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Hearing research in Cambridge: the present and future

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Hearing research in Cambridge: the present and future

Date: 21st October, 2013, 12:00—17:30

Venue: Divinity School, St. John’s College

All welcome: but you need to register (see below)

The aim of this meeting is to bring together the groups undertaking hearing research in Cambridge so that we can update each other about our current and future research programmes and discuss how we should present ourselves to the outside world in the future.

People should leave the meeting knowing the interests and expertise of the different research groups in Cambridge, so that they understand where there might be opportunities for collaboration. We will also discuss how to strengthen connections and visibility of hearing research in Cambridge.

Preliminary schedule


12.30 Rich Turner: Bayesian inference and hearing


14.00 Bob Carlyon: Hearing and cochlear implants

14.30 Matt Davis: Adaptive processing of spoken language

15.00 David Baguley: Overview of Hearing and balance related research themes at Addenbrooke’s


16.00 Ian Winter: Signal processing in the auditory brainstem: in sickness and health

16.30 Roy Patterson: Collaboration in Cambridge and around the world: speech streaming, pitch imaging and compressive distortion

17.00 Brian Moore: Auditory perception

17.30 wrap-up

The talks will be about 20 min leaving 5+min for discussion. They will present a broad outline the research the lab is currently undertaking and the five year plan for future work, possibly flagging discussion points along the way.


To register for the event, please email the organiser: Richard Turner (


Costs are yet to be finalised, but it is likely that there will be a small charge to cover the costs of lunch and coffee that will be collected on the day.


Please email: Richard Turner


Divinity School.

No. 30 on the St John’s College map attached (the building is no longer used by the Divinity Dept.)

Note that the entrance to the Divinity School is along All Saints passage and not at the front of the building.

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