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DAY 1

Friday, September 20

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12.30-14.00

Registration

 

14.00-14.15

Opening remarks

Music brain and cognitive stimulation: Looking toward the future

Emmanuel Bigand

Université de Bourgogne, France

 

TOPIC 1 – MUSIC AUDITION AND LANGUAGE

 

14.15-15.15

Language, memory, and brain: Do we learn language in the same brain systems that rats use to learn a maze?

Michael T. Ullman

Departments of Neuroscience, Linguistics, Psychology and Neurology

Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA

 

15.15-15.30

Questions

 

15.30-18.00

Music and prosody in the rehabilitation of auditory processing and language disorders

Workpackage leader: Sonja A. Kotz
School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
& Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

 

Boosting speech perception and production via music rhythm entrainment

Nia Cason

Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes, INSERM-AMU, Marseille, France

Introduced by Daniele Schön

 

Language and music perception piggyback meter: Evidence from behavior and EEG

Eleanor Harding

MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Introduced by Sonja Kotz

 

Coffee break

 

The neural correlates of metrical organisation

Sujin Hong
IMHSD, Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK 

Introduced by Katie Overy

 

Pitch perception and cochlear implants
Richard Penninger
Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

Introduced by Marc Leman

 

General Discussion with speakers and supervisors


18.00

End of sessions

 

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DAY 2

Saturday, September 21

 

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TOPIC 2 - MUSIC MEMORY AND LEARNING

 

9.00-9.45

Impact of cognitive training and physical exercise training

Louis Bherer

PERFORM Centre
Concordia University, Montréal, Canada

 

9.45-10.00 

Questions

 

10.00-13.00

Music in the rehabilitation of memory and learning

Workpackage leader: Severine Samson

Institut Universitaire de France, University of Lille-Nord de France, Lille, France
& La Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France

 

Boosting implicit learning with temporal regularities 
Tatiana Selchenkova 
Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, Team Auditory Cognition and Psychoacoustics, Lyon, France 

Introduced by Barbara Tillmann

 

Word learning in adults: Effect of music and social interaction

Laura Verga

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Introduced by Sonja Kotz

 

Coffee break

 

Investigating effects of music on cognitive functions using fNIRS

Laura Ferreri

Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France

Introduced by Emmanuel Bigand and Aurélia Bugaiska

 

Memory for songs: Binding of lyrics and melodies

Irène Alonso

University of Lille-Nord de France, Lille, France 
& La Salpêtrière Hospital (Centre de Recherche de l'Institut du Cerveau et de la Moëlle Épinière - CRICM), Paris, France

Introduced by Severine Samson

 

General Discussion with speakers and supervisors

 

13.00-14.30

Lunch

 

14.30-16.00

Poster Session 

 

Coffee break


16.00-18.00

Demos of interventions

 

18.00

End of sessions

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DAY 3

Sunday, September 22

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TOPIC 3 - MUSIC AND MOVEMENT

 

9.00-9.45

Communication and interaction in language and music

Luciano Fadiga
Human Physiology Department, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy 
& RBCS Department, The Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy

 

9.45-10.00

Questions

 

10.00-13.00

Music and motor rehabilitation

Workpackage leader: Eckart Altenmüller

University of Music, Drama  and Media, Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians Medicine 

Hannover, Germany

 

Neuronal correlates of the effects of auditory cueing on gait in Parkinson’s disease

Nicolas Farrugia

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Introduced by Simone Dalla Bella and Sonja Kotz

 

Effects of auditory cueing on motor, sensorimotor and perceptual abilities in Parkinson’s disease

Charles-Etienne Benoît

University of Finance and Management in Warsaw, Poland
& Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Introduced by Simone Dalla Bella and Sonja Kotz

 

Coffee break

 

Adaptation and anticipation in sensorimotor synchronization

Marieke van der Steen

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Research Group "Music Cognition & Action", Leipzig, Germany

Introduced by Peter Keller

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

& The MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney, Australia

 

Sounds on time: Auditory feedback in learning, re-learning and over-learning of movement regularity

Floris van Vugt

University of Music, Drama and Media, Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians Medicine, Hannover, Germany
and Université Lyon-1, Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, Lyon, France

Introduced by Eckart Altenmüller and Barbara Tillmann

 

General Discussion with speakers and supervisors

 

13.00
Concluding remarks

 

13.00
Lunch

 

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Pavia, Università degli Studi
20-22 September 2013
Neuromusic Conference in cooperation with the University of Pavia


EBRAMUS - Europe, BRAin and MUSic Network Final conference of an Initial Training Network Marie Curie of the 7th Framework programme of the European Union
Rehabilitation of auditory functions and language deficits, benefits of music for more general cognitive functions (learning, memory), timing behaviour and the use of music in motor rehabilitation

PROGRAM PREVIEW: sessions on Memory, Language, Movement Keynote lectures, poster sessions, workshop and demonstrations

APPLICATIONS: 52 selected participants will be admitted to the conference with free registration. In addition, up to 30 participants may attend the meeting with an enrolment fee of € 150. To participate in the selection, a letter including statement of interest and connection of activities with conference topics, and CV attached should be sent to Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. by June 15.

