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Torsten Dau

Torsten Dau

Head of Sections, Professor

Department of Health Technology

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 352, room 120

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +4545 88 05 77
E-mail tdau@dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0001-8110-4343

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2018
07 SEP

PhD degree successfully defended by Andreu Paredes Gallardo

On August 31,  Andreu Paredes Gallardo successfully defended his PhD thesis  “ Behavioral and objective measures of auditory stream segregation in cochlear implant users ".

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Artificial organs Health and diseases Physiological modelling
2017
10 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Gerard Encina-Llamas

On November 7, Gerard Encina-Llamas successfully defended defend his PhD thesis "Characterizing cochlear hearing impairment using advanced electrophysiological methods".

Electrotechnology Sound Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Artificial organs
03 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

Friday, October 27 th , Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for the annual Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in the research group. The event, which took place at the laboratory building, attracted approximately 80 guests during the afternoon.

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Artificial organs Health and diseases Computer calculations Information technology
2016
Poster session
11 NOV

Hearing Systems Presentation Day

Friday, November 4 th , Hearing Systems invited collaboration partners, colleagues and alumni for this year’s Presentation Day to give an overview of the activities in the research group. This year the presentation took place at a new location, the new laboratory building. This turned out to be a success.

Electrotechnology Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Artificial organs Health and diseases Computer calculations Information technology