Results from the Aalborg Sound Quality Research Unit
Thursday November 23, 2006
12:00 – 16:15
Aalborg University, Fredrik Bajers Vej 7, auditorium B3-104, 9220 Aalborg Ø
The Sound Quality Research Unit (SQRU) was established in 2001 as collaboration between AAU, Bang & Olufsen, Brüel & Kjær and DELTA. The aim of SQRU has been to advance basic and applied research in the fields of human sound perception, product sound quality, fidelity of reproduced sound, and instrumental analysis. SQRU was established as a five year center contract which has now come to an end. This seminar gives an overview of the latest research projects and results within SQRU.
W. Ellermeier: Five years of sound-quality research at Aalborg
12:50 Measurement paradigms and methodologies
P. Hegarty, S. Bech, G. Martin: Validation of a system to simulate the
in-car listening situation
S. Choisel, F. Christensen, B. Pedersen, W. Ellermeier, J. Ghani, W. Song: Further studies of automotive audio using a naïve sample and advanced listening tests
13:30 Coffee break
13:45 Noise annoyance and bi-modal interaction
J. Ghani, K. Zimmer, W. Ellermeier: Relationship between noise annoyance and task interference
S. Legarth & T.H. Pedersen: Assessing low-level noise from flatscreen cooling fans
A. Karandreas & F. Christensen: Audio-visual interaction in soundquality evaluation
Coffee break and laboratory demonstrations
15:15 Specific sound-quality parameters
W. Song: Applying beamforming techniques to psychoacoustics
V.P. Sivonen: Binaural loudness: Laboratory investigation and a proposal for dummy-head measurement
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The seminar is free of charge but please register online: here , or to Merete Wolder Lange
Deadline for registration is November 21, 2006.
Claus Ø. Sunesen