Journal Articles and Conference Proceedings   •   Books and Book Sections   •   Published Reports, Theses, and Abstracts

Journal Articles and Conference Proceedings

2019

1.Chakrabarty, D. & Elhilali, M. A Gestalt inference model for auditory scene segregation. PLOS Computational Biology, 15(1):e1006711, 2019.
2.Elhilali, M. & West, J.E. The Stethoscope Gets Smart. IEEE Spectrum, 56(02):36-41, 2019.
3.Kothinti, S., Imoto, K., Chakrabarty, D., Sell, G., Watanabe, S. & Elhilali, M. Joint acoustic and class inference for weakly supervised sound event detection. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2019.
4.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. A Model for Statistical Regularity Extraction from Dynamic Sounds. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 105(1):1-4, 2019.

2018

5.Bellur, A. & Elhilali, M. Sensory Mapping Adaptation Under Multiple Task Scenarios. In 2018 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 5579-5583, IEEE, 2018.
6.Emmanouilidou, D., McCollum, E.D., Park, D.E. & Elhilali, M. Computerized Lung Sound Screening for Pediatric Auscultation in Noisy Field Environments. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 65(7):1564-1574, 2018.
7.Huang, N., Slaney, M. & Elhilali, M. Connecting deep neural networks to physical, perceptual, and electrophysiological auditory signals. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12(532), 2018.
8.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. Detecting change in stochastic sound sequences. PLOS Computational Biology, 14(5):e1006162, 2018.

2017

9.Bellur, A. & Elhilali, M. Speech processing using adaptive auditory receptive fields. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research, pages 63-73, The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, 2017.
10.Bellur, A. & Elhilali, M. Feedback-Driven Sensory Mapping Adaptation for Robust Speech Activity Detection. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 25(3):481-492, 2017.
11.Huang, N. & Elhilali, M. Auditory salience using natural soundscapes. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141(3):2163, 2017.
12.Kaya, E.M.E.M. & Elhilali, M. Modelling auditory attention. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 372(1714):20160101, 2017.
13.McCollum, E.D., Park, D.E., Watson, N.L., Buck, W.C., Bunthi, C., Devendra, A., Ebruke, B.E., Elhilali, M., Emmanouilidou, D., Garcia-Prats, A.J., Githinji, L., Hossain, L., Madhi, S.A., Moore, D.P., Mulindwa, J., Olson, D., Awori, J.O., Vandepitte, W.P., Verwey, C., West, J.E., Knoll, M.D., O'Brien, K.L., Feikin, D.R. & Hammit, L.L. Listening panel agreement and characteristics of lung sounds digitally recorded from children aged 1–59 months enrolled in the Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) case–control study. BMJ Open Respiratory Research, 4(1):e000193, Archives of Disease in childhood, 2017.
14.Snyder, J.S. & Elhilali, M. Recent advances in exploring the neural underpinnings of auditory scene perception. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1396(1):39-55, 2017.

2016

15.Chakrabarty, D. & Elhilali, M. Abnormal sound event detection using temporal trajectories mixtures. In 2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 216-220, IEEE, 2016.
16.Emmanouilidou, D. & Elhilali, M. Rich Representation Spaces: Benefits in Digital Auscultation Signal Analysis. In 2016 IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS), pages 69-73, IEEE, 2016.
17.Wolmetz, M. & Elhilali, M. Attentional and Contextual Priors in Sound Perception. PLOS ONE, 11(2):e0149635, 2016.

2015

18.Bellur, A. & Elhilali, M. Detection of speech tokens in noise using adaptive spectrotemporal receptive fields. In 2015 49th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), pages 1-6, IEEE, 2015.
19.Chakrabarty, D. & Elhilali, M. Modeling goal-directed attention in tone sequences using a weighted Kalman filter. In 2015 49th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), pages 1-5, IEEE, 2015.
20.Carlin, M.A. & Elhilali, M. Modeling attention-driven plasticity in auditory cortical receptive fields. Frontiers in computational neuroscience, 9:106, 2015.
21.Carlin, M.A. & Elhilali, M. A Framework for Speech Activity Detection Using Adaptive Auditory Receptive Fields. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 23(12):2422-2433, 2015.
22.Chakrabarty, D. & Elhilali, M. Exploring the role of temporal dynamics in acoustic scene classification. In 2015 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), pages 1-5, IEEE, 2015.
23.Emmanouilidou, D., McCollum, E.D., Park, D.E. & Elhilali, M. Adaptive Noise Suppression of Pediatric Lung Auscultations With Real Applications to Noisy Clinical Settings in Developing Countries. IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, 62(9):2279-88, 2015.
24.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Biomimetic spectro-temporal features for music instrument recognition in isolated notes and solo phrases. EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, 2015(1):27, 2015.
25.Sell, G., Suied, C., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. Perceptual susceptibility to acoustic manipulations in speaker discrimination. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137(2):911-22, 2015.

