9th Speech in Noise Workshop, 5-6 January 2017, Oldenburg

Program

You can download the program and abstract booklet in PDF.

Thursday, January 5
08:3009:00Registration and coffee
09:0009:15Welcome(TBA)
09:1509:45 Marc René SchädlerUniversity of Oldenburg, DE
Towards Individual Aided Performance Predictions for the Matrix Sentence Test Abstract
09:4510:15 Fanny MeunierCNRS, Nice, FR
Semantic Processing during Speech-in-Speech Perception and Links with Executive Functions Abstract
10:1510:45Coffee break (Foyer | Hang up posters for both days)
10:4511:15 Jana BesserSonova, Stäfa, CH
Assessment of Cognitive Load During Listening and Findings Related to Hearing-Aid Use Abstract
11:1511:45 Rene H. GiffordVanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, US
Spatial Release from Informational and Energetic Masking in Bimodal and Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users Abstract
11:4512:15Recipient of the Colin Cherry Award 2016
Alejandro Lopez ValdezTrinity College Dublin, IE
Assessment of Spectral Ripple Discrimination in Cochlear Implant Users: The Untold Story Abstract
12:1513:45Lunch (Foyer)
13:4514:45Keynote lecture
Astrid van WieringenExpORL, KU Leuven, BE
A versatile view on the aging auditory system for auditory processing and speech perception Abstract
14:4515:00Overview of session 1 posters
15:0015:30Coffee break
15:3017:30Poster session 1 (see below)
19:00...Dinner at restaurant Beisserei
(registration required)
Friday, January 6
08:3009:00Coffee
09:0009:30 Benedikt ZoefelMedical Research Council, Cambridge, UK
The Role of High-Level Processes for Oscillatory Phase Entrainment to Speech Sounds Abstract
09:3010:00 Asger AndersenOticon, DK
Binaural Intelligibility Prediction for Noisy and Non-linearly Processed Speech Abstract
10:0010:15Overview of session 2 posters
10:1510:30Coffee break (Foyer)
10:3012:30Poster session 2 (see below)
12:3013:45Lunch (Foyer)
13:4514:15 Johanna BarryMedical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham, UK
The Impact of Noise on Speech Processing Over Extended Periods of Time: A Developmental Perspective Abstract
14:1514:45 Christoph ScheidingerDanish Technical University, Copenhagen, DK
Modeling Speech Intelligibility based on Envelopes Derived from Auditory Spike Trains Abstract
14:4515:15Coffee Break (take down all posters)
15:1515:45 Tanja SchultzUniversity of Bremen, DE
Silent Speech Interfaces Abstract
15:4516:15 Inga SchepersUniversity of Oldenburg, DE
Context Shapes Neural Speech Coding: Effects of Visual Speech, Prior Auditory Speech and Listener’s Goals on Cortical and Subcortical Speech Processing Abstract
16:1516:45Announcement of the Colin Cherry Award 2017 recipient | Discussion
Saturday, January 7

Social event: For those who would like to hang around Oldenburg a little longer, we will organize a tour of the Auditory Garden, followed by either a Bossel tour or — depending on weather — an indoor activity. If interested, please send an email to info@spin2017.de.


Posters

Poster session 1, Thursday afternoon

P13 Noise-adaptive near-end listening enhancement for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listenersJan Rennies, Henning Schepker, David Huelsmeier, Jakob Drefs, Simon Doclo

P15 Evaluating fast-acting compression in basic psychoacoustic and speech tasksBorys Kowalewski, Michal Fereczkowski, Ewen MacDonald, Olaf Strelcyk, Torsten Dau

P17 Speech enhancement based on neural networks improves speech intelligibility in noise for cochlear implant usersTobias Goehring, Federico Bolner, Jessica Monaghan, Bas Van Dijk, Andrzej Zarowski, Stefan Bleeck

P19 Speech performance versus speech perception: Comparison of two different speech-in-noise tests using different microphone settings in cochlea implantsAndreas Büchner, Timo Bräcker, Manfred Schwebs, Thomas Lenarz

