[AUDITORY] PhD position at Oldenburg University, Ewert lab (Volker Hohmann )

Subject: [AUDITORY] PhD position at Oldenburg University, Ewert lab
From:    Volker Hohmann  <volker.hohmann@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 1 May 2019 15:55:00 +0200

Dear list, I'm sending this message on behalf of Stephan Ewert. Best regards, Volker ******************* On behalf of Stephan Ewert: Dear all, I have an open position in my lab in the Medizinische Physik (Universit=E4t Oldenburg, Germany) funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) The project aims towards a better understanding of the role of acoustical cues for awareness, orientation, and navigation in rooms and at developing (virtual reality based) rehabilitative as well as assistive technologies involving acoustic augmented reality. The applicant will: 1) develop and extent existing methods to render (room) acoustic environments and to acoustically augment such environments 2) design and perform psychoacoustic experiments with headphones and in a three-dimensional loudspeaker array Further information can be found here: PhD position in "Acoustical awareness, orientation, and navigation in roo= ms" https://uol.de/stellen/?stelle=3D66614 Given that the project includes listening tests in humans, candidates would benefit from at least basic German language skills. Applications are requested no later than May 15th, 2019. Thanks and best regards, Stephan Ewert --=20 --------------------------------------------------------- Prof. Dr. Volker Hohmann Medizinische Physik and Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all Universit=E4t Oldenburg D-26111 Oldenburg Germany Tel. +49 441 798 5468 FAX +49 441 798 3902 Email volker.hohmann@xxxxxxxx http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/mediphysik/ http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/auditorische-signalverarbeitung/ Public Key and Key Fingerprint http://medi.uni-oldenburg.de/members/vh/pubkey_vh_uni.txt C75A 8A8D 9408 28EE FCFD 20CA 1D9F 23CC BAD2 B967 ---------------------------------------------------------

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