2014

26.Akram, S., Englitz, B., Elhilali, M., Simon, J.Z. & Shamma, S.A. Investigating the Neural Correlates of a Streaming Percept in an Informational-Masking Paradigm. PLoS ONE, 9(12):e114427, 2014.
27.Ellington, L.E., Emmanouilidou, D., Elhilali, M., Gilman, R.H., Tielsch, J.M., Chavez, M.A., Marin-Concha, J., Figueroa, D., West, J. & Checkley, W. Developing a Reference of Normal Lung Sounds in Healthy Peruvian Children. Lung, 192(5):765-773, 2014.
28.Krishnan, L., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. Segregating complex sound sources through temporal coherence.. PLoS computational biology, 10(12):e1003985, 2014.
29.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. Investigating bottom-up auditory attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:327, 2014.
30.Shuai, L. & Elhilali, M. Task-dependent neural representations of salient events in dynamic auditory scenes. Frontiers in neuroscience, 8:203, 2014.

2013

31.Carlin, M.A. & Elhilali, M. Sustained Firing of Model Central Auditory Neurons Yields a Discriminative Spectro-temporal Representation for Natural Sounds. PLoS Computational Biology, 9(3):e1002982, 2013.
32.Chakrabarty, D. & Elhilali, M. Predictive analysis of two tone stream segregation via extended Kalman filter. In 2013 47th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), pages 1-7, IEEE, 2013.
33.Elhilali, M. Bayesian inference in auditory scenes. In 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013:2792-2795, IEEE, 2013.
34.Emmanouilidou, D. & Elhilali, M. Characterization of noise contaminations in lung sound recordings. In 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pages 2551-2554, IEEE, 2013.
35.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. A model of auditory deviance detection. In 2013 47th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), pages 1-6, IEEE, 2013.
36.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. Abnormality detection in noisy biosignals. In 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pages 3949-3952, IEEE, 2013.
37.Nemala, S.K., Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Recognizing the message and the messenger: biomimetic spectral analysis for robust speech and speaker recognition. International Journal of Speech Technology, 16(3):313-322, 2013.
38.Nemala, S.K., Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. A Multistream Feature Framework Based on Bandpass Modulation Filtering for Robust Speech Recognition. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 21(2):416-426, 2013.
39.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Task-driven attentional mechanisms for auditory scene recognition. In 2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 828-832, IEEE, 2013.
40.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Multiresolution auditory representations for scene classification. In IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2013.
41.Shamma, S., Elhilali, M., Ma, L., Micheyl, C., Oxenham, A.J., Pressnitzer, D., Yin, P. & Xu, Y. Temporal Coherence and the Streaming of Complex Sounds. Advances in experimental medicine and biology, 787:535-543, 2013.

