Psychoacoustics, Physiology of Hearing, and Auditory Modelling, from the Ear to the Brain
19-24 Jun 2022 Lyon (France)

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About ISH

The International Symposium on Hearing (ISH) is held every three years (when there is no global pandemic) in Europe since 1969. This interdisciplinary meeting brings together established researchers as well as young talents specializing in psychophysics, physiology and models of hearing. Historically, its aim was to stimulate discussion on the physiological mechanisms underlying auditory perception and provides the basis for a better understanding of auditory function. Modelling approaches complement the experimental studies and serve as a framework for interpreting the results and developing new experimental paradigms. The topics cover fundamental concepts of neural coding and signal processing at various levels along the auditory pathway, consequences for auditory perception in various acoustic environments, as well as implications for behavioural and cognitive aspects of auditory perception ,and compensation strategies for people with hearing impairment. The 2022 meeting is in line with its predecessors, with emphasis on psychoacoustics, physiology of hearing, and auditory modelling, from the ear to the brain.

ISH is a small collegial meeting typically held in a cloistered setting. The program is limited to 50-60 podium presentations of about 20 min. There are no parallel sessions, and participants are expected to attend the majority of the sessions throughout the week. Each presenter also writes a proceeding. For the 2022 edition, the proceedings will be made available in the form of preprints, which will not compromise the future publications of these papers in journals that accept preprints. Each contributing author will be asked to comment on at least two other papers before the meeting. The preprints will be opened to comments from everybody before and after the meeting. A limited number of poster presentations (without proceeding) will also be scheduled.

The total number of participants, including podium speakers, is limited to 120-150 people. Presentations will be selected by the organizing committee on the basis of scientific excellence and topic. Due to the restricted number of participants, we can only accommodate a limited number of authors for each accepted paper to attend the conference.

Previous ISH meetings and proceedings

ISH 2018
Snekkersten, Denmark: Hearing: Psychophysics, Physiology, and Models. Edited by T. Dau, E. MacDonald, B. Epp, J. Marozeau, S. Santurette, I. Winter, B.C.J. Moore, L. Carney. Acta Acustica united with Acustica. Special issue. https://ish2018.dk
ISH 2015
Groningen, Netherlands: Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Cognition in Normal and Impaired Hearing. Edited by P. van Dijk, D. Başkent, E. Gaudrain, E. de Kleine, A. Wagner, C. Lanting. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25474-6 https://ish2015.nl
ISH 2012
Cambridge, United-Kingdom: Basic Aspects of Hearing, Physiology and Perception. Edited by B.C.J. Moore, R.D. Patterson, I.M. Winter, R.P. Carlyon, H.E. Gockel. Springer: New York.
ISH 2009
Salamanca, Spain: The Neurophysiological Bases of Auditory Perception. Edited by E.A. Lopez-Poveda, A.R. Palmer, R. Meddis. Springer: New York.
ISH 2006
Cloppenburg, Germany: Hearing-From Sensory Processing to Perception. Edited by B. Kollmeier, G. Klump, V. Hohmann, U. Langemann, M Mauermann, S. Uppenkamp, J. Verhey. Springer: New York.
ISH 2003
Dourdan, France: Auditory signal processing: physiology, psychoacoustics, and models. Edited by D. Pressnitzer, A. de Cheveigné, S. McAdams, L. Collet. Springer: New York.
ISH 2000
Mierlo, Netherlands: Physiological and psychophysical bases of auditory function. Edited by D.J. Breebaart, A.J.M. Houtsma, A. Kohlrausch, V.F. Prijs, R. Schoonhoven. Shaker Publishing: Maastricht.
ISH 1997
Grantham, United-Kingdom: Psychophysical and physiological advances in hearing. Edited by A.R. Palmer, A. Rees, A.Q. Summerfield, R. Meddis. Whurr Publisher: London.
ISH 1994
Irsee, Germany: Advances in Hearing Research. Edited by G. A. Manley, G. M. Klump, C. Koppl, H. Fastl, H. Oeckinghaus. World Scientific: Singapore.
ISH 1991
Carcans, France: Auditory Physiology and Perception. Edited by Y. Cazals, L. Demany and K. Horner. Pergamon: Oxford.
ISH 1988
Groningen, Netherlands: Basic issues in hearing. Edited by H. Duifhuis, J.W. Horst, H.P. Wit. Academic Press: London.
ISH 1986
Cambridge, United-Kingdom: Auditory frequency selectivity. Edited by B.C.J. Moore and R.D. Patterson. Plenum Press: New York.
ISH 1983
Bad Nauheim, F.R. Germany: Hearing - physiological bases and psychophysics. Edited by R. Klinke, R. Hartmann. Springer Verlag: Berlin.
ISH 1980
Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands: Psychophysical, physiological and behavioural studies in hearing. Edited by G. van der Brink, F.A. Bilsen. Delft University Press: Delft.
ISH 1977
Keele, United-Kingdom: Psychophysics and physiology of hearing. Edited by E.F. Evans, J.P. Wilson. Academic Press: London.
ISH 1974
Tutzing, F.R. Germany: Facts and models in hearing. Edited by E. Zwicker, E. Terhardt. Springer Verlag: Berlin.
ISH 1972
Eindhoven, Netherlands: Hearing theory. Edited by B.L. Cardozo. IPO: Eindhoven.
ISH 1969
Driebergen, Netherlands: Frequency analysis and periodicity detection in hearing. Edited by R. Plomp, G.F. Smoorenburg. Sijthoff: Leiden.
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