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2018
18 JUN

DR2 Dagen - Interview

DR2 Dagen Interviews Finn Agerkvist regarding the Monica Project and the recent tests   on Refshaleøen.

Electrotechnology Sound Electronics
30 MAY

Noise from open-air concerts can be reduced

DTU researchers have just proved that lab tests to dampen sound from a music venue to prevent nuisance for the neighbours also work in the open air.

Electrotechnology Sound
23 MAR

Visiting Professor from Aalto University

Currently, Ville Pulkki, Associate Professor from the Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics at Aalto University, Helsinki, is a Visiting Professor at Hearing...

Electrotechnology Sound
13 MAR

“We get new and better ideas”

Eriksholm Research Centre depends on the universities’ research, where talented researchers and their research activities are not hitched to a product development carriage...

Sound
16 JAN

New knowledge to help people with hidden hearing loss

Exposure to loud noise in the environment is causing nerve damage in the ears of ever more people. New research will enable diagnosing and treating such hearing loss in...

Electrotechnology Sound Hearing aids Health and diseases
2017
21 NOV

New tool improves acoustics and the working environment

An acoustic simulation tool is making it easier to calculate and work with acoustics in small rooms such as classrooms and offices.

Sound Work environment Innovation and product development
09 NOV

New cooperation on acoustics between DTU and KAIST

DTU and KAIST have joined forces to study the practical application of metamaterials, for example for soundproofing and noise control.

Materials Sound
19 SEP

New knowledge paves way for better hearing aids

Hearing aids amplify sounds in our surroundings. New research makes it possible to distinguish between wanted sounds, e.g. a voice, and unwanted noise.

Sound Hearing aids
19 SEP

Improved compensation strategy for hearing aids

Hearing aids amplify all the sounds around us – even the ones we don’t want to listen to. New research makes it possible for hearing aids to distinguish between direct...

Sound Hearing aids