Medical Bionics for Hearing Summer School

Ana Bedalov (Split, Hrvatska), 12. Srpanj 2016.

rubrika: Obuke i treninzi

The Summer School for Medical Bionics for hearing will cover future and emergent technologies in medical bionics for hearing on this range of topics:

  • Auditory periphery & cochlear mechanics
  • Neural processing in hearing
  • Auditory neuroelectronics
  • Cellular aspects of hearing
  • In vitro culturing of auditory neurons devices
  • Current solutions in medical bionics (cochlear implants, auditory brainstem implants, deep brain stimulation etc.)

DATE: August 27th – September 3rd, 2016
LOCATION: Split, Croatia, University of Split School of Medicine, Šoltanska 2, Split, Croatia
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 15th, 2016
Application procedure: Fill out this form [PDF version] and send it together with your recent CV and a motivational letter describing your interests and reasons for attending this School by e-mail to school@medicalbionics.eu with the Subject: Application Summer School 2016. Application deadline is July 15th, 2016.
E-mail: school@medicalbionics.eu
Target audience: 30 PhD students, postdocs and other researchers
Directors:
Damir Kovačić (School of Medicine and Faculty of Science, Unversity of Split, Croatia)
Myles Mc Laughlin (Department of Neurosciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium)
Local Organizing Committee: Speech and Hearing Research Lab, University of Split-School of Medicine

Medical Bionics for Hearing Summer School, aims at presenting important theoretical and experimental knowledge and practices in the field of medical bionics for hearing. Generally, core presentations will be given by the invited speakers in the morning and early afternoon sessions, followed by workshop sessions in late afternoon and short presentations of students in the evening. We intend to stimulate cross-disciplinary interactions between students and researchers in a highly non-formal and stimulating environment. The overarching goal of the School is to bring together scientists and students to the same place in order to offer “playground” for ideas and issues contributing to the development of novel bionic devices for hearing and communication.

Funding: Research scholarships for the professional development of young researchers and postdoctorands in the field of medical neuroelectronics”, Croatia, (HR.3.2.01-0320)

 

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