LanPercept Training Activities

ESLP Conference 2014 - Embodied and Situated Language Processing

Lanpercept is proud sponsor of the 2014 ESLP conference which takes place in Rotterdam August 19-21. Call for submissions is now live, deadline May 1.

 

Also see the ESLP conference's Facebook page.

Download conference poster (pdf).
ESLP Conference poster 2014

Previous activities

Cognition and Language in Developmental Disorders Workshop, November 21 - 22 2013

Cognition and Language in Developmental Disorders Workshop Seville, November 21 st – 22...

Cognition and Language in Developmental Disorders Workshop

Seville, November 21st – 22nd 2013

Dowload the complete prgramme with aditional information here.

Programme, Wednesday 20th

Time Activity
17.00–19.00

Outreach symposium:
"Psychoeducational Intervention in Autism: Where to Go and How to Get
There"

Speakers:

  • Liz Pellicano - CRAE, Centre for Research in Autism and Education - Institute of Education, UK Defining good outcomes for autistic people: what are "we" striving for?
  • Juana María Hernández - Autism Education Unit of Madrid, Spain Evidence-based practice for social inclusion in the education of children with ASD
19.30–21.30 Tapas in Seville. Pickup at hotel at 19:30.

Programme, Thursday 21th

Time Activity
9.00–9.30 Registration
School of Education – "Aula de Grados"
9.30–10.00 Welcome
Vice Rector for Research
Vice Dean for Internalization – School of Education
Vice Dean for Research – School of Psychology
10.00–11.00 Joel Talcott (University of Aston, UK)
Understanding the broader phenotype of developmental dyslexia: from
comorbidity to subtypes
11.00–11.30 Coffee
11.30–12.30 Gabriella Vigliocco (DCAL – University College London, UK)
The Bridge of Iconicity: how language maps to the world
12.30–13.30 Liz Pellicano - CRAE, Centre for Research in Autism and Education - Institute of Education, UK
Where the world becomes too real: a new explanation of autistic perception
13.30–15.30 Lunch
15.00–16.30 ESR Project Presentations
18.00–20.00 Tour of Seville
20.00 Dinner

Programme, Friday 22th

Time Activity
9.00–10.00 Business meeting of Lanpercept partners (internal)
10.00–11.00 Carlos Gómez (University of Sevilla, Spain)
Spontaneous EEG and Event Related Potentials associated to Working Memory development
11.00–11.30 Coffee
11.30–12.30 Paul Engelhardt (University of East Anglia, UK)
Inhibitory control and impulsivity in language production: Evidence from Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
12.30–13.30 Caroline Witton (Aston Brain Centre, Aston University, UK)
Understanding sensory processing impairments in developmental disorders: experimental challenges and considerations
13.30–15.00 Lunch

 

 

LanPercept First Training School, Aston University 24 - 26 September 2013

LanPercept First Training School of the Marie Curie ITN Aston University...

LanPercept


First Training School of the Marie Curie ITN

Aston University Conference Centre

24 – 26 September 2013

Tuesday 24 September

PM:                       Early arrival of delegates.

Wednesday 25 September

AM:                       Participants arrive. Buffet lunch available from 12:30 to 13:30

14:00-14:15        Welcome and introduction [Joel Talcott, Aston University]

14:15-14:45        Introducing LanPercept: projects, partners and students  [Mila Vulchanova, NTNU]

14:45-15:45         Theoretical perspectives and emerging issues in Language and Perception research [Mila Vulchanova, NTNU]

15:45-16:15        Coffee/Tea

16:15-17:00        Methodological issues in Language and Perception research [TBC]

17:00                     Wine and Canopés

19:00                     Dinner [Aston Business School]

20:30-20:00        Ghost Walk

Thursday 26 September

09:00-10:00        Using Eye movements [Pia Knoeferle, University of Bielefeld]

10:00                     Coffee/Tea

10:30-13:00        Workshop on Eye Movement recordings [ Pia Knoferle, Univeristy of Bielefeld]

13:00-14:15        Lunch

14:15-15:45         Working with children and vulnerable populations: practical issues [David Saldana, University of Seville]

15:45-16:15        Coffee/Tea

16:15-17:30         Working with children and vulnerable populations: ethical issues [Joel Talcott, Aston University]

20:00                     Dinner at a local restaurant in Birmingham City Centre

Friday 27 September

10:00-12:00         Demonstrations of eye movement equipment [Jon Ward, Acuity & Ricardo Matos, Tobii]

11:00-12:00        Business meeting [LangPercept partners]

12:00-13:00        Tours of the Aston Brain Centre

13:00                     Lunch Available

 

LanPercept Kick Off meeting, April 4-5 2013

LanPercept Kick Off meeting April, 4-5, Trondheim Dragvoll, Faculty of Humanities,...

LanPercept Kick Off meeting

April, 4-5, Trondheim

Dragvoll, Faculty of Humanities, Conference room 7, Building 2, Level 5

A map of Dragvoll can be viewed here

The programme can be downloaded here as a pdf.

Thursday, 04.04.

09:30 – 10:00  Opening
Greeting by Prof. Kari Melby, Vice Rector for Research, NTNU
Greeting by Prof. Kathrine Skretting, Dean, Faculty of Humanities, NTNU

10:00 – 10:45
Gerry Altmann (York University, UK) - Representing objects across time: eye movement and fMRI studies of language-mediated event representation.

10:45 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 11:45
Rolf Zwaan (Erasmus University Rotterdam) - Direct and indirect speech in discourse comprehension.

11:45 – 13:00 Lunch

13:00 – 13:40
David Saldaña (University of Seville) - Inferencing and Readers with Autism: Can they do it or not?

13:40 – 14:20
Tommy Strandvall (TOBII) - Eye tracking in language and reading research - challenges and opportunities.

14:20 – 14:50 Coffee break

14:50 – 15:30
Isabel Rodríguez (University of Seville) - Speech-reading in Deafness: When Seeing is Hearing.

15:30 – 15:45
Jon Ward. Acuity ETS Ltd.

15:45 – 16:00
SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) GmbH

16:00 – 16:15
Birgit Trogisch. Brain Products GmbH

16:15 – 16:30
Torbjørn Nordgård. Lingit AS

16:30 – 16:45
Joel Talcott. Electa Oy

19:30 Dinner

Friday, 05.04.

09:30 – 11:00
Constitution of the LanPercept Educational Committee

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00
Co-ordinators progress report