26 APR

PhD degree successfully defended by Borys Kowalewski

On April 17 Borys Kowalewski successfully defended his thesis “Assessing the effects of hearing-aid dynamic-range compression on auditory signal processing and perception...

Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Information technology Electrotechnology
24 APR

New Assistant Professor

Since March 15, Abigail Kressner has started a new position as Assistant Professor in the Hearing Systems Section at DTU Health Tech.

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems Physiological modelling Information technology
01 MAR

PhD degree successfully defended by Søren Fuglsang

On February 27, Søren Fuglsang successfully defended his thesis ‘Characterizing neural mechanisms of attention-driven speech processing’ .

15 NOV

New Support Team

In September, the Hearing Systems and Acoustic Technology groups got two new support team members: Lab Manager Andrew King and Academic Technician Dana Gilbert.   

Electrotechnology Information technology
15 NOV

Research featured at the Carlsberg Foundation's webpage

A new article was just featured at the Carlsberg Foundation’s webpage about Sara Miay Kim Madsen’s postdoctoral project awarded by the Carlsberg Foundation.   

Electrotechnology Medicine and medico technology Artificial organs Medical equipment and systems
05 NOV

15 years with CAHR

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

Electrotechnology Computer calculations Physiological modelling Hearing aids Artificial organs Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases
04 OCT

Research talent wins pitch battle at Danish Sound Day

Finnur Pind, industrial PhD student at Henning Larsen , won this years pitch battle with his application "Architecture & Acoustics: An improved design process by means...

07 SEP

Can we have some peace and quiet please?

DTU Elektro will reduce the bass frequencies in neighbourhood zones without ruining the music experience at outdoor concerts.

Electrotechnology Sound