14th Speech in Noise Workshop, 12-13 January 2023, Split, Croatia 14th Speech in Noise Workshop, 12-13 January 2023, Split, Croatia

SPIN2023 will be in Split, Croatia!

After years of stalling due to the pandemic, SPIN will finally find its way to Croatia! The meeting will be entirely in person, and there will be no online participation.

Submissions are now closed. Registration is opened.

Check our programme overview, or a preliminary version of our full programme!

Submissions are now closed!

If you have submitted an abstract, you should have received a decision email from the organisers around 27 November. If not, please contact us.

If you have not submitted an abstract but still would like to do so, contact us and we'll see if that can be arranged.

Instructions on poster format will posted in the FAQ.


Registration is now open until the 5th of December 2022.

Registration is €130 and includes full catering (coffee breaks, lunches on Thursday and Friday, and gala dinner on Thursday).

To pay by invoice, please choose "Bank Wire" and get in touch with us at info@speech-in-noise.eu with details that needs to be included in the invoice.


Note that we have negotiated rooms at a discounted price at the conference hotel. See details on the Venue page.

Programme overview

Keynote Lecture:

“Cochlear coding mechanisms: from animal to human data”

Jérôme Bourien
University of Montpellier - Institute for Neurosciences of Montpellier (Inserm U1298), Montpellier, France

Confirmed speakers are:

  • Peter Carolan
    University of Manchester, United Kingdom
    Listening effort and motivation
  • Giulia Cartocci
    Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy
    EEG-based assessment of listening effort in deaf and normal hearing persons
  • Lucile Gelin
    Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, France
    Handling classroom babble noise in an automatic speech recognition-powered educational application
  • Thomas Koelewijn
    University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands
    How voice perception affects listening effort
  • Jens Kreitewolf
    McGill University, Montreal, Canada
    Understanding speech from different talkers: The use of voice features in cocktail-party listening
  • Abigail Kressner
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark | Rigshospitalet, Denmark
    Examination of the relationship between spatial speech-in-noise and localization ability
  • Amanda Saksida
    Institute for Maternal and Child Health - IRCCS “Burlo Garofolo” - Trieste, Trieste, Italy
    Pupil dilation as an index of listening effort and auditory attention in young children with hearing impairment
  • Khiet Truong
    University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
    Towards spoken interaction with embodied agents
  • Thibault Vicente
    University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
    Effect of head-related transfer function individualisation on spatial release from masking in the median plane

See our full programme for details.


Last modified 2022-12-02 19:29:37