Martin J. Lindenbeck

Martin J. Lindenbeck
Austrian Academy of Sciences | ÖAW · Acoustics Research Institute

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MSc (Dipl.-Ing.)

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Introduction
I work at the Acoustics Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and conduct research in psychological acoustics, focusing on selective hearing with cochlear implants. I am a PhD student (Natural Sciences) at the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Vienna.
Research Experience
May 2020 - present
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Project: Towards Improving Selective Hearing in Cochlear-Implant Listeners (Funding: DOC Fellowship, Austrian Academy of Sciences, PI)
November 2019 - April 2020
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Position
  • Educational Leave
October 2018 - October 2019
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Project: Contributions of amplitude modulation and inserted short inter-pulse intervals to temporal pitch in cochlear-implant listeners (Funding: Acoustics Research Institute)
Education
October 2018 - April 2022
University of Vienna
Field of study
  • Psychology (Natural Sciences)
October 2016 - June 2018
Graz University of Technology
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering
October 2012 - June 2016
Graz University of Technology
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering

Publications

Publications (4)
Article
Listeners with cochlear implants (CIs) typically show poor sensitivity to the temporal-envelope pitch of high-rate pulse trains. Sensitivity to interaural time differences improves when adding pulses with short inter-pulse intervals (SIPIs) to high-rate pulse trains. In the current study, monaural temporal-pitch sensitivity with SIPI pulses was inv...
Article
Sensitivity of bilateral cochlear-implant (CI) listeners to interaural time differences (ITDs) in electric pulse trains is degraded compared to normal-hearing (NH) listeners presented with ITDs in pure tones. This degradation manifests both as an elevated ITD threshold and upper perceptual limit of stimulation rates. Similar limitations were observ...
Conference Paper
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Cochlear-implant (CI) listeners face degraded selective hearing because they lack sensitivity to both interaural time difference (ITD) and pitch cues. One major reason is the replacement of the acoustic temporal fine structure by periodic high-rate pulse trains to avoid electric-field interactions. A second major reason is a perceptual limitation o...
Presentation
Pitch cues are important for understanding speech, listening to music, and segregating sound sources in challenging acoustic environments. The most salient pitch cues in normal hearing arise in the temporal fine structure of acoustic signals. Envelope (ENV)-based stimulation strategies for cochlear-implants (CIs) use high carrier pulse rates to tra...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
Study the effects of inserted pulses with short inter-pulse intervals in amplitude-modulated high-rate pulse trains on temporal pitch in cochlear-implant listeners.