ISAAR 2015 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON AUDITORY AND AUDIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
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The topic of ISAAR 2015 is:
"Individual hearing loss - Characterization, modelling, compensation strategies"
The ISAAR 2015 programme will be available for download on this page before the symposium. All participants will receive a printed copy of the programme at the symposium.
On-site participant registration will open on August 26 at 8 am. (Please note that online registration before this date is required to attend the symposium.)
The scientific programme will start on August 26 at 10 am and end on August 28 at 12:30 pm.
The symposium will end with lunch on August 28 from 12:30 pm.
The general subject of the symposium is "Individual differences in hearing loss". The concept is to consider this topic from different perspectives, including current physiological concepts, perceptual measures and models, as well as implications for new technical applications. The programme will consist of invited talks as well as contributed talks and posters. The session titles and invited speakers are listed below.
Characterizing individual differences in hearing loss
Judy Dubno, Andrew Oxenham, Larry Humes, Agnès Léger
Genetics of hearing loss
Karen Steel, Hannie Kremer, Guy van Camp
Hidden hearing loss: neural degeneration in "normal" hearing
Sharon Kujawa, Christopher Plack, Hari Bharadwaj, Jane Bjerg Jensen
Modelling individual hearing impairment
Enrique Lopez-Poveda, Michael Heinz, Volker Hohmann
Individualized diagnostics and compensation strategies
Harvey Dillon, Deniz Baskent, Brent Edwards
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Contributions within the current symposium topic will be given priority. Other contributions within the general fields of auditory and audiological research are also welcome for poster presentation.
Two types of contributions will be considered:
FREE PAPERS: Contributed oral presentations will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions.
POSTERS: Poster will be on display during all days. There will be poster sessions Wednesday and Thursday and social activities in the poster area in the evenings.
Maximum abstract length is 1400 characters (including spaces), corresponding to about 200 words.
Abstracts should consist of one paragraph only.
All abstracts must be submitted through the Abstract Submission page in the Abstracts menu.
Abstract deadline 01 May 2015.
Contributions will be evaluated by the organizing committee. Notification of acceptance/rejection as well as presentation type will be given within six weeks after abstract deadline. Authors of accepted presentations and posters will be given the opportunity to submit a written version (max 8 pages) that will be printed in the symposium proceedings.