Prof. Dr. ir. Emanuël Habets


International Audio Laboratories Erlangen
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Am Wolfsmantel 33
91058 Erlangen

Research Areas

  • Statistical signal processing
  • Acoustic vector-sensor array processing
  • Spatial audio and acoustic signal processing
  • Spatial audio recording and reproduction
  • Voice quality enhancement (dereverberation, noise reduction, echo reduction)
  • Acoustic scene analysis (reverberation time estimation, sound localization and tracking)
  • Artificial reverberation
  • Reverberation enhancement
  • Virtual and augmented reality

Current Events and News [Archive]

  • 07.2023 Congratulations to Daniele Mirabilii for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Wind Noise Analysis, Synthesis, and Reduction for Speech Enhancement Using Compact Microphone Arrays".
  • 05.2023 Congratulations to Wolfgang Mack for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Advances in Deep Learning-Based Speech Enhancement and Mask-Based Acoustic Parameter Estimation".
  • 03.2023 Dr. Albert Prinn will again offer Virtual Acoustics during the summer term 2023.
  • 02.2023 Congratulations to Marie Eckert for receiving the Fritz-und Maria-Hofmann-Preis for her M.Sc. Thesis "Compensation of Confounding Factors in Pupillometry in Virtual Reality for Cognitive Load Assessment".
  • 01.2023 Congratulations to Adrian Herzog for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Advances in Spatial Parameter Estimation and Signal Enhancement Using Higher-Order Ambisonics".
  • 01.2023 Congratulations to Matteo Torcoli for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Dialogue Enhancement and Personalization – Contributions to Quality Assessment and Control".
  • 08.2022 Congratulations to Dr.-Ing. Maja Taseska for receiving the 2022 EURASIP Best PhD Award.
  • 06.2022 Congratulations to Marie Eckert, Thomas Robotham and Olli Rummukainen for receiving the Best Paper Award at the ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA) 2022 for their paper "Pupillary Light Reflex Correction for Robust Pupillometry in Virtual Reality".