VCCA2024 – Full Conference Program

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Day 1 (Thursday 20th June, 2024)

Sydney (GMT+10) 20th JuneManchester (GMT+1) 20th JuneNew York (GMT-4) 20th JuneSession titleMain roomRoom ARoom B
6:00 pm9:00 am4:00 amIntro and Kick-offChair: Organising chairs  
6:15 pm9:15 am4:15 amMain session 1Keynote 1: Deniz Başkent, New directions for diagnostic and rehabilitation tools  
6:55 pm9:55 am4:55 amFeatured talk 1: Ariane Laplante-Lévesque, Improving access to hearing assistive technology: needs and best practices (88)  
7:15 pm10:15 am5:15 amBreak (15 mins)
7:30 pm10:30 am5:30 amParallel session 1Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Volker Hohmann)

  • 7.35/10.35/5.35 Jason Mikiel-Hunter, Using CARFAC-JAX, a fast, differentiable model of the human cochlea, to efficiently fit personalized hearing loss (82)
  • 7.47/10.47/5.47 Yohan Villalon, Pitch contour perception in speech and music at accelerated speed in hearing-impaired seniors (72)
  • 7.59/10.59/5.59 Rebecca C Felsheim, A Non-spiking Model of an Electrically Stimulated Auditory Nerve Fiber (34)
  • 8.11/11.11/6.11 Zhaohai Liu, A computational model of the auditory periphery applicable to round window stimulation (23)
  • 8.23/11.23/6.23 Samiya Alkhairy, Flexible Rational-Exponent Auditory Filters (5)
Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Jessica Monaghan)

  • 7.35/10.35/5.35 Anders Bargum, Speech Stimuli Creation using Deep-Learning Based Voice Conversion (33)
  • 7.47/10.47/5.47 Vicky W Zhang, AI-powered Speech Intelligibility Assessment for Children (14)
  • 7.59/10.59/5.59 Benedikt E Bugl, Bionic Acoustic Camera (42)
  • 8.11/11.11/6.11 Mark v Kesteren, Quick and objective hearing threshold estimation with semi-dry EEG (41)
  • 8.23/11.23/6.23 Nima Salimi, Developing a Novel Hearing Aid Framework Using Machine Learning and a Model of the Impaired Cochlea (84)
 
8:35 pm11:35 am6:35 amParallel session 2 (special session: workshops/demonstrations)How to share software and models via GitHub or other platforms (Gerardo Roa Dabike) (87)Machine learning with real EEG data (Lies Bollens) 
9:35 pm12:35 pm7:35 amLunch break (90 mins)
11:00 pm2:00 pm9:00 amIntro and New York Kick-offChair: Jan-Willem Wasmann  
11:15 pm2:15 pm9:15 amMain session 2Keynote 2: Manohar Bance, Could we make cochlear implants work better?  
11:55 pm2:55 pm9:55 amFeatured talk 2: Anthea Bott, Optimizing manufacturing of custom hearing aids (25)  
12:15 am3:15 pm10:15 amParallel session 3 (special session: panel discussions)What people with and without hearing loss want from music (Chair: Alinka Greasley)Can we treat hearing loss better by considering the benefit of seeing a talker (Chair: Chris Sumner) 
1:15 am4:15 pm11:15 amBreak (30 mins)
1:45 am4:45 pm11:45 amParallel session 4Field-related measurement and validation, e.g., teleaudiology (Chair: Michael Akeroyd)

  • 1.50/4.50/11.50 Iordanis Thoidis, The Impact of Ambient Noise on the Reliability of Home-Based Remote Audiometry (37)
  • 2.02/5.02/12.02 Giulia Angonese, Improving the classification of noise haters and distortion haters with mixture latent state-trait autoregressive modelling (19)
  • 2.14/5.14/12.14 Niels Pontoppidan, Towards a detection and correction algorithm for expanding applicable time-range of EMAs for challenging situations (48)
  • 2.26/5.26/12.26 Jeppe H Christensen, Predicting Individual Hearing Aid Preference from Listening Experiences in Daily Life (31)
  • 2.38/5.38/12.38 Lola M Russell, Behaviour Change in the Wild – Reflections on a Large Scale Campaign Using RNID’s Online Hearing Check (71)
  • 2.50/5.50/12.50 Thu Ngan Dang, Evaluation of a Digits-in-Noise (DIN) test for auditory research and clinical application (56)
Modelling Hearing and Hearing Loss (Chair: Tobias Goehring)

