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New VA Release: Version 2023a

04. Juli 2023 | von
The newest version of our auralization framework Virtual Acoustics was just released.
The release includes some new features related to rendering, usage improvements, and some bug fixes.
The new version can be downloaded from the project’s website.
A full changelog can also be found here.

Equal-Life Consortium Meeting 2023 Stockholm

28. Juni 2023 | von

From April 3rd to 5th 2023, the Equal-Life Consortium Meeting hosted by the Karolinska Institute took place in Stockholm. The Equal-Life project is part of the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme by the European Union. The project’s aim is to better understand the different exposures (physical, social, internal) children experience in childhood and adolescence, which may have an impact on the individual health status as in adulthood.

Karin Loh and Julia Seitz attended the meeting as consortium members. Both presented parts of their work. Julia Seitz gave a talk in the PhD session on ‘Examining Listening Effort in Children in Classroom Situations’. As part of the session ‘Selected contributions from Equal-Life’, Karin Loh presented  ‘Exploring noise effects by linking auditory selective attention switches and heart rate variability measured in children’.

 

 

POSTER 2023 Conference in Prag

09. Juni 2023 | von

Mid last month, three of our Ph.D. students had the opportunity to present their work at the 27th International Student Conference on Electrical Engineering (POSTER 2023) in Prague, which is organized by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at CTU Prague.

In the Best Poster Award,  Jonas Heck and his co-author Christian Dreier achieved the fourth place in the session „History of Science“ with their contribution „Towards an Immersive Audio-visual Model of Copacabana for Future Urban Studies“.

Cosima A. Ermert was awarded with the second place in the session „Communications“ with her work on „Short-Term Memory Performance under Gender and Spatial Audio-Visual Mismatch“.

Anthor second place went to Julia Seitz and her co-author Karin Loh for their poster on „A Listening Experiment to Study Intentional Switching of Auditory Selective Attention in Preschool Children“ in the session „Natural Science“.

We congratulate on behalf of the IHTA! More photos are available on the conference website.

1st IHTA Retreat

05. Juni 2023 | von

An interchange for good teamwork between researchers
On 28th and 29th March 2023, the scientific staff of IHTA was on a retreat at Gut Hohenholz near Bedburg in the Rhein Erft Kreis. During these two days, the institute’s past was reflected, and it was discussed how the future of the IHTA can be shaped together. Moreover, there was an intensive exchange among each other’s scientific work in the form of poster sessions. The researchers presented each other’s projects and revealed which milestones needed to be reached to achieve specific goals. Between poster sessions team spirit was strengthened, and the future of teaching and workflows were addressed. Furthermore, it was discussed how the skills of individual researchers could be maintained and passed on to new staff members.

Overall, it was two successful days with a lot of input for each individual and a lot of output for the group at IHTA.
A big thank you to Joachim Bellut, who guided us through the two days with his great moderation!

New publication on HRTFs in Journal of the Audio Engineering Society

27. April 2023 | von

We are happy to announce that the article “A magnitude-based parametric model predicting the audibility of HRTF variation” by Shaima’a Doma, Cosima Ermert, and Janina Fels has been recently published in the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society (JAES) as part of the Special Issue on “Spatial Audio”. The study examines just noticeable differences in HRTFs with a focus on monaural cue changes. The probability of a listener detecting spectral changes is modelled as a function of three monaural error metrics, with linear model coefficients derived using Principal Component Analysis.

The open-access article can be viewed and downloaded in the AES E-Library.

Graphical abstract of the published paper.

Sacred Sound: The acoustic reconstruction of no longer existing spaces

24. April 2023 | von

The project Sacred Sound – Sacred Space, led by musicologist Prof. Stefan Morent of the University of Tübingen, deals with the acoustics of sacred spaces as they existed and were used many centuries ago. In cooperation with IHTA, this project uses simulations to reconstruct, for example, the acoustics of the abbey church of Cluny III in order to auralize the liturgical chants of the medieval monks. Cluny III existed between 1130 and 1790 and was the largest church in the world until the construction of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Based on the room acoustic simulations, medieval choir chants were performed and recorded in IHTA’s laboratories by the ensemble Ordo Virtutum. During the recordings, the singers were presented with the reflections of the virtually reconstructed church space in real time. In further steps of the project these recordings will be analyzed musicologically in order to investigate the influence of the architecture on the musical performance.

