Technical University of Denmark
Jens Bo Nielsen
Jens Bo Nielsen has a Master in Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark in Lyngby. After graduating, Jens Bo Nielsen worked in industry, among other with the development of software for telephoneoperators and cell phones. In 2009 he obtained a PhD degree in psychoacoustics at the Centre for Applied Hearing Research (DTU). Here, he has since developed methods and material for testing speech intelligibility. The tests developed include the Danish version of Hearing in Noise Test (HINT). Jens Bo Nielsen is a senior scientist in the BEAR project working with the new hearing tests for the assessment of the outcomes, users have from their hearing aids.
Jens Bo Nielsen works with Aided performance in real life, where he develops new outcome measures. The measurements focus on parameters such as speech intelligibility, nosie annoyance, localization and more.
Kressner, Abigail Anne; Regev, Jonathan; Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jakob; Tranebjærg, Lisbeth; Santurette, Sébastien; Dau, Torsten (Ed.): Proceedings of the International Symposium on Audiogory and Audiological Research, pp. 381-388, 2020.
Invited presentation at Danish Technical Audiological Society's annual meeting, 27-28 Sept 2019. Hotel Vejlefjord, Stouby, Denmark, 2019.
Poster presentation at the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research: Vol. 7: Auditory Learning in Biological and Artificial Systems, (SP.41), The Danavox Jubilee Foundation 2019.
Poster presentation at the Conference for Internet and Audiology, Southampton, 17-19 June 2019., (15), 2019.
A test battery for predicting the real-life performance of hearing aid Conference
Hearing Systems Presentation Day, DTU, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark, 12 Oct 2018., 2018.
Et testbatteri til vurdering af høreapparatudbytte Conference
Presentation of the BEAR project at Bispebjerg Hospital, 2. november, 2017.
A test battery for predicting the real-life performance of hearing aid users Conference
Poster presented at Hearing Systems presentation day, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark, 12 October, 2017.