Seung-Cheol Baek

Main Research Areas

  • Shared brain networks for music and speech perception
  • Spectro temporal structures of music and speech at different scales and their neural representations
  • Neural mechanisms for the recognition of emotions and intentions from music and language

Vita

Education

2020M.A. in German Language and Literature (Division: Neurolingiuistics), Seoul National University, South Korea
2018

B.A. in German Language and Literature, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea

Career

Since 2022Ph.D. Student, MPI for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main (Sammler Lab)
2020–2021

Graduate Researcher, Center for Intelligent & Interactive Robotics, Korean Institute of Science Technology, South Korea (PI: Dr. Yoonseob Lim)

2018–2020Graduate Researcher, Brain Humanities Lab, Seoul National University, South Korea (PI: Prof. Dr. Sungeun Lee)
2017–2018Research Intern, Brain Humanities Lab, Seoul National University, South Korea (PI: Prof. Dr. Sungeun Lee)

Publications

Journal Articles

Baek, S., Chung, J., & Lim, Y. (2021). Implementation of an Online Auditory Attention Detection model with Electroencephalography in a Dichotomous Listening Experiment. Sensors, 21(2), 531.

Lee, S. & Baek, S. (2020). Influences of the acquisition of German as a foreign language on cognitive functions in adults. Deutsch als Fremdsprache in Korea, 47, 113-143. (in Korean)

Lee, S., Jang, H. & Baek, S. (2020). A neurolinguistic study on the correlation between the acquisition of German as a foreign language and the improvement of the cognitive functions of the brain - research on adolescent using the electrophysiological method. Koreanische Zeitschrift für Germanistik, 155, 259-285. (in Korean)

Poster

Baek, S. (2020). The Online Processing of "Complement Coercion" of Foreign Language Learners - The Effect of the Similarity of the Word Order in Native and Target Language. The 26th Annual Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) Conference. University of Potsdam, Germany.

Baek, S. (2019). A Neurophysiological Study on the Processing of German Complement-Coerced Sentences by Korean Learners of German - focusing on the Modulation Effect of the Korean Word Order. The 7th Annual Psycholinguistics in Progress (PiP) Workshop, Korea.

Awards & Grants

Awards and Grants

2019

Fellowship for Fundamental Academic Fields, Seoul National University, South Korea

2018

Lecture & Research Scholarship, College of Humanities, Seoul National University, South Korea

2018

CORE Scholarship for Graduate Students, SNU-CORE, Seoul National University, South Korea

2018Summa cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, Seoul National University, South Korea
2018Best Student Paper Award, Department of German Language and Literature, Seoul National University, South Korea