Parts of the project were recently documented by the SWR in a radio (116 min.) and a TV report (20 min; both in German language).

Thanks for everyone at IHTA who supported this project. Thanks also to the Visual Computing Institute for helping out with the aixCAVE system and to the company Sennheiser for providing microphones for the recording sessions!

Studienpreis der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Akustik 2023 an Julia Seitz

21. April 2023 | von

Im Rahmen der DAGA 2023 in Hamburg wurde der DEGA Studienpreis an M.Sc. Julia Seitz für Ihre herausragende Masterarbeit „Intentional Switching of Spatial Auditory Selective Attention in Preschool Children“ verliehen. Wir gratulieren!

DAGA 2023 in Hamburg – 49th Annual Conference on Acoustics

19. April 2023 | von

The 49th Annual Conference on Acoustics DAGA took place from March 6th to March 9th 2023, in Hamburg. The IHTA was represented there with 22 presentations and seven posters. The researchers presented their work in eleven different subject areas. This shows the broad range of topics the Institute covers in hearing technology and acoustics.

During the conference, the technical committees of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik e.V. (DEGA) met. In the technical committee Hörtechnik (Hearing Acoustics) Professor Janina Fels handed over the chair position after six years. Besides, the technical group Junge DEGA selected Simon Kersten as its new chairman. Jonas Heck, who was elected as deputy, supports him in this position.

After the dinner at the social evening on Wednesday, the IHTA Band performed two songs from their repertoire. On Thursday, a small group took the opportunity to participate in an excursion to the Elbphilharmonie. Not only the grand hall was visited, but also the rooftop was climbed.

DAGA 2023 – 49. Jahrestagung für Akustik

03. März 2023 | von

Again, IHTA is joining DAGA in Hamburg with interesting contributions from March, 6th, to March, 8th, 2023. We are delighted to invite to our presentations and posters. In total, IHTA members will be represented with 27 contributions (22 presentations and 5 posters):

