Sébastien Santurette has studied engineering at Ecole Centrale Paris and holds an MSc degree in Engineering Acoustics and a PhD in Electronics and Communication from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He has previously in the BEAR project worked as an Assistant Professor in Clinical Audiology and Hearing Rehabilitation at DTU (Hearing Systems, DTU Elektro) and Rigshospitalet (Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, and Audiology), but currently works at Oticon. His research interests include psychoacoustics, effects of hearing loss on sound perception, audiology and hearing compensation, and effects of noise on humans.
In Proceedings of Euronoise 2018, Crete, Greece, 27-31 May 2018, pp. 381-388, 2018, ISSN: 2226-5147.
Data-driven approach for auditory profiling Inproceedings
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. 247-254, The Danavox Jubilee Foundation, 2017, ISBN: 978-87-990013-6-1.
Better Hearing Rehabilitation project presentation Conference
Presentation of the BEAR project at Bispebjerg Hospital, 2. november, 2017.
An extended test battery for characterizing hearing deficits Conference
Dansk Teknisk Audiologisk Årsmøde, Vejle, Danmark, 9-10 september, 2017.
Auditory profiling through computational data analysis Conference
Poster presented at the 1st International Workshop on Challenges in Hearing Assistive Technology (CHAT-2017), Stockholm, Sweden, 2017.
Archetypal analysis of auditory profiling data towards a clinical test battery Conference
Poster presented at ARCHES/ICANHEAR 2016, Zurich, Switzerland, 2016.
Spectro-temporal modulation sensitivity and discrimination in normal hearing and hearing-impaired listeners Conference
Poster presented at Dansk Teknisk Audiologisk Selskab årsmøde, Stouby, Denmark, 2016.