15th Speech in Noise Workshop, 11-12 January 2024, Potsdam, Germany 15th Speech in Noise Workshop, 11-12 January 2024, Potsdam, Germany

Programme

The abstract booklet
can be downloaded here.

Thursday 11 January 2024
09:0009:45Registration & Coffee
09:4510:00Welcome
10:0010:25Investigating speech processing in paediatric and adult CI users using combined fNIRS/EEG measurements Abstract
Kurt Steinmetzger Tinnitus Center, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
10:2510:50Neural correlates of stream segregation from childhood to adulthood Abstract
Elena Benocci, Claude Alain, Axelle Calcus Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
10:5011:15What about speech? Abstract
Hannah J. Stewart , Erin K . Cash, Lisa L. Hunter, Jonathan E. Peelle, Jennifer Vannest, David R. MooreLancaster University, UK | Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, USA
11:1511:45Coffee, Picture
11:4512:10Exploring mechanisms behind dynamic multi-talker listening Abstract
Hartmut Meister University of Cologne, Germany
12:1012:35Speech in noise in the n200 study in Linköping Sweden Abstract
Henrik Danielsson , Erik MarsjaLinköping University, Sweden
12:3514:05Lunch
14:0515:05KeynoteSpeech technology in everyday situations – is multimodality the answer? Abstract
Naomi Harte Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
15:0515:35Coffee and Poster setup
15:3518:00Poster session 1
18:0019:00Transit (30 min by Tram 96)
19:0022:00Dinner at Kades Restaurant (Große Weinmeisterstraße 43B)
Friday 12 January 2024
09:0011:30Poster session 2
11:3011:55Coffee, and poster removal
11:5512:20Perception of the self voice and other voices during speech motor control Abstract
Abbie Bradshaw University of Cambridge, UK
12:2013:20Lunch
13:2013:45Colin Cherry Award 2023Use of eye-tracking and pupillometry to assess speech-on-speech masking in a visual word paradigm Abstract
Khaled Abdel Latif, Thomas Koelewijn, Deniz Başkent, Hartmut MeisterDepartment of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital of Cologne
13:4514:10Pi-SPIN: Paraphrase to improve Speech Perception in Noise Abstract
Anupama Chingacham , Vera Demberg, Dietrich KlakowSaarland Informatics Campus, Saarland University, Germany
14:1014:35How the types of sound reflections influence speech intelligibility in rooms Abstract
Nicola Prodi Department of Engineering, University of Ferrara, Italy
14:3515:00Entraining alpha oscillations to facilitate auditory working memory: A TMS-EEG study Abstract
Kate Slade, Jessica L. Pepper, Elise J. Oosterhuis, Bjorn Herrmann, Ingrid S. Johnsrude, Helen E. NuttallDepartment of Psychology, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
15:0015:20Business meeting: Colin Cherry Award 2024, next SPIN meeting and closing remarks
15:2015:50Coffee and Goodbye

Posters

Session 1: Thursday 11 January 2024, 15:35-18:00

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Grandchild, speak clearly! Investigating algorithmic benefit for lisped speech understandingAlexander Klingebiel, Cecil Wilson, Ulrich Hoppe, Marko Lugger, Maja Serman

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Pupillometry reveals adaption to linguistic interference over time during speech-in-speech listeningAlex Mepham, Ronan McGarrigle, Sarah Knight, Lyndon Rakusen, Sven Mattys

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Using verbal response time as a measure of listening effort for adaptive tests of speech in noise assessment in clinical settingsChiara Visentin, Chiara Bonora, Nicola Brunelli, Andrea Migliorelli, Laura Negossi, Pietro Scimemi, Rosamaria Santarelli, Andrea Ciorba, Nicola Prodi

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The effect of motor resource suppression on speech perception in noise in younger and older listeners: An online studyKate Slade, Alanna Beat, Jennifer Taylor, Christopher J. Plack, Helen E Nuttall

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An experimental setup to measure cochlear implant output of ecological stimuliFloris Rotteveel, Bert Maat, Deniz Başkent, Etienne Gaudrain