  • 1.50/4.50/11.50 Mark R Saddler, Modeling Normal and Impaired Hearing With Artificial Neural Networks Optimized for Ecological Tasks (54)
  • 2.02/5.02/12.02 Nataliya Fartdinova, Examining the Impact of Hearing Impairment on Neural Patterns in Spatial Attentional Filtering (76)
  • 2.14/5.14/12.14 Malcolm Slaney, The SNR of ABR Signals (80)
  • 2.26/5.26/12.26 Ian Griffith, Modeling Auditory Attention with Deep Neural Networks (29)
  • 2.38/5.38/12.38 Yixuan Zhang, A 3D computational model framework of the stimulated peripheral auditory system (51)
  • 2.50/5.50/12.50 Savine S.M. Martens, Unintentional cues in psychophysical spectral ripple tests: Insights from models of acoustic and electric hearing (26)
 
3:05 am6:05 pm1:05 pmParallel session 5 (special session: workshops/demonstrations)AAS and CAN collaborative workshop on peer review (Ruth Litovsky et al.)Wiki Hearing (Hector Gabriel)Open-source auditory models of normal-hearing and hearing-impaired processing (Fotios Drakopoulos and Alejandro Osses) (39)
4:05 am7:05 pm2:05 pmClose

 

Day 2 (Friday 21st June, 2024)

Sydney (GMT+10) 21st JuneManchester (GMT+1) 21st JuneNew York (GMT-4) 21st JuneSession titleMain roomRoom ARoom B
6:00 pm9:00 am4:00 amIntro and Kick-offChair: Organising chairs  
6:15 pm9:15 am4:15 amMain session 3Keynote 3: Melanie Ferguson, From nice-to-have to must-have: the essential role of co-design and participatory approaches in digital hearing healthcare
6:55 pm9:55 am4:55 am Featured talk 3: Harvey Dillon, Causes of deficits in sentence understanding in noise, as revealed by an analysis of nearly 2000 clinical applications of the Listening in Spatialized Noise Sentences Test (LiSN-S) (58)
7:15 pm10:15 am5:15 amParallel session 6Speech enhancement for HA wearers (Chairs: Jon Barker and Simone Graetzer)

  • 7.20/10.20/5.20 Peter Leer, Neural Networks Hear You Loud and Clear: Hearing Loss Compensation Using Deep Neural Networks (8)
  • 7.32/10.32/5.32 Sathish Kumar, Effect Of Broadband Gain Frequency Shaping On Horizontal Localization Performance In Individuals With Normal Hearing (52)
  • 7.44/10.44/5.44 Kiki van der Heijden, Brain-controlled hearing technology: Setting targets for real-world applications (61)
  • 7.56/10.56/5.56 Feyisayo Olalere, Leveraging Cochlear Implant-Based Spatial Cues for Location-Guided Target Speaker Extraction in Dynamic Environments (66)
  • 8.08/11.08/6.08 Franklin Y Alvarez Cardinale, Design of an End-to-End Deep Learning Sound Coding Strategy for Cochlear Implants and Validation through an Objective Metric based on Mutual Information (35)
Field-related measurement and validation (Chair Michael Akeroyd)

  • 7.20/10.20/5.20 Tobias Goehring, AUDITO: A Web-based Listening Test System for Auditory Research with Cochlear Implant Recipients (53)
  • 7.32/10.32/5.32 Yanqing He, Optimizing the Chinese Zodiac-in-Noise Test with antiphasic stimuli (49)
  • 7.44/10.44/5.44 Mohsen Fatehifar, An Automated Digits-In-Noise Hearing Test Using Automatic Speech Recognition and Text-To-Speech: A Proof-of-Concept Study (67)
  • 7.56/10.56/5.56 Elif Zehra Biber, Verification and Validation Methods Used in Hearing Aid Centers (7)
Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Alan Archer-Boyd)

