At this year's ICASSP Johannes Fabry presented his contribution "Primary path estimator based on individual secondary path for ANC headphones", while Maximilan Kentgens gave a talk on "Translation of a Higher Order Ambisonics Sound Sceme Based on Parametric Decomposition".
The Institute of Communication Systems (IKS) and Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a leading global high performance analog technology company, unveiled the world’s first implementation of RWTH’s Active Occlusion Cancelation technologies for earbuds, headphones, hearing aids and hearables.
Dr.-Ing. Tim Schmitz has successfully completed his oral doctoral examination on December 17th. Already on Friday, 13 December 2019, Dr. Schmitz reported on his work in a 45-minute presentation with the title:
"Continuous-Amplitude Error Protection of Discrete-Time Signals"
The Patent and Standards Centre celebrates the 150th anniversary of the RWTH with 12 Aachen patents selected from the "Patent of the Month" (PdM) series. For more than ten years, this format has been used to draw attention to outstanding, historically significant and sometimes bizarre patents as well as to the importance of industrial property rights.
In October, our doctoral researcher Tobias Kabzinski and Stefan Kühl joined the 147th Audio Engineering Society Convention. Mr. Kabzinski presented his poster on "An Adaptive Crosstalk Cancellation System Using Microphones at the Ears" in a session on spatial audio.