EUHA 2018

1. Dr. Michael Schulte, Oldenburg

“ACALES: A tool to reliably measure subjective listening effort and evaluate algorithms for noise reduction”

Language: german

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2. Dr. Matthias Latzel, Stäfa (Switzerland)

“Reducing listening effort by using binaural features in hearing aids: An EEG study – the next steps”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

3. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Alexandra Winkler M. Sc., Oldenburg

“Freiburg monosyllabic speech test in noise”

Language: german

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4. Prof. Dr. Anke Lesinski-Schiedat, Hannover

“Cognitive abilities in hearing impaired seniors in correlation with specific audiological diagnostics and preoperative MRI scans”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

Thursday, 18. Oct 2018

5. Dave Fabry Ph. D., Eden Prairie, Minnesota (USA)

“TeleAudiology improves clinical outcomes at every stage of the ‘patient journey’”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

6. Simon Müller M. Sc., Stuttgart

“Machine learning in an audiological application”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

7. Dr. Mariana Roslyng-Jensen M.Sc., Tåstrup (Denmark)

“Otoscan transforms the future of hearing care”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

8. Oliver Nipp, Erlangen

“Bluetooth connectivity for in-the-ear hearing aids: Development challenges”

Language: english

Topic (PDF)

9. Linda Liß, Aalen

“How reliable is the data logging function?”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

Friday, 19. Oct 2018


10. Florian Denk, Oldenburg

“An acoustically transparent hearing system”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

11. Micha Lundbeck M. Sc., Oldenburg

“Hearing aid evaluation using virtual acoustics”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

12. Dipl.-Ing. Horst Warncke, Hamburg

“Can hearing impaired people with hearing aids hear better than ‘normal hearing’ listeners?”

Language: german

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13. Dr.-Ing. Steven Marcrum Au. D., Regensburg

“A clinical assessment of feedback reduction systems in open-fit hearing aids”

Language: german

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14. Dr. Hendrik Husstedt, Lübeck

“Can percentile sound pressure levels be used to determine the signal-to-noise ratio?”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

15. Prof. Hubert H. Lim Ph. D., Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA)

“Bimodal sensory neuromodulation approaches for treating tinnitus: New possibilities for hearing care professionals”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

16. Prof. Dr. Gerhard Goebel, Prien am Chiemsee

“When is tinnitus a case for hearing aid acousticians? Notch therapy put to the test: Does tailor-made notched music training keep its promises?”

Language: german

Topic (PDF)

17. Hashir Aazh Ph. D., Guildford (U.K.)

“Clinical research update on assessment methods used for patients seeking help for tinnitus and/or hyperacusis from an audiology clinic”

Language: english

Topic (PDF)

18. Nicolas Siegert, Düsseldorf, und Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h. c. Ralf Siegert, Recklinghausen

“New universal implant for transcutaneous and percutaneous coupling”

Language: english

Topic (PDF)

19. Anna Biggins B. Sc., Stäfa (Switzerland)

“EasyView Otoblock: Innovative new Otoblock enables deeper impression taking”

Language: english

Topic (PDF)

20. Dave Fabry Ph. D., Eden Prairie, Minnesota (USA)

“Safe and sound: Development and validation of a hearing aid system for fall detection and safety alerting”

Language: english

Topic (PDF)

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