2012

42.Carlin, M.A., Patil, K., Nemala, S.K. & Elhilali, M. Robust phoneme recognition based on biomimetic speech contours. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (INTERSPEECH), pages 1348-1351, 2012.
43.Ellington, L.E., Gilman, R.H., Tielsch, J.M., Steinhoff, M., Figueroa, D., Rodriguez, S., Caffo, B., Tracey, B., Elhilali, M., West, J. & Checkley, W. Computerised lung sound analysis to improve the specificity of paediatric pneumonia diagnosis in resource-poor settings: protocol and methods for an observational study. BMJ open, 2(1):e000506, 2012.
44.Emmanouilidou, D., Patil, K., West, J. & Elhilali, M. A multiresolution analysis for detection of abnormal lung sounds. In 2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2012:3139-3142, IEEE, 2012.
45.Garcia-Romero, D., Zhou, X., Zotkin, D., Srinivasan, B., Luo, Y., Ganapathy, S., Thomas, S., Nemala, S., Sivaram, G.S.V.S., Mirbagheri, M., Mallidi, S.H., Janu, T., Rajan, P., Mesgarani, N., Elhilali, M., Hermansky, H., Shamma, S. & Duraiswami, R. The UMD-JHU 2011 speaker recognition system. In Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 4229-4232, 2012.
46.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. A temporal saliency map for modeling auditory attention. In 2012 46th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), pages 1-6, IEEE, 2012.
47.Nemala, S.K. & Elhilali, M. Multilevel speech intelligibility for robust speaker recognition. In 2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 4393-4396, IEEE, 2012.
48.Nemala, S.K., Zotkin, D.N., Duraiswami, R. & Elhilali, M. Biomimetic multi-resolution analysis for robust speaker recognition. EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, 2012(1):22, 2012.
49.Patil, K., Pressnitzer, D., Shamma, S. & Elhilali, M. Music in Our Ears: The Biological Bases of Musical Timbre Perception. PLoS Computational Biology, 8(11):e1002759, 2012.
50.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Goal-Oriented Auditory Scene Recognition. In 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH 2012, 3:2510-2513, 2012.
51.Slaney, M., Agus, T., Liu, S.C., Kaya, M. & Elhilali, M. A model of attention-driven scene analysis. In 2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 145-148, IEEE, 2012.

2011

52.Carlin, M.A. & Elhilali, M. Exploiting temporal coherence in speech for data-driven feature extraction. In 2011 45th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, pages 1-5, IEEE, 2011.
53.Heng, J., Cantarero, G., Elhilali, M. & Limb, C.J. Impaired perception of temporal fine structure and musical timbre in cochlear implant users. Hearing Research, 280(1-2):192-200, 2011.
54.Nemala, S.K. & Elhilali, M. Multistream robust speaker recognition based on speech intelligibility. In 2011 45th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, pages 1-5, IEEE, 2011.
55.Nemala, S.K., Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Multistream bandpass modulation features for robust speech recognition. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH, pages 1277-1280, 2011.
56.Shamma, S.A., Elhilali, M. & Micheyl, C. Temporal coherence and attention in auditory scene analysis. Trends in neurosciences, 34(3):114-23, 2011.

2010

57.Nemala, S.K. & Elhilali, M. A joint acoustic and phonological approach to speech intelligibility assessment. In 2010 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 4742-4745, IEEE, 2010.
58.Sivaram, G., Nemala, S.K., Elhilali, M., Tran, T.D. & Hermansky, H. Sparse coding for speech recognition. In 2010 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 4346-4349, 2010.
59.Xiang, J., Simon, J. & Elhilali, M. Competing streams at the cocktail party: exploring the mechanisms of attention and temporal integration. The Journal of neuroscience, 30(36):12084-93, 2010.

2009

60.Atiani, S., Elhilali, M., David, S.V., Fritz, J.B. & Shamma, S.A. Task difficulty and performance induce diverse adaptive patterns in gain and shape of primary auditory cortical receptive fields. Neuron, 61(3):467-480, 2009.
61.Elhilali, M., Ma, L., Micheyl, C., Oxenham, A.J. & Shamma, S.A. Temporal Coherence in the Perceptual Organization and Cortical Representation of Auditory Scenes. Neuron, 61(2):317-329, 2009.
62.Elhilali, M., Xiang, J., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J.Z. Interaction between Attention and Bottom-Up Saliency Mediates the Representation of Foreground and Background in an Auditory Scene. PLoS Biology, 7(6):e1000129, 2009.
63.Mesgarani, N., Sivaram, G.S.V.S., Nemala, S.K., Elhilali, M. & Hermansky, H. Discriminant spectrotemporal features for phoneme recognition. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH, pages 2983-2986, 2009.

2008

64.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. Information-bearing components of speech intelligibility under babble-noise and bandlimiting distortions. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 4205-4208, 2008.
65.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. A cocktail party with a cortical twist: how cortical mechanisms contribute to sound segregation. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 124(6):3751-71, 2008.
66.Grant, K.W., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A., Walden, B.E., Surr, R.K., Cord, M.T. & Summers, V. An objective measure for selecting microphone modes in OMNI/DIR hearing aid circuits. Ear and Hearing, 29(2):199-213, 2008.
67.Summers, V., Grant, K.W., Walden, B.E., Cord, M.T., Surr, R.K. & Elhilali, M. Evaluation of A “Direct-Comparison” Approach to Automatic Switching In Omnidirectional/Directional Hearing Aids. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 19(9):708-720, 2008.

