Lecture by Nori Jacoby: "Discovering Rhythmic Perceptual Priors with Iterated Learning"
Time and location of lecture: 10 am, 4th floor, MPIEA
Nori Jacoby is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the McDermott Computational Audition Lab in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at MIT, Boston.
His scientific interests lie in the application of methods from the domain of computational neuroscience to the domains of audition and music cognition. Recent work has focused on the mathematical modeling of sensorimotor synchronization in the form of tapping experiments, ensemble synchronization, and computational models of psychophysics and audition.
This event is open for the public. Since we have a certain number of seating, please call our Department for registration.
Please note, that the presentation will be held in English.