Spring School EBRAMUS
Musical Protocols and Tools for Movement Activation and Rehabilitation
29 February 2012 - 4 March 2012
The EBRAMUS Spring School will take place in Ghent (Belgium) starting on the 29th of February 2012 and will finish on the 4th of March 2012 (late afternoon). The topic of the Spring School is “Musical Protocols and Tools for Movement Activation and Rehabilitation.”
* Provide conceptual foundations for music-based rehabilitation
* Provide a hands-on trai ning and experience with interactive music tools for music-based rehabilitation
* Provide training in academic writing and in presentations
* Learn about technology transfer, and have a site visit to Cochlear (Mechelen)
The spring school focuses on hands-on training, using a learning concept that is based on tutorials and self-learning through guided practical experience. The morning sessions start with tutorials on embodiment, Max/MSP, statistics, rehabilitation and issues related to technology transfer. After these tutorials, hands-on trainings are scheduled. The afternoon sessions are devoted to practical training in small groups that work on concrete experiments, writing skills and presentations. The evening is devoted to social activities including a touristic visit, a concert and a free podium activity.
The Spring School is hosted by IPEM (Institu te for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music). IPEM is a center of excellence (“Methusalem”) for Systematic Musicology of Ghent University, Belgium. IPEM does pioneering research work in the field of embodied music cognition and mediation technologies. The institute consists of an interdisciplinary team of researchers and staff, lead by Prof. Dr. Marc Leman.
EBRAMUS (Europe BRAin and MUsic) is a consortium of European research centers to study new perspectives for stimulating cognitive and sensory processes using music. EBRAMUS offers a unique, interdisciplinary graduate program to study the behavioral, functional, structural effects of music on rehabilitation, learning, and facilitation of cognitive processes. Its goal is to train PhD students in behavioral and neuroscience (EEG, fMRI, etc.) methods applied to the investigation of the use of music in boosting language processing, learning, memory as well as motor behavior.
1. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS (France)
1.a. Laboratory of Learning and Development CNRS-LEAD-Dijon
1.b Mediterranean Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences CNRS-INCM-Marseille
1.c Sensory Neurosciences, Behavior and Cognition’, CNRS-NSCC-Lyon
2 Université Charles de Gaulle Lille III CDG Lille 3 (France)
3 University of Finance and Management in Warsaw WSFiZ (Poland)
4 Max-Planck Institute for Human cognitive and Brain Sciences MPI (Germany)
4.a Neurocognition of Rhythm in Communication MPI-NRC (Germany)
4.b Music Cognition & Action MPI-MCA (Germany)
5 Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover IMMM (Germany)
6 The University of Edinburgh EDI (United Kingdom)
7 Universiteit Gent (Belgium)
B. Associated Partners
1. Université de Montréal-BRAMS (Canada)
2 Institut National de la Santé Et de la Recherche Médicale-INSERM (France)
3 Fondazione Pierfranco e Luisa Mariani-Mariani (Italy)
4 Cochlear Limited-Cochlear (Belgium)
5 EyeNetics S.A.R.L-EyeNetics (France)
6 Stiftung 100 Jahre Yamaha-Yamaha (Germany)
Who can apply?
· Students in the last year of master
· PhD students
How to apply?
External students will be admitted to the course. Students from all fields will be permitted to attend. All applications should include the following docs in pdf-format:
· Motivation letter
· Copy academic degree
· Summary Research
All docs must be submitted in ENGLISH!
The deadline for the application is the 30th of November 2011
You are asked to arrange and pay your own travel, all other costs (hotel, dinners, social events..) will be paid by the organization.
Applications are to be sent via email (aagje.lachaert@xxxxxxxx)
You will receive a notification of your acceptance by beginning of December. The program will be available online in October 2011.
For further info: go to www.ipem.ugent.be <http://www.ipem.ugent.be>
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