2007

68.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. A cortical view on auditory scene analysis: A physiological and computational approach. In 19th International Congress on Acoustics, 2007.
69.Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A., Thorpe, S.J. & Pressnitzer, D. Models of timbre using spectro-temporal receptive fields: investigation of coding strategies. In 19th International Congress on Acoustics, 2007.
70.Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B., Chi, T.S. & Shamma, S.A. Auditory Cortical Receptive Fields: Stable Entities with Plastic Abilities. Journal of Neuroscience, 27(39):10372-10382, 2007.
71.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M., David, S.V. & Shamma, S.A. Does attention play a role in dynamic receptive field adaptation to changing acoustic salience in A1?. Hearing research, 229(1-2):186-203, 2007.
72.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M., David, S.V. & Shamma, S.A. Auditory attention - focusing the searchlight on sound. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 17(4):437-455, 2007.
73.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. Adaptive Changes in Cortical Receptive Fields Induced by Attention to Complex Sounds. Journal of Neurophysiology, 98(4):2337-2346, 2007.

2006

74.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. A Biologically-Inspired Approach to the Cocktail Party Problem. In Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speed and Signal Processing, 5:637-640, IEEE, 2006.

2005

75.Fritz, J., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. Differential Dynamic Plasticity of A1 Receptive Fields during Multiple Spectral Tasks. Journal of Neuroscience, 25(33):7623-7635, 2005.
76.Fritz, J., Shamma, S. & Elhilali, M. One click, two clicks: The past shapes the future in auditory cortex. Neuron, 47(3):325-327, 2005.
77.Fritz, J., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S. Active listening: Task-dependent plasticity of spectrotemporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex. Hearing Research, 206(1-2):159-176, 2005.

2004

78.Elhilali, M., Fritz, J., Klein, D., Simon, J. & Shamma, S. Dynamics of Precise Spike Timing in Primary Auditory Cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 24(5):1159-1172, 2004.

2003

79.Elhilali, M., Chi, T. & Shamma, S.A. A spectro-temporal modulation index (STMI) for assessment of speech intelligibility. Speech Communication, 41(2-3):331-348, 2003.
80.Fritz, J., Shamma, S., Elhilali, M. & Klein, D. Rapid task-related plasticity of spectrotemporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex. Nature Neuroscience, 6(11):1216-1223, 2003.

2001

81.Elhilali, M. Audio and multimedia processing in digital libraries. In International Mediterranean Workshop on Digital Libraries, 2001.
82.Niebur, E., Elhilali, M., Obeid, I., Werfel, J., Blanchard, M., Frasca, M., Ghose, K., Hofstoetter, C., Indiveri, G. & Tilden, M.W. Research, robots, and reality: A statement on current trends in biorobotics. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(06), 2001.


Books and Book Sections

2017

1.Elhilali, M. Modeling the cocktail party problem. In The auditory system at the cocktail party, pages 111-135, Springer, 2017.

2013

2.Depireux, D.A. & Elhilali, M. (eds). Handbook of modern techniques in auditory cortex. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2013.
3.Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A., Simon, J.Z. & Fritz, J.B. A Linear Systems View to the Concept of STRF. In Handbook of Modern Techniques in Auditory Cortex, pages 33-60, Nova Science Pub Inc, 2013.

2012

4.Elhilali, M. (eds). Auditory cortex: Anatomy, functions and disorders. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012.

2010

5.Elhilali, M., Xiang, J., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J.Z. Auditory Streaming at the Cocktail Party: Simultaneous Neural and Behavioral Studies of Auditory Attention. In Auditory Physiology, Perception and Models, pages 545-553, Springer New York, 2010.
6.Elhilali, M., Ma, L., Micheyl, C., Oxenham, A.J. & Shamma, S.A. Rate vs. temporal code? A spatio-temporal coherence model of the cortical basis of streaming. In Auditory Physiology, Perception and Models, pages 497-506, Springer, 2010.
7.Micheyl, C., Shamma, S., Elhilali, M. & Oxenham, A.J. Sequential and Simultaneous Auditory Grouping Measured with Synchrony Detection. In Auditory Physiology, Perception and Models, pages 489-496, Springer New York, 2010.
8.Shamma, S.A., Fritz, J.B., David, S., Winkowski, D., Yin, P. & Elhilali, M. Correlates of auditory attention and task performance in primary auditory and prefrontal cortex. In Auditory Physiology, Perception and Models, pages 555-570, Springer, 2010.

