Eva Triantafyllou and Olga Timcenko have a paper accepted for the 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies in Athens.
Here is the paper: Technology-Enhanced Mathematics Education for Creative Engineering Studies. by Triantafyllou, Eva and Timcenko, Olga.
At the European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering Annual Conference in Çeşme, Turkey, Eva Triantafyllou and Olga Timcenko won the best paper award for:
Introducing a Flipped Classroom for a Statistics Course: a Case Study. /Triantafyllou, Eva; Timcenko, Olga. Proceedings of the 25th European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering. 2014. (won the best paper award, Olga attended the conference 30-31 May 2014 in Cesme, Turkey.)
Hendrik Purwins is co-author of a work that will be presented at the conference “The Neurosciences and Music” in Dijon 29th of May- 1st of June
2014. Title: The polyphonic brain: Extracting the neural representation of rhythmic structure for separate voices of polyphonic music using ERPs.
Rapid changes in the stimulus envelope (indicating tone onsets) elicit an N1-P2 ERP response, as has been shown for clicks and sine waves, musical tones and for speech. Canonical Correlation Analysis with temporal embedding (tkCCA), a multivariate correlation-based method, allows to extract brain responses to these changes in continuous auditory stimuli.