PhD degree successfully defended by Simon Krogholt Christiansen

Monday 01 Dec 14


Torsten Dau
Head of Sections, Professor
DTU Health Tech
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On November 28th PhD student Simon Krogholt Christiansen successfully defended his PhD thesis
The role of temporal coherence in auditory stream segregation

In everyday life, the acoustic signal that reaches our ears is a combination of multiple sound sources. Despite this complexity, normal hearing listeners are able to separate the acoustic mixture and focus on individual sound sources. This process of segregation includes both bottom-up and top-down processes in the auditory system. In his PhD project, Simon Krogholt Christiansen investigated these bottom-up processes using both behavioural experiments and computer modelling.

Capture from left: Professor Guy J. Brown, University of Sheffield; examiners Associate Professor Ewen MacDonald, Hearing Systems DTU Electrical Engineering and Professor Shihab Shamma, University of Maryland, USA; Co supervisor Morten Løve Jepsen; PhD Simon Krogholt Christiansen and Principal Supervisor Professor Torsten Dau. Photo by Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc.

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