POSTER SUBMISSION: Posters will be selected on the basis of merit, interest to the research community and relevance to the following themes: Music and prosody in the rehabilitation of auditory processing and language disorders, Music in the rehabilitation of memory and learning, Music and motor rehabilitation. The poster form will be available on www.fondazione-mariani.org from May 6.

ENROLMENTS: available at www.fondazione-mariani.org from June 3.



 

 

Vicepresident
Maria Majno

Meeting coordinator
Samuele Spinelli

PR and Promotion
Renata Brizzi


Fondazione Pierfranco e Luisa Mariani
Viale Bianca Maria 28 - 20129 Milan, Italy
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Tel: +39 02 795458; Fax: +39 02 76009582

The poster session will be held on Saturday, September 21st from 2.30 to 4 pm at Palazzo Botta (Pv), with the following themes:
1. Music and prosody in the rehabilitation of auditory processing and language disorders
2. Music in the rehabilitation of memory and learning
3. Music and motor rehabilitation.

Each poster must have the following size:
height 100 cm
width 70 cm

Information about poster venue and setup will be published online in the next weeks.
For any further information you may require, please contact: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.
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 New perspectives for stimulating cognitive and sensory processes

  PAVIA, Italy
  Palazzo Botta, University of Pavia
  20 - 22 September 2013


In partnership with
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EBRAMUS: Europe BRAin and MUSic (ITN MC FP7, GA 238157)

 
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University of Finance and Management in Warsaw       University of Pavia

 

EBRAMUS - Europe, BRAin and MUSic Network Final Conference of an Initial Training Network Marie Curie of the 7th Framework programme of the European Union


The final conference of the EBRAMUS Network presents an intensive program including the most up-to-date research carried out in a dozen European centres by first-line young researchers under the supervision of major authorities in the field.
EBRAMUS has been investigating an attractive, promising new research avenue at the intersection of neuroscience, the human sciences and new technologies: Can music boost sensory, cognitive and motor development in normal and impaired children and adults? The project assesses this issue in an integrative way by combining behavioural, neurophysiological, neuropsychological and computational methods.
Over the weekend of 20-22 September 2013, three focus topics will cover both basic and clinical research, addressing the potential role of music in rehabilitation: 1. rehabilitation of auditory functions and language deficits, 2. benefits of music for more general cognitive functions (learning, memory) and 3. timing behaviour and the use of music in motor rehabilitation.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emmanuel Bigand
Université de Bourgogne, France

Simone Dalla Bella
EuroMov, University of Montpellier 1, France

Luisa Lopez
Child Neurology Unit, “Eugenio Litta” Center for Developmental Disabilities, Grottaferrata
Rome and University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy

Daniele Schön
Univeristy of the Mediterranean, Marseille, France

Barbara Tillmann
Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, France

Tomaso Vecchi
University of Pavia, Italy

Venues

- Aula Golgi
Main sessions, coffee breaks
Palazzo Botta, Piazza Botta 1, Pavia

- Palazzo Botta
Poster sessions
Palazzo Botta, Piazza Botta 1, Pavia


Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa

How to reach Pavia

By Plane
Pavia is served by the Milan Linate (58 km) and Milan Malpensa (85 km) Airports.
For Trasfer from and to the airports check Corriere SGEA.
By Train
The link service to the Central Station of Milan daily basis, with trains departing every 30 minutes.
For information on schedules and fares see the link: www.trenitalia.it 
By Car
From Milan: take the A7 motorway (Milan-Genoa) towards Genova. Take the highway exit Pavia Nord-Bereguardo. Then take the A53 in the direction of Pavia, Pavia-Via Riviera exit. The total distance is about 45 km, the journey time is approximately 40 minutes (in normal traffic). Along the main road Giovi (S.S. 35).
From Genova: take the A7 (Milan-Genova) in the direction of Milan. Take the highway exit Pavia Nord-Bereguardo. Then take the A53 in the direction of Pavia, Pavia-Via Riviera exit.
From Turin: Pavia: 155 miles along the A21 Turin-Piacenza, exit Casteggio-Casatisma, then SR 35 Dei Giovi, to Pavia Center. From Piacenza: Pavia: 54 km on the A21 Piacenza-Torino, exit Broni-Stradella, SR 617 Bronese direction Pavia, Pavia Center.


Audience and official language

The Conference is intended for professionals involved in the study of the relations between neurosciences, music and development.
The Conference is held in English.

 

Registration of participants at the conference
Aula Golgi, Palazzo Botta

Certificates and credits

Participants will receive the certificate of participation in the Conference at the end of the last session.

Changes
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to modify the program according to scientific or organizational considerations.


Mariani Foundation staff

The Mariani Foundation' staff is at the disposal of Speakers and Participants
until September 19 at the Foundation's offices in Milan
from June 20 to 22 at the Pavia meeting site (Palazzo Botta)

A local mobile phone contact will be provided at the conference.

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ENROLMENTS ARE OPEN

Enrolment fees include several facilities:
- participation in the scientific sessions
- coffee breaks
- special welcome event
- local taxes.

Al fees are quoted in euros.
FEES
General attendance
Externals*1
150
0

* Externals: 52 selected participants will be admitted to the conference with free registration. To participate in the selection, a letter including statement of interest and connection of activities with conference topics, and CV attached should be sent to Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. by June 12 (postponed to July 10th, 2013).
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