[Comp-neuro] Summerschool on Neurocomputational Models of Speech Processing in Aachen, Germany

Kröger, Bernd Joachim bkroeger at ukaachen.de
Fri Jul 24 16:29:37 CEST 2015


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Summerschool: Neurocomputational Models of Speech Processing 
14th to 18th of September 2015

Topic: Constructing a Neurocomputational Model of Speech Processing
Date: Starting 14th of September for one week
Location: RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany 
Costs: Accomodation at RWTH Aachen University Guest House: round about 80€ (Single or Double) per day. Food: round about 30€ per day.
Workshop is free.
Accomodation and food will be arranged by Bernd Kröger www.SpeechTrainer.eu. Please contact bkroeger at ukaachen.de 
Next airport to Aachen, Germany: Duesseldorf International Airport, Germany 

Planned scedule: 
1st day: 9-12am: Lecture (Bernd Kröger www.SpeechTrainer.eu):  Introduction to Neurocomputational Models of Speech Production including learning szenarios occurring in speech acquisition.
Afternoon 2-5pm: Discussion and computer exercises in NENGO www.nengo.ca or other neural processing toolboxes
2nd day: 9-12am: Lecture (Bernd Kröger www.SpeechTrainer.eu): Introduction to Neurocomputational Models of Speech Perception and Comprehension 
Afternoon 2-5pm: Discussion and Computer exercises in NENGO www.nengo.ca and other Neural Processing Toolboxes 
3rd day: 9-12am: Lecture (Bernd Kröger www.SpeechTrainer.eu): Introduction to a physiological and acoustic model of speech production (www.VocalTractLab.de)
Afternoon 2-5pm: How to integrate VocalTractLab into an Neurocomputational Model of Speech Processing
4th and 5th day: 9am-5pm: Programming exercises and introduction to available speech data bases)

Summerschool takes place with more than 5 üarticipants

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Prof. Dr. Bernd J. Kröger
Department of Phoniatrics, Pedaudiology, and Communication Disorders
Medical School, RWTH Aachen University, Pauwelsstraße 30, D-52074 Aachen, Germany
Email: bernd.kroeger at rwth-aachen.de
Homepage: www.speechtrainer.eu


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