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Capture30.09.22: The BAND-lab at SPR

Sonja is giving a keynote talk during the Annual
Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR). 

The talk is titled
‘Reflections on Cortico-subcortico-cortical
Circuitry in Action, Perception, and Cognition’

Find the program here


sonja talk14.09.22: The BAND-lab at SIPF

Sonja is giving a talk during a workshop
organized by the Italian Society for
Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience (SIPF).

The talk is titled
‘Little brain but big contributions – reflections on
cerebellar circuitry in action, perception, & cognition’

Find the program here and the tweet.

 


4sonja14-15.07.22: The BAND-lab at SAMBA

Sonja is giving a talk at the Salzburg
Mind Brain Annual Meeting (SAMBA). 

‘Heard but not present:
pathophysiology of prediction and adaptation’.

Find info here and the tweet here


09-13.07.22: The BAND-lab at FENS, in Paris

Hanna, Xanthate and Pia are presenting their
posters at the Federation of European
Neuroscience Societies (FENS), in Paris. 

Find the program here

Find Pia’s, Xan’s, and Hanna’s posters here.


05-09.07.22: The BAND-lab in Piran

Antonio is attending the TwinBrain
summer school in Piran, Slovenia 

‘Neuroscience of Movement:
Exploring brain dynamics in Parkisons’s
disease and related disorders’. 

 


padua08.07.22: The BAND-lab in Padua

Sonja is giving a distinguished lecture
at the Padua Neuroscience Center

The lecture is titled
‘Little brain but big contributions –
reflections on cerebellar circuitry in
action, perception, & cognition’

 


Seal_of_Free_University_of_Berlin.svg29.06.22: The BAND-lab at FU, Berlin

Sonja  is giving a keynote talk at the
Freie Universität in Berlin. 

The talk is titled
‘Little brain but big contributions –
reflections on cerebellar circuitry in
action, perception, & cognition’

 


ILCB16.06.22: The BAND-lab at ILCB, Marseille

 

Sonja  is giving a keynote talk at the Institute of 
Language, Communication and the Brain
(ILCB) in Marseille

The talk is titled
‘Little brain but big contributions –
cerebellar circuitry in (temporal) prediction’

 


20220602_14020102.06.22: The BAND-lab at FPN Research day

 

Antonio is giving a talk during the Research day
of the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN), 
Maastricht University. 

The talk is titled
‘Timing in dynamic environments’

 


icon18.05.22: The BAND-lab at ICON

Antonio, Daniel and Anna are presenting their posters
at the International Conference of
Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON), in Helsinki. 
Their posters are on comparative and translational
research in rhythm cognition (Antonio & Daniel), 
and on physiological reactions to aesthetic musical
experiences during live concerts (Anna). 

 


DSC_027812.05.22: The BAND-lab at NP&PP Research day

Hanna, Xanthate, Pia and Antonio are presenting
their work
during the Research day of the
Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology Department,
Maastricht University. 

Antonio co-organized the event, which was themed
‘Past, Present, Future’. Sonja guided reflections on
research, education and department interactions.

 


109.05.22: The BAND-lab at Pint of Science

Xanthate and Pia are going to present at the
Pint of Science festival in Maastricht. 

Their talks are part of the session entitled
‘Do you hear what I hear?’
Find more info here

 


FRbRWgNXwAAa8Ra28.04.22: The BAND-lab at NVP

Sonja is giving a keynote talk at the NVP
Brain & Cognition conference. Her talk is entitled
‘Little brain’ but big contributions – reflections on
cerebellar circuitry in action, perception, and cognition’

Antonio is presenting a poster entitled 
‘Modelling temporal predictions in humans’ rhythm and beat processing’.

 


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12.04.22: The BAND-lab at Max Planck Institute

Antonio Criscuolo is visiting Molly J. Henry’s lab at
the MPI for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt.

