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2022
07 MAR

PhD degree successfully defended by Nicolai Pedersen

On February 22, Nicolai Fernández Pedersen successfully defended his thesis "Audiovisual speech analysis with deep learning".

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04 MAR

PhD degree successfully defended by Florine Bachmann

On February 18, Florine Bachmann successfully defended her thesis "Subcortical electrophysiological measures of running speech".

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Jens Hjortkjær and Torsten Dau
09 FEB

New research centre will strengthen hearing health

The Centre for Auditory Neuroscience will provide fundamental knowledge that will enable better solutions for hearing impaired.

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03 JAN

DTU installation will help hearing impaired people enjoy music

Associate Professor Jeremy Marozeau collaborates with two swiss musicians to create art installations to provide people with a handicap a richer music experience. Under...

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2021
29 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Thirsa Huisman

On November 11, Thirsa Huisman successfully defended her thesis “The Influence of Vision on Spatial Localization in Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Listeners”.

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24 NOV

Presentation Day 2021

On November 12, Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for this year’s Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in the research...

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