Digital hearing devices
The group's objective is to improve the individual benefit of hearing devices for patients with a hearing loss above the age-related average ("clinical population"). In particular, the primary goal of the research is to significantly improve aided performance in complex, realistic listening conditions with noise and reverberation in the individual case.
The group's work covers the following topics:
From 2013 until 2017, the following area was also a part of it:
- Individualization, Fitting and Evaluation of Hearing Devices (iHeaD)
(Principal investigator: T. Neher)
Until 2018, the following area was also a part of it: