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.
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.