Morning: Welcome session 10:00-12:00 (GMT +2)

Chair: Cas Smits, Co-chair: Cris Lanting

Opening ceremony 10.00 – 10.10

  • opening address
  • facts of the conference
  • rules of conduct

Talk 1

Predicting tinnitus from auditory brainstem responses using machine learning

Authors: Jessica J. M. Monaghan1, Zhe Liu2, Lina Yao2, and David McAlpine3
1National Acoustic Laboratories, Sydney, Australia,
2School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
3Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Lunch break / chat sessions (discord) 12.00-14.30


3 topics / according to featured talks

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 – 14.30 Screen-off time

Workshops 14.30 - 15.45 (GMT+2)

14.30-15.45 workshop on patient involvement with live transcription

14.30 – 15.45

Workshop 2: Problem statement/patient involvement

N.B. this workshop starts at 14.30 and has live transcription

Chair: Peter van Hengel and David Moore

Topics: Patients from several continents will talk about hearing care and the influence of patients and patient organizations in their region the problems they experience.

Included talkers:
dr Caitlin Barr (Australia)
Sergio Rodríguez Castellanos (Bolivia)
Moses Serwadda (Uganda)
Adele Horobin (UK)

Research Agenda & Mission

15.00 -15.45 Parallel workshops

Afternoon 16:00 - 18:00 (GMT+2)

Chair: Dennis Barbour, Co-chair: Johan Frijns

17.20 – 18.00 Parallel Sessions

Dinner break
Conference dinner at 19:00 BREAK-OUT-rooms.

Evening Session 20:00-22:00 (GMT+2)

Chair: Marc van Wanrooij, Co-chair: Yağmur Güçlütürk

Talk 27 

Computational modeling of attentive voice tracking

Authors: Joanna Luberadzka1, Hendrik Kayser1, Volker Hohmann1,
1Auditory Signal Processing and Cluster of Excellence “Hearing4all” Department of Medical Physics and Acoustics University of Oldenburg, Germany

Talk 29

Real-Time Deep Neural Network to Remix Music for Cochlear Implant Users

Authors: Sina Tahmasebi1, Tom Gajęcki1 and Waldo Nogueira1
1Department of Otolaryngology, Medical University Hannover and Cluster of Excellence ”Hearing4all”, Hannover, Germany



Parallel sessions (via BREAK-OUT-rooms) not recorded

21.00 – 21.30

Afterparty (22.05-) BREAK-OUT-rooms

We would like to take advantage of the virtual aspects of this conference by creating sessions that consist of a mixture of different talk and discussion formats.
News & rules
'Bringing AI and Audiology together'
'The broader picture at the moment, in the world of telemedicine, is that 10 years progress has occurred in just a week'

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