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Dr. Fabian Brinkmann

Lupe [1]


Room EN 150/151
Phone: +49 30 314 70 336
Mail: fabian.brinkmann AT tu-berlin.de

Consultation hours: appointment via mail

Teaching Activities

Virtual Acoustics:  Project tutorial on system identification, binaural technology, and room simulation (Since 2012)

Virtual Acoustics: Lecture (2021)

Introduction to Digital Signal Processing: Tutorial (2021)

Audio technique II: Tutorial in digital audio technique (2009-2011)

Loudspeaker lab: Measurement and signal processing for loudspeakers (2010-2015)

The Appassionata projects: Performance analysis of music recordings (Since 2010)

Open Data/Software Publications

pyfar - python packages for acoustics research [2]

A frame work of python packages for acoustic signal acquisition, processing, analysis.

FABIAN HRTF data base [3]

A compilation of acoustically measured and numerically simulated head-related transfer functions, headphone transfer functions, and 3D-head-and-torso meshes of the head and torso simulator FABIAN

HUTUBS HRTF data base [4]

A compilation of acoustically measured and numerically simulated head-related transfer functions, headphone transfer functions, and 3D-head-and-torso meshes of 96 subjects.

Mesh2HRTF [5]

A software for numerical calculation of head-related transfer functions

HRTF-Mesh-Grading [6]

A software for preparing 3D head and torso meshes for efficient numerical simulations,e.g., using Mesh2HRTF


3D printable in-ear microphones for binaural measurements.

AKtools [8]

An open software toolbox for signal acquisition, processing, and inspection in acoustics

WhisPER [9]

An open source software for conduction listening test

Musical Instruments [10]

A data base with recordings, directivities, and features of classical musical instruments


Search publications [11]

A benchmark for room acoustical simulation. Concept and database
Zitatschlüssel Brinkmann2021
Autor Brinkmann, Fabian and Aspöck, Lukas and Ackermann, David and Opdam, Rob and Vorländer, Michael and Weinzierl, Stefan
Seiten 107867
Jahr 2021
DOI 10.1016/j.apacoust.2020.107867
Journal Applied Acoustics
Jahrgang 176
Monat may
Zusammenfassung Room acoustical simulations are usually evaluated by comparing them to measurements in corresponding physical environments as a benchmark. However, it proved to be challenging to provide a precise representation of the room geometry, the source and receiver characteristics, and the absorption and scattering coefficients to be re-modeled in the simulation. We aim to overcome these shortcomings by providing a database that can serve as a Benchmark for Room Acoustical Simulations (BRAS) and which is expandable and permanently available to researchers and developers of simulation software. The database includes a selection of reference scenes such as ``single reflection'', or ``diffraction around an infinite wedge'' which isolate specific acoustic phenomena. This article introduces the concept of the BRAS along with the description of the currently contained acoustic scenes and discusses the implication of measurement errors. The acquisition of impulse responses for omnidirectional and binaural receivers, the identification of the boundary conditions, and the data structure is detailed in the database itself. The BRAS is publicly available11https://dx.doi.org/10.14279/depositonce-6726.3.. The free license under which it is provided allows for future extensions such as additional scenes or improved data due to advanced measurement techniques.
Link zur Publikation [12] Download Bibtex Eintrag [13]
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