MSc J. Amini

PhD student
Circuits and Systems (CAS), Department of Microelectronics

Expertise: Acoustic signal processing

Themes: Audio and acoustic signal processing

Biography

Jamal Amini is a PhD student at CAS, working on the STW project "Spatially Correct Multi-Microphone Noise Reduction Strategies suitable for Hearing Aids". This project focuses on developing strategies for reducing the complexity/battery requirement of binaural noise reduction algorithms, without sacrificing noise reduction performance.

Spatially Correct Multi-Microphone Noise Reduction Strategies suitable for Hearing Aids

multichannel signal processing algorithms to help hearing aid users

  1. Asymmetric Coding for Rate-Constrained Noise Reduction in Binaural Hearing Aids
    Jamal Amini; Richard C. Hendriks; Richard Heusdens; Meng Guo; Jesper Jensen;
    IEEE/ACM Trans. on Audio, Speech and Language Processing,
    Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 154-167, 2019. DOI: 10.1109/TASLP.2018.2876172
    document

  2. Operational Rate-Constrained Beamforming in Binaural Hearing Aids
    J. Amini; R.C. Hendriks; R. Heusdens; Meng Guo; J. Jensen;
    In 25th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2018),
    2018.

  3. Operational Rate-Constrained Noise Reduction for Generalized Binaural Hearing Aid Setups
    J. Amini; R.C. Hendriks; R. Heusdens; Meng Guo; Jesper Jensen;
    In 2018 Symposium on Information Theory and Signal Processing in the Benelux,
    University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, May 2018.

  4. Binaural beamformer filtering unit, a hearing system and a hearing device
    Jesper Jensen; Meng Guo; Richard Heusdens; Richard Hendriks; Jamal Amini;
    Patent, US, EP EP 3306956A1, US 20180098, 2018. Assignee: Oticon AS.
    document

  5. On the Impact of Quantization on Binaural MVDR Beamforming
    J. Amini; R. C. Hendriks; R. Heusdens; Meng Guo; Jesper Jensen;
    In Proc. 12th ITG Symposium on Speech Communication,
    2016.
    document

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Last updated: 31 Jan 2017