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24 FEB

Visiting Professor at Hearing Systems

At the moment Laurel Carney, Marylou Ingram Professor in Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester, New York, is Visiting Professor at Hearing Systems, DTU Electrical...

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2016
23 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Gusztáv Lőcsei

On Nov 15, Gusztáv Lőcsei successfully defended his PhD thesis titled "Lateralized speech perception with normal and impaired hearing".

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Hearing aids Health and diseases
18 NOV

Women in Acoustics receive funding for major international conference

Th ree Danish female students from DTU have received funding for participation in a major international conference which will be held on Hawaii on Nov 28-Dec 2.

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Poster session
11 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

Friday, November 4 th , Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for this year’s Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in...

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Artificial organs Health and diseases Computer calculations Information technology
1)	Jeremy Marozeau gave a talk about the topic: Pitch, can it be measured? Photo: Eva Helena Andersen
04 NOV

Music and Cochlear Implants Symposium

The first International Symposium on CI and Music was held at Eriksholm Research Centre October 13-14. It brought together audiologists, music teachers, linguists, researchers...

Electrotechnology Sound Medicine and medico technology Artificial organs Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases
02 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Johannes Käsbach

On Tuesday October 25, PhD student Johannes Käsbach successfully defended his PhD thesis “Characterizing apparent source width perception.”

Electrotechnology Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Sound
28 OCT

PhD project about bimodal hearing

PhD student Niclas Janßen is investigating how people with both a hearing aid and a cochlear implant can benefit from being able to combine the sounds from both ears.

Electrotechnology Hearing aids Artificial organs Medical equipment and systems
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27 APRIL 2017