2007

9.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. The correlative brain: A stream segregation model. In Hearing: from sensory processing to perception, pages 247-256, Springer Verlag, 2007.
10.Yin, P., Ma, L., Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B. & Shamma, S.A. Primary auditory cortical responses while attending to different streams. In Hearing: from sensory processing to perception, pages 257-265, Springer Verlag, 2007.

2005

11.Elhilali, M., Chi, T., Pressnitzer, D. & Shamma, S.A. Neural basis of timbre of musical instruments. In Mathematical and Computational Musicology, Springer, 2005.
12.Elhilali, M., Klein, D.J., Fritz, J.B., Simon, J.Z. & Shamma, S.A. The enigma of cortical responses: Slow yet precise. In Auditory Signal Processing: Physiology, Psychoacoustics, and Models, pages 485-494, Springer, 2005.
13.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. Rapid task-dependent plasticity in primary auditory cortex. In Auditory Cortex-Towards a Synthesis of Human and Animal Research, pages 445-466, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.


Published Reports, Theses, and Abstracts

2018

1.Higgins, N., Little, D., Kuruvilla-Mathew, A., Nave, K., Yerkes, B., Elhilali, M. & Snyder, J. Neural correlates of perceptual switching during auditory streaming of bistable stimuli. In Abstracts of the Forty first ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 41, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 2018.
2.Higgins, N., Little, D., Kuruvilla-Mathew, A., Nave, K., Yerkes, B., Elhilali, M. & Snyder, J. Neural correlates of perception during auditory streaming of bistable stimuli. In meeting of the association for the scientific study of consciousness, 2018.
3.Salles, A., Macias, S., Sundar, H., Elhilali, M. & Moss, C. Communication calls elicit selective neural responses in the inferior colliculus of the big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus). In Society for Neuroscience meeting, 2018.
4.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. Multi-feature regularity extraction of stochastic sequences. In Abstracts of the Forty first ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 41, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 2018.
5.Salles, A., Macias, S., Sundar, H., Elhilali, M. & Moss, C. Communication calls elicit selective neural responses in the inferior colliculus of the big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus). In International conference of neuroethology, 2018.

2017

6.Emmanouilidou, D. & Elhilali, M. Patent: Lung sound denoising stethoscope, algorithm, and related methods. USPTO, 2017.
7.Huang, N. & Elhilali, M. Neural underpinnings of auditory salience using natural scenes. In Abstracts of the Fortieth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, 40, 2017.
8.Kaya, E. & Elhilali, M. Characteristics of bottom-up auditory attention in the brain. In Abstracts of the Fortieth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 40, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 2017.
9.Kaya, E.M. Computational and perceptual characterization of auditory attention. , 2017.
10.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. Characterstics of bottom-up attention in the brain. In Abstracts of the Fortieth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, 40, 2017.
11.McCollum, E., Park, D., Watson, N., Focht, C., Bunthi, C., Ebruke, B., Elhilali, M., Emmnouilidou, D., Hossain, L., Moore, D., Mudaua, A., Mulindwa, J., West, J., O'Brien, K., Feikin, D. & Hammitt, L. Digitally-recorded lung sounds and mortality among children 1-59 months old with pneumonia in the Pneumonia Etiology research for Child Health study. In International American Thoracic Society meeting, 2017.
12.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. Modeling individual differences in tracking changes in complex sound sequences. In Abstracts of the Fortieth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, 40, 2017.
13.West, J., McLane, I., Elhilali, M. & Emmanouilidou, D. Programmable electronic stethoscope. In IEEE symposium on circuits and systems (ISCAS), 2017.

