Benjamin Krüger

Benjamin Krüger

Research employee

Research and Interests

  • Electric-acoustic stimulation
  • Auditory interaction and masking
  • Digital signal processing, audio and speech signal processing
  • CI sound coding strategies for combined electric and acoustic stimulation
  • Psychoacoustics and electrophysiology

Funding:

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany's Excellence Strategy EXC 2177/1 'Hearing4all'


Publications:

  • Krüger, B., Büchner, A., Lenarz, T., and Nogueira, W. (2020). Amplitude growth of intracochlear electrocochleography in cochlear implant users with residual hearing. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147, 1147–1162.

  • Krüger, B., Büchner, A., Lenarz, T., and Nogueira, W. (2020). Electric-acoustic interaction measurements in cochlear-implant users with ipsilateral residual hearing using electrocochleography. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147, 350–363.

  • Kipping, D., Krüger, B., and Nogueira, W. (2020). The role of electroneural versus electrophonic stimulation on psychoacoustic electric-acoustic masking in cochlear implant users with residual hearing. Hearing Research.

  • Buechner, A., Krueger, B., Klawitter, S., Zimmermann, D., Fredelake, S., and Holube, I. (2020). The perception of the stereo effect in bilateral and bimodal cochlear implant users and its contribution to music enjoyment. PLOS ONE 15, e0235435.

  • Imsiecke, M., Krüger, B., Büchner, A., Lenarz, T., and Nogueira, W. (2019). Interaction Between Electric and Acoustic Stimulation Influences Speech Perception in Ipsilateral EAS Users. Ear and Hearing, 41, 868–882.

  • Nogueira, W., Krüger, B., Büchner, A., and Lopez-Poveda, E. (2019). Contralateral suppression of human hearing sensitivity in single-sided deaf cochlear implant users. Hearing Research 373, 121–129.

  • Imsiecke, M., Krüger, B., Büchner, A., Lenarz, T., and Nogueira, W. (2018). Electric-acoustic forward masking in cochlear implant users with ipsilateral residual hearing. Hearing Research 364, 25–37.

  • Krüger, B., Büchner, A., and Nogueira, W. (2017). Simultaneous masking between electric and acoustic stimulation in cochlear implant users with residual low-frequency hearing. Hearing Research 353, 185–196.

  • Brückner, H.-P., Krüger, B., and Blume, H. (2014). Reliable orientation estimation for mobile motion capturing in medical rehabilitation sessions based on inertial measurement units. Microelectronics Journal.


Contact
Research employee
Benjamin Krüger
Address:


DHZ-Deutsches HörZentrum Hannover
Karl-Wiechert-Allee 3
30625 Hannover
Phone: +49 (0)511 532 6678
Fax: +49 (0)511 532 6833
E-Mail: Krueger.Benjamin@mh-hannover.de

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