and Elhilali, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, also gave invited talks at the symposium.

On June 1, Simon gave an invited talk in Salamanca, Spain, at the 12th International Workshop on Advances in Audiology hosted by the University of Salamanca. His slides for the talk “Adaptation to Noise and Cortical Representation of Speech” are available on his lab’s Publications page.

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June 8, 2018


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