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To appear or to disappear? Investigating change detection in hearing-impaired listenersMichelle Kosminski, Maja Serman, Sascha Bilert, Ulrich Hoppe

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Temporal processing of slow amplitude modulations and consonant in noise perception in children using cochlear implantsElodie Zuccarelli, Charlotte Benoit, Léo Varnet, Christian Lorenzi, Laurianne Cabrera

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The right-ear advantage in static and dynamic cocktail-party situationsMoritz Wächtler, Pascale Sandmann, Hartmut Meister

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Rapid label-referent mapping with vocoded speech in young infantsAlan Langus, Mireia Marimon, Amanda Saksida

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Spatial hearing training for young bilateral cochlear implant users: The BEARS approachBhavisha Parmar, Marina Salorio-Corbetto, Sandra Driver, Merle Mahon, Lorenzo Picinali, Helen Cullington, Pádraig Kitterick, Francis Early, Fleur Corbett, Dan Jiang, Debi Vickers

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Speech-in-noise pupillometry data collected via a virtual reality headsetTim Green, Lorenzo Picinali, Tim Murray-Browne, Isaac Engel, Craig Henry

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A new piano training improves speech-on-speech perception in cochlear implant usersEleanor E. Harding, Etienne Gaudrain, Robert Harris, Barbara Tillmann, Bert Maat, Rolien Free, Deniz Başkent

Session 2: Friday 12 January 2024, 09:00-11:30

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Effects of context and auditory ability on speech perception in noiseEmily Tomasino, Patricia Bestelmeyer, Guillaume Thierry

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Exploring attentive listening in noise through the just-follow conversation taskWilliam M. Whitmer, David McShefferty, Karolina Smeds

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Neural correlates of the McGurk illusion in age-related hearing loss assessed by fMRI and EEGStephanie Rosemann, Mareike Daeglau, Stefan Debener, Christiane M. Thiel

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The relationship between hearing loss and autonomic nervous system activity during speech perceptionAdriana A. Zekveld, Laura Keur-Huizinga, Nicole A. Huizinga, Niek J. Versfeld, Sjors R.B. van de Ven, Wieke A.J. van Dijk, Eco J.C. de Geus, Sophia E. Kramer

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Predicting supra-threshold speech reception deficits using the Audible Contrast Threshold testJohannes Zaar, Peter Ihly, Takanori Nishiyama, Søren Laugesen, Sébastien Santurette, Chiemi Tanaka, Gary Jones, Marianna Vatti, Daisuke Suzuki, Tsubasa Kitama, Kaoru Ogawa, Jürgen Tchorz, Seiichi Shinden, Tim Jürgens

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Effects of task-irrelevant whispered speech on short-term memoryFlorian Kattner, Cosima M. A. Stokar von Neuforn, Patrizia F. Scholz, Lia Downing, Julia Föcker

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An interactive evaluation of gaze-directed beamforming in noisy conversations.John F. Culling, Emilie D'Olne, NIamh Powell, Bryn D, Davies, Patrick Naylor

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Binaural beamforming taking into account spatial release from maskingJohannes W. de Vries, Steven van de Par, Geert J. T. Leus, Richard Heusdens, Richard C. Hendriks

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A phoneme-scale evaluation of multichannel speech enhancement algorithmsNasser-Eddine Monir, Paul Magron, Romain Serizel

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Developing and validating virtual-audio clinical tools for assessing spatial-listening skills for children with bilateral cochlear implantsBhavisha Parmar, Marina Salorio-Corbetto, Jennifer Bizley, Stuart Rosen, Tim Green, Lorenzo Picinali, Ben Williges, Debi Vickers

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Affective valence affects speech intelligibility in noiseAlexandra E. Clausen, Florian Kattner, Wolfgang Ellermeier

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Speech enhancement in hearing aids using remote microphonesVasudha Sathyapriyan, Michael S. Pedersen, Mike Brookes, Jan Østergaard, Patrick A. Naylor, Jesper Jensen

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Development of the Turkish Digits-in-Noise testSoner Türüdü, Thomas Koelewijn, Deniz Başkent

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