Research talent wins pitch battle at Danish Sound Day

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Congratulations to Rasmus Malik Thaarup Høegh, industrial PhD student at DTU Health Tech/Compute/Widex who won this years’ pitch battle on Danish Sound Day 2021 November 17 with his excellent presentation on his PhD project on probabilistic deep learning for hearing aid speech separation.
With the award comes
a travel grant worth 8.000 DKK for scientific, research or educational purposes.

This year’s prize have been sponsored by Jabra and EPOS.
Cheol-Ho Jeong, DTU Electrical Engineering, Søren Kamaric Riis, Oticon Medical and Jesper Bünsow Boldt, GN Group.

Read more about the motivation behind the winning application here


1) Director of Danish Sound Cluster Torben Vilsgaard presents the award to Rasmus. Photo Birger Schneider.
2) Rasmus impressed the jury with his presentation of his project
probabilistic deep learning for hearing aid speech separation. Photo Frej Rosenstjerne
3) Jesper Bünsow Boldt, Senior Research Manager, GN group from the jury, Rasmus Malik Thaarup Høegh and Director of Danish Sound Cluster Torben Vilsgaard. Photo Frej Rosenstjerne.

4) Rasmus with his award.
Photo Birger Schneider.

Young researchers based in Danish universities are annually invited to join the Danish Research Talent Pitch Battle at Danish Sound Day to present their research to leading industry representatives, investors, researchers and organisations from the Danish Sound ecosystem.