"Primate Vocal Communication and Cognition"
6-10 November 2023
@ Kyoto North Campus and Inuyama Campus of Kyoto University, JAPAN
The University Vienna/Kyoto University Autumn School is part of a long lasting and fruitful collaboration between the two institutions. Get to know other students as well as leading experts in primate vocal communication and combine lectures with practical experience.
Date and Place:
6-8 Nov. @ Science Seminar House, North Campus, Kyoto
9-10 Nov. @ Center for the Evolutionary Origins of Human Behavior, Inuyama Campus
Only complete applications received by 15th October 2023 will be considered.
For Students of the Kyoto University, we will be able to support fully travel fees (Shinkansen Express and hotel)!
10:00-11:30, 13:00-14:30, 14:30-16:00 lectures
Nicolas Claidière "New insights into the social cognition of non-human primates using automatic cognitive testing"
W. Tecumseh Fitch
16:00- campus tour
17:30- Welcome reception
Coen Elemans "Embodied motor control of the animal voice"
11:00- bus to Arashiyama
13:00- field visit @Monkey Park Iwatayama, Arashiyama
9:30- lecture by Prof. Herbst
11:00- KURCA talk by Prof. Herbst
12:15- bus to BKC Ritsumeikan Univ.
13:30- practice @ BKC Ritsumeikan Univ.
Christian T. Herbst & Isao T. Tokuda “Sound experiments with excised larynges”
16:30- bus to Kyoto
17:00- KURCA poster session with light meals
move to Inuyama campus
Hiroki Koda "Vocal and social behaviors in primates"
Hiroki Koda “Programming for analyses of behaviors”
15:00-16:00 campus tour
Ikuma Adachi “Comparative cognitive science in chimpanzees”
13:00-14:00 practice cont.
Ikuma Adachi “Comparative cognitive science of primates”
15:30- Inuyama castle (National Treasure of Japan)
Strategic Partnerships Program of Kyoto University-University of Vienna
Department of Behavioral and Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna
Center for the Evolutionary Origins of Human Behavior, Kyoto University, Inuyama
KURCA Multi-layer Network Research Unit
KAKENHI (S) "Evolutionary foundations of communicative behavior: imitation, empathy, and reward" (to Prof. Kazuo Okanoya)
financial supported by the Kyoto University-University of Vienna Joint Grant Program 2023