Hannover Researchers

Thilo Rode

trode Research and development engineer at HörSys, Hannover, Germany, with a Dipl.-Ing. in electronic engineering from Hamburg Univeristity of Applied Sciences. After studying sound coding mechanisms of the inferior colliculus while at Hannover Medical School, I am now developing and implementing coding strategies for cochlear implants and auditory midbrain implants.
rode.thilo@hzh-gmbh.de

 

Karl-Heinz Dyballa

kdyballa Graduated in 2008 with a Diploma in Medical Informatics from the University of Heidelberg, Germany. I am currently working at Hannover Medical School Germany as a part of the NIH funded project for auditory midbrain implant clinical trial. My research will investigate the perception of electrical signal sequences of auditory midbrain implant users in order to develop new speech coding strategies.
Dyballa.Karl-Heinz@mh-hannover.de

 

Ursula Schlanstedt-Jahn

filler schlanstedt-jahn.ursula@mh-hannover.de

 

Markus Pietsch

filler pietsch.markus@mh-hannover.de