P21 Perception of French nasal vowels in vocoded speech: Information Transfer Rate analysesOlivier Crouzet

P23 Channel interaction determines the best fitting strategy for cochlear implant users with ipsilateral residual acoustic hearing in a computer modelLadan Zamaninezhad, Tim Jürgens

P25 Relation between listening effort and speech intelligibility in noiseMelanie Krueger, Michael Schulte, Thomas Brand, Kirsten C. Wagener, Markus Meis, Inga Holube

P27 Investigating the relationship between SpiN recognition, AM depth detection and evoked potentials in CI usersSaskia Waechter, Alejandro Lopez Valdes, Cristina Simoes-Franklin, Laura Viani, Richard Reilly

P29 Multisensory integration in hearing aid users and non-users with a mild hearing lossMaike Tahden, Anja Gieseler, Hans Colonius

P31 The processing of which-questions in noise-vocoded speechAtty Schouwenaars, Esther Ruigendijk

P33 Exploring the role of working memory for speech perception in energetic and informational masking: a dual-task studyAdam Dryden, Harriett Allen, Antje Heinrich

P35 Rhythm in plain and Lombard speechHans Rutger Bosker, Martin Cooke

P37 The discrimination of voice cues in simulations of bimodal electro-acoustic cochlear-implant hearingDeniz Başkent, Annika Luckmann, Jessy Ceha, Etienne Gaudrain, Terrin Tamati

P39 Influence of background noise level on speech perceptionMelanie A. Zokoll, Nina Wardenga, Hannes Maier, Thomas Brand, Birger Kollmeier

P41 Unaided and aided speech recognition performance evaluation across languages with hearing impaired patients using multilingual matrix sentence testsMelanie A. Zokoll, Anna Warzybok, Michael Buschermöhle, Kirsten C. Wagener, Birger Kollmeier

P43 A speech-in-noise screening test for hearing loss – Evaluation of different noise typesJon Oygarden

P45 Better-ear rating based on glimpsing and its relation to speech intelligibilityEsther Schoenmaker, Steven van de Par

P47 A test word selection and optimization method for a new Swedish test of phonetic perception in noiseErik Witte, Claes Möller, Susanne Köbler, Jonas Ekeroot

P49 The role of short-time power and envelope power SNRs in psychoacoustic masking and speech intelligibilityThomas Biberger, Stephan D. Ewert

P51 Computational auditory scene analysis in multi-talker environmentsAngela Josupeit, Joanna Luberadzka, Volker Hohmann

P53 Predicting effects of additive noise and hearing-instrument signal processing on consonant recognition and confusionsJohannes Zaar, Torsten Dau

P55 Performance evaluation of the short-time objective intelligibility measure with different band importance functionsAsger Heidemann Andersen, Jan Mark de Haan, Zheng-Hua Tan, Jesper Jensen

P57 Decoding speaker attendance from EEG-data using deep machine learning in continuous speechTobias de Taillez, Birger Kollmeier, Bernd Meyer

P59 Behavioural and neural consequences of closed eyes during attentive listeningLea-Maria Schmitt, Jonas Obleser, Malte Wöstmann

P61 Closing the efferent auditory loop: development and testing of a personalized wearable ear-EEG recording deviceGabrielle Cretot-Richert, Stefan Debener, Maarten De Vos, Martin Bleichner, Jérémie Voix

P63 Does listening effort modulate speech envelope entrainment?Lien Decruy, Jonas Vanthornhout, Tom Francart

Poster session 2, Friday morning

P14 Effects of hearing-aid compression on amplitude modulation processing and speech recognitionAlan Wiinberg, Bastian Epp, Morten L. Jepsen, Torsten Dau

P16 Effect of low-frequency gain on speech intelligibility and sound quality in a competing voices situationJonas Lochner, Sébastien Santurette, Ewen MacDonald, Lars Bramsløw

P18 Congenital unilateral hearing impairment - Bone Anchored Hearing Implants in complex listening environmentsEnrico Muzzi, Raffaella Marchi, Chiara Falzone, Eva Orzan

