07 JAN

Dental implants soon to be completely white

New technology will soon make the surface of titanium used for dental implants completely white. This will be immensely important for the growing part of the population...

Materials Metals and alloys Physiological modelling Artificial organs
26 JAN

Engineers refine doctors’ tools

Sleep is the brain’s way of spring cleaning—and effectively removing toxins. During deep sleep, the body is normally completely at rest and unreactive to the brain’s signals...

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems Physiological modelling Data analysis Electronics
26 JAN

Colour research

There is increasing evidence to suggest that a particular sleep disorder producing abnormal movements during dream sleep may be an early marker for Parkinson’s disease...

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems Physiological modelling Data analysis Electronics
26 APR

Royal interest in the research at Hearing Systems

DTU had a Royal guest at the opening of the Festival of Resarch on Thursday April 23 when HRH The Crown Princess Mary visited DTU Skylab. Especially Hearing Systems from...

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Information technology Computer calculations
09 MAR

Visiting PhD students at Hearing Systems

The Hearing Systems group has got two new visiting PhD students: Rachel Bou Serhal from Université de Quebec, Montréal in Canada and Arturo Moncada-Torres from KU Leuven...

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Physiological modelling
21 JAN

Speech in Noise workshop in Copenhagen

On January 8 and 9, the 7th Speech in Noise Workshop (SpiN) was held in Kosmopol Copenhagen, organized by the Hearing Systems group in cooperation with Gaston Hilkhuysen...

Information technology Computer calculations Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems
01 DEC

PhD degree successfully defended by Simon Krogholt Christiansen

On November 28th PhD student Simon Krogholt Christiansen successfully defended his PhD thesis The role of temporal coherence in auditory stream segregation

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Computer calculations
19 JANUARY 2019