Dorte Hammershøi studied electrical engineering at Aalborg University, and graduated with a Master of Science in biomedical engineering in 1989, and with a Ph.D. degree in Acoustics in 1995. She worked shortly as an engineering assistant in industry during her study, but has since April 1990 worked at Aalborg University, as a professor since 2008. Dorte works in the field of human sound perception with special reference to electro-acoustic applications, incl. audiometric calibration, oto-acoustic emissions, hearing damage, spatial hearing, and measurement of noise sources close to the ear. She has held several positions of confidence, including the current board position of the International Commission for Acoustics.
Santurette, S; Dau, T; C-Dalsgaard, J; Tranebjærg, L; Andersen, T; Poulsen, T (Ed.): Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research: Vol. 6: Adaptive Processes in Hearing, pp. 263-270, The Danavox Jubilee Foundation 2017, ISBN: 978-87-990013-6-1.
Proceedings of the 22nd International Congress on Acoustics, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 5-9 2016, pp. 1-9, ICA, 2016.
BEAR: A status on population characteristics of hearing-aid users obtained from the database Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.20), 2017.
Predictive factors for successful hearing aid treatment with special focus on health related quality of life and asymmetric hearing Conference
XIV Årsmøde i Dansk Selskab for Otorhinolaryngologi, Hoved- & Halskirurgi, Nyborg, Danmark, 2017.
Høreapparater på en helt ny måde Conference
IDA Universe temadag, København, Danmark, 2017.
National Better hEAring Rehabilitation (BEAR) project: A status on the database with special focus on patients’ motivation on hearing aid treatment Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.55), 2017.