SFB-Kolloquium

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Prof. Dr. Volker Hohmann
Leitung SFB 1330

Management & Geschäftsstelle

Projektförderung

Gefördert durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) – Projektnummer 352015383 – SFB 1330

SFB-Kolloquium

SFB-Kolloquium

Das Kolloquium findet - sofern nicht anders angegeben - dienstags, 14:15 -16:00 Uhr in W2-1-148 (Universität Oldenburg) im Wechsel mit dem Departmentskolloquium statt.

Zusätzlich werden die meisten Vorträge im Videokonferenzraum des Departmentkolloqiums übertragen.

Weitere Termine sind in Vorbereitung.

Wintersemester 2022/2023

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
31.01.2023 W2 1-148 Prediction of speech intelligibility in binaural scenes based on deep learning Bernd Meyer &
Jana Roßbach
Bernd Meyer (C6)
23.01.2023 (Montag!)
14:15
online How the type of sound reflections in rooms affects the spatial appraisal of a speech source and its intelligibility Nicola Prodi
(Universita degli studi di Ferrara)
Bernhard Seeber
(C5)
17.01.2023 online Room acoustic modeling and where is it going?

Lauri Savioja
(Aalto University)

Stephan Ewert (C5)
10.01.2023 W2-1-148
+ online
Realization and evaluation of audio for Mixed Reality environments - An overview of the current activities in Ilmenau Annika Neidhardt
(TU Ilmenau)
Manan Lamba (A4)
20.12.2022 kein Vortrag      
13.12.2022 Vortrag fällt aus Some challenges and opportunities for conversation-based studies of hearing and device benefit Timothy Beechey
(University of Nottingham)
Julia Schütze
(C4)
06.12.2022 kein Vortrag      
29.11.2022 W2 1-148
+ online
Numerical parameter estimation in ear canal acoustics Nick Wulbusch
(Uni Oldenburg)
Matthias Blau (C1)
22.11.2022,
15:00 Uhr!
W30-033/034
+ online
An open data platform for multiple use of medical data & clinical decision support Antje Wulff
(Uni Oldenburg)
DMPA /
Mathias Dietz
15.11.2022 W2 1-148
+ online
Evolutionary variational optimization for probabilistic unsupervised learning Jakob Drefs
(Uni Oldenburg)
Jörg Lücke
(B2)
09.11.2022
(Mittwoch,
10:15 Uhr!)
W30-033/034
+ online
Using reverse correlation to study speech perception & Auditory perception of natural soundscapes Lėo Varnet & Christian Lorenzi (Ecole normale supérieure, Université PSL) Steven van de Par & Stephan Ewert

01.11.2022

online Psychophysiological correlates of listening effort: Markers, outcomes, or concomitants? Michael Richter
(Liverpool John Moores University)
Kirsten Wagener
(C4)
25.10.2022 W2 1-148
+ online
Joint speech detection and localization for hearing aids using deep-learning methods Peyman Goli
(Uni Oldenburg)
Steven van de Par
(B2)
18.10.2022 W2 1-148
+ online
Low-delay periodicity analysis and synthesis Volker Hohmann
(Uni Oldenburg)
Steven van de Par
(B2)

Sommersemester 2022 - Nachtrag

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
13.09.2022 W30-0-027/28
+ BBB

Hearing in a social context

Lauren Hadley
(University of Nottingham)
Giso Grimm
(B1)

Sommersemester 2022

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
19.07.2022 W30-0-33 + virtuell

Modeling temporal information encoding in the healthy and synaptopathic auditory nerve

Enrique Lopez-Poveda
(University of Salamanca, Spain)
Birger Kollmeier
12.07.2022 W30-3-324 + virtuell A unitary model of auditory frequency change perception Kai Siedenburg
(UOL)
Kai Siedenburg (A6)
21.06.2022 virtuell Bringing the real life into the lab: Experiments on auditory selective attention using virtual acoustics Janina Fels
(RWTH Aachen)
Volker Hohmann (B1)
07.06.2022 verschoben      
31.05.2022 kein Vortrag      
17.05.2022 virtuell Speech intelligibility prediction with hybrid auditory model- and ML-based methods: The best of two worlds? Birger Kollmeier
(UOL)
Birger Kollmeier (A4)

10.05.2022

nur virtuell Perceptual similarity between piano notes: Simulations with a template-based perception model Alejandro Osses (ENS, Paris) Thomas Biberger (A2)
03.05.2022 nur virtuell Speech-on-speech masking Virginia Best
(Boston U)
Jan Rennies-Hochmuth (A1)
26.04.2022

W2-1-148 + virtuell

The challenge of predicting binaural speech intelligibility and measuring listening fatigue Ewald Strasser, Thomas Brand Thomas Brand (A1)

