Ewen MacDonald

Ewen MacDonald

Associate Professor

DTU HEALTH TECH
Department of Health Technology

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 352, room 116

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +45 45 88 05 77
E-mail emcd@dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0002-6973-2926

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2018
22 JUN

International Symposium on Hearing 2018

Researchers from all over the world travelled to Snekkersten, Denmark in order to participate in the 18th International Symposium on Hearing (ISH). This year’s theme was "Hearing: Psychophysics, Physiology, and Models" .

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases
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
2015
09 DEC

PhD degree successfully defended by Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc

On December 4th Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc successfully defended his PhD project "Computational auditory scene analysis based on a model of human binaural processing".

Electrotechnology Computer calculations Information technology
01 SEP

PhD degree successfully defended by Michał Feręczkowski

On August 24th Michał Feręczkowski  successfully defended his PhD project "Time-efficient behavioural estimates of cochlear compression".

26 APR

Royal interest in the research at Hearing Systems

DTU had a Royal guest at the opening of the Festival of Resarch on Thursday April 23 when HRH The Crown Princess Mary visited DTU Skylab. Especially Hearing Systems from DTU Electrical  Engineering  with the visually controlled eye-tracking facilities, got the the royal guest’s attention.

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Information technology Computer calculations
09 MAR

Visiting PhD students at Hearing Systems

The Hearing Systems group has got two new visiting PhD students: Rachel Bou Serhal from Université de Quebec, Montréal in Canada and Arturo Moncada-Torres from KU Leuven in Belgium.

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Physiological modelling
2014
12 NOV

PhD degree succesfully defended by Marton Marschall

On Thursday, November 6th, Marton Marschall successfully defended his PhD project titled "Capturing and reproducing realistic acoustic scenes for hearing research"

Sound Physiological modelling
15 SEP

PhD degree granted to Kasper Eskelund

On Friday Sepember 12, Kasper Eskelund successfully defended his PhD project Electrophysiological assessment of audiovisual integration in Speech perception.

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Computer calculations
2013
06 NOV

Stefan Raufer awarded prize from the Association of German Engineers

Stefan Raufer has been awarded the Bremen Engineering Prize from the Association of German Engineers for his Bachelor thesis titled "Speech Production in Amplitude-Modulated Noise: Talking in the Dips?”

30 OCT

PhD degree granted to Rémi Decorsière

On Monday, October 14, Rémi Decorsière successfully defended his PhD thesis titled 'Spectogram inversion and potential applications for hearing research´.

Hearing aids
04 SEP

Ville Pulkki visits CAHR

At the moment professor Ville Pulkki from Aalto University,Finland, is visiting CAHR

Sound Hearing aids
2012
08 MAY

CAHR at the Listening Talker Workshop

When talkers speak, they also listen. Talkers routinely adapt to their interlocutors and environment, maintaining intelligibility and dialogue fluidity in a way that promotes efficient exchange of information. The Listening Talker Workshop held in Edinburgh from May 2-3 (http://listening-talker.org/workshop), brought together a wide range...

03 JAN

Toddlers don't listen to their own voice like adults do

When grown-ups and kids speak, they listen to the sound of their voice and make corrections based on that auditory feedback. But new evidence shows that toddlers don't respond to their own voice in quite the same way, according to a report published online on December 22, 2011 in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication by associate...