Research Output

SHRC Research Output

Seminar Series Presentations

Assessing the effects of hearing loss on speech intelligibility in reverberant environments (talk). Dr. Jayaganesh Swaminathan, PhD. Acoustical Society of America 2017 in Boston.

Current limitations, and possible future of signal-processing algorithms in hearing-aids. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). Starkey France Partner-Customers Meeting, Paris, France. 09/12/16

Current limitations, and possible future of signal-processing algorithms in hearing-aids. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). Hearing-science research-group meeting), Marseille, France. 09/16/16

Decoding EEG and MEG signals with Probabilistic Models. Dr. Sahar Akram, PhD. CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) at Stanford University. 11/18/2016

Experimental design in audiology. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). National post-secondary education in audiology meeting, Paris, France. 12/02/16

Hearables & The Age of Mediated Listening. Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. SxSW Austin March 11 – 14, 2017

Hearing-aids: today and tomorrow. Micheyl, C., PhD (2017). ForumSante, Atelier Handicap, Toulouse, France. 01/12/17

How Can Audiology and Hearing Science Inform AVAR, and Vice Versa? Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. AES LA October 1-2, 2016

Impact of hearing loss and hearing-aids on cognition. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). 11/11/16

Laboratory assessment of daily-life speech understanding. (Sept 21, 2016, Vancouver, BC, Canada). Authors: Sridhar Kalluri (presenter), Jing Xia, Ervin Hafter. World Congress of Audiology, 2016

Laboratory assessment of daily-life speech understanding. (Sept 22, 2016, Vancouver, BC, Canada). Authors: Sridhar Kalluri (presenter), Jing Xia, Ervin Hafter. Acoustics week in Canada, 2016

Listening effort depends on acoustic cues the brain uses for sound segregation and selective attention. Dr. Jing Xia, PhD. CCRMA Hearing Seminar, Stanford, CA, November 11, 2016.

Listening into 2030. Hearables – the portal to augmented communication. Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. Berkeley Sept 13-14, 2016.

Real-Time and Adaptive Auditory Neural Processing. Dr. Sahar Akram, PhD. Redwood center for theoretical neuroscience at UC Berkeley. 03/1/2017

Spatial perception beyond location (Keynote). Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. IHCON Lake Tahoe August 10-13, 2016.

Speech-intelligibility models I: Spectral models. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). 4-hour class for 3rd-year audiology students, the School of Audiology, University Lyon I, Lyon, France. 11/04/16

Speech-intelligibility models II: Temporal models. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). 4-hour class for 3rd-year audiology students, the School of Audiology, University Lyon I, Lyon, France. 11/18/16

Speech-intelligibility models. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). Continuing Education, School of Audiology, University Lyon I, Lyon, France. 12/12/16

Starkey’s frequency-lowering technology. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). Continuing Education, School of Audiology, University Lyon I, Lyon, France. 11/22/16

Starkey’s technology for tinnitus management. Micheyl, C., PhD (2017). Continuing Education, School of Audiology, University Lyon I, Lyon, France. 01/10/17

Starkey’s technologies for better listening in noise (Hearing-aid manufacturers’ roundtable presentation of their technologies for hearing in noise). Micheyl, C., PhD (2017). Marie-Haps, Brussels, Belgium. 03/12/17

Statistics: a tool for better decisions and better choices in audiology. Micheyl, C., PhD (2016). National post-secondary education in audiology meeting, Paris, France. 12/02/16

Telluride Neuromorphic (workshop). Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. Telluride July 13 – 17, 2016.

The future of audiology. Micheyl C., Mom T. (2017). VisAudio, Marseille, France. 01/16/17

The future of audiology. Micheyl C., Mom T. (2017). Assises ORL, Nice, France. 01/27/17

The what and why of hearables – an industry snapshot (Keynote and workshop). Dr. Simon Carlile, PhD. ICAD Canberra July 3 – 7, 2016

Vignettes from modern hearing-aid research. Dr. Sridhar Kalluri, PhD. UCSF Biomagnetic Imaging Laboratory. 2/8/2017 (San Francisco)