Sommersemester 2021

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
13.07.2021 virtuell Perceptual analysis of spatial auditory scenes in virtual reality Axel Ahrens
(DTU)
Bernhard Seeber (C5)
06.07.2021 virtuell Modeling radiation and scattering with edge diffraction Peter U. Svensson (Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU, Norway) Stephan Ewert (C5)
29.06.2021   verschoben auf Wintersemester 2021/22   Julia Schütze (C4)
22.06.2021 virtuell Optimizing hearing healthcare system response to patient’s needs via the ICF core sets for hearing loss: what has been done, where we are, and the future direction Razan Alfakir
(Auburn University, Alabama, USA)

 

Tahereh Afghah (C4)
01.06.2021 virtuell Audio reproduction in non-optimal acoustical environments

Ali Fallah

(UOL)

Steven van de Par (C2)
18.05.2021 virtuell Individualization of HRTFs based on anthropometric features Fabian Brinkmann, Stefan Weinzierl
(TU Berlin)
Matthias Blau (C1)

11.05.2021

Uhrzeit:
12:15-13:45!

virtuell Spatial augmented/mixed reality audio for hearables: recent works in applying AI and DSP for real sound sensing and control Woon-Seng Gan (NTU, Singapore) Simon Doclo (C1)
03.05.2021
(Montag,
16.00 !)
virtuell Neuroscience-inspired analysis and visualization of convolutional speech recognition models Andreas Krug, Sebastian Stober 
(OVGU Magdeburg)
Jörn Anemüller (B3)
27.04.2021 virtuell Investigating speech perception with cochlear implants in both directions: Effects of simulated channel interactions and removal of background noise using machine learning Tobias Goehring
(U Cambridge)
Mathias Dietz (B4)
20.04.2021   verschoben auf 03.05.21    

Wintersemester 2020/2021

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
02.02.2021 virtuell Robust binaural sound localisation using raw waveforms Ning Ma (University of Sheffield, UK) Simon Doclo (B2)
26.01.2021 virtuell 1) Speech-aware DOA estimation using CNNs

2) Glimpse formation based on local feature contrasts and spectro-temporal context
1) Reza Varzandeh


2) Steven van de Par
(Sarinah Sutojo)
Steven van de Par (B2)
19.01.2021 virtuell Clarity Challenge - Machine learning challenges for hearing devices Jon Barker (University of Sheffield, UK) Volker Hohmann (B1)
22.12.2020 virtuell Ecological validity and the selection of scenarios for laboratory testing Karolina Smeds (Office of Research in Clinical Amplification, Europe, Widex A/S, Sweden) Anna Warzybok (A5)
15.12.2020 virtuell Presynaptic cytoskeleton dynamics impact signal transmission at an central auditory synapse Christian Keine (UOL) Birger Kollmeier (A4)
08.12.2020 virtuell Modelling of bone conduction hearing Stefan Stenfelt (Linköping University, Sweden) Birger Kollmeier (A4)
24.11.2020 virtuell Development and applications of a virtual listener in (virtual) complex acoustic scenes Marc-Rene Schädler (UOL) Marc-Rene Schädler (A3)
17.11.2020 virtuell Internal noise in auditory modulation detection Christian Lorenzi
(ENS, Paris)
Stephan Ewert (A2)
03.11.2020 virtuell Hearing impairment and individual variability in modelling binaural speech intelligibility Mathieu Lavandier
(Universite de Lyon)
Brand, Rennies
(A1)
27.10.2020 virtuell Data and models about binaural aspects of intelligibility and listening effort Brand, Rennies & Co Brand, Rennies
(A1)

Wintersemester 2019/2020

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
14.02.2020
10:15-10:45
W30-0-027/28 Contribution of listener translation to the perceived externalization in binaural reproduction Manan Lamba
(TU Ilmenau -  Fraunhofer IDMT)
 
21.01.2020   The evaluation of rhythm and pitch perception correlation with the sound source location in horizontal plane in a cocktail party scenario Tahereh Afghah
(USC San Diego)
Volker Hohmann
17.12.2019 W2 1-148 Electric stimulation of auditory nerve fibers. Modelling and Measurements Werner Hemmert
(TU München)
Mathias Dietz

Vorherige Semester

Datum Ort Titel Referent/in Einladene/r
Dienstag, 17.09.2019,
16:00-18:00
W30-0-033/34 Einfluss gerätebedingter Laufzeitunterschiede auf die Lokalisationsfähigkeit bimodaler CI-/HG-Träger Stefan Zirn (Hochschule Offenburg) Volker Hohmann
Freitag, 08.02.2019
10:15-11:45
W30-0-033/34 Entwicklung und Evaluation von Deep-Neural-Network-Systemen zur Schallquellenlokalisation mittels Mikrofon-Arrays Hendrik Schoof Jörn Anemüller
Freitag, 30.11.2018
10:15-11:45
W30-0-033/34 Binaural masking level differences (BMLD) - Daten und Modellideen Kristin Bracklo Birger Kollmeier, Mathias Dietz
(Stand: 17.01.2023)