Christoph Weyer, M. Sc.


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  • Utilization of vibration sensors in hearables / wireless earbuds
  • Vibration-sensor-based occlusion effect reduction


  • Statistical signal processing and data analysis
  • Optimal filter design
  • Acoustic measurements
  • Active Noise Control (ANC)
  • Prototyping real-time audio systems

Student's Theses


Hilgemann, F., Weyer, C. and Jax, P.: Design of Low-Order IIR Filters Based on Hankel Nuclear Norm Regularization for Achieving Acoustic Transparency, in ITG-Fachtagung Sprachkommunikation, pp. 136-140, VDE, Sep. 2023, ISBN: 978-3-80076-164-7, 10.30420/456164026

Weyer, C., Hilgemann, F. and Jax, P.: Empirical Analysis of Waterbed-like Performance Trade-Off for a Feedforward Occlusion Effect Reduction System, in Proceedings of European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2023, ISBN: 978-9-46459-360-0, 10.23919/EUSIPCO58844.2023.10289996

Weyer, C. and Jax, P.: Feedback-Aware Design of an Occlusion Effect Reduction System Using an Earbud-Mounted Vibration Sensor, in ITG-Fachtagung Sprachkommunikation, 2023, ISBN: 978-3-80076-164-7, 10.30420/456164044

Weyer, C. and Jax, P.: Occlusion Effect Reduction Using a Vibration Sensor, in Proceedings of International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement (IWAENC), pp. 1-5, IEEE, Sep. 2022, ISBN: 978-1-66546-867-1, 10.1109/IWAENC53105.2022.9914705 ©2022 IEEE