Steven Colburn, director of the Hearing Research Center, started meeting with colleagues in the area of binaural hearing research over 20 years ago to discuss research ideas in an informal setting with a roundtable discussion structure. The meetings became annual and have continued to grow as more researchers, faculty, and students became interested in discussing research ideas and hearing about what areas are being investigated in the binaural hearing field. The annual meeting was termed the Binaural Bash because the creators saw it less as a formal conference and more as a casual setting for friends and colleagues to share research ideas and problems. The Binaural Bash is a two-day, weekend event with the goal of creating an informal and uninhibited interchange among a group of people to discuss issues related to binaural hearing research.
The 2016 Binaural Bash
18 – 19 November 2016
Registration fees: $50 for professionals and $25 for students. Registration fees can be paid via cash or check on-site, or by credit card online.
Please RSVP to Nicole Ford Burley, and let us know if you’d like to give a presentation or if you’ll need parking.
Friday, November 18
8am: Registration, coffee and breakfast refreshments (Colloquium Room, Photonics Center)
9am: Talks begin, and continue all day
2:30pm: Coffee break
6:00pm: Dinner at the Colburn residence
Saturday, November 19
8am: Coffee and breakfast refreshments
9am: Talks begin, and continue until midday