Head of division

Prof. Dr. Bernd T. Meyer

+49 441 798 3280

+49 441 798 3902

W2 2-260

Postal address

Medizinische Physik and Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
D-26111 Oldenburg, Germany

How to find us



Communication Acoustics: Team

Prof. Dr. Bernd T. Meyer

Email: bernd dot meyer at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-260
Phone: +49 441 798 3280

Administrative Support

null Sarah Ebendt

Email: sarah dot ebendt at uol dot de
Office: W2 1-169
Phone: +49 441 798 3003

PhD Students

Angel Castro
PhD project: Scalable multi-stream automatic speech recognition for optimized hearing aids 
Email: angel dot castro at uol dot de

Jana Roßbach
PhD project: Modeling hearing-impaired listening with non-linear classifiers for automatic speech recognition
Email: jana dot rossbach at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-256
Phone: +49 441 798 3251


Jasper Ooster
PhD project: Human-machine interfaces for self-conducted hearing screening in mobile applications
Email: jasper dot ooster at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-248
Phone: +49 441 798 3075

Nils Westhausen
PhD project: Speech enhancement based on deep-learning for hearing-impaired listeners    
Email: nils dot westhausen at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-262
Phone: +49 441 798 3068

null Nadine El-Dajani
PhD project: Detection of epileptic seizures in mobile scenarios with machine learning
Email: nadine dot el-dajani at uni-oldenburg dot de
Office: W2 2-256
Phone: +49 441 798 3251

Master and Bachelor Students

Dirk Hoffner
Bachelor Project: Exploration of speech interfaces for clinical listening tests 

Hartmut Schoon
Bachelor project: Multilingual speech audiometry based on continuous dynamic time warping

null Max Blümer
Master project: Neurophysiological correlates of listening fatigue 
Email: max dot bluemer at uni-oldenburg dot de
Office: W2 2-261
Phone: +49 441 798 3065
null Tessa Sievers
Master project: Neurophysiological correlates of listening effort in complex auditory scenes
Email: tessa dot sievers at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-256
Phone: +49 441 798 3251

Thalea Hoogestraat
Deep machine listening for keyword spotting based on phoneme probabilities


Michael Thiermann
Master project: Speaker enhancement through spatial filtering and deep speaker separation in multi-channel devices
Email: michael dot thiermann at uol dot de
Office: W2 2-262
Phone: +49 441 798 3068


Till Habersetzer
Master project: Correlates of speech perception in EEG and MEG data
Email: till dot habersetzer at uol dot de

Pia Nancy Porysek Moreta
Master project: Perceived speech quality of singing and regular speech in reverberant environments
Email: pia dot nancy dot porysek dot moreta at uni-oldenburg dot de
Office: W2 2-261
Phone: +49 441 798 3065
Dr. Feifei Xiong
PhD project: Estimation of acoustic room parameters with machine listening in noisy and reverberant environments (in collaboration with Fraunhofer HSA)

Now with the Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield

Dr. Tobias de Taillez
PhD project: Prediction of listeners’ attention by real-time analysis of biosignals
Now with Elbstack

Dr. Constantin Spille
PhD project: Context-aware speech recognition in complex acoustic scenes (SFB "The Active Auditory System)

Now with the KI Group, Cologne. 
Dr. Rainer Huber
Postdoctoral researcher in Hearing4all: Increasing speech intelligibility in cochlear implant and hearing aid users through deep machine listening
Now with Fraunhofer IDMT

Dr. Mats Exter
Master project: Reproduction of human phoneme response patterns with auditory features and deep neural networks
Now with HörTech gGmbH

Marina Imsiecke (geb. Frye)
Master project: Relation of speech-specific representations of audio signals and electro-cortical activations in the human brain

Now with the Medizinische Hochschule Hannover

Paul Kranzusch
Master project: Relation of listening effort and models based on deep learning in unknown noise scenarios    
Now with the group of Marc René Schädler

Franz Kunze
Bachelor project: Representations of speech in machine learning: Analysis of acoustic properties and categorical patterns
Tom Hattendorf
Bachelor project: Perceived speech quality in VoIP applications    

Email: tom dot hattendorf at uol dot de
(Changed: 2021-09-27)