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The research project uses a multi-disciplinary approach to investigate new speech enhancement strategies with the aim to improve sound perception for people using hearing devices (cochlear implants,...) in challenging listening situations with noise and reverberation.
Before joining the CBU, I earned my PhD at University of Rennes 1 where I investigated, working in a computer science institute (Inria Rennes, France), sparse models and algorithms for audio inverse problems. I also worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the telecommunication industry. I studied acoustics and engineering at Le Mans University (France) and completed an internship at the Hearing and Balance Center (Southampton, UK).
Thoidis, I., Gaultier, C. , GEOHRING, T. (2023) Perceptual Analysis of Speaker Embeddings for Voice Discrimination between Machine and Human Listening, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing Proceedings, 04-10 June 2023 [Open Access]