Research Labs

 

Audio Lab

   

In our audio lab we are able to do various envirenmental simulations such as acoustic simulation of automotive environments, train stations, or reverberant environments such as churches or large production facilities. Acoustic damping is mounted on each wall as well as on the ceiling. The floor, however, has no damping material (only carpet) in order to be able to put our research cars inside. For a more detailed view, please take a look at the 360° view.

 

Medical Lab

   

In our medical lab we mainly focus on electric and magentic measurements with high temporal resolution, which means in detail electroencephalography (EEG), electroneurography (ENG), and electrocardiography (ECG) as well as their magnetic couterparts, magnetoenecphalography (MEG), magnetocardiography (MCG), and magnetoneurography (MNG). In addition, the lab is equipped with about 30 flat panel loudspeakers in order to simulate several environments for patients and probands. For a more detailed view, please take a look at the 360° view.

 

Automotive Lab

   

In our automotive lab we focus on extensions on and in our research cars. For simulation of realtistic environments we have our own driving simulator with high resolution video and a so-called window loudspeaker system. For a more detailed view, please take a look at the 360° view.

 

Magnetoelectric Lab

   

In our magnetoelectric lab we test our algorithms designed for magnetocardiographic and magnetoneurographic analyses. The lab is magnetically shielded. This allows us to do "clear" magnetoelectric measurments on patients and probands. For a more detailed view, please take a look at the 360° view.

Website News

03.03.2018: Team wall added.

28.02.2018: News wall added.

20.01.2017: Talk from Dr. Sander-Thömmes added.

12.01.2018: New RED section on Trend Removal added.

29.12.2017: Section Years in Review added.

Recent Publications

T. O. Wisch, T. Kaak, A. Namenas, G. Schmidt: Spracherkennung in stark gestörten Unterwasserumgebungen, Proc. DAGA, Germany, 2018

S. Graf, T. Herbig, M. Buck, G. Schmidt: Low-Complexity Pitch Estimation Based on Phase Differences Between Low-Resolution Spectra, Proc. Interspeech, pp. 2316 -2320, 2017

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schmidt

E-Mail: gus@tf.uni-kiel.de

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Faculty of Engineering
Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

Kaiserstr. 2
24143 Kiel, Germany

Recent News

DSS Participation in the Lecture Series "Language and Society"

Prof. Anja Leue from the psychology department of our university organized a lecture series on the topic "language and society". Also the DSS group participated in that event and we presented some of our results on speech in disturbed environments. The lecture took place on Thursday, 5th of May, in one of the lecture rooms in the Audimax building. After the talk, a nice, interesting (and for ...


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