  • 7.20/10.20/5.20 Harini Madnu, Exploring the barriers and opportunities in alternate modes of hearing service delivery to address in hearing care uptake: a scoping review (79)
  • 7.32/10.32/5.32 欢 姜, The effect of exercise combined with Transcranial direct-current stimulation on the temporal fine structure sensitivity (9)
  • 7.44/10.44/5.44 Zablon Pingo, Leveraging AI Technology for Enhanced Communication Skill Development in Audiology Education (59)
  • 7.56/10.56/5.56 Wiktor Jedrzejczak, Accuracy and repeatability of Chatbot Responses in Audiology (46)
  • 8.08/11.08/6.08 Beyza Nur Baştürk, Automatic Measurement of Frequency and Decibel Information of Audiological Symbols in Handwritten Audiograms (78)
8:20 pm11:20 am6:20 amBreak (15 mins)
8:35 pm11:35 am6:35 amParallel session 7 (special session: panel discussions)Future development of AI for enhancing music for listeners with hearing loss (Chair: William Whitmer)Big data and data standards in Audiology (Chairs: Mareike Buhl and Charlotte Vercammen)

  • 8.35/11.35/6.35 Featured talk 4: Mareike Buhl and Charlotte Vercammen, Big data and data standards in Audiology (22)
  • 8.55/11.55/6.55 Panel discussion

 

 
9:35 pm12:35 pm7:35 amLunch break (60 mins)
10:35 pm1:35 pm8:35 amParallel session 8Cochlear, brainstem and vestibular implants and post-implant rehabilitation (Chair: Nikki Philpott)

  • 10.40/1.40/8.40 Brad Ingrao, Yes You Can: Why and How Every Audiologist Can and Should Screen for Cochlear Implant Candidacy (3)
  • 10.52/1.52/8.52 Hasna Fathima, Effect of Interaural Asymmetrical Electrode Deactivation on Sentence Recognition in Noise and Spatial Release from Masking in Simulated Bilateral Cochlear Implant Listening (32)
  • 11.04/2.04/9.04 Annesya Banerjee, Neural Network Models of Hearing Clarify Factors Limiting Cochlear Implant Outcomes (55)
Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Alan Archer Boyd)

  • 10.40/1.40/8.40 Hector Gabriel, Machine Access to Audiology Content on English Wikipedia (12)
  • 10.52/1.52/8.52 Richard Rau, Big Data Analysis on Coupling Selection and Model Development of a Data Driven Dome Proposer (27)
  • 11.04/2.04/9.04 Gloria A Araiza Illan, Using a humanoid robot for assessing vocal emotion recognition (64)
Clinical impact of the changing landscape of Audiology (Chair: Gaby Saunders)

  • 10.40/1.40/8.40 Robin Hake, Music perception with hearing aids: compression differentially affects musical scene analysis and musical sound quality (30)
  • 10.52/1.52/8.52 Christophe Lesimple, Hearing aid evaluation for music: Accounting for acoustical variability within and between music genres (13)
  • 11.04/2.04/9.04 Luke Meyer, Perception of the NAO Robot via Self-Assessments and Behavioural Analyses When Conducting Audiological Tests (65)
11:20 pm2:20 pm9:20 amParallel session 9Cognitive and neuro-audiology (Chair: Emma Holmes)

  • 11.25/2.25/9.25 Featured talk 6: Siobhan Brennan, The Audiology Learning Disabilities and Autism Project (ALDAP) (86)
  • 11.45/2.45/9.45 Featured talk 7: Emma Holmes, Directing selective attention in noisy environments is affected by hearing loss across the lifespan (43)
  • 12.05/3.05/10.05 Subhashini D, Unveiling Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension as a Stealthy Culprit of Unilateral Hearing Loss: A case report (24)
  • 12.17/3.17/10.17 Felix Stockar, Exploring the Functional Contribution of Alpha Power Lateralization to Auditory Spatial Attention: An EEG-Neurofeedback-Based Study (70)
  • 12.29/3.29/10.29 Nils NMT Marggraf-Turley, Comparative Analysis of EEG-Based Sound Location Decoding between Real and Virtual Listening (18)
Translating academic research results into clinical practice (Chair: Antje Heinrich)

