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Dept. of Medical Physics and Acoustics - Signal Processing 
D-26111 Oldenburg 
Germany 

Tel: +49-441-798 5470 
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Dissertations

Dissertations

  1. Simon Doclo, Multi-microphone noise reduction and dereverberation techniques for speech applications, PhD Thesis, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, May 2003.
  2. Eugen Rasumow, Synthetic reproduction of head-related transfer functions by using microphone arrays, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, March 2015.
  3. Daniel Marquardt, Development and evaluation of psychoacoustically motivated binaural noise reduction and cue preservation techniques, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, November 2015.
  4. Ina Kodrasi, Dereverberation and noise reduction techniques based on acoustic multi-channel equalization, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, December 2015.
  5. Ante Jukić, Sparse multi-channel linear prediction for blind speech dereverberation, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, October 2017.
  6. Henning Schepker, Robust feedback suppression algorithms for single- and multi-microphone hearing aids, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, December 2017.
  7. Matthias Brandt, Automatic Restoration of Audio Signals in Media Archives, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, May 2018.
  8. Nico Gößling, Binaural beamforming algorithms and parameter estimation methods exploiting external microphones, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, October 2020.
  9. Ali Aroudi, Cognitive-driven speech enhancement using EEG-based auditory attention decoding for hearing aid applications, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, November 2020.
  10. Dörte Fischer, Single-Microphone Multi-Frame Speech Enhancement Exploiting Speech Interframe Correlation, PhD Thesis, University of Oldenburg, Germany, November 2020.
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