EUHA2019

1. Prof. Dr. Andreas Dietz, Leipzig/Bonn

“Artificial intelligence in the operating theatre of the future”

Languages: german

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2. Dr. Hendrik Husstedt, Lübeck

“Technical evaluation of feedback reduction algorithms in hearing aids”

Languages: german

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3. Christophe Lesimple, Bern (Switzerland) / Lyon (France)

“Method to evaluate acoustic feedback in dynamic and realistic situations using a fast-acting feedback canceller”

Languages: german

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4. Dipl.-Ing. Lutz Ehrig, Dresden

“MEMS speaker for otology”

Languages: german

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Thursday, 17 Oct 2019

5. Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kießling, Gießen

“Hearables – current status and future perspectives”

Languages: „deutsch“

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6. Prof. Dr. Anna Nagl, Aalen

“The impact of digitisation on the buying behaviour of so-called personas”

Languages: german

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7. Prof. Dr. Dr. Ulrich Hoppe, Erlangen

“Is individual speech intelligibility with cochlear implants predictable?”

Languages: „deutsch“

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8. Takeshi Nakaichi Ph.D., Tokio (Japan)

“Cartilage conduction hearing aid (CCHA) – device and performance shown in clinical studies”

Languages: english

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10. Dr. Matthias Latzel, Stäfa (Switzerland)

“Comparison of classification systems in complex listening situations”

Languages: german

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11. Dr.-Ing. Tobias Wurzbacher, Erlangen

“Sensors in the hearing instrument? Extended scene analysis using motion patterns”

Languages: german

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12. Dipl.-Ing. Horst Warncke, Hamburg

“Power to the People”

Languages: german

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13. Simon Müller M. Sc., Stuttgart

“From real life hearing to signal processing”

Languages: „deutsch“

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Friday, 18 Oct 2019


14. Franziska Scharata B. Sc., Lübeck

“The influence of crystallised intelligence on listening in a cocktail party situation”

Languages: german

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15. Hans-Christian Drechsler, Ballerup (Denmark)

“Artificial intelligence in the hearing care industry – benefits for hearing aid users and hearing care professionals”

Languages: „deutsch“

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16. Dipl.-Ing. Marc Aubreville, Erlangen

“Artificial intelligence everywhere? Past, present and future for hearing aid applications”

Languages: german

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17. Felix Gassenmeyer M. Sc., Lübeck

“Prediction of the sound pressure at the tympanic membrane using the finite element method for individual hearing aid fittings”

Languages: „deutsch“

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18. Kevin Seitz-Paquette Au. D., Eden Prairie, Minnesota (USA)

“Clinical considerations of comorbidities of hearing loss”

Languages: english

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20. Dipl.-Ing. Siegrid Meier M. A., Lübeck

“Empowerment in the context of hearing impairment: only if technology no longer helps?”

Languages: „deutsch“

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21. Daisuke Suzuki M. Sc., Utsunomiya (Japan)

“Case studies illustrate pros and cons of integrating telemedicine in hearing aid fitting and follow-up”

Languages: english

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