2016

14.Emmanouilidou, D., McLane, I., Elhilali, M. & West, J. Programmable electronic stethoscope for improved auscultation analysis. In Malone center symposium on engineering in healthcare, Johns Hopkins University, 2016.
15.McCollum, E., Park, D., Watson, N., Fancourt, N., Bunthi, C., Eburke, B., Elhilali, M., Emmanouilidou, D., Hossain, L., Moore, D., Mudau, A., Mulindwa, J., West, J., O'Brien, K.L., Feikin, D. & Hammitt, L. Diagnosing radiographic lung disease in children with clinical pneumonia using digitally recorded lung sounds: a pneumonia etiology research for child health (perch) sub-study. In 10th International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases, 2016.
16.McCollum, E., Park, D., Watson, N., Buck, W., Bunthi, C., Devendra, A., Eburke, B., Elhilali, M., Emmanouilidou, D., Garcia-Prats, A., Githinji, L., Hossain, L., Moore, D., Mudau, A., Mulindwa, J., Olson, D., Awori, J.O., Vandepitte, W., Verwey, C., West, J., O'Brien, K., Feikin, D. & Hammitt, L. The characteristics and reliability of pediatric digital lung sound examinations in six African and Asian countries participating in the Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) project. In American Thoracic Society, 2016.
17.Park, D., McCollum, E., Watson, N., Awori, J., Bunthi, C., Deloria-Knoll, M., Eburke, B., Elhilali, M., Emmanouilidou, D., Hossain, L., Moore, D., Mudau, A., Mulindwa, J., West, J., O'Brien, K.L., Feikin, D. & Hammitt, L. Digitally recorded lung sounds in cases and controls compared to standard lung auscultation in the pneumonia etiology research for child health (PERCH) case-control study. In 10th International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases (ISPPD-10), 2016.
18.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. Hearing statistical regularities in fractal melodies: An EEG study. In Abstracts of the Thirty-ninth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, 39, 2016.

2015

19.Carlin, M.A. Computational models of representation and plasticity in the central auditory system. In Ph.D. thesis, 2015.
20.Huang, N. & Elhilali, M. Around the World in 20 Scenes: An Exploration of Auditory Saliency through a Selection of Complex Natural Scenes. In Abstracts of the Thirty-eight ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 38, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 38, 2015.
21.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. Investigating bottom-up auditory attention in the cortex. In Abstracts of the Thirty-eight ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 38, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 38, 2015.
22.Skerritt-Davis, B. & Elhilali, M. Hearing Statistical Regularities in Fractal Tone Sequences. In Abstracts of the Thirty-eigth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 38, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 38, 2015.

2014

23.Carlin, M. & Elhilali, M. A computational model of optimal adaptive changes in auditory cortical receptive fields during behavioral tasks. In Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting, COSYNE'14, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2014.
24.Elhilali, M. Multiscale processing of complex acoustic scenes. In Multiscale Consortium meeting, NIH, 2014.

2013

25.Carlin, M. & Elhilali, M. An emergent spectro-temporal representation for natural sounds based on sustained firing of central auditory neurons. In Abstracts of the Thirty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 36, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 36, 2013.
26.Elgueda, D., Locastro, M., Englitz, B., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S. & Fritz, J. Laminar recordings of task-related receptive field plasticity with multisite depth electrodes in the primary auditory cortex (A1) of the behaving ferret. In Abstracts of the Thirty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 36, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 36, 2013.
27.Elhilali, M. Mechanisms of attention in auditory scene analysis. In Abstracts of the Thirty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 36, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 36, 2013.
28.Kaya, E. & Elhilali, M. Hearing the elephant in the scene: A computational model of bottom-up auditory attention for auditory scene analysis. In Abstracts of the Thirty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 36, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 36, 2013.
29.Patil, K. Sound object recognition. In Ph.D. thesis, 2013.
30.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. Attentional mechanisms for recognizing acoustic scenes. In Abstracts of the Thirty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 36, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 36, 2013.

2012

31.Akram, S., Simon, J.Z., Elhilali, M., Englitz, B. & Shamma, S.A. Interaction between attention to temporal features and temporal modulation tuning in auditory cortex. In Abstracts of the Thirty-fifth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 35, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 35, 2012.
32.Carlin, M.A. & Elhilali, M. Sustained firing of model cortical neurons yields richly structured spectro-temporal receptive fields. In Abstracts of the Thirty-fifth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 35, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 35, 2012.
33.Elhilali, M. Multiscale processing of complex acoustic scenes. In Multiscale Consortium meeting, NIH, 2012.
34.Elhilali, M. Auditory scene analysis: It's all about expectations!. In Annual meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Hong Kong, 2012.
35.Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali, M. Towards a computational model of mismatch negativity. In Sixth conference on mismatch negativity and its clinical and scientific applications, New York, NY, 2012.
36.Nemala, S.K. Robust Speech Recognition by Humans and Machines: The Role of Spectro-Temporal Modulations. In Ph.D. thesis, 2012.
37.Wolmetz, M. & Elhilali, M. Prior probabilities tune attentional bandwidth. In Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 132(3):1997, 2012.

