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25 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Wiebke Lamping

On Tuesday November 5, Wiebke Lamping successfully defended her PhD thesis “Improving cochlear implant performance through psychophysical measures".

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07 OCT

Volunteers' Day

Once again, the Hearing Systems’ researchers invited all the people that have participated in their experiments the past year. The event, which took place on 4 October...

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30 AUG

PhD degree successfully defended by Niclas Janssen

On August 19, Niclas Janssen successfully defended his thesis “Binaural Streaming in Cochlear Implant Patients”.

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2018
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...

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05 NOV

15 years with CAHR

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

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07 SEP

PhD degree successfully defended by Andreu Paredes Gallardo

On August 31, Andreu Paredes Gallardo successfully defended his PhD thesis “Behavioral and objective measures of auditory stream segregation in cochlear...

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04 JUL

PhD degree successfully defended by François Guérit

On June 26, François Guérit successfully defended his PhD thesis “Temporal charge interactions in cochlear implant listeners".

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2017
10 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Gerard Encina-Llamas

On November 7, Gerard Encina-Llamas successfully defended defend his PhD thesis "Characterizing cochlear hearing impairment using advanced electrophysiological methods...

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03 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

Friday, October 27th, Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for the annual Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in the...

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02 AUG

Student Travel Award for the Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses in...

Several researchers from the Hearing Systems group have been granted a Student Travel Award to attend the 2017 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses (CIAP) which...

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12 JUN

News from abroad

Wiebke Lamping and François Guérit, both PhD students at  Hearing Systems, DTU Elektro, are currently collaborating with Robert P. Carlyon and his Hearing...

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08 JUN

How a Cochlear Implant works

This week, DR Deaf film has a special theme about cochlear implants. Associate professor Jeremy Marozeau from Hearing Systems, DTU Elektro, has been interviewed and explains...

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2016
Poster session
11 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

Friday, November 4th, Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for this year’s Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities...

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1)	Jeremy Marozeau gave a talk about the topic: Pitch, can it be measured? Photo: Eva Helena Andersen
04 NOV

Music and Cochlear Implants Symposium

The first International Symposium on CI and Music was held at Eriksholm Research Centre October 13-14. It brought together audiologists, music teachers, linguists, researchers...

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28 OCT

PhD project about bimodal hearing

PhD student Niclas Janßen is investigating how people with both a hearing aid and a cochlear implant can benefit from being able to combine the sounds from both ears...

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29 AUG

Celebration of the Volunteers

On Friday August 26 Hearing Systems’ researchers had invited all the people that have participated in their experiments this year. The event gave the researchers...

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10 JUN

PhD collaboration with US universities

Suyash Joshi, PhD student at Hearing Systems Elektro, recently returned from  a three months external research stay, visiting two premier research laboratories in...

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2015
23 OCT

Sophisticated sound laboratory provides new knowledge about hearing

Today Friday October 23th, the News Magazine ‘Ingeniøren’ brings an article about the new Audio-Visual-Immersion-Lab at Hearing Systems.

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24 NOVEMBER 2020