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Workshop on headphones: technologies, devices, and applications

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CIRMMT RA1 Workshop. This workshop will feature 21x21 style presentations in one unique session. Registration is required.

  • Research Workshop
When Apr 19, 2017
from 01:30 PM to 04:30 PM
Where A832, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 527 Sherbrooke St W
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To register as an attendee: Headphones Workshop - Registration

Headphones are everywhere in the research activities of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT) community, from the most-often used sound transduction system, to research on new intra-aural  technologies. This workshop, organized by the CIRMMT Research Axis 1 “Instruments, devices and systems", will be conducted as a collection of 21x21 sessions. This means that each presentation will be approximately 7 minutes in total and will consist of 21 slides that are shown for 21 seconds each. This format, which keeps presentations concise and fast-paced, will enable students, researchers and academics to present their research in the area of headphones technologies, devices and applications, to an audience that will include several industrial partners from CIRMMT.



13h30-14h00: D. Quiroz - Smyth realiser: virtual surround technology

14h00-14h20: R. Bouserhal, T. Falk, J. Voix - Speech quality enhancement of in-ear microphone speech for advanced wearables

14h20-14h40: O. Valentin, G. Cretot-Richert, M. De Vos, M.Bleichner, J. Voix - EARtrode, an in-ear custom-fitted EEG-based BCI earphones

14h40-15h00: R.-E. Gaskell - Graphene membranes for high fidelity headphone drivers

15h00-15h20: W. Woszczyk - Multi-driver headphones

15h20-15h40: S. Vafaei - A measurement-based approach in determining the sound quality of headphones

15h40-16h00: M. Landry, N. Laperle - EERS™:  A device for the connected protected IOT worker

To view a more detailed program: Programme



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