The 12th Speech in Noise Workshop will take place on 9-10 January 2020, at the beautiful Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Jacques, in Toulouse, France.
Check the details about travel and accommodation on the venue page.
Registration is now open!
This year's registration is 120€ and includes lunches as well as a buffet dinner on Thursday 9th, at the Hôtel-Dieu hospital where the workshop will take place. So, please, when you register, also fill in your dietary requirements.
Registration This will redirect you to our ticket provider, Tito.
All you need to know in one box
- On Thursday 9, the registration desk will open at 8:30, and the meeting will start at 9:00. Poster session for even-numbered posters will be 16:00-18:00.
- On Thursday night, there is a buffet dinner at the same location, with a possibility to also see all posters.
- On Friday 11, the meeting will end at 17:00. The poster session for odd-numbered posters will be 9:00-11:00.
- Poster format is A0 portrait. Poster numbers will be attributed shortly.
Our speakers are:
- Sara Magits, KU Leuven, Belgium (Colin Cherry Award Recipient 2019)
Efficacy of audiological rehabilitation: a randomized controlled trial
- Damir Kovačić, University of Split, Croatia
Voice pitch perception in cochlear implant users with a spectro-temporally enhanced dual filter-bank sound coding strategy
- Olivier Macherey, CNRS, LMA, Marseille, France
Perceptual learning of vocoded speech with and without contralateral hearing: Implications for the rehabilitation of cochlear implant subjects
- Jon Barker, University of Sheffield, United-Kingdom
Open challenges for driving hearing device processing: lessons learnt from automatic speech recognition
- Christian Füllgrabe, Loughborough University, United-Kingdom
Predicting real-life listening abilities in presbyacusic adults: The use and role of auditory supraliminary and cognitive measures in audiological practice
- Ricard Marxer, Université de Toulon, France
Towards microscopic intelligibility modelling
- Laurianne Cabrera, Université Paris Descartes, France
Relating speech perception in noise to temporal-processing auditory capacities during childhood
- Bernd Meyer, University of Oldenburg, Germany
Deep neural networks for predicting human auditory perception
- Stephanie Rosemann, University of Oldenburg, Germany
Speech perception and listening effort in age-related hearing loss
- Lionel Fontan, Archean LABS, Toulouse, France
Using automatic speech recognition to improve hearing-aid fitting
- Romain Serizel, Université de Lorraine, LORIA, Nancy, France
A brief introduction to multichannel noise reduction with deep neural networks