  • 11.25/2.25/9.25 Featured talk 5: George Tilston, Curating routinely collected hearing-health data to facilitate the equitable re-use of NHS data for translational research using the OMOP framework (36)
  • 11.45/2.45/9.45 Charlotte Garcia, Translating the Panoramic ECAP Method to Clinic (17)
  • 11.57/2.57/9.57 Tahereh Afghah, Integrating the ICF Framework for Comprehensive Hearing and Functioning Assessment Using the HEAR-COMMAND Tool to Enhance Clinical Practice (21)
  • 12.09/3.09/10.09 Megha Sasidharan, Categorization of Environmental Sounds Based on Pitch -Spectral Correlation and Preliminary Findings in Clinical Population (60)
  • 12.21/3.21/10.21 Lakshay Khurana, In-silico Framework for Benchmarking Optogenetic Hearing Restoration (68)
  • 12.33/3.33/10.33 Maartje M. E. Hendrikse, Investigating the Efficacy of the Automatic Classifier AutoSense Sky OS for Children with Cochlear Implants in a Virtual Reality Classroom and other Complex Acoustic Environments (16)
Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Rebecca Vos)

  • 11.25/2.25/9.25 Mengchao Zhang, Simulation of unilateral and bilateral cochlear implant for speech recognition in spatialized noise (2)
  • 11.37/2.37/9.37 Aristeidis Choustoulakis, A Combined Model for Electrocochleography Simulations in Cochlear Implant Users (47)
  • 11.49/2.49/9.49 Gerard Encina-Llamas, Searching auditory phenotypes beyond audiometry from a large clinical dataset (85)
  • 12.01/3.01/10.01 Heingjiang Liu, A Noise-Induced Permanent Threshold Shift Prediction Model Based on Deep Convolutional Multi-Task Learning (20)
12:45 am3:45 pm10:45 amBreak (15 mins)
1:00 am4:00 pm11:00 amParallel session 10 

ISCA SIG SLPAT session on accessibility and inclusive design in hearing and Audiology (Chair: Stuart Cunningham)

  • 1.05/4.05/11.05 Featured talk 8: Andrew Hugill, Aural Diversity: a general introduction (6)
  • 1.25/4.25/11.25 Katerina Ehlert, Surveillance for ototoxicity in platinum-based chemotherapy using mobile health audiometry with extended high frequencies (10)
  • 1.37/4.37/11.37 Samuel Couth, That Looks Noisy: Creating an accessible self-report hearing questionnaire (50)
  • 1.49/4.49/11.49 Matt Ueckermann, Open-Source Platform for Hearing Research (73)
Cochlear, brainstem and vestibular implants and post-implant rehabilitation (Chair: Nikki Philpott)

  • 1.05/4.05/11.05 Tine Arras, Perception of Voice Cues and Speech-in-Speech by Children with Prelingual Single-Sided Deafness and a Cochlear Implant (63)
  • 1.17/4.17/11.17 Mona Kirstin Fehling, How do variations in cochlear implant map settings alter the spectral representation and the signal dynamics? – A simulation study (69)
  • 1.29/4.29/11.29 Helen Cullington, BEARS (Both Ears) – Virtual Reality Training to Improve Binaural Hearing in Children with Bilateral Cochlear Implants (81)
  • 1.41/4.41/11.41 Lloyd May, Music Pre-Processing Strategies to Enhance Cochlear Implant Users’ Enjoyment of Recorded Music (11)
  • 1.53/4.53/11.53 Laura Rachman, Vocal emotion recognition in children with cochlear implants and with hearing aids (75)
Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Michael Akeroyd)

  • 1.05/4.05/11.05 Francois Guerit, Temporal interactions between pulses in CI users: a look through the modelling of neural distortion responses (44)
  • 1.17/4.17/11.17 Chris Sumner, Searching for individual differences in audiovisual integration of speech in noise (15)
  • 11.29/4.29/11.29 Martin Berdau, Non-Intrusive Prediction of Speech Intelligibility and Listening Effort in Real-Time (62)
  • 1.41/4.41/11.41 Maryam Hosseini, Developing novel electrical stimulation strategies for cochlear implant users based on a model of the healthy human cochlea (83)
  • 1.53/4.53/11.53 Cheng Zhiwei, Acoustic response of ear canal combined between ear simulator and acoustic coupled cavity by numerical simulation computation and actual measurement (28)
2:15 am5:15 pm12:15 pmMain session 4Chair: Organising chairs  
2:15 am5:15 pm12:15 pmKeynote 4: Lars Bramsløw, State of the art and future developments in hearing aid technology (89)
2:55 am5:55 pm12:55 pmFeatured talk 9: Malcolm Slaney, Bayesian Models of Speech Understanding for a Clinical Population (77)
2:35 am5:35 pm12:35 pmPrize giving, closing ceremony, and wrap-up

