[AUDITORY] Reminder, call for posters: "Listening in the Wild" workshop Tue 25th June (Dan Stowell )

Subject: [AUDITORY] Reminder, call for posters: "Listening in the Wild" workshop Tue 25th June
From:    Dan Stowell  <dan.stowell@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 13 May 2013 10:02:05 +0100

Dear all, A reminder about this workshop, bringing together researchers in animal=20 and machine listening: <http://listeninginthewild.eventbrite.co.uk/> London, Tue 25th June (more details below) Thanks to those of you who have already registered and to those who have=20 submitted poster abstracts; the line-up is looking great. Important dates= : - Poster proposal deadline: Tue 11th June - Registration deadline: Tue 18th June - Workshop: Tue 25th June Best wishes Dan Stowell LISTENING IN THE WILD: Animal and machine hearing in multisource=20 environments Research workshop, QMUL, London Tue 25th June, 10am-5pm * How do animals recognise sounds in noisy multisource environments? * How should machines recognise sounds in noisy multisource environments? This workshop will bring together researchers in engineering disciplines=20 (machine listening, signal processing, computer science) and biological=20 disciplines (bioacoustics, ecology, perception and cognition), to=20 discuss these complementary perspectives on audition. The workshop is free to attend, but you must register on our Eventbrite=20 page <http://listeninginthewild.eventbrite.co.uk>. INVITED SPEAKERS: Thierry Aubin (Universit=E9 Paris Sud, Orsay) Communication in seabird colonies: vocal recognition in a noisy worl= d David Clayton (Queen Mary University of London) New research opportunities in studies of vocal communication using=20 the zebra finch Maria Chait (University College London) Change detection in complex acoustic scenes Richard Turner (University of Cambridge) Auditory scene analysis and the statistics of natural sounds Marc Naguib (Wageningen University, The Netherlands) Noise effects on communication in song birds Jon Barker (University of Sheffield) Machine listening in unpredictable "multisource" environments:=20 Lessons learnt from the CHiME speech recognition challenges Rachele Malavasi (Institute for Coastal Marine Environment, Oristano) Auditory objects in a complex acoustic environment: the case of=20 bird choruses Mathieu Lagrange (IRCAM, Paris & IRCCYN, Nantes) Computing similarity measures for audio signals: from music to=20 environmental sounds --=20 Dan Stowell Postdoctoral Research Assistant Centre for Digital Music Queen Mary, University of London Mile End Road, London E1 4NS http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/digitalmusic/people/dans.htm http://www.mcld.co.uk/

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