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Hearing Aid Signal Processing - Selected Topics

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Abstract: With increases in computational power and battery technology, current hearing aid systems allow advanced signal processing solutions. In this presentation we will discuss basic goals of modern hearing aid systems and give an overview of signal processing solutions to achieve these goals. Furthermore, we will describe in some detail state-of-the-art speech enhancement algorithms for hearing aid systems. Finally, we will present recent advances in algorithms for predicting the speech intelligibility of noisy and potentially signal-processed speech signals.

Biography: Dr Jesper Jensen is a senior research engineer at Oticon A/S, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hearing aids, and is also a part-time professor at Aalborg University in Denmark. He has extensive experience of signal processing for hearing assistive devices, of speech enhancement and of speech intelligibility metrics. He has published more than 100 conference/journal papers and has around 30 filed or granted patent applications in areas related to signal processing for hearing aid systems.

This talk is part of the COMMSP Seminar series.

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