Category Archives for Edi­to­ri­al Notes

Sto­ry time: Hen­ry & Oble­ser (2012) revis­it­ed

Sto­ry time: Some time in ear­ly 2011, I sat down with an Amer­i­can, fresh PhD grad­u­ate who had just joined my new lab, in a Leipzig bar (Café Can­tona; if you are inter­est­ed you can find this great 24⁄7 bar … Con­tin­ue read­ing

13. January 2017 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Cortex, Auditory Neuroscience, Editorial Notes, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Psychology |

MSc stu­dent Lea-Maria Schmitt wins Col­in Cher­ry Award 2017

Wow: Mas­sive con­grat­u­la­tions to Lea Schmitt, who just has been award­ed the Col­in Cher­ry Award 2017 at the 9th Speech in Noise (SPIN) work­shop in Old­en­burg. Ger­many. The Col­in Cher­ry award hon­ours the best poster (audi­ence award) and gets you a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

06. January 2017 by Jonas
Categories: Attention, Events, Executive Functions |

PhD Stu­dent Lorenz Fiedler join­ing the Black­mar­ket for Use­ful Knowl­edge and Non-Knowledge, No. 19 as an expert

Dis­abil­i­ty, techno-bodies, and the ques­tion of auton­o­my. On Fri­day the 21th Octo­ber, Lorenz is join­ing the 19th “Schwarz­markt des Wis­sens” in Ham­burg. “The Black­mar­ket attempts to bring togeth­er areas, which gen­er­al­ly do not belong togeth­er in pub­lic per­cep­tion: the real­i­ty of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

20. October 2016 by Simon Grosnick
Categories: Events |

Wir suchen Postdoc-Verstärkung. (In Ger­man for once.)

From autumn on, or at the ear­li­est con­ve­nience, we are look­ing for a new post­doc for the (still fair­ly new) Oble­ser lab in Lübeck. Please see the job advert here. Dead­line for appli­ca­tions is July 6. From this par­tic­u­lar posthold­er we hope for … Con­tin­ue read­ing

17. June 2016 by Jonas
Categories: Editorial Notes, Job Offers, Uncategorized |

[UPDATE] New paper in PNAS: Spa­tiotem­po­ral dynam­ics of audi­to­ry atten­tion syn­chro­nize with speech, Woest­mann et al.

Wöst­mann, Her­rmann, Maess and Oble­ser demon­strate that the hemi­spher­ic lat­er­al­iza­tion of neu­ral alpha oscil­la­tions mea­sured in the mag­ne­toen­cephalo­gram (MEG) syn­chro­nizes with the speech sig­nal and pre­dicts lis­ten­ers’ speech com­pre­hen­sion. Now avail­able online: Press release:

26. February 2016 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Cortex, Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Perception, Auditory Speech Processing, Editorial Notes, EEG / MEG, Executive Functions, Neural Oscillations, Neural Phase, Papers, Publications, Speech, Uncategorized |

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