Marco Gimm

 

M. Sc. Marco Gimm

Room B-Audiolab
Kaiserstraße 2, 24143 Kiel, Germany
Phone: +49 431 880-6141
Telefax: +49 431 880-6128
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Research: In-Car-Communication

Within car-cabins there is a huge amount of background noise, which leads to a more difficult communication between several passengers. In-Car-Communication-Systems can help to enhance the communication and also to ensure a greater safety.
The idea is to use several microphones and speakers, which are distributed in the car-cabin to record the talking passengers voice and play it back over the loudspeakers located at the not talking passengers. In such systems feedback occures because the sound, which comes out of the speakers is again recorded by the microphones. This is why a feedback suppression gets necessary to ensure a system stability at sufficient amplification.

Related topics:

  • Real-time signal processing
  • Adaptive filters
  • Noise suppression
  • Echo and feedback suppression

Further interests:

  • Embedded systems
  • Hardware development

Short CV

2015 - current   Research assistant at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany
2013 - 2015   M.Sc. in Microelectronic Systems at the HAW Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany and the FH Westküste, Heide, Germany
2010 - 2013   B. Eng. in Electrical Engineering at Kiel University of Applied Science, Kiel, Germany
2009 - 2010   Community Service
2008 - 2009   University of Applied Science Entrance Qualification at Regionales Berufsbildungszentrum Technik in Kiel, Germany
2005 - 2008   Apprenticeship in automotiv mechatronics engineering at Daimler AG, Kiel, Germany

Publications

  1.    

    M. Francis, M. Gimm, T. Becker, G. Schmidt: Real-time Speech Enhancement System for Surgical Systems, Proc. DAGA, Germany, 2019

  2.    

    Rasool Al-Mafrachi, Marco Gimm, Gerhard Schmidt: A Robust Acoustic Head Orientation Estimation and Speech Enhancement for In-Car Communication Systems, Proc. DAGA, Germany, 2019

  3.    

    M. Gimm, A. Namenas G. Schmidt: Combination of Hands-Free and ICC-Systems, The 8th Biennial Workshop on DSP for In-Vehicle and Mobile Systems, 2018

  4.    

    M. Gimm, P. Bulling, G. Schmidt: Energy-Decay based Postfilter for ICC Systems with Feddback Cancellation, Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing, 2018, Ulm, Germany (online access)

  5.    

    T. Hübschen, M. Gimm, B. Kaulen, G. Mittag, S. Möller, G. Schmidt: Echtzeit-Rahmenwerk zur Unterstützung der Evaluierung von Sprachkommunikationssystemen, Proc. DAGA 2018 (online access)

  6.    

    R. Landgraf, T. John, G. Schmidt, M. Gimm, O. Niebuhr: Man höre und staune – Perzeptive Evidenz für die Funktionalität eines ICC-Systems anhand von Dialogdaten aus einer multimodalen Fahrsimulation, DAGA 2018

  7.    

    R. Al-Mafrachi, M. Gimm, G. Schmidt: Estimation of the Head Orientation for In-Car Communication Systems, DAGA 2018

  8.    

    M. Gimm, K. Rebbe, and G. Schmidt: Echtzeitsystem zur mehrkanaligen Breitbandtelefonie, Proc. DAGA, Kiel, Germany, open access, 2017

  9.    

    T. Maschmann, M. Gimm, V. Kandade Rajan, and G. Schmidt: Implementation of a new Method for Noise Suppression in Automotive Environments, Proc. DAGA, Kiel, Germany, open access, 2017

  10.    

    P. Bulling, K. Linhard, A. Wolf, G. Schmidt, A. Theiß, M. Gimm: Nichtlineare Kennlinien zur Verbesserung der Sprachverständlichkeit in geräuschbehafteter Umgebung, Proc. DAGA 2016

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

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