Due to the university's measures against COVID-19, the ISLE talks for this semester (FS 21) are currently held via Zoom.
This semester, the ISLE colloquium will be a joint event organized with the NCCR Evolving Language and the Brain & Cognition colloquium in Geneva.
The colloquium take place on Tuesdays from 12:15 to 13:45.
Contact us if you would like to participate in the zoom meeting or discuss any ISLE related topic or ongoing study.
|29.09.2020||B&C-NCCR||Zoom||The social brain: Neural basis of social motivation||Camilla Bellone (University of Geneva)|
|13.10.2020||ISLE||Y15 G-19 / Zoom||Integrating Human Genetics and Linguistic Diversity||Chiara Barbieri (University of Zurich)|
|27.10.2020||ISLE-NCCR||Zoom||Agent-based and mathematical models of cultural language evolution||Bart de Boer (VUB, Artificial Intelligence Research Group)|
|03.11.2020||ISLE||Zoom||Computational Properties of Language in Deep Learning Architectures||James Henderson (EPFL / Idiap)|
|10.11.2020||ISLE||Zoom||Longitudinal patterns of emoji usage in the What's up Switzerland corpus: methodological issues and preliminary investigations||Aris Xanthos (University of Lausanne)|
|24.11.2020||B&C-NCCR||Zoom||The listening challenges of multi-speaker environments: Mechanisms for focusing and distributing attention||Elena Zion-Golumbic (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)|
|01.12.2020||ISLE||Zoom||Inferring past populations dynamics from languages and genes with Approximate Bayesian Computation||Sylvia Ghirotto (University of Ferrara)|
|08.12.2020||ISLE||Zoom||Brain networks at play for emotional prosody processing||Didier Grandjean (University of Geneva)|