 

Day 1 (Thursday 20th June, 2024)

Sydney (GMT+10) 20th JuneManchester (GMT+1) 20th JuneNew York (GMT-4) 20th JuneSession titleMain roomRoom A
6:00 PM9:00 AM4:00 AMIntro and Kick-offChair: Organising chairs
6:15 PM9:15 AM4:15 AMMain session 1Keynote 1: Deniz Başkent, New directions for diagnostic and rehabilitation tools (93)
6:55 PM9:55 AM4:55 AMFeatured talk 1: Ariane Laplante-Lévesque, Improving access to hearing assistive technology: needs and best practices (88)
7:15 PM10:15 AM5:15 AMBreak (15 mins)
7:30 PM10:30 AM5:30 AMParallel session 1Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Volker Hohmann)Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Jessica Monaghan)
7.35/10.35/5.35 Jason Mikiel-Hunter, Using CARFAC-JAX, a fast, differentiable model of the human cochlea, to efficiently fit personalized hearing loss (82)7.35/10.35/5.35 Anders Bargum, Speech Stimuli Creation using Deep-Learning Based Voice Conversion (33)
7.47/10.47/5.47 Yohan Villalon, Pitch contour perception in speech and music at accelerated speed in hearing-impaired seniors (72)7.47/10.47/5.47 Vicky W Zhang, AI-powered Speech Intelligibility Assessment for Children (14)
7.59/10.59/5.59 Rebecca C Felsheim, A Non-spiking Model of an Electrically Stimulated Auditory Nerve Fiber (34)7.59/10.59/5.59 Benedikt E Bugl, Bionic Acoustic Camera (42)
8.11/11.11/6.11 Zhaohai Liu, A computational model of the auditory periphery applicable to round window stimulation (23)8.11/11.11/6.11 Mark v Kesteren, Quick and objective hearing threshold estimation with semi-dry EEG (41)
8.23/11.23/6.23 Samiya Alkhairy, Flexible Rational-Exponent Auditory Filters (5)8.23/11.23/6.23 Nima Salimi, Developing a Novel Hearing Aid Framework Using Machine Learning and a Model of the Impaired Cochlea (84)
8:35 PM11:35 AM6:35 AMParallel session 2 (special session: workshops / demonstrations)How to share software and models via GitHub or other platforms (Gerardo Roa Dabike) (87)Wiki Hearing (Hector Gabriel) (92)
9:35 PM12:35 PM7:35 AMLunch break (85 mins)
11:00 PM2:00 PM9:00 AMIntro and New York Kick-offChair: Jan-Willem Wasmann
11:15 PM2:15 PM9:15 AMMain session 2Keynote 2: Manohar Bance, Could we make cochlear implants work better? (100)
11:55 PM2:55 PM9:55 AMFeatured talk 2: Anthea Bott, Optimizing manufacturing of custom hearing aids (25)
12:15 AM3:15 PM10:15 AMParallel session 3 (special session: panel discussions)What people with and without hearing loss want from music (Chair: Alinka Greasley) (95)Can we treat hearing loss better by considering the benefit of seeing a talker (Chair: Chris Sumner) (94)
1:15 AM4:15 PM11:15 AMBreak (30 mins)
1:45 AM4:45 PM11:45 AMParallel session 4Field-related measurement and validation, e.g., teleaudiology (Chair: Michael Akeroyd)Modelling Hearing and Hearing Loss (Chair: Tobias Goehring)
1.50/4.50/11.50 Iordanis Thoidis, The Impact of Ambient Noise on the Reliability of Home-Based Remote Audiometry (37)1.50/4.50/11.50 Mark R Saddler, Modeling Normal and Impaired Hearing With Artificial Neural Networks Optimized for Ecological Tasks (54)
2.02/5.02/12.02 Giulia Angonese, Improving the classification of noise haters and distortion haters with mixture latent state-trait autoregressive modelling (19)2.02/5.02/12.02 Nataliya Fartdinova, Examining the Impact of Hearing Impairment on Neural Patterns in Spatial Attentional Filtering (76)
2.14/5.14/12.14 Niels Pontoppidan, Towards a detection and correction algorithm for expanding applicable time-range of EMAs for challenging situations (48)2.14/5.14/12.14 Malcolm Slaney, The SNR of ABR Signals (80)
2.26/5.26/12.26 Jeppe H Christensen, Predicting Individual Hearing Aid Preference from Listening Experiences in Daily Life (31)2.26/5.26/12.26 Ian Griffith, Modeling Auditory Attention with Deep Neural Networks (29)
2.38/5.38/12.38 Crystal Rolfe, Behaviour Change in the Wild - Reflections on a Large Scale Campaign Using RNID's Online Hearing Check (71)2.38/5.38/12.38 Yixuan Zhang, A 3D computational model framework of the stimulated peripheral auditory system (51)
2.50/5.50/12.50 Thu Ngan Dang, Evaluation of a Digits-in-Noise (DIN) test for auditory research and clinical application (56)2.50/5.50/12.50 Savine S.M. Martens, Unintentional cues in psychophysical spectral ripple tests: Insights from models of acoustic and electric hearing (26)
3:05 AM6:05 PM1:05 PMParallel session 5 (special session: workshops / demonstrations)AAS and CAN collaborative workshop on peer review (Tina Grieco-Calub et al.) (96)Open-source auditory models of normal-hearing and hearing-impaired processing (Fotios Drakopoulos and Alejandro Osses) (39)
4:05 AM7:05 PM2:05 PMClose