Presentations
Tuesday, March 7th
Jonas Heck,
Josep Llorca-Bofí, Aakriti Jain, Michael Vorländer
Text mining of audio-visual descriptors for concert halls Raumakustik 1 – Qualitätsfragen und Fallstudien A 14:00 Saal X 1-2
Lukas Vollmer, Elisabeta Balla, Björn Kampa, Janina Fels The Auditory Mismatch Negativity as an EEG-derived Measure of Predictive Coding Psychoakustik 14:20 Saal X 7-8
Lukas Aspöck, Michael Vorländer,
Anne Heimes,  Andreas Herweg, Olivier Dazel
An online course about acoustic simulations and auralization Lehre der Akustik 15:00 Saal Y 4
Shaimaa Doma,
Cosima Ermert, Janina Fels
On the monaural contribution to HRTF discrimination Perceptual Optimization of Dynamic Binaural Rendering 2 16:40 Saal Y 9
Lara Stürenburg, Hark Braren, Lukas Aspöck, Janina Fels Akustische Vermessung einer Wärmepumpe für Hörexperimente und Simulationen Strömungsakustik in der Energiewende 17:20 Saal X 9-10
Wednesday, March 8th
Marco Berzborn, Michael Vorländer Analytic Model Based Analysis of Modal Sound Field Decay Raumakustik 2 – Messung und Simulation A 09:00 Saal X 1-2
Thomas Deutsch, Janina Fels Evaluating Models for the Simulation of Cochlear Hearing Loss Audiologische Akustik 3 – Charakterisierung des Hörsystems 10:00 Saal Y 5
Pascal Palenda,
Michael Kohnen, Michael Vorländer
Influence of Position Mismatch on the Perception of Early Reflections of One’s Own Voice Virtuelle Akustik 1 10:40 Saal X 11-12
Karin Loh, Edina Fintor, Sophie Nolden, Janina Fels Comparing Children’s and Adults’ Intentional Switching of Auditory Selective Attention in Spatial and Noisy Acoustic Environments Psychoakustik 14:00 Saal X 7-8
Julia Seitz, Karin Loh, Sophie Nolden, Janina Fels Investigating Intentional Switching of Spatial Auditory Selective Attention in an Experiment with Preschool Children Psychoakustik 14:20 Saal X 7-8
Hark Braren, Janina Fels Individualized Head-related Transfer Functions for Children Virtuelle Akustik 3 16:40 Saal X 11-12
Mark Müller-Giebeler, Michael Vorländer Präzise Modellierung diffuser Schallfelder zur inversen Bestimmung akustischer Materialparameter Raumakustik 2 – Messung und Simulation B 17:40 Saal X 1-2
Anne Heimes,
Michael Vorländer
Measurement setup design for scattering patterns based on numerical simulations Raumakustik 2 – Messung und Simulation B 18:20 Saal X 1-2
Ingo Witew, Michael Vorländer Wie genau müssen Messpositionen für reproduzierbare Klarheitsmaß Messungen definiert werden? Raumakustik 2 – Messung und Simulation B Saal   X 1-2
Thursday,   March 9th
Chinthusa Mohanathasan, Jonathan Ehret, Cosima A. Ermert, Janina Fels,
Torsten W. Kuhle,
Sabine J. Schlittmeiers
Towards More Realistic Listening Research in Virtual Environments: The Effect of Spatial Position of Two Talkers in Conversations on Memory and Listening Effort SPP2236 – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 1 09:20 Saal Y 5
Josep Llorca-Bofí,
Jonas Heck, Michael Vorländer
Reproducibility Exploration of Individual Vocabulary Profiles on Urban Soundscapes: Driescher Hof, Aachen Soundscape 09:40 Saal X 5-6
Cosima A. Ermert,
Jonathan Ehret,
Torsten W. Kuhlen,
Chinthusa Mohanathasan, Sabine J. Schlittmeier,
Janina Fels
Audio-visual content mismatches in the serial recall paradigm SPP2236 – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 1 09:50 Saal Y 5
Chalotorn Möhlmann,
Simon Kersten,
Michael Vorländer
Finite Element Simulation of the Occlusion Effect in the Ear Canal Assisted Hearing – Testing, Models, Quality 1 10:00 Saal X 11-12
Lukas Aspöck, Stefan Morent, Michael Vorländer Simulated reverberation for choir recordings in virtual churches Raumakustik 10:20 Plenarsaal
Simon Kersten, Henning Taschke, Michael Vorländer Fluid Motion and Pressure Distribution in the Human Inner Ear during Bone Conduction Hearing Assisted Hearing – Testing, Models, Quality 1 10:20 Saal X 11-12
Carolin Breuer,
Stephan Fremerey, Larissa Leist, Maria Klatte,
Alexander Raake, Janina Fels
Investigating the Influence of Visual Distractors on the Voluntary Switchtig of Auditory Selective Attention in Virtual Reality SPP2236 – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 1 10:40 Saal Y 5
Elie Abi Raad,
Jose Maria Gomez Belmonte, Michael Vorländer
Frequency response characterization of the welding process in Ultrasonic Metal Welding Structure-borne sound 16:00 Saa Y6
Poster
Wednesday, March 8th
Stefan Winkelmann,
Lara Stürenburg, Isabel S. Schiller, Janina Fels,
Sabine J. Schlittmeier
Subjektiver akustischer Komfort von Luftdurchlässen für Gebäudelüftungen Psychoakustik 15:40-16:20

Foyer Z, Posterinsel H

Marco Wegener, Jonas Heck, Josep Llorca-Bofí, Rouben Rehman, Christian Dreier, Philipp Schäfer, Michael Vorländer

Introducing an Unreal Engine toolkit for audio-visual perception studies in the virtual lab IHTApark Virtuelle Akustik
(Late Poster)
15:40-16:20

Foyer Z, Posterinsel Q

Thursday, March 9th
Frederike Rust, Karin Loh, Lukas Aspöck, Janina Fels Auswirkung akustischer Maßnahmen auf das Lärmempfinden im Klassenraum Raumakustik
(Late Poster)
11:00-11:40 Foyer Z, Posterinsel R
Jianliang Gao, Ingo Witew, Lukas Aspöck, Michael Vorländer, S. K. Tang Global sound field estimation of a theatre using an efficient multi-channel room acoustic measurement system Raumakustik
(Late Poster)
11:00-11:40

Foyer Z, Posterinsel R

Lili Pan, Jianliang Gao, Yuezhe Zhao An optimized procedure for random-incidence scattering coefficient measurement in 1:10 scaled reverberation room Raumakustik
(Late Poster)
11:00-11:40

Foyer Z, Posterinsel R

An overview of all contributions and updated information can be found in the DAGA 2023 App.

