BIOACOUSTICS WINTER SCHOOL - BWS - dead line registrations on 30/09/20

From January 4, 2021 to January 15, 2021

Dead line septembre 20,  2020
on the site of the university of saint etienne

- Short and intense training
- 2 weeks > 80 hours of class + tutored project
- Every January at the University of Lyon/Saint-Etienne by the Sensory Neuro-Ethology Team of the Neuro-PSI ENES laboratory.
- Pedagogical team made up of researchers from the Neuro-PSI laboratory and outside.
- Open to scientists in training (PhDs, Masters), researchers in post, engineers in engineering offices, veterinarians in training or in activity, wildlife managers, members of associations for the protection of nature, etc...

Teaching objectives


Training in scientific issues and the use of bioacoustic tools.
At the end of the training, the following skills will have been acquired:
- to know how to use the basic equipment necessary for any study in bioacoustics (digital tape recorder, microphones, loudspeakers);
- to have acquired basic knowledge of sound as well as the rudiments of signal processing (use of software such as PRAAT and Seewave);
- be able to set up a bioacoustic study (scientific question, protocol, carrying out experiments, analysis of results);
- have a general knowledge of the world of bioacoustics and its interests, both in basic and applied research.
The two weeks of training are concluded with an oral examination to assess the skills acquired. Students will have a degree in bioacoustics, certified by the University of Lyon/Saint-Etienne.

Organizers:


Nicolas Mathevon, Professor, University of Lyon/Saint-Etienne (Neuro-PSI)
Frédéric Sèbe, Senior Lecturer, University of Lyon/Saint-Etienne (Neuro-PSI)

For any information or registration request, please contact Nicolas Mathevon: mathevon@univ-st-etienne.fr

Preferential rate for students enrolled in a master's degree in Ethology or a master's degree in Acoustics at the University of Lyon/Saint-Etienne as well as for doctoral students enrolled in the SIS Doctoral School.

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