The annual symposium brings together staff from various disciplines to discuss the future of hearing.
On 4 and 5 November, the international Hearing4all Symposium will take place as a hybrid event – on site at the Weser-Ems-Hallen in Oldenburg and online via a video conference system.
An exciting international conference is coming up! For the second time, the Joint Conference on Binaural And Spatial Hearing (BASH) will take place.
A new Discover video is online. In the interview, Dr Jörg-Hendrik Bach presents his work at the Translational Research Center.
HörTech und Hörzentrum Oldenburg gGmbH and the Cluster of Excellence Hearing4all will present current research results and user-oriented applications for hearing acoustics and the hearing aid industry at the 65th International Hearing Aid Congress from 15 to 17 September in Hanover.
Measurement methods for assessing hearing ability – Prof. Dr. Inga Holube as a guest on the podcast “Hirn gehört: Oldenburger Wissensschnack” (Brain heard: Oldenburg knowledge snack)
The summer school, organised by the PhD students themselves, is the annual highlight among the JRA activities and offers Hearing4all’s young researchers a platform for networking and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Organised by the PhD candidates themselves, the summer school is the annual highlight among the JRA activities.
Precision medicine in action – The Cluster of Excellence partner MHH receives support from a robot in the operating theatre.
We are pleased about the award for our young scientist for the great lecture at the EFAS conference.
The meeting ”Hearing and Linguistics” (13./14. May 2022) aims at strengthening and expanding linguistic research in the field of hearing by bringing together researchers who work in this area.
A new Discover video is online. In the interview, Dr Hendrik Kayser presents his current research work that will make hearing systems smarter.
This study is about the extent to which early fitting of a hearing aid could have positive effects on well-being, memory and also the brain.
We are pleased to announce the new textbook by Prof. Dr. Kral et al. on “Prosthetics for the Brain”, published in April 2021.
Speech recognition as a research object – Prof. Dr. Bernd T. Meyer as a guest on the podcast “Hirn gehört: Oldenburger Wissensschnack” (Brain heard: Oldenburg knowledge snack)
Experience the virtual hearing clinic at Hannover Messe 2021!
Digital information event on Hearing Day! Experts from the Hanover Medical School answer questions about hearing.
2021 the Winterplenary will be realised as an online conference.
A new Discover video is online. In the interview, Dr Mareike Buhl presents her doctoral thesis and her current research activities.
A new Discover video is online. In the interview, Dr Sarah Blum presents her current research activities.