Wednesday, Sept. 7

9:00 – 10:00 Keynote 2
Plenary Hall Chair: Tim Fingscheidt
Pushing the Limits of Speech Enhancement Technology
Shoko Araki
NTT Communication Science Laboratories
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
Poster Area  
10:30 – 12:30
Lecture Session: Bester Paper Award Contest
Poster Area
Chairs: Peter Jax and Rainer Martin
L-01 Bilateral-Ambisonic Reproduction by Soundfield Translation
Lachlan Birnie1, Zamir Ben-Hur2, Vladimir Tourbabin2, Thushara Abhayapala1, and Prasanga Samarasinghe1
1Australian National University, Australia
2Reality Labs Research at Meta, USA
L-02 Head-Related Transfer Function Interpolation from Spatially Sparse Measurements Using Autoencoder with Source Position Conditioning
Yuki Ito, Tomohiko Nakamura, Shoichi Koyama, and Hiroshi Saruwatari
University of Tokyo, Japan
L-03 Occlusion Effect Reduction Using a Vibration Sensor
Christoph Weyer and Peter Jax
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
L-04 AmbiSep: Ambisonic-to-Ambisonic Reverberant Speech Separation Using Transformer Networks
Adrian Herzog, Srikanth Chetupalli, and Emanuël A. P. Habets
International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
L-05 Distributed Cross-Relation-Based Frequency-Domain Blind System Identification using Online-ADMM
Matthias Blochberger1, Filip Elvander1, Randall Ali1, Marc Moonen1, Jan Østergaard2, Jesper Jensen2, and Toon van Waterschoot1
1KU Leuven, Belgium
2Aalborg University, Denmark
L-06 Monaural Source Separation: From Anechoic to Reverberant Environments
Tobias Cord-Landwehr1, Christoph Böddeker1, Thilo von Neumann1, Catalin Zorila2, Rama Doddipatla2, and Reinhold Häb-Umbach1
1Paderborn University, Germany
2Toshiba Cambridge Research Laboratory, UK
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break
Lunch Room
14:00 – 16:00
Poster Session D
Poster Area Chair: Timo Gerkmann
D-01 Does a PESQNet (Loss) Require a Clean Reference Input? The Original PESQ Does, But ACR Listening Tests Don’t
Ziyi Xu, Maximilian Strake, and Tim Fingscheidt
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
D-02 Machine Learning for Parameter Estimation in the MBSTOI Binaural Intelligibility Metric
Pierre Guiraud, Alastair H. Moore, Rebecca R. Vos, Patrick A. Naylor, and Mike Brookes
Imperial College London, UK
D-03 The SEBASS-DB: A Consolidated Public Data Base of Listening Test Results for Perceptual Evaluation of BSS Quality Measures
Thorsten Kastner and Jürgen Herre
International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
D-04 Explainable Acoustic Scene Classification: Making Decisions Audible
Hasan Nazim Bicer1, Philipp Goetz1, Cagdas Tuna2, and Emanuël A. P. Habets1
1International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
2Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS Erlangen, Germany
D-05 Dictionary-Based Fusion of Contact and Acoustic Microphones for Wind Noise Reduction
Marvin Tammen1, Xilin Li2, Simon Doclo1, and Lalin Theverapperuma2
1University of Oldenburg, Germany
2Reality Labs Research at Meta, USA
D-06 Coherence-based Frequency Subset Selection for Binaural RTF-Vector-based Direction of Arrival Estimation for Multiple Speakers
Daniel Fejgin and Simon Doclo
University of Oldenburg, Germany
D-07 BonsApps Keyword Spotting Challenge: Environment Aware Universal Keyword Encoder for Low Foot Print Devices
Moammed Hafsati and Kamil Bentounes
Tuito, France
D-08 A Linear MMSE Filter using Delayed Remote Microphone Signals for Speech Enhancement in Hearing Aid Applications
Vasudha Sathyapriyan1,2, Michael S. Pedersen2, Jan Østergaard1, Mike Brookes3, Patrick A. Naylor3, and Jesper Jensen1,2
1Aalborg University, Denmark
2Demant A/S, Denmark

3Imperial College London, UK
D-09 Polynomial Multiple Variance Impulse Response Measurement
Riccardo Forti1, Alberto Carini1, and Simone Orcioni2
1University of Trieste, Italy
2Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
D-10 Robust Feedback Active Noise Control in Headphones Based on a Data-Driven Uncertainty Model
Florian Hilgemann and Peter Jax
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
D-11 A Deep Learning-based Pressure Matching Approach to Soundfield Synthesis
Luca Comanducci, Fabio Antonacci, and Augusto Sarti
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
D-12 An EEG-based Study of Auditory Sensitivity in Spatial Hearing
Yihan Wang, Zhixing Liu, and Fei Chen
Southern University of Science and Technology, China
D-13 Comparison of Position Estimation Methods for the Rotating Equatorial Microphone
Jeremy Lawrence1, Jens Ahrens2, and Nils Peters1
1International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
2Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
D-14 DNN-Free Low-Latency Adaptive Speech Enhancement Based on Frame-Online Beamforming Powered by Block-Online FastMNMF
Aditya Arie Nugraha1, Kouhei Sekiguchi1, Mathieu Fontaine2, Yoshiaki Bando3, and Kazuyoshi Yoshii4
1RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project, Japan
2Télécom Paris, France
3National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
4Kyoto University, Japan
14:00 – 16:00  Demonstrations A
  Chair: Henning Puder
Room K3
3PASS – Realistic Testing Matters
Natalia Manrique, Jan Reimes, and Christian Schüring
HEAD acoustics, Germany
Room K8
Demonstration of Spatial Spectro-Temporal Filtering with a Prototype Eyeglass-Integrated Array and the openMHA Real-Time Audio Signal Processing Platform
Marcos A. Cantu and Volker Hohmann
University of Oldenburg, Germany
Hotel Entrance

In-Car Communication and Karaoke System in Passenger Van
Markus Buck, Tim Haulick, and Tobias Wolf
Cerence, Germany
16:00-16:10 Group Photo
Hotel Lobby  
16:10-18:00 Guided City Tours