Postdoc Projects

Currently, our group consists of 45 academic staff members, including 22 PhD students and 13 Postdocs. Furthermore, our group consists of one audiologist, a coordinator, a journalist and two technicians.
The majority of our research is conducted at our Centre for Applied Hearing research (CAHR) and the newly established Oticon Centre of Excellence for Hearing and Speech Sciences(CHeSS). The goal of this research is to increase our understanding of the functioning of the human auditory system and to provide insights that are useful for technical applications such as hearing aids, speech recognition systems, hearing diagnostics tools and cochlear implants.
We are a member of two European Marie Curie Initial Training Networks on “Investigating Speech Processing in Realistic Environments” (INSPIRE) and “Improved Communication through Applied Hearing” (ICanHear). In addition, we received funding as well as support for external research stays of PhD students an North American Universities through the Erasmus Mundus Program“Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience” (ACN) Program.
The Hearing Systems group is now also involved in collaborative project Better Hearing Rehabilitation (BEAR) between the University of Southern Denmark, Aalborg University, the Technical University of Denmark (Hearing Systems, Elektro) independent tech company DELTA, Danish hearing aid manufacturers Oticon, Widex and GN Resound and the university hospitals in Odense, Aalborg and Copenhagen will improve quality so that people with hearing loss can get more out of hearing aids.