We are looking forward to seeing you at DAGA 2023!

BaLSaM project at IHTA invites to the kickoff event

10. Januar 2023 | von

The BaLSaM project investigates how traffic noise can be simulated and auralized, aiming to develop concepts to minimize road noise to create more pleasant environments. The goal is to make living spaces more attractive for people. For this purpose, the simulation focuses on the noise perception of humans so that the noise pollution is represented as accurately as possible. This simulation technique will later be used in planning traffic and living spaces. Additionally, an optimization study for exemplary scenarios will also be carried out during the project. If you are interested in this topic, we would like to invite you to the online BaLSaM kickoff event. You can register here: (DE) http://bit.ly/BaLSaMde

BaLSaM is funded within the mFUND framework.

The BaLSAM project partners are:

BaLSaM stands for “Braunkohlereviere als attraktive Lebensräume durch Straßengeräuschsimulation auf Basis bestehender Verkehrsdaten zur Minimierung von Lärm” and more information on the project can be found here: https://www.ika.rwth-aachen.de/de/pressemitteilungen/4140-attraktive-lebensräume-fürs-braunkohlerevier-–-projekt-balsam-hilft,-belastung-durch-straßenlärm-zu-minimieren.html

DAGA 2023 Travel Grants

04. November 2022 | von

Die Gesellschaft für Technische Akustik (GfTA e.V.) möchte Studierende des IHTAs unterstützen an der kommenden Jahrestagung für Akustik (DAGA 2023) teilzunehmen. Diese findet vom 6. bis zum 9. März 2022 in Hamburg statt und bietet eine sehr gute Möglichkeit, erste Erfahrungen bei wissenschaftlichen Konferenzen zu sammeln.

Die GfTA fördert in diesem Jahr bis zu drei Studierende durch einen Reisezuschuss (Travel grant) in Höhe von jeweils 250€. Kandidat*innen müssen keinen wissenschaftlichen Beitrag bei der Konferenz einreichen, sollten aber zuvor noch keine DAGA-Konferenz besucht haben und an einer Lehrveranstaltung am IHTA teilgenommen haben.

Um Dich für den Travel grant zu bewerben, schreibe eine Email an Lukas Aspöck und erkläre in ein oder zwei Sätzen, warum Du motiviert bist an einer Akustik-Konferenz teilzunehmen. Die Deadline für Bewerbungen ist der 2.12.2022.

International Congress on Acoustics ICA 2022

03. November 2022 | von

The Institute for Hearing Technology and Acoustics looks back on a very enjoyable and successful 24th International Congress on Acoustics ICA 2022 in Gyeongju, South Korea. IHTA was present with a total of 10 delegates and actively contributed to the program with two theme organizers, five special session organizers, 10 oral presentations, and one plenary lecture. The conference was an excellent event to meet the international acoustic community in real life again.

The full proceedings of the conference are available for download on the ICA 2022 website.

IHTA at the BauSIM conference in Weimar

22. September 2022 | von

From the 20th to the 22nd September 2022, the BauSIM conference took place. The scientific core topic of the conference is traditionally the energetic simulation in the building sector and offers an ideal discussion forum for experts from science and industry for mutual exchange. The conference is organized by the and IBSPA Germany-Austria, member of the International Building and Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA) This year’s conference introduced a new session on acoustic simulation topics, and our institute was present.

In particular, our Junior Principal Investigator Dr. Josep Llorca-Bofí, from the PAAD group was invited as key-note speaker, talking about The city – A machine for noise? Virtual acoustics in architectural design research. Together with our PhD student M. Sc. Jonas Heck and  Professor Michael Vorländer, the following research paper was presented: 3D photogrammetry for auralization – An approach for geometry simplification and material categorization.

