Supervision of students at Eriksholm Research Centre
Thomas Lunner supervised industrial PhD student Eline Borch Petersen from Linköping University: “Online cognitive workload estimation” (Other supervisors: Jonas Obleser, Max Planck Institute Leipzig and Stefan Stenfelt, Linköping University). Project supported by the Oticon Foundation.
Thomas Lunner and Tanveer Bhuiyan supervised MSc student Murron Harrison from University of Glasgow under the Erasmus exchange program: “Evaluating the Use of Steering a Hearing Aid in A Dynamic Multi-Talker EnvironmentUsing Body Signals” (University superviors: Bernd Porr and Aleksandra Vuckovic).
Thomas Lunner and Carina Graversen are supervising industrial PhD student Antoine Favre-Félix at the Technical University of Denmark: “Controlling a hearing aid by electrically assessed eye-gaze” (Technical University of Denmark supervisor Torsten Dau). Work continues in 2018. Project supported by EU Horizon 2020 ICT-22-2014: Multimodal and Natural computer interaction.
Michael Kai Petersen is supervising PhD student Maciej Korzepa from DTU Compute: “Data driven UX engineering of cognitive interfaces for augmented hearing“. The project is supported by the Oticon Foundation. The work continues in 2018.
Michael Kai Petersen and Niels Henrik Pontoppidan are supervising PhD student Benjamin Johansen from DTU Compute: “Personalizing Hearing Care and Enhancing User Experience by Adapting Devices to the Changing Mobile Context” (DTU Compute supervisor Jakob Eg Larsen, Oticon supervisor Per Sandholm). The project is supported by the Oticon Foundation. The work continues in 2018.
Dorothea Wendt and Thomas Lunner supervised MSc student Patrycja Ksiazek from Technical University of Denmark: “Statistical modeling of pupil curves to quantify differences in processing effort on group- and individual level.”
Dorothea Wendt and Thomas Lunner supervised PhD student Barbara Ohlenforst from the VU University Medical Center and EMGO Institute for Health Care Research, Amsterdam: “Pupillometry as a window to listening effort: interactions between hearing status, hearing aid technologies and task difficulty during speech recognition” (VU Amsterdam Supervisor Sophia Kramer and Adriana Zekveld). Project supported by EU Marie Curie FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN project LISTEN FP7- 607373.
Dorothea Wendt and Thomas Lunner supervised PhD student Yang Wang from the VU University Medical Center and EMGO Institute for Health Care Research, Amsterdam: “Pupil dynamics in response to light and effortful listening: unravelling the role of the parasympathetic nervous system” (VU Amsterdam Supervisor Sophia Kramer and Adriana Zekveld). Project supported by EU Marie Curie FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN project LISTEN FP7- 607373.
Dorothea Wendt, Thomas Lunner and Alejandro Lopez Valdes are supervising PhD student Hanna Bönitz from the Medizinsiche Hochschule Hannover, Germany: “Influences of cognition and processing effort on speech understanding in cochlear implant users” (other supervisors: Andreas Büchner from MHH in Hannover, Søren Riis, Björn Lyxell). The project is supported by the Oticon foundation. The work will continue in 2018.