Palle Rye graduated as M Sc E E from Aalborg University in 1998. For 10 years, he worked as an Acoustics Engineer in the telecom industry, being involved in audio development of more than 20 different mobile phones totaling more than 20 million units sold. Responsibilities included innovating, analyzing and optimizing complex acoustic systems, from concept and implementation, to type approval and production. He has also in-depth experience implementing and adjusting digital signal processing for suppressing background noise and echo or otherwise enhancing speech and music. Until 2018 he taught Physics, Technology and Electronics at Tech College, continually developing hands-on projects and bringing engineering tools and practices into the classroom.
Effects of Intermittent Noise on Real Ear Measurements in Hearing Aid Fitting Inproceedings
Baltic Nordic Acoustics Meeting, 3-5 May 2021, Oslo, Norway (online), pp. 1–6, NAA (Nordic Acoustical Association), 2021.
Towards out of clinic hearing tests Conference
Webinar, 1 December 2020, Danish Acoustical Society, 2020.
Poster presentation at the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research: Vol. 7: Auditory Learning in Biological and Artificial Systems, (SP.64), The Danavox Jubilee Foundation 2019.
Poster presentation at the Conference for Internet and Audiology, Southampton, 17-19 June 2019., (13), 2019.