Day 2 (Thursday 21st June, 2024)

Sydney (GMT+10) 21st JuneManchester (GMT+1) 21st JuneNew York (GMT-4) 21st JuneSession titleMain roomRoom ARoom B
6:00 PM9:00 AM4:00 AMIntro and Kick-offChair: Organising chairs
6:15 PM9:15 AM4:15 AMMain session 3Keynote 3: Melanie Ferguson, From nice-to-have to must-have: the essential role of co-design and participatory approaches in digital hearing healthcare (97)
6:55 PM9:55 AM4:55 AMFeatured talk 3: Harvey Dillon, Causes of deficits in sentence understanding in noise, as revealed by an analysis of nearly 2000 clinical applications of the Listening in Spatialized Noise Sentences Test (LiSN-S) (58)
7:15 PM10:15 AM5:15 AMParallel session 6Speech enhancement for hearing device wearers (Chairs: Jon Barker and Simone Graetzer)Field-related measurement and validation (Chair Michael Akeroyd)Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Alan Archer-Boyd)
7.20/10.20/5.20 Peter Leer, Neural Networks Hear You Loud and Clear: Hearing Loss Compensation Using Deep Neural Networks (8)7.20/10.20/5.20 Tobias Goehring, AUDITO: A Web-based Listening Test System for Auditory Research with Cochlear Implant Recipients (53)7.20/10.20/5.20 Harini Madnu, Exploring the barriers and opportunities in alternate modes of hearing service delivery to address in hearing care uptake: a scoping review (79)
7.32/10.32/5.32 Sathish Kumar, Effect Of Broadband Gain Frequency Shaping On Horizontal Localization Performance In Individuals With Normal Hearing (52)7.32/10.32/5.32 Yanqing He, Optimizing the Chinese Zodiac-in-Noise Test with antiphasic stimuli (49)7.32/10.32/5.32 欢 姜, The effect of exercise combined with Transcranial direct-current stimulation on the temporal fine structure sensitivity (9)
7.44/10.44/5.44 Kiki van der Heijden, Brain-controlled hearing technology: Setting targets for real-world applications (61)7.44/10.44/5.44 Mohsen Fatehifar, An Automated Digits-In-Noise Hearing Test Using Automatic Speech Recognition and Text-To-Speech: A Proof-of-Concept Study (67)7.44/10.44/5.44 Zablon Pingo, Leveraging AI Technology for Enhanced Communication Skill Development in Audiology Education (59)
7.56/10.56/5.56 Feyisayo Olalere, Leveraging Cochlear Implant-Based Spatial Cues for Location-Guided Target Speaker Extraction in Dynamic Environments (66)7.56/10.56/5.56 Elif Zehra Biber, Verification and Validation Methods Used in Hearing Aid Centers (7)7.56/10.56/5.56 Wiktor Jedrzejczak, Accuracy and repeatability of Chatbot Responses in Audiology (46)
8.08/11.08/6.08 Franklin Y Alvarez Cardinale, Design of an End-to-End Deep Learning Sound Coding Strategy for Cochlear Implants and Validation through an Objective Metric based on Mutual Information (35)8.08/11.08/6.08 Beyza Nur Baştürk, Automatic Measurement of Frequency and Decibel Information of Audiological Symbols in Handwritten Audiograms (78)
8:20 PM11:20 AM6:20 AMBreak (15 mins)
8:35 PM11:35 AM6:35 AMParallel session 7 (special session: panel discussions)Future development of AI for enhancing music for listeners with hearing loss (Chair: William Whitmer) (91)Big data and data standards in Audiology (Chairs: Mareike Buhl and Charlotte Vercammen) (22)
8.35/11.35/6.35 Featured talk 4: Mareike Buhl and Charlotte Vercammen, Big data and data standards in Audiology (22)
8.55/11.55/6.55 Panel discussion
9:35 PM12:35 PM7:35 AMLunch break (60 mins)
