Signal Processing

Awards

  • PhD Thesis Award 2017, Fakultät VI - University of Oldenburg, for the thesis "Sparse multi-channel linear prediction for blind speech dereverberation" (Ante Jukić)
  • Best Paper Award (First Prize), International Conference on Digital Audio Effects 2017, for the paper "Iterative structured shrinkage algorithms for stationary/transient audio decomposition" (Kai Siedenburg, Simon Doclo)
  • PhD Thesis Award 2015, Fakultät VI - University of Oldenburg, for the thesis "Synthetic reproduction of head-related transfer functions by using microphone arrays" (Eugen Rasumow)
  • Best Student Paper Award, International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement 2014, for the paper "Multichannel dereverberation for hearing aids with interaural coherence preservation" (Sebastian Braun, Matteo Torcoli, Daniel Marquardt, Emanuel Habets, Simon Doclo)
  • MSc Thesis Award 2014, Fakultät V - University of Oldenburg, for the thesis "Development and evaluation of pre-processing algorithms for speech intelligibility enhancement in noise" (Henning Schepker)
  • IEEE Signal Processing Society 2008 Best Paper Award, for the paper "New Insights Into the Noise Reduction Wiener Filter," IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 1218-1234, Jul. 2006 (Jingdong Chen, Jacob Benesty, Arden Huang, Simon Doclo)
  • EURASIP Signal Processing Best Paper Award 2003, for the paper "Design of far-field and near-field broadband beamformers using eigenfilters," Signal Processing, vol. 83, no. 12, pp. 2641-2673, Dec. 2003 (Simon Doclo, Marc Moonen)
  • Best Student Paper Award, International Workshop on Acoustic Echo and Noise Control 2001, for the paper "Combined frequency-domain dereverberation and noise reduction technique for multi-microphone speech enhancement" (Simon Doclo, Marc Moonen)