 

junge DEGA Workshop 2022 in Stuttgart

12. September 2022 | von

From 2nd to 4th September 2022, after a three-years break due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the “junge DEGA Herbstworkshop” took place in Stuttgart, like the DAGA conference earlier this year. Junge DEGA is a sub-group of the German Acoustical Society with the mission to connect students, PhDs and young professionals in the domain of acoustics. It organizes special sessions and panel discussions during the Annual German Conference on Acoustics (DAGA), providing information on research funding opportunities and job entry. Furthermore, junge DEGA offers a mentoring program with active participation from industry and academia.

Two PhD students of the Institute for Hearing Technology and Acoustics, Simon Kersten and Jonas Heck, as well as Nils Rummler, recently graduated bachelor student, participated in this year’s workshop. The program started with visits at the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP and the Center for Building Physics (ZfB, Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart). Furthermore, it consisted of short presentations given by the participants, a plenary meeting of the junge DEGA group to plan the following year’s activities and a guided visit of the new main station construction site (known as Stuttgart 21) with a focus on noise and vibration control. The weekend was concluded with a hands-on workshop on building a loudspeaker from residual materials and competing for the highest sound pressure level.

Pictures from the workshop can be found in the gallery below.

 

Inter-noise 2022 in Glasgow

08. September 2022 | von

This year’s inter-noise conference took place from August 21st to 24th in Glasgow, Scotland. More than 1000 delegates participated in this conference and presented interesting research in the field of acoustics and noise. Highlights of the conference included key note talks by Lily Wang (University of Nebraska–Lincoln) on indoor acoustic conditions and by the Salford Group (Andy Moorhouse, Andy Elliott and Josh Meggitt) on virtual acoustic prototypes.

Four researchers of the Institute for Hearing Technology and Acoustics travelled to the conference and presented the following research papers:

The full conference proceedings are also available for download here.

The interesting scientific program was accompanied by an entertaining social program as well as various early career events, which helped many of the younger participants to connect with each other. The International Institute of Noise Control Engineering (i-ince) also supported young researchers by providing travel grants, one of which was received by Elie Abi Raad. Congratulations, Elie, to this grant.

Pictures from the conference including the grant ceremony can be found in the gallery below.

IHTA at the POSTER 2022 Conference

04. September 2022 | von

After a break of three years due to the pandemic, this year in May, the 26th International Student Conference on Electrical Engineering POSTER 2022 was held in Prague, Czech Republic. This annual event in Czech’s capital city is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate students to gain first experiences at an international conference and strengthens the relationship between CTU Prague and RWTH Aachen University.

Three Phd students of the Institute for Hearing Technology and Acoustics presented scientific work in Prague:

  • Anne Heimes: Virtual reality environments for soundscape research
  • Carolin Reimers: Investigating the Auditory Selective Attention Switch in Virtual Reality
  • Lukas Vollmer: Evaluating Spatial Audio for Hearing Aid Applications

We are happy to report that the work by Anne Heimes was selected by a jury as the best paper in the category Informatics and Cybernetics. Congratulations to Anne for this award!

Pictures of the event can be found on the conference’s website.

Verabschiedung von Herrn Uwe Schlömer

08. August 2022 | von

Nach einer fast 50-jährigen Dienstzeit ist am 1. August 2022 der Leiter der mechanischen Werkstatt, Uwe Schlömer, in den wohlverdienten Ruhestand gegangen. Zur Verabschiedung wurde, entsprechend der Tradition der Doktorhüte, diesmal ein „Meisterhut“ überreicht, begleitet von einem Buch mit Grußworten aktueller sowie ehemaliger Mitarbeiter*innen und Anekdoten aus der langjährigen Dienstzeit.

Das IHTA bedankt sich auch an dieser Stelle nochmal für die hervorragende, immer verlässliche Arbeit von Uwe Schlömer und wünscht alles Gute für den Ruhestand.

Die mechanische Werkstatt des Instituts wird nun von Marc Eiker geleitet.