2011

38.Carlin, M. & Elhilali, M. Exploring the relationship between principles of temporal coherence and coding strategies in the auditory system. In Abstracts of the Thirty-fourth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 34, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 34, 2011.

2010

39.Elhilali, M., Chi, T., Pressnitzer, D. & Shamma, S.A. Auditory cortical models of musical timbre perception. In Forum of Empirics, Computation, Mathematics, Science and Technology in Music and Acoustical Signal Analysis (ECMST/MASA), 2010.
40.Fritz, J.B., David, S.V., Winkowski, D., N, P.Y., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. Intention and attention: Top-down influences on the representation of task-relevant sounds. In Annual meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD, 2010.
41.Nemala, S. & Elhilali, M. Relevant spectro-temporal modulations for robust speech and nonspeech classification. In Annual meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD, 2010.
42.Patil, K. & Elhilali, M. A biomimetic multi-resolution spectrotemporal model for musical timbre recognition. In Annual meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD., 2010.

2009

43.Xiang, J., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J.Z. Competing streams at the cocktail party - A neural and behavioral study of auditory attention. In Abstracts of the Thirty-second ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 32, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 32, 2009.

2008

44.Atiani, S., Elhilali, M., Fritz, J., Yin, P. & Shamma, S. Task difficulty and performance induce diverse adaptive patterns in gain and shape of auditory cortical receptive fields. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, Washington, DC, 2008.
45.Elhilali, M., Xiang, J., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J. Auditory attention at the Cocktail Party. In 33rd Annual interdisciplinary Conference, 2008.
46.Elhilali, M., Xiang, J., Simon, J.Z. & Shamma, S.A. Foreground and background at the cocktail party: A neural and behavioral study of top-down and bottom-up auditory attention. In Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting, COSYNE'08, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2008.
47.Shamma, S. & Elhilali, M. Auditory streaming and coherence. In meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 123(5):3050-3050, 2008.
48.Xiang, J., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J. Auditory attention with competing auditory streams: a simultaneous behavioral and electrophysiological study. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, Washington, DC, 2008.

2007

49.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. A biologically-inspired model for the parsing of complex sounds. In Annual Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting, 2007.
50.Elhilali, M., Tapson, J. & Liu, S. Stream segregation: A channel-coincidence approach. In Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop Report, 2007.
51.Ma, L., Yin, P., Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B., Micheyl, C., Oxenham, A. & Shamma, S.A. A neurophysiological study of auditory stream segregation in ferret auditory cortex. In Abstracts of the Thirtieth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 30, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 30, 2007.
52.Xiang, J., Elhilali, M. & Simon, J. Foreground and background at the cocktail party - interaction between attention and auditory pop-out. In Bioscience day, U. of Maryland, College Park, 2007.
53.Elhilali, M., Xiang, J. & Shamma, S.A. Foreground and Background at the Cocktail Party - Interaction between Attention and Auditory Pop-out. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, San Diego, California, 2007.
54.Xiang, J., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Simon, J.Z. The interaction between attention and auditory pop-put. In Abstracts of the Thirtieth ARO Mid-Winter abstracts, Volume 30, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 30, 2007.

2006

55.Atiani, S., Yin, P., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Fritz, J.B. Effect of task difficulty on receptive field plasticity in A1. In Abstracts of the Twenty-ninth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 29, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 29, 2006.
56.Atiani, S., Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B. & Shamma, S.A. Rapid receptive field plasticity in A1 during signal detection in noise. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006.
57.Elhilali, M., Pressnitzer, D. & Shamma, S.A. Models of musical timbre using cortical spectro-temporal receptive fields and temporal codes. In 4th joint meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan, 2006.
58.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. The correlative brain: A computational approach to auditory scene analysis. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006.
59.Grant, K., Summers, V., Elhilali, M., Cord, M., Surr, R. & Walden, B. Predicting hearing aid microphone preferences in normal and hearing-impaired adults. In American Auditory Society Meeting (AAS), 2006.
60.Shamma, S. & Elhilali, M. Auditory streaming and the spectrotemporal analysis of sound in the cortex. In meeting of the Acoustical society of America, 2006.

