Prof István Winkler is a leading expert in the investigation of auditory memory and perceptual sound organization using electrophysiological methods. He received M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering at the Budapest University of Technology (1981) and in psychology at the Eötvös Loránd Science University (1985). He completed his PhD at Helsinki University (1993) and defended his Doctor of Academy (Academy Professor) thesis in psychology at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2005). He has been a research fellow of the European Science Foundation (1987), at the Max Planck Institute of Psychology in Munich (1994), and at the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2007). He received the Samuel Sutton Award (1995), the Kardos Lajos Award (2004), and served as Leibniz professor at the Leipzig University (2003-2004).
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