International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research (ISAAR)

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ISAAR – International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research – is formerly known as “Danavox Symposium”.

The “Danavox Jubilee Foundation” was established in 1968 on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of GN Danavox. The object of the Foundation is to support and encourage audiological research and development.

Funds are donated by GN ReSound (the former GN Danavox) and are managed by a board consisting of hearing science specialists who are entirely independent of GN ReSound.

Since the establishment in 1968 the resources of the Foundation have been used to support a series of symposia, at which a large number of outstanding scientists from all over the world have given lectures, presented posters and participated in discussions on various audiological topics.

From 2007 the symposia have the common name ISAAR – International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research.

The topic of ISAAR 2017 is:

Adaptive Processes in Hearing

The general subject of the 2017 symposium is “Adaptive processes in hearing”. The concept is to consider this topic from different perspectives, including current physiological concepts, perceptual measures and models, electrophysiology and neuroscience approaches, as well as implications for hearing devices and 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.

  1. Adaptive behavior in complex listening environments
    Virginia Best, Piotr Majdak, Owen Brimijoin
  2. Neural mechanisms and modeling of adaptive auditory processes
    Tobias Moser, Jan Schnupp, Elia Formisano, Mounya Elhilali
  3. “Maladaptive” processes in hearing
    Pim van Dijk, Roland Schaette, Martin Pienkowski
  4. Electrophysiological correlates of auditory adaptation
    Tobias Overath, Stefan Debener, Manuel Malmierca
  5. Adaptive and learning processes with hearing devices
    Monita Chatterjee, Nikolai Bisgaard, Tom Francart, Dianne van Tasell

The full programme will be posted shortly before the symposium. All participants will receive a printed copy of the final programme at the symposium.

  • On-site participant registration will open on August 23 at 8 am. (Please note that online registration before this date is required to attend the symposium.)
  • The scientific programme will start on August 23 at 10 am and end on August 25 at 12:30 pm.
  • The symposium will end with lunch on August 25 from 12:30 pm.
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