The 15th Speech in Noise Workshop (SPIN2024) took place on 11-12 January 2024 in the beautiful city of Potsdam in Germany.
SPIN was hosted in the Potsdam Museum.
⚠️ Unfortunately the German train company — Deutches Bahn — had announced a strike this week, which affected travel options and led to cancellation from a number of attendees.
Colin Cherry Award 2024
The Colin Cherry Award 2024 was attributed to Cosima Stokar von Neuforn and Patrizia Scholz for their poster "Effects of task-irrelevant whispered speech on short-term memory". Congratulations!
The Colin Cherry Award is attributed every year in appreciation of a contribution to the field of Research on Speech in Noise and Cocktail Party Sciences, with the work selected for best poster presentation by the participants of the Speech in Noise Workshop. The prize consists of a cocktail shaker, and the recipient receives an invitation to present their work at the following SPIN workshop.
Submissions are now closed
We have received a large number of submissions and decision emails were sent out on the 14th of November.
Check the detailled programme here.
Confirmed speakers are:
- Khaled Abdel Latif
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital of Cologne
Use of eye-tracking and pupillometry to assess speech-on-speech masking in a visual world paradigm
- Abbie Bradshaw
University of Cambridge, UK
Perception of the self voice and other voices during speech motor control
- Axelle Calcus
Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Neural correlates of stream segregation from childhood to adulthood
- Anupama Chingacham
Saarland Informatics Campus, Saarland University, Germany
Pi-SPIN: Paraphrase to improve Speech Perception in Noise
- Henrik Danielsson
Linköping University, Sweden
Speech in noise in the n200 study in Linköping Sweden
- Hartmut Meister
University of Cologne, Germany
Exploring mechanisms behind dynamic multi-talker listening
- Nicola Prodi
Department of Engineering, University of Ferrara, Italy
How the types of sound reflections influence speech intelligibility in rooms
- Kurt Steinmetzger
Tinnitus Center, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Investigating speech processing in paediatric and adult CI users using combined fNIRS/EEG measurements
- Hannah J. Stewart
Lancaster University, UK | Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, USA
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