Current projects

Acoustic measurement robot

Automated room acoustic measurements


Audiovisual telepresence


Co-presence of remote persons

Historical sounds

Knowledge transfer in an audiovisual VR environment


iso-perceptive areas in audio-AR


Multiparty Augmented Reality Telepresence System


The department is a member of the network "Productive Teaming" together with the TU Chemnitz and Otto-Von-Guericke University Magdeburg on the topic of

Productive Teaming - Human-centered future of production


Projects of the last five years (completed)

AVspace - Audiovisual augmentation of space walks

Duration: 2022 to 2023

Project funding: European Space Agency ESA

Digital Astronaut:in - Extravehicular activity in space in VR

Duration: 2023

Project funding: Science Year 2023, Science in Dialogue

TheraTin - Therapy and diagnosis of tinitus

Duration: 2021 to 2023

Project funding: State of Thuringia to promote research, technology and innovation within the framework of REACT-EU as part of the European Union's response to the COVID-19 pandemic

CharakU - Characterization of the acoustics of rooms Duration: 2020 to 2022 Project funding: ProDigital Initiative of the State of Thuringia

RAVes - acoustic and perceptive measurement and evaluation of the variance of room acoustics in a room Duration: 2021 to 2022 Project funding: Contract research Huawei

ACMus - machine learning for musicology, the management of digital music archives and the search for music information Duration: 2019 to 2021 Project funding: DFG

HöWaVR - Contribution of listener translation to the perception of virtual auditory environments Duration: 2017 to 2021 Project funding: DFG

KISH - AI-based selective hearing for headphones Duration: 2019 Project funding: Phase 1 in BMWi "Innovation Competition AI"

MuSyRe - Multimedia system for the rehabilitation of hearing disorders Duration: 2016 to 2019 Project funding: Infrastructure funding Thuringia

Hearing implants - Innovative methods and technologies for spatial hearing and speech comprehension with hearing implants Duration: 2016 to 2018 Project funding: Thuringia state funding (research group)