Imperial College London

Dr.Tobias Reichenbach

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Reader in Sensory Neuroengineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6370reichenbach Website

 
 
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Location

 

4.12Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Hearing and Speech Processing (PG) - BIOE97044

Aims

This course has two related aims. First, students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Second, students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. The two aims are related since speech processing reflects properties of the auditory system, and since the understanding of speech is a key function of human hearing. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.

 

Role

Course Leader

Hearing and Speech Processing (UG) - BIOE96039

Aims

This course has two related aims. First, students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Second, students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. The two aims are related since speech processing reflects properties of the auditory system, and since the understanding of speech is a key function of human hearing. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.

 

 

 

Role

Course Leader

Probability and Statistics for Bioengineering - BIOE96054

Aims

 

To ensure that all students acquire a solid foundation in probability theory as well as the statistical knowledge and skills required for the advanced years of their Bioengineering programme.

 

Role

Lecturer

Hearing and Speech Processing (UG) - BIOE97151

Aims

This course has two related aims. First, students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Second, students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. The two aims are related since speech processing reflects properties of the auditory system, and since the understanding of speech is a key function of human hearing. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.

Role

Lecturer