Wiebke Middelberg received her B.Eng. degree in Engineering Physics in 2019 and her M.Sc. degree in Engineering Physics with a specialization in Acoustics in 2021, both at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg. Since September 2021 she is pursuing a Dr.-Ing. degree in the Signal Processing Division at the Carl von Ossietzky University. At the DAGA 2022, she received the "DEGA Study Award" for her Master Thesis about GSC-based noise and interfer reduction in acoustic sensor networks.
- Multi-Microphone Processing
- Speech Enhancement in Acoustic Sensor Networks
- W. Middelberg, S. Doclo, Comparison of Generalized Sidelobe Canceller Structures Incorporating External Microphones for Joint Noise and Interferer Reduction, in Proc. ITG Conference on Speech Communication, Sep. 2021, pp. 104-108. [Poster]
- N. Gößling, W. Middelberg, S. Doclo RTF-Steered Binaural MVDR Beamforming Incorporating Multiple External Microphones, in Proc. IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), New Paltz, USA, Oct. 2019, pp. 368-372.
- W. Middelberg, S. Doclo, "MPDR-Based Extended GSC Structure for Joint Noise and Interferer Reduction in Hearing Devices", German Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA), Stuttgart, Germany, Mar. 2022. [Presentation Video]
- W. Middelberg, N. Gößling, S. Doclo, "Real-Time Evaluation of an RTF-Steered Binaural MVDR Beamformer Incorporating an External Microphone", German Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA), Rostock, Germany, Mar. 2019. [Poster]
- Exercises in "Grundpraktikum Physik I" (WS16/17, WS17/18, WS18/19, WS19/20, WS20/21)
- Exercises in "Nebenfachpraktikum Physik für Umweltwissenschaften" (SS18)
- Exercises in "Introduction to Matlab" (WS18/19, WS19/20)
- Exercises in "Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering II" (SS19, SS20, SS21)
- Exercises in "Blockpraktikum Digitiale Signalverarbeitung" (SS19, WS19/20, WS20/21, SS21, WS21/22)
- Supervision of "Grundpraktikum Physik I" (WS21/22)
- Project Supervision in "Advanced Topics Speech and Audio Processing" (WS21/22)
- Master Thesis: GSC-based Noise and Interference Reduction for Binaural Hearing Aids Exploiting External Microphones, Jun. 2021
- Bachelor Thesis: Combination of RTF Vector Estimates in Acoustic Sensor Networks, May 2019