Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Thüne
Philipp Thüne was born in Herne, Germany. He studied mechanical engineering from 2005 to 2006 and electrical engineering from 2006 to 2011, both at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. During his studies he was a student research assistant at the Institute of Communication Acoustics (IKA), and interned at Atlas Elektronik, Bremen, where he worked on sonar signal processing.
In September 2011 Philipp Thüne graduated in electrical engineering and information technology obtaining the Dipl.-Ing. degree with a thesis on robust speech recognition in reverberant environments. In November 2011 he joined the IKA as a research associate. His research focuses on multichannel adaptive signal processing, including applications in audio reproduction and acoustic echo cancellation.
Übung Grundlagen der Informationstechnik I (WS 2012/13)
Übung Grundlagen der Informationstechnik II (SS 2012, SS 2013)
Bachelor-Grundlagenpraktikum (WS 2011/12)
Thüne, P., Enzner, G. (2013). "Trends in Adaptive MISO System Identification for Multichannel Audio Reproduction and Speech Communication", International Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis (ISPA), Trieste, Italy, 2013.
Thüne, P., Enzner, G. (2013). "Improved Online Identification of Acoustic MISO Systems Based on Separated Input Signal Components", IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Vancouver, Canada, 2013.
Schmid, D., Thüne, P., Kolossa, D., Enzner, G. (2012). "Dereverberation Preprocessing and Training Data Adjustments for Robust Speech Recognition in Reverberant Environments", ITG Conference on Speech Communication, Braunschweig, Germany, 2012.
Thüne, P., Enzner, G. (2012). "Assessment of Multichannel Acoustic System Identification Using a Spectral-Importance Weighted Misalignment", International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement (IWAENC), Aachen, Germany, 2012.
Schmid, D., Thüne, P., Enzner, G. (2010). "A Real-Time Speech Dereverberation Environment Based on Multichannel Parametric Room Equalization", ITG Conference on Speech Communication, Bochum, Germany, 2010.