Contact

Head of division

 Prof. Dr. Mathias Dietz

 +49 441 798 - 3832

 +49 441 798 - 3902

W30-1-106

 

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Department of Medical Physics and Acoustics
Küpkersweg 74
D-26111 Oldenburg

Members

Section for Physiology and Modeling of auditory Perception

Head

Prof. Dr. Mathias Dietz

 mathias.dietz@uni-oldenburg.de

 +49 441 798 - 3832

 W30-1-106

Mathias is  studying how sound input to the left and right ear interacts in the brain. A main goal is to account for human perception in both normal and impaired hearing, using physiologically plausible computer simulations. We use our knowledge from basic research for improving signal processing and fitting of cochlear implants and hearing aids.

Postdocs

Mohammad Dehghani

 

 mohammad.dehghani@uni-oldenburg.de

 +49 441 798 - 3588

 W30-1-107

Mohammad applies his background in theoretical physics and computational neuroscience to research the physics of hearing. His current investigations focus on inferring binaural processing mechanisms from training deep neural networks and studying the artificial network architechture.

Ph.D. Students

Rebecca Felsheim

 rebecca.felsheim@uni-oldenburg.de

 +49 441 798 - 3588

 W30-1-107

Rebecca is a Ph.D. student with a background in Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Engineering. She is developing a fast deterministic model of auditory nerve fibers stimulated by cochlear Implant electrodes. She is also involved in fitting the latency of patients with a cochlear implant on one and a hearing aid on the other ear.

Master Students

Anna-Lena Reinsch

 

anna-lena.reinsch@uni-oldenburg.de

 +49 441 798 - 3468

 W30-1-108

Anna-Lena is an MSc student in the programme Physics, Engineering and Medicine (PTM). Her thesis topic is Frequency- and Level-Adaptive Categorical Loudness Scaling. ​​​​

Janique Reinwaldt

janique.reinwaldt@uni-oldenburg.de

 +49 441 798 - 3468

 W30-3-337

Janique is an MSc student in the programme Hearing Technology & Audiology. In her master thesis she is investigating the ability of hearing impaired people to use binaural signals and thus predict the influence on the individual benefit of beamforming in hearing aids.

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