Lab

Institute of Sound and Vibration Engineering ISAVE

About the lab

Chaired by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Becker-Schweitzer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Kameier, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Leckschat and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Steffens, the Institute of Sound and Vibration Engineering ISAVE combines the interdisciplinary fields of aeroacoustics, vibroacoustics, sound design, audio engineering and musical acoustics. Focussing on a practical education of our students, we actively integrate students into our research activities in addition to classic lecturing courses.
Though being an Institute of the University of Applied Sciences Duesseldorf, the ISAVE possesses close links to the German as well as the international industry, regularly resulting in corporate research projects of high industrial impact.
https://isave.hs-duesseldorf.de/

Featured projects (3)

Project
The main objective of this research project is the development of a machine learning model to predict the subjective perceived annoyance of low level sound sources. This is done by performing surveys in the web, in the lab and in the field and evaluating the sound source’s time signal while focusing on situational and personality factors.
Project
The aim of the project is to provide an empirically based description of human evaluation strategies in complex acoustical environments with multiple sound sources.

Featured research (1)

In the first four parts of the series "Trading", the focus is on developing a statistical description for investing in securities. They therefore contain many mathematical formulas and derivations. In order to obtain experimental results over several years that can be easily compared with one another, the selection of stocks and their prices were "frozen" in a separate price database. This selection is determined by the stocks FEBRDUSA_1. By definition, these stocks were traded at the Frankfurt stock exchange and belonged to a German or US stock index. However, some of these stocks are no longer traded today. If stocks should be currently tradable, the question of a new stock selection arises. This is the motivation behind Part 5 of the series. Order execution for these stocks is not treated in Part 5. Rather, the focus is on the selection process and the resulting stock collections. Here, the questions raise up what is the influence of a stock collection on the quality of the market data and on statistical results for trading these stocks.

Lab head

Jörg Becker-Schweitzer
Department
  • Department of Media

Members (13)

Jochen Steffens
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Frank Kameier
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Peter Vogel
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Till Biedermann
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Sabrina Skoda
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Dieter Leckschat
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Nils Hintzen
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Siegbert Versümer
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Bettina Reichardt-Schwalbach
Bettina Reichardt-Schwalbach
  • Not confirmed yet

Alumni (7)

Michael Oehler
  • Universität Osnabrück
Robert Heinze
Robert Heinze
Gi-Don Na
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf
Pasquale Czeckay
Pasquale Czeckay