2005

61.Elhilali, M. Auditory streaming and the spectrotemporal analysis of sound in the cortex. In Lake Ontario Auditory Neuroscience (LOAN) Meeting, McMaster University, Canada, 2005.
62.Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Elhilali, M. Auditory streaming and the spectrotemporal analysis of sound in the cortex. In Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting (COSYNE'05), 2005.
63.Elhilali, M., Ihlefeld, A., Slaney, M., Mesgarani, N., Hamilton, T., Tapson, J., David, S., Denham, S., Anderson, D., Andreou, A. & Shamma, S.A. Sensory integration and decision-making models for navigating robots. In Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop Report, 2005.
64.Elhilali, M., Atiani, S., Li, Y., Jain, M., Fritz, J.B. & Shamma, S.A. The other side of the coin of cortical plasticity - Receptive field stability in ferret A1. In Abstracts of the Twenty-eight ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 28, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 28, 2005.
65.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M., Harper, N., Haisfield, C., Yin, P. & Shamma, S.A. Do salient temporal cues play a role in dynamic receptive field plasticity in A1. In Abstracts of the Twenty-eight ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 28, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 28, 2005.
66.Fritz, J., Elhilali, M., Yin, P., Harper, N., Donaldson, K. & Shamma, S.A. Multiple auditory tasks and the single cortical neuron: Salient temporal and spectral cues drive orthogonal, dynamic, task-related receptive plasticity in primary auditory cortex. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, Washington, DC, 2005.
67.Grant, K., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A., Walden, B.E., Surr, R.K., Cord, M.T. & Dittberner, A. Acoustic measures predicting OMNI/DIR microphone preference. In American Academy of Audiologists 2005 convention, Washington DC, 2005.
68.Mesgarani, N., Atiani, S., Elhilali, M., Shamma, S.A. & Fritz, J.B. Effect of stimulus ensemble on cortical receptive fields: A comparison between rippled noise and natural stimuli. In Abstracts of the Twenty-eight ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 28, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 28, 2005.

2004

69.Elhilali, M. Neural Basis and Computational Strategies for Auditory Processing. In Ph.D. thesis, 2004.
70.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. An exploration into temporal precision in A1. In International Symposium on Neuroscience, Natal, Brazil, 2004.
71.Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. Adaptive cortical model for auditory streaming and monaural speaker separation. In Workshop on Speech Separation and Comprehension in Complex Acoustic Environments by Humans and Machines, Montreal, Canada., 2004.
72.Elhilali, M., Hermansky, H., Andreou, A., Anderson, D., Vasilaki, E., Slaney, M., Lewicki, M., Mesgarani, N., Duangudom, T. & Shamma, S.A. Designing a biological key-word spotting system. In Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop Report, 2004.
73.Fritz, J.B., Elhilali, M. & Shamma, S.A. The role of salient behavioral cues in dynamic receptive field plasticity. In Abstracts of the Twenty-seventh ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 27, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 27, 2004.
74.Fritz, J., Elhilali, M., Duque, A. & Shamma, S.A. The influence of salient behavioral cues on dynamic receptive field plasticity in primary auditory cortex - is there a role for prefrontal cortex?. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, San Diego, California, 2004.

2003

75.Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B., Klein, D.J., Simon, J.Z. & Shamma, S.A. What does precise spiking tell us about the structure of its receptive fields?. In Abstracts of the Twenty-sixth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 26, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 26, 2003.
76.Fritz, J., Elhilali, M., Klein, D.J. & Shamma, S.A. Dynamic adaptive plasticity of spectro-temporal receptive fields in the primary auditory cortex of the behaving ferret. In Society for Neuroscience meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2003.

2002

77.Elhilali, M., Fritz, J.B., Bozak, D., Depireux, D.A., Simon, J.Z., Klein, D.J. & Shamma, S.A. Comparison of response characteristics in auditory cortex of the awake and anesthetized ferret. In Abstracts of the Twenty-fifth ARO Mid-Winter meeting, Volume 25, Mt. Royal, NJ: Association of Research Otolaryngologists, 25, 2002.

2001

78.Elhilali, M., Gordon, C. & Snider, R. Voice recognition interface for cochlear chips. In Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop Report, 2001.