P20 Bimodal speech intelligibility: Comparison of actual patients and simulationsBen Williges, Sven Kliesch, Lorenz Jung, Leontien Ingeborg Geven, Thomas Wesarg, Tim Jürgens

P22 Better-ear glimpsing with symmetrically-placed interferers in Bilateral cochlear implant usersHongmei Hu, Mathias Dietz, Ben Williges, Stephan Ewert

P24 SPIRAL – a vocoder with a spiral ganglion for cochlear implant simulationJacques A. Grange, John F. Culling

P26 Subjective self-assessment of bimodal fusionNiclas A. Janßen, Lars Bramsløw, Søren K. Riis, Jeremy Marozeau

P28 The spread of excitation in cochlear implants is not the only limiter of the number of effective electrodes. Implications for the channel-interleaving sound coding strategy.Jacques A Grange, John F Culling

P30 The effect of background noise on the gestures, gaze and speech of hearing-impaired interlocutorsLauren V. Hadley, W. Owen Brimijoin, William M. Whitmer

P32 Listening in noise: what can ability to memorise tones tell us about hearing impaired listeners?Maja Serman, Dunja Kunke, Rosa-Linde Fischer, Ronny Hannemann, Kaja Kallisch, Jonas Obleser

P34 Lexical frequency effects in noise-induced robust misperceptionsMartin Cooke, Ricard Marxer, M. Luisa Garcia Lecumberri, Jon Barker

P36 Effects of age and multiple talking faces on the visual speech advantage in noiseJulie M. Beadle , Chris Davis , Jeesun Kim

P38 Common Sound Scenarios – A context-driven categorization of everyday sound environments for application in hearing-device researchFlorian Wolters, Karolina Smeds, E Schmidt, E K Christensen, C Norup

P40 Speech intelligibility in noise in a virtual restaurant: the difficulties faced by those with hearing lossBarry Bardsley, John F Culling

P42 Isolating the informational component of speech-on-speech maskingAxelle Calcus, Tim Schoof, Stuart Rosen, Barbara Shinn-Cunningham, Pamela Souza

P44 Learning effects in the Danish HINTLars Bramsløw, Lisbeth B Simonsen, Mona El Hichou, Rawan Hashem, Renskje K Hietkamp

P46 The AVATAR-approach: how real-life listening affects speech intelligibility and listening effortAnnelies Devesse, Alexander Dudek, Astrid van Wieringen, Jan Wouters

P48 Modulating speaker- and language-specific effects in speech intelligibilitySabine Hochmuth, Marc René Schädler, Birger Kollmeier

P50 Common Audiological Functional Parameters (CAFPAs): an abstract representation of audiological expert dataMareike Buhl, Marc René Schädler, Anna Warzybok, Birger Kollmeier

P52 A correlation metric in the envelope power spectrum domain for speech intelligibility predictionHelia Relaño Iborra, Torsten Dau, Tobias May, Johannes Zaar, Christoph Scheidiger

P54 Prediction of speech-in-noise intelligibility by hearing-impaired listeners: a re-analysis of Summers et al. (2013) auditory processing dataMark A Huckvale, Gaston Hilkhuysen

P56 Using models to evaluate whether spectral centroid could play a role in F0 and VTL perception in acoustic and electric hearingEtienne Gaudrain

P58 Access to sub-lexical information affects degraded speech processing: insights from fMRISusann Bräuer, Inga M. Schepers, Gesa Mueller, Jochem W. Rieger

P60 Attention governs neural oscillatory responses to degraded speechMalte Wöstmann, Sung-Joo Lim, Jonas Obleser

P62 Is speech only noise for newborn infants? Electrophysiological responses to events detected within continuous speechJúlia Simon, Annamária Kovács, Gábor Háden, István Winkler

P64 Attentional effects on the processing of syntactic violations during listening two simultaneous speech streamsOrsolya Szalárdy, Brigitta Tóth, Dávid Farkas, Annamária Kovács, Gábor Urbán, Gábor Orosz, László Hunyadi, Tünde Szabó, Botond Hajdu, István Winkler

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