10:35 PM1:35 PM8:35 AMParallel session 8Cochlear, brainstem and vestibular implants and post-implant rehabilitation (Chair: Nikki Philpott)Novel research related to AI and hearing (Chair: Alan Archer Boyd)Clinical impact of the changing landscape of Audiology (Chair: Gabrielle (Gaby) Saunders)
10.40/1.40/8.40 Brad Ingrao, Yes You Can: Why and How Every Audiologist Can and Should Screen for Cochlear Implant Candidacy (3)10.40/1.40/8.40 Hector Gabriel, Machine Access to Audiology Content on English Wikipedia (12)10.40/1.40/8.40 Robin Hake, Music perception with hearing aids: compression differentially affects musical scene analysis and musical sound quality (30)
10.52/1.52/8.52 Hasna Fathima, Effect of Interaural Asymmetrical Electrode Deactivation on Sentence Recognition in Noise and Spatial Release from Masking in Simulated Bilateral Cochlear Implant Listening (32)10.52/1.52/8.52 Richard Rau, Big Data Analysis on Coupling Selection and Model Development of a Data Driven Dome Proposer (27)10.52/1.52/8.52 Christophe Lesimple, Hearing aid evaluation for music: Accounting for acoustical variability within and between music genres (13)
11.04/2.04/9.04 Annesya Banerjee, Neural Network Models of Hearing Clarify Factors Limiting Cochlear Implant Outcomes (55)11.04/2.04/9.04 Gloria A Araiza Illan, Using a humanoid robot for assessing vocal emotion recognition (64)11.04/2.04/9.04 Luke Meyer, Perception of the NAO Robot via Self-Assessments and Behavioural Analyses When Conducting Audiological Tests (65)
11:20 PM2:20 PM9:20 AMParallel session 9Cognitive and neuro-audiology (Chair: Emma Holmes)Translating academic research results into clinical practice (Chair: Antje Heinrich)Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Rebecca Vos)
11.25/2.25/9.25 Featured talk 6: Siobhan Brennan, The Audiology Learning Disabilities and Autism Project (ALDAP) (86)11.25/2.25/9.25 Featured talk 5: George Tilston, Curating routinely collected hearing-health data to facilitate the equitable re-use of NHS data for translational research using the OMOP framework (36)11.25/2.25/9.25 Mengchao Zhang, Simulation of unilateral and bilateral cochlear implant for speech recognition in spatialized noise (2)
11.45/2.45/9.45 Featured talk 7: Emma Holmes, Directing selective attention in noisy environments is affected by hearing loss across the lifespan (43)11.45/2.45/9.45 Maartje M. E. Hendrikse, Investigating the Efficacy of the Automatic Classifier AutoSense Sky OS for Children with Cochlear Implants in a Virtual Reality Classroom and other Complex Acoustic Environments (16)11.37/2.37/9.37 Aristeidis Choustoulakis, A Combined Model for Electrocochleography Simulations in Cochlear Implant Users (47)
12.05/3.05/10.05 Subhashini D, Unveiling Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension as a Stealthy Culprit of Unilateral Hearing Loss: A case report (24)11.57/2.57/9.57 Tahereh Afghah, Integrating the ICF Framework for Comprehensive Hearing and Functioning Assessment Using the HEAR-COMMAND Tool to Enhance Clinical Practice (21)11.49/2.49/9.49 Gerard Encina-Llamas, Searching auditory phenotypes beyond audiometry from a large clinical dataset (85)
