Cognition and Natural Sensory Processing Initiative (CNSP)
CNSP is an open science initiative providing a platform for facilitating research on natural sensory processing.
CNSP activities and projects:
- CNSP Virtual Workshops, where you can learn methodologies for neural signal processing in the case of natural scenes and sound perception.
- CND: A standardised data structure for natural sensory processing datasets
- CNSP Resources, including standardised datasets and tutorials (e.g., mTRF-Toolbox, EelBrain)
- CNSP project (supported by a generous travel scholarship from mBrainTrain). The student Giorgio Piazza will carry out a project on speech perception with Giovanni Di Liberto at TCD and the CNSP team
Schedule:Learn more about previous and future workshops here.
- CNSP2023: tbd (please get in touch if you would like to be involved)
- CNSP2022: Giovanni Di Liberto (coordinator), Mick Crosse, Nate Zuk, Aaron Nidiffer, Giorgia Cantisani, Stephanie Haro
- CNSP2021: Giovanni Di Liberto (coordinator), Mick Crosse, Nate Zuk, Aaron Nidiffer
CNSP2022 lectures and tutorialsCheck out the videos of all the sessions of CNSP2022 here.
and the CNSP2022 booklet for further information. More resources from CNSP2022 (code, datasets and tutorials) can be found here.
CNSP2021 lectures and tutorialsCheck out the videos of all the sessions of CNSP2021 here.
and the CNSP2021 booklet for further information.
If you would like to receive updates about the workshop, you can sign up for the Google group CNSP Workshop by clicking the link for the group and pressing the button "Ask to join group":
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