Contributions to Hearing Research Volume 1-37

A substantial part of the centers research is carried out by our PhD students.
The research group was established in 2003 and 37 PhD theses have since been completed.
Most of the PhD projects are supported by the hearing-aid industry, the Danish Research Foundation, private foundations and DTU.

37) Borys Kowalewski
Assessing the effects of hearing-aid dynamic-range compression on auditory signal processing and perception

36) Søren Fuglsang
Characterizing neural mechanisms of attention-driven speech processing

35) Andreu Paredes Gallardo
Behavioral and objective measures of auditory stream segregation in cochlear implant users

34) François Guérit 
Temporal charge interactions in cochlear implant listeners

33) Thomas Bentsen
Computational speech segregation inspired by principles of auditory processing

32) Alan Wiinberg
Perceptual effects of non-linear hearing aid amplification strategies

31) Christoph Scheidiger
Assessing speech intelligibility in hearing-impaired listeners

30) Gerard Encina-Llamas
Characterizing cochlear hearing impairment using advanced electrophysiological methods

29) Jens Cubick
Investigating distance perception, externalization and speech intelligibility in complex acoustic environments

28) Richard Ian McWalter
Perceptual and neural response to sound texture

27) Henrik Gert Hassager
Characterizing perceptual externalization in listeners with normal, impaired and aided-impaired hearing

26) Suyash Narendra Joshi
Modelling auditory nerve responses to electrical stimulation

25) Johannes Käsbach
Characterizing apparent source width perception

24) Gusztáv Lőcsei
Lateralized speech perception with normal and impaired hearing

23) Johannes Zaar
Measures and computational models of microscopic speech perception

22) Federica Bianchi
Pitch representations in the impaired auditory system and implications for music perception

21) Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc
Computational auditory scene analysis based on a model of human binaural processing

20) Michał Feręczkowski
Time-efficient behavioural estimates of cochlear compression

19) Jasmina Catic
Human sound externalization in reverberant environments

18) Marton Marschall
Capturing and reproducing realistic acoustic scenes for hearing research

17) Simon Krogholt Christiansen
The role of temporal coherence in auditory stream segregation

16) Kasper Eskelund
Electrophysiological assessment of audiovisual integration in Speech perception

15) Søren Jørgensen 
Modeling speech intelligibility based on the signal-to-noise envelope power ratio

14) Remi Decorsiere
Spectrogram inversion and potential applications for hearing research

13) Claus Forup Corlin Christiansen
Listening in adverse conditions: masking release and effects of hearing loss

12) Filip Munch Rønne
Modeling auditory evoked potentials to complex stimuli

11) Iris Arweiler
Processing of spactial sounds in the impaired auditorty system

10) Sébastien Santurette
Neural coding and perception of pitch in the normal and impaired human auditory system

9) Sylvan Favrot
A loudspeaker-based room auralization system for auditory research

8) Sarah Verhulst
Characterizing and modeling dynamic processes in the cochlea using otoacoustic emissions

7) Morten Løve Jepsen
Modeling auditory processing and speech perception in hearing-impaired listeners

6) Helen Connor Sørensen
Hearing aid amplification at soft input levels

5) Jens Bo Nielsen
Assessment of speech intelligibility in background noise and reverberation

4) Tobias Piechowiak
Spectro-temporal analyses of complex sounds in the human auditory system

3) Eric Thomson
Charecterizing binaural processing of amplitude modulated sounds

2) Olaf Strelcyk
Perpheral auditory processing and speech reception in impaired hearing

1) Giles Pigasse
Deriving cochlear delays in humans using otoacoustic emissions and auditory evoked poetentials