Early Career Presenter Award at the 182nd ASA Meeting

23. Juni 2022 | von

The 182nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) was held in Denver, Colorado, from 23- 27 May 2022. At the conference, our PhD student Simon Kersten was honored with the Early Career Presenter Award by the Computational Acoustics Technical Committee of the ASA for his presentation on “Influence of the Model Parameters for the Finite Element Simulation of Bone Conduction in the Human Head”.

In this work, the influence of the various material parameters that are to be determined for finite-element models of human heads in bone conduction research was illustrated using a simple ellipsoid model. This research is part of the CRC 1330 HAPPAA funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

Congratulations to Simon for this award!

 

Promotionsprüfung Dipl.-Ing. Jonas Stienen

21. Juni 2022 | von

Am 3. Juni 2022 hat Herr Jonas Stienen seine mündliche Promotionsprüfung erfolgreich abgeschlossen.

Herr Stienen promovierte über das Thema:

„Real-time auralisation of outdoor sound propagation“

Doktorhut- und Doktortape-Übergabe

Das IHTA gratuliert sehr herzlich!

Abstract der Doktorarbeit:

Auralisation describes the process of generating and presenting audible sound using computer programs and audio hardware. Since the result is perceived naturally by the human’s auditory system, a demonstration by means of auralisation is easily comprehensible and does neither require background knowledge nor expertise. Producing auralisation under real-time constraints increases the implementation demands significantly. Real-time auralisation is required in applications that respond to user interaction, for example, in interactive Virtual Reality (VR) environments. Dynamically moving sound sources and receivers evoke a change in the perceived sound, and the corresponding result must be provided as quickly as possible. A feeling of immersion can be created if the response time of the system does not exceed perceptual thresholds and thus enables a plausible scene presentation. To achieve this emotional state, real-time auralisation must comply with the expected physical behaviour.

The realisation of a real-time auralisation application for outdoor environments represents a promising addition to current noise assessment procedures. It also delivers the foundation for the auditory modality in outdoor VR scenarios, which can server as as an audio-video tool for perception-related scientific investigations.

In the past, auralisation has gained much attention in room acoustics. An attempt to transfer the established concepts and approaches to outdoor environments reveals two systemic deficiencies.

Firstly, room acoustic simulations are commonly based on Geometrical Acoustics (GA), which determines reflected sound rapidly and with high accuracy, but struggles to incorporate diffracted sound. In most urban settings, however, the transmission of sound from a noise source to a receiver contains a significant contribution of both reflected and diffracted components. Furthermore, dynamic virtual environments are time-variant. Traditional realisations often neglect this characteristic, treating an acoustic environment as temporarily static on a frame-by-frame basis. Adaption to dynamic events is implemented by transition of sequences of time-invariant simulations, which is contradictory to the highly dynamic nature of outdoor scenarios.

To address these two misconceptions, a real-time auralisation system is suggested that attaches increased importance to fast geometric diffraction simulations and is based on an audio rendering network that reflects the time-variant nature of dynamic outdoor sound propagation.

Das IHTA bei der DAGA Stuttgart 2022

18. März 2022 | von

Nach dreijähriger, pandemiebedingter Pause fährt das Institut für Hörtechnik und Akustik wieder zur DAGA Tagung, die dieses Mal in Stuttgart stattfindet.

Hier eine Übersicht der wissenschaftlichen Beiträge (22.3.2022 – 24.3.2022):

 

Vorträge

 

