BiNoM

BINOM: Coding of Electrical Stimulation Patterns for Binaural Signal Processing in Cochlear Implants

Abstract logo of a head with two CIs on each side and symbolic digital signals exchanged between each side

This projects investigates different binaural sound coding schemes to improve hearing in bilateral cochlear implant users.


Funding:

This project is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) - Project number: 381895691


Contact
Head of Research Group:
[Prof. Dr.-Ing. Waldo Nogueira]
Address:


DHZ-Deutsches HörZentrum Hannover
Karl-Wiechert-Allee 3
30625 Hannover
Phone: +49 (0)511 532 8025
Fax: +49 (0)511 532 6833
E-Mail: nogueiravazquez.waldo@mh-hannover.de

Publications:

  • R. Hinrichs, T. Gajecki, J. Ostermann, W. Nogueira. A Subjective and Objective Evaluation of a Codec for the Electrical Stimulation Patterns of Cochlear Implants. The Journal of the Acoustical Societ yof America, 2020. (Submitted)

  • T. Gajecki, W. Nogueira. Enhancement of Interaural Level Differences for Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2020. (Submitted)

  • T. Gajecki, W. Nogueira. The Effect of Synchronized Linked Band Selection on Speech Intelligibility of Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users. Hearing Research, 2020.

  • S. Tahmasebi, T. Gajecki, W. Nogueira. Design and Evaluation of a Real-Time Audio Source Separation Algorithm to Remix Music for Cochlear Implant Users. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2020.

  • R. Hinrichs, T. Gajecki, J. Ostermann, W. Nogueira. Coding of Electrical Stimulation Patterns for Binaural Sound Coding Strategies for Cochlear Implants. IEEE EMBC, 2019.

  • T. Gajecki, W. Nogueira. A Synchronized Binaural N-of-M Sound Coding Strategy to Improve Speech Intelligibility in Noise of Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users. ITG Speech Communication, 2018.

  • T. Gajecki, W. Nogueira. Deep Learning Models to Remix Music for Cochlear Implant Users. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2018.

  • W. Nogueira, T. Gajecki, B. Krüger, J. Janer, A. Büchner. Development of a Sound Coding Strategy based on a Deep Recurrent Neural Network for Monaural Source Separation in Cochlear Implants. ITG Speech Communication. Padeborn, Germany, 2016.


Patents:

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