A selection of recent events can be found below. For more information about our work, please contact each group member.

  • Michael Akeroyd, University of Nottingham
    Spatially hearing the second sound
    2019/6/5
  • Walter Kellerman, University Erlangen-Nuremberg
    Current Challenges in Multichannel Acoustic Signal Processing for Natural Human/Machine interfaces
    2019/5/20
  • Stefan Bleeck, University of Southampton
    The Raspberry Pi hearing aid
    2018/11/28
  • Malcolm Slaney, Google AI
    Auditory Attention: From Saliency to Models to Applications
    2018/11/12
  • Adrian Davis, Imperial College
    Research Priorities in Hearing and Audiology
    2018/10/31
  • Ken Sugiyama, NEC Data Science Research Labs
    Signal Processing for Robot Audition: How signal processing helps a robot recognize user commands in adverse environment
    2018/10/24
    Part of the IEEE Distinguished Lecturer series
  • Kerry Walker, University of Oxford
    The cortical codes that give rise to our perception of sound
    2018/6/13
  • Antonio Forte, Imperial College
    The role of the human brainstem in selective auditory attention
    2018/5/23
  • Diego Baresch, Imperial College
    Putting sound waves into action
    2018/4/25
  • Christine Evers, Imperial College
    Acoustic scene mapping for robots
    2018/1/31
  • Tobias Reichenbach, Imperial College
    Towards a smart hearing aid: decoding the brain's response to speech
    2018/12/15
  • Lorenzo Picinali, Imperial College
    Binaural audio research in Design Engineering
    2018/12/1
  • Patrick Naylor, Imperial College
    Measures of the Perceived Level of Reverberation
    2017/11/17