We have two vacant PhD positions in the lab with a focus on interdisciplinary research into music perception with hearing impairment and music (pre-)processing for hearing aids. See https://uol.de/stellen/?stelle=67174 for a focus on experimental work and https://uol.de/stellen/?stelle=67175 for a focus on modeling/signal processing. Application deadline: March 31, 2020.
Feel free to contact Kai Siedenburg to discuss the available opportunities.
The lab continuously offers BSc/MSc thesis projects. Topics as well as co-supervision agreements may be designed on an individual basis.
Exemplary thesis topics:
- Measuring and modeling musical instrument identification of normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners
- In the dip listening: a comparison of speech and music perception
- A model of musical stream segregation based on temporal coherence
- Hearing device equalization for musical sound quality optimization
We are continuously looking for motivated students to go forward with acoustical analyses, data collection, and project work. Please contact Kai Siedenburg if you are interested.