 Wann?  Erstautor*in  Titel  Raum  Sitzung
Dienstag
14:00 Uhr
Lukas Aspöck Configuration of a real-time auralization framework for complex scenes 7-01 Virtuelle Akustik für dynamische Szenen: Methoden und experimentelle Anwendungen 1
Dienstag
14:20 Uhr
Pascal Palenda Open-Source Simulation Scheduling Framework for Real-Time Auralisation 7-01 Virtuelle Akustik für dynamische Szenen: Methoden und experimentelle Anwendungen 1
Dienstag
14:20 Uhr
Simon Kersten Finite Element Simulation of Bone Conduction in the Human Head: The Inner Ear Component 9-0.267 Physiologische Akustik
Dienstag
14:20 Uhr
Nils Rummler Analysis of Multi-Exponential Decay Constant Estimation Methods 47-03 Messung der Schallabsorption 1
Dienstag
14:40 Uhr
Christian Dreier Inverse modelling of vehicle pass-by noise for auralizations 7-01 Virtuelle Akustik für dynamische Szenen: Methoden und experimentelle Anwendungen 1
Dienstag
14:40 Uhr
Masoumeh Salehi Ersatzschaltbildmodellierung von Knochenschall 9 0.267 Physiologische Akustik
Dienstag
15:00 Uhr
Mark Müller-Giebeler Neural Network Based In-situ Method to Determine Surface Impedance and Absorption Coefficient of Porous Materials 47-03 Messung der Schallabsorption 1
Dienstag
15:20 Uhr
Roberto Campos Ruiz Dynamic Road Noise Mapping Prediction Using Machine Learning 9-0208 Geräuschbeurteilung
Dienstag
17:20 Uhr
Elie Abi Raad On using machine learning in Ultrasonic Metal Welding 57-06 AI-based methods for audio analysis and knowledge extraction 2
Mittwoch
09:40 Uhr
Thomas Deutsch An Assessment of Higher-Order Ambisonics Reproduction in the Context of Spatial Release from Masking 9-01 Psychoakustik 3
Mittwoch
14:00 Uhr
Michael Kohnen SAQI comparison of CTC, Ambisonics and VBAP 7-01 Virtuelle Akustik 2
Mittwoch
15:20 Uhr
Jonas Heck Ambient Sounds in Auralization – Calibration Method for Spherical Microphones 7-01 Virtuelle Akustik 2
Mittwoch
17:00 Uhr
Lukas Vollmer Stimulus Onset Asynchronies in Audio-visual Serial Recall Performance 9-01 Psychoakustik 5
Donnerstag
08:40 Uhr
Jamilla Balint The methodology matrix to investigate evaluation methods in auditory cognition in interactive virtual environments 9-0208 SPP 2236 AUDICTIVE – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 1
Donnerstag
09:00 Uhr
Hark Braren On the Influence of Knee Reflections in HRTF Measurements 47-03 Binauraltechnik
Donnerstag
09:00 Uhr
Ingo Witew Zur Unsicherheit von Raumimpulsantwortmessungen 47-01 Raumakustik 1
Donnerstag
09:40 Uhr
Josep Llorca Bofi Unfolding urban vocabularies – Audio-visual description of public spaces and their connections to urban analysis 47-05 Soundscape
Donnerstag
10:20 Uhr
Carolin Reimers Investigating Different Cueing Methods for Auditory Selective Attention in Virtual Reality 9-0208 SPP 2236 AUDICTIVE – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 1
Donnerstag
10:40 Uhr
Philipp Schäfer Auralization with Linked Atmospheric and Urban Noise Propagation Models 9-01 Lärm – Schifffahrt und Flugverkehr 2
Donnerstag
14:00 Uhr
Cosima Ermert Examining the Influence of Varying Audio Reproduction Methods on Verbal Short-Term Memory 9-0208 SPP 2236 AUDICTIVE – Auditory Cognition in Interactive Virtual Environments 2
Donnerstag
14:20 Uhr
Anne Heimes Numerical simulation of scattering patterns of a sineshaped surface 47-01 Raumakustik 2
Donnerstag
14:20 Uhr
Marco Berzborn Spatio-temporal analysis of anisotropic reverberation 47-05 Rendering, Processing, and Perception of Diffuse Reverberation

 

Poster

 

Wann? Erstautor*in Titel Raum Sitzung
Dienstag
15:40 Uhr
Karin Loh Challenges and methods to design a dual-task experiment in spatial auditory environments for young children (3-6 years old) 9-01, J Psychoakustik (Poster 1)
Mittwoch
15:40 Uhr
Lara Stürenburg Aeroacoustic Performance of Air Diffusers and their Psychoacoustic Evaluation 47-02, A Strömungsakustik (Poster)
Donnerstag
11:00 Uhr
Shaima’a Doma Interrelation Analysis of Distance Metrics for Head-Related Transfer Functions 47-03, A Augmented Acoustic Reality (Poster)