The APG contriubted to the 12th European Symposium Pediatric Cochlear Implants (ESPCI) held from June 18 to 21, 2015 in Tolouse France with a presentation on "Creation and Analysis of New Music Compositions for Cochlear Implant Users" by Waldo Nogueira.
We presented a paper entitled: "Individualizing a monaural beamformer for cochlear implant users". This paper presents a new method to assess the distortion that can produce a beamformer in a reverberant environment. This method has been evaluated in cochlear implant users. We also try to see if there is an optimal balance between distortion and amount of noise reduction produced by a beamformer in terms of speech intelligibility. This paper can be downloaded from IEEE explorer.
We contributed with 2 presentations and 1 poster to the Deutsche Geselschaft für Audiologie (DGA) conference in Bochum.