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Oticon Research Centre Eriksholm

 
 
 
 
 
  • Niels Henrik Pontoppidan
  • Graham Naylor

Eriksholm Research Centre is part of Oticon, a world leader in hearing care.

We are committed to making audiological discoveries with the potential to significantly enhance end-user benefits in future hearing care.

This is realised through close collaborations with leading academic research institutions. By bringing experts together, we are able to create mutually-beneficial research synergies and open up new lines of inquiry in the broader research community.

And by engaging in continuous dialogue with a large number of people living with hearing loss and the care professionals dedicated to helping them, we are able to maintain a deep understanding of the real-life implications of hearing loss, and gauge the impact of our ideas with real people in their everyday lives.

The result is a team of multi-disciplinary staff able to identify and demonstrate new opportunities within audiology, signal processing and behavioural science.

This lays the foundation for Oticon to further develop audiological concepts and apply them in hearing solutions that empower people with hearing loss to communicate freely, interact naturally and participate actively.

As active members of the international scientific community, our results are published regularly.

For more information, see www.eriksholm.com

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INSPIRE News

  • We would like to warmly invite you to join our Radboud Summer School course on "Multilingualism in the Wild" Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands http://www.ru.nl/radboudsummerschool/ Dates: 10-14...

  • The INSPIRE workshop "Computational models of cognitive processes" will take place in Leuven, Belgium, from Wednesday 1 July to Saturday 4 July, 2015. Click here for workshop...

  • The INSPIRE winter school "Talker-listener interactions" will take place in London, England, from Tuesday 20 January to Friday 23 January, 2015. Click here for winter school information.

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