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2020
17 APR

Attention decoded from brain activity of elderly hearing-impaired

Researchers from Hearing Systems at DTU Health Tech have developed techniques to decode attention from brain activity of elderly hearing impaired listeners. The results...

Hearing aids Health and diseases
2019
19 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

On November 1st, Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for this year’s Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in the...

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07 OCT

Volunteers' Day

Once again, the Hearing Systems’ researchers invited all the people that have participated in their experiments the past year. The event, which took place on 4 October...

Physiological modelling Hearing aids Artificial organs Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases
2018
05 NOV

15 years with CAHR

“It is indeed a very special day where we can celebrate CAHR’s 15th birthday,”Kristian Stubkjær, Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, initiated...

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28 FEB

PhD degree successfully defended by Alan Wiinberg

On February 21, Alan Wiinberg successfully defended his PhD thesis “Perceptual effects of non-linear hearing aid amplification strategies".

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Hidden hearing loss (Photo: Colourbox)
15 JAN

Ny viden skal hjælpe mennesker med skjult høretab

Høje lyde i vores omgivelser forårsager nerveskader i øret hos stadig flere mennesker. Ny forskning skal sikre, at høretabet fremover kan diagnosticeres...

Electrotechnology Hearing aids Health and diseases Sound
2017
AVIL (Photo: Torben Nielsen)
19 SEP

Improved compensation strategy for hearing aids

Hearing aids amplify all the sounds around us – even the ones we don’t want to listen to. New research makes it possible for hearing aids to distinguish between...

Sound Hearing aids
2016
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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".

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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...

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29 AUG

Celebration of the Volunteers

On Friday August 26 Hearing Systems’ researchers had invited all the people that have participated in their experiments this year. The event gave the researchers...

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15 JAN

A technological playground of 64 loudspeakers

For Marton Marschall, a postdoctoral researcher at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Copenhagen, the department of Electrical Engineering’s new audio...

Electrotechnology Sound Software and programming Hearing aids
2015
23 OCT

Sophisticated sound laboratory provides new knowledge about hearing

Today Friday October 23th, the News Magazine ‘Ingeniøren’ brings an article about the new Audio-Visual-Immersion-Lab at Hearing Systems.

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01 JUL

Lab opening

More than a hundred people filled the new buildings on Friday, June 26, at the opening of the Hearing Systems laboratories, DTU Elektro. After the speeches, everybody had...

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2014
PhD degree successfully defended by Jasmina Catic
10 DEC

PhD degree successfully defended by Jasmina Catic

On December 8th Jasmina Catic Successfully defended her PhD project Human Sound Externalization in Reverberant Environments.

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6 JUNE 2020