Technical University of Denmark
Torsten Dau studied mechanical engineering at University of Hannover, where he earned a B. Sc. degree in 1987. He also studied physics, and graduated with a M. Sc. degree from University of Göttingen in 1992, and a Ph.D. degree from Oldenburg University in 1996. He obtained the habilitation in applied physics from Oldenburg University in 2003. Torsten Dau has since 2003 been a Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, where he is the head of the Hearing Systems group, of the Centre for Applied Hearing Research (CAHR), and Centre of Excellence for Hearing and Speech Sciences (CHeSS). Torsten’s research specializations are auditory signal processing and perception in humans, functional models of auditory processing, speech perception, computational scene analysis, auditory evoked potentials, hearing instrument signal processing and aided psychophysics. He has received numerous awards, and holds several positions of confidence.
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.
Proceedings of Inter-Noise 2016, Hamburg, Germany, August 21-24, 2018, pp. 1729-1740, 2016.
From data-driven auditory profiling to scene-aware signal processing in hearing aids Conference
21st Annual Meeting of the German Audiological Society, Halle, Germany, Feb. 28 - March 3, 2018.
An extended test battery for characterizing hearing deficits Conference
Dansk Teknisk Audiologisk Årsmøde, Vejle, Danmark, 9-10 september, 2017.
Bridging the gap from sound processors to brain processors Conference
“High-Tech Summit” Copenhagen 2017 – Empowering Society and Creating Value” Conference at the Technical University of Denmark, 1. 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.