A satellite event of the 2013 fall meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in San Francisco, California.
How does the neural circuitry of the brain create speech, and what are the constraints on this process? In the past several years, there has been exciting progress on many aspects of this topic, and at this symposium we will hear from many of the leaders in the field who are advancing it. In a full-day symposium, a series of twelve speakers will present the latest findings on the neural control of speech output, how sensory feedback interacts with it, and how learning plays a role in the process.
Free registration is available here. Lunch is provided. Please note: you can attend this event without registration, this is simply to give us an idea of numbers. Thank you!
Date: Sunday, December 1, 2013
Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Location: Genentech Hall Auditorium, UCSF Mission Bay Campus 600 16th St., San Francisco, CA, 94158
Contact: John Houde firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule: See the symposium event page.