• Multisensory integration, time structures, & abstraction in the human mind. The Bayesian Sensory Brain and Beyond, Fondation des Treilles, France.
  • Timing speech content. Cortical oscillations in speech and language processing Symposium, Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, USA.
  • Time in mind. ENP days, Paris, France.


  • Time the mind. ENS séminaires en neurosciences computationelles, Paris, France.
  • Time consciousness. Time in Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Oscillatory neural activity controls the encoding of continuous speech. BIOMAG, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Speech and neural oscillations. Groupe de recherche en audiologie expérimentale et clinique. Marseille, France.
  • Le référentiel temps comme dimension fondamentale du soi. Sens de soi dans la schizophrénie : neurosciences, phénoménologie et rétablissement. Lyon, France (Organizer : Brice Martin)
  • Comment notre cerveau conçoit-il le temps? Les nouveaux colloques de l’Orme (2016), France (Organizer : Etienne Klein)


  • Temporal Cognition. OHBA series, Oxford, UK.
  • Temporal Cognition: time as content, time as structure.MEG Symposium. Tuebingen, Germany.
  • Temporal Cognition. Brain & Mind Symposium. Långvik, Finland.
  • Time as content, time as structure. Brain & Cognition seminars. Biotech Campus, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • MEG minds about time: cortical dynamics as cognitive chronoarchitecture. Brain & Spine Institute, Imagining the normal and pathological brain dynamics, Paris, France. (Organizers: Elekta & Nathalie George & Denis Schwartz)
  • Top-down causation and optimization of neural processes. European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience, Power-laws & Multiple Scales in Neural Systems Workshop, Paris, France. (Organizers: Gaute Einvoll & Alain Destexhe)


  • Structuring events in time and the brain’s chronoarchitecture. Bernstein Conference Satellite Workshop “Neural representationsof time: experiments, models, theory”, Göttingen, Germany.
  • Cerveau, Cognition & Temps. Collège de France, Paris, France.
    Temporal event structuring & the brain’s chronoarchitecture. MaMuX seminar, IRCAM, Paris, France.
  • Temporal events structure & the brain’s chronoarchitecture. Timely ICTTP Cost, About exact temporal precision & slow information integration symposium, Corfu, Greece.
  • Reverse hierarchy learning capitalizes on supramodal processing.Synaesthesia in Perspective Workshop, Hamburg, Germany.
  • The temporal structure of sensory events & supramodal processing. Institut de la Vision, Paris, France.


  • (Supr)amodal processing. NYU, Poeppel lab, NYC,USA.
  • Neural oscillations and temporal event structuring in the brain. Timely Neuroimaging School. Magdeburg, Germany
  • Temporal logistics in brain functions: implications for temporal cognition. Strasbourg, France.
  • Kösem & van Wassenhove. Phase encoding of perceived events timing. International Multisensory Research Forum, Jerusalem, Israël.
  • Zilber, Ciuciu, Gramfort, van Wassenhove. Supramodal processing in visual learning and plasticity. International Multisensory Research Forum, Jerusalem, Israël.
  • Multisensory integration: a dynamic view.Société des Neurosciences, Lyon, France.
    Temporal logistics in brain functions.5th Computational Neurosciences Workshop, Marseille, France.


  • Temporal logistics in brain functions: implications for temporal cognition.
  • McConnell BIC, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada.
  • Temporal logistics in brain functions: implications for temporal cognition. McGovern Institute, MIT, Cambridge, USA.
  • Temporal logistics in brain functions: implications for temporal cognition. Univ Maryland College Park, USA.
  • Encoding and structuring events for time perception. Time Nanosymposium, Society for Neuroscience 2012 New Orleans, USA.
  • Temporal predictions and time awareness. Brain dynamics, temporal expectation and the awareness of time symposium, Biomag, Paris, France.
  • (en)(de)coding time in the brain. Konstanz University, Germany.
  • Timing and (supr)amodal perception. GIPSA lab, Grenoble,France.
  • (en)(de)coding time in the brain. Paris-Chicago conference on Neural Representations of Reality and Illusion. The University of Chicago Center in Paris, France.
  • Measuring time in cognitive neurosciences. Measuring Time workshop, Irish Research Council, University College Cork, Ireland.


  • Multiplexing the encoding of time. Brain dynamics and conscious time session, Time and the Conscious brain symposium, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK), Delmenhorst, Germany.
  • Empirical findings in the theoretical context of time perception/processing. International Society for the Study of Time, Time & Emergence Symposium, Paris, France.
  • Timing and temporal processes in multisensory/amodal perception. Consolider-CogNeuro seminar series, Universita Pompeus Fabra, Spain.
    Mechanisms of time perception. Neurointensive Care Conference – Delirium in the ICU, Versailles France.
  • Time and temporal processes in multisensory perception. Institut Cerveau et Moëlle Epinière, Paris, France.
  • Time and temporal processes in multisensory perception. Tübingen, Germany.
  • Time and temporal processes in multisensory perception. IRBA, France.


  • Dynamics of and in multisensory perception. Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France.
  • Timing cognition and brain dynamics. DGA-CEA day, Human-Machine interfaces, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • From neural desynchronies to perceptual unity and back. COST Timely workshop 1, Athens, Greece.
  • Access to time and timing in audiovisual perception. Multisensory day. ENS Paris, France.
  • Time-resolved large-scale brain activity: insights from cognitive neurosciences, psychophysics, magnetoencephalography (MEG), and electroencephalography (EEG). Multiscale analysis of neural systems. Gif sur Yvette, France.


  • Amodal representations in multisensory perception. Birmingham University, UK, September.


  • There is more to multisensory perception than temporal coincidence. Ecole Normale Supérieure, Département d’etudes Cognitives, Paris, France, June.
  • Multisensory perceptions and the missing Gestalts. Cerco, Toulouse, France, June.


  • Multisensory perceptions and the missing Gestalts. Neurospin, Paris, France, December.
  • Analysis-by-synthesis in auditory-visual speech perception: multi-sensory motor interfacing. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, Germany, August.


  • van Wassenhove V, Buonomano D, Shimojo S, Shams L (2006) Altering subjective time perception within and across senses. 36th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neurosciences, Atlanta, USA, October 2006.
  • van Wassenhove V (2006) Multisensory (auditory-visual) perceptions: speech and non-speech analysis systems. École Normale Supérieure, Département d’Études Cognitives, Paris, France.
  • van Wassenhove V, Seitz AR, Shams L (2006) Statistical Learning of auditory-visual associations. International Multisensory Research Forum 7th Annual Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, June 2006.


  • van Wassenhove V (2005) “Analysis-by-synthesis” in auditory-visual speech perception. 6th Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Rovereto, Italy, June 2005.
  • van Wassenhove V (2004) A brain’s eye-view of auditory-visual speech perception. University of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V (2004) Analysis-by-synthesis in auditory-visual speech perception: a forward model of multisensory integration. Nathan Kline Institute, Orangeburg, NY, USA.
  • Grant KW, van Wassenhove V (2004) Spectro-temporal interactions in auditory-visual perception: how the eyes modulate what the ears hear. Acoustical Society of America, New York, NY, May 2004.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2004) Neural dynamics of auditory-visual speech fusion. EPIC XIV, Leipzig, Germany, March 2004.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2003) A forward model of auditory visual speech fusion. Brain and Language Conference sponsored by KIT and MIT, Tokyo, Japan.