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Ein Mann mit Kopfhörern sitzt vor einem Computermonitor, der viele Regler anzeigt. Der Betrachter blickt dem Mann über die Schulter.
Top News Medical Physics and Acoustics

Singing has become quieter

Researchers from Oldenburg have discovered that lead singers used to be significantly louder in relation to the rest of their band than they are today…

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Bernhard Eurich und Mathias Dietz sitzen im Hörlabor vor einem Computer und tragen Kopfhörer.
Top News Medical Physics and Acoustics

Hearing by numbers

Researchers have developed a mathematical model that can simulate directional hearing using considerably less computing power than others – and also…

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Frontal view into the laboratory, the wedges can be seen on all walls. A man is in the center of the room, standing on a net of wires.
Research Top News Medical Physics and Acoustics

A room without echoes

The door of the Anoechoic Lab on Wechloy Campus opens onto a world of silence. The key feature of the recently renovated acoustics lab is its huge…

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A test person sits on a chair, in the foreground some technical devices (loudspeakers, projectors) can be seen, in the background a living room scene is projected on a screen.
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Another success for Oldenburg's hearing research

Intelligent hearing aids that work even in difficult acoustic environments – that's what researchers at the university are working on in the…

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Man from behind, with hearing aid in ear and smartphone in hand
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Better hearing through automatic speech recognition?

Speech recognition software is on the rise thanks to smart home systems. Researchers from Oldenburg have now taught an artificial intelligence to hear…

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Two young women wearing a medical mask walk through a university building.
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Face masks: Loss of lip-reading affects everybody

Deterioration in speech understanding when the speaker is wearing a mask mainly has visual causes. They are even more significant than the acoustic…

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Tracking down speech signals

Background noise, reverberations and acoustic feedback often hamper speech comprehension when technical devices are in use. Hearing researcher Simon…

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The electron micrograph shows several viruses attacking a cell. The spike proteins can be clearly seen.
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Close-up of coronaviruses on the attack

Researchers at the University of Oldenburg are using electron microscopy images of SARS-CoV-2 to generate images that for the first time provide a…

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Young woman with EEG cap, virtual cafeteria environment in the background.
Top News Medical Physics and Acoustics

Using virtual reality to better understand auditory perception

How can virtual reality help to better investigate complex auditory processes? This is what Oldenburg researchers are investigating in three projects…

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