12.17/3.17/10.17 Felix Stockar, Exploring the Functional Contribution of Alpha Power Lateralization to Auditory Spatial Attention: An EEG-Neurofeedback-Based Study (70)12.09/3.09/10.09 Megha Sasidharan, Categorization of Environmental Sounds Based on Pitch -Spectral Correlation and Preliminary Findings in Clinical Population (60)12.01/3.01/10.01 Heingjiang Liu, A Noise-Induced Permanent Threshold Shift Prediction Model Based on Deep Convolutional Multi-Task Learning (20)
12.29/3.29/10.29 Nils NMT Marggraf-Turley, Comparative Analysis of EEG-Based Sound Location Decoding between Real and Virtual Listening (18)12.21/3.21/10.21 Lakshay Khurana, In-silico Framework for Benchmarking Optogenetic Hearing Restoration (68)12.13/3.13/10.13 Maryam Hosseini, Developing novel electrical stimulation strategies for cochlear implant users based on a model of the healthy human cochlea (83)
12.33/3.33/10.33 Charlotte Garcia, Translating the Panoramic ECAP Method to Clinic (17)
12:45 AM3:45 PM10:45 AMBreak (15 mins)
1:00 AM4:00 PM11:00 AMParallel session 10ISCA SIG SLPAT session on accessibility and inclusive design in hearing and Audiology (Chair: Stuart Cunningham)Cochlear, brainstem and vestibular implants and post-implant rehabilitation (Chair: Nikki Philpott)Modelling hearing and hearing loss (Chair: Michael Akeroyd)
1.05/4.05/11.05 Featured talk 8: Andrew Hugill, Aural Diversity: a general introduction (6)1.05/4.05/11.05 Tine Arras, Perception of Voice Cues and Speech-in-Speech by Children with Prelingual Single-Sided Deafness and a Cochlear Implant (63)1.05/4.05/11.05 Francois Guerit, Temporal interactions between pulses in CI users: a look through the modelling of neural distortion responses (44)
1.25/4.25/11.25 Katerina Ehlert, Surveillance for ototoxicity in platinum-based chemotherapy using mobile health audiometry with extended high frequencies (10)1.17/4.17/11.17 Mona Kirstin Fehling, How do variations in cochlear implant map settings alter the spectral representation and the signal dynamics? - A simulation study (69)1.17/4.17/11.17 Chris Sumner, Searching for individual differences in audiovisual integration of speech in noise (15)
1.37/4.37/11.37 Samuel Couth, That Looks Noisy: Creating an accessible self-report hearing questionnaire (50)1.29/4.29/11.29 Helen Cullington, BEARS (Both Ears) - Virtual Reality Training to Improve Binaural Hearing in Children with Bilateral Cochlear Implants (81)1.29/4.29/11.29 Martin Berdau, Non-Intrusive Prediction of Speech Intelligibility and Listening Effort in Real-Time (62)
1.49/4.49/11.49 Matt Ueckermann, Open-Source Platform for Hearing Research (73)1.41/4.41/11.41 Lloyd May, Music Pre-Processing Strategies to Enhance Cochlear Implant Users’ Enjoyment of Recorded Music (11)1.41/4.41/11.41 Cheng Zhiwei, Acoustic response of ear canal combined between ear simulator and acoustic coupled cavity by numerical simulation computation and actual measurement (28)
1.53/4.53/11.53 Laura Rachman, Vocal emotion recognition in children with cochlear implants and with hearing aids (75)
2:15 AM5:15 PM12:15 PMMain session 4Chair: Organising chairs
2:15 AM5:15 PM12:15 PMKeynote 4: Lars Bramsløw, State of the art and future developments in hearing aid technology (89)
2:55 AM5:55 PM12:55 PMFeatured talk 9: Malcolm Slaney, Bayesian Models of Speech Understanding for a Clinical Population (77)
3:35 AM6:35 PM1:35 PMPrize giving, closing ceremony, and wrap-up

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