18 A - Physiologically inspired auditory processing models

Day / Time: 09.09.2019, 13:20-18:00
Room: Berlin 3
Typ: Lecture

Session chair


13:20 - 13:40
Christian Sumner
Ray Meddis: A Model Scientist
13:40 - 14:00
Margriet Van Gendt, Kanthaiah Koka, Randy Kalkman, Jeroen Briaire, Leonid Litvak, Johan Frijns
Electrocochleography Predictions using a Combined Model of Acoustic Hearing and Electric Current Spread in the Cochlea
14:00 - 14:20
Go Ashida, Mathias Dietz, Jutta Kretzberg
Application of a Computationally Efficient Coincidence Detector Model to Simulate Auditory Brainstem Neurons
14:20 - 14:40
Gerard Borst, Martijn C. Sierksma
A model of the prespike of the calyx of Held synapse in the auditory brainstem
15:00 - 15:20
Jörg Encke, Lucy Anderson, Werner Hemmert, David McAlpine, Torsten Marquardt
Detecting interaural incoherence based on variations in the hemispheric balance.
15:20 - 15:40
Johannes Zaar, Torsten Dau, Laurel H. Carney
Predicting speech intelligibility in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners based on a physiologically inspired model of the auditory periphery
15:40 - 16:00
Alejandro Osses, Frauke Ernst, Sarah Verhulst
Hearing-impaired sound perception: What can we learn from a biophysical model of the human auditory periphery?
16:00 - 16:20
Ian C. Bruce, Michael R. Wirtzfeld, Anne Griffin, Amanda K. Morgan, Matthew B. Lucas, Sushma Singh, Jill Lowther, Terry-Lynn Young, Susan G. Stanton
Phenotyping and Computational Modeling of Diverse Forms of Genetic Hearing Loss
16:40 - 17:00
Bastian Epp, Peter Leer Bysted, Liv Moretto Sørensen
Clustering in an array of nonlinear and active oscillators as a model of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions
17:00 - 17:20
Yasuki Murakami
Simulation of cochlear response by bone conducted tone
17:20 - 17:40
Liudmila Rimskaya-Korsakova
Pulse coding in the ensemble of peripheral fibres and auditory discrimination of the tone burst intensity
17:40 - 18:00
Daniel Alrutz, Waldo Nogueira
Towards a model of electric-acoustic stimulation in cochlear implant subjects with residual hearing