A limit in our attention means that we don’t detect every single sound. However, new research suggests that we almost always pay attention to the human voice.
RITMO aims to expand our understanding of rhythm as a fundamental property of human life.
By measuring how the pupils dilate and diminish in different situations, researchers gain an insight into humans’ emotions and cognitive processes. Now researchers at RITMO and MultiLing have developed the very first open online course in Pupillometry.
Çağrı Erdem wants the machine to become a better partner for music production. He recently completed a PhD where he investigated what he called «shared control,» where he developed several interactive systems.
Postdoctoral fellowship in Psychology-Inspired Computing for Robot AssistantsDepartment: RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and MotionFaculty: Faculty of HumanitiesLanguages: EnglishDeadline: Tuesday, November 29, 2022