His stay is funded by the Royal Netherlands Academy
of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

 


Capture31.03.22: The BAND-lab at Pittsburg University

Sonja Kotz is giving a talk at Pittsburg University

The title is
“The predictive brain: Evidence on function and dysfunction”

Find more info here


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17.03.22: The BAND-lab at MIB, Aarhus

Antonio Criscuolo is giving a talk at the
Center for Music in the Brain (MIB), Aarhus University. 

The title is
“Temporal predictions in rhythm and beat processing”. 

Find more info here

 


Women Researchers Festival (event)07.03.22: The BAND-lab at the Women Researchers’ Festival

Xanthate Duggirala and Pia Brinkmann
pitched their PhD projects at the
Women Researchers’ Festival,
which was held online and organized by the
Female Empowerment group at Maastricht University.

Find more info here.

 


Capture18.02.22: The BAND-lab at King’s College London

Katerina Kandylaki is giving a talk for the
neuroimaging seminars at King’s College London

The title is “Rhythm and other stories:
naturalistic and neurobiologically relevant
approaches in language comprehension”

Find more info here

 


Screenshot 2022-02-24 11555019.01.22: The BAND-lab at SocialBridges

Sonja Kotz is in the organizing committee
of the Social Bridges e-conference,
“The Biological bases of music”. 
Antonio Criscuolo is presenting a poster on
“Comparative rhythm cognition”, showing
similarities in rhythm processing in humans and macaque monkeys.  

Find the online recording here
and his tweet here

 


FBGIt7GXEAAN4f007.10.21: The BAND-lab at CuttingEEG

Antonio Criscuolo is presenting a poster at
CuttingEEG conference, hosted by
Aix-Marseille University. 

The poster is entitled
“Towards individual fingerprinting: neurophysiological
signatures of rhythm and beat processing”. 

Find his tweet here

 


Screenshot 2022-02-24 11183924.06.21: The BAND-lab at RPPW

Sonja Kotz at the Rhythm Production and
Perception Workshop. The talk by collaborator
Anna Kasdan is entitled
“Identifying a brain network for musical rhythm”.

Find the online recording here

 


132606334_2765815263641712_5325019068975311742_n18.06.21: The BAND-lab at NeuroMusic VII

Antonio Criscuolo is presenting a poster at the
“Neuroscience and Music” conference,
hosted by the Center for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University. 

The poster is entitled
“The Neuroanatomy of Musical Expertise:
A systematic review and meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies”

Find more info here

 


afbeelding-116.06.21: The BAND-lab at the Martinos Center

Sonja Kotz is giving a talk at the Martinos Center
for Biomedical Imaging, affiliated with
Harvard and MIT.

The talk is entitled
“Cerebellar circuitry and the timing of (sensori-)motor behavior”

Find the online recording here

 


Tinnitus-101-blog14.06.21: The BAND-lab at the Tinnitus mini-symposium

Sonja Kotz is giving a talk entitled
“Timing and Prediction in Audition”. 

Find more info here

 


afbeelding02.06.21: The BAND-lab at International Seminars Music-language

Sonja Kotz is giving a talk entitled
“Time and rhythm in language learning”. 

Find the online recording here

 


afbeelding-128.01.21: The BAND-lab at BrainLab

Sonja Kotz is giving a keynote talk
at the Women in Neuroscience Symposium. 

The talk is entitled
“Cortico-subcortico-cortical circuitry
and the timing of sensorimotor behaviour”.

 

Find more info here.

 


afbeelding-123.10.20: The BAND-lab at SNL

Sonja Kotz is giving a talk about
‘Growing up in Science’ at the
Society for Neurobiology of Language.

The recording is available through January 2021
on the SNL webpage, after log in.

Find more info here.

 


beat_MB30.11.20: The BAND-lab at Studium Generale

Katerina Kandylaki is giving a lecture
in the online lecture series  “Understanding Language”
organised by Studium Generale.

Her talk is titled
‘Rhythm in Speech and Language Processing’.

Find more info here.

 


K-rhythm-excercise29.05.19: The BAND-lab at Pint of Science

Katerina Kandylaki and the collaborator 
Andrea Ravignani presented their research in a
fun and accessible way, bridging the gap
between science and communication.

Find more info here.

 


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