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2013: PhD candidate at the Huawei Technologies, Munich Research
centre, Munich, Germany.
Topic: Individualization of Head-Related transfer function.
- Since 2013: Visiting PhD candidate at the Audio Communication Group in TU-Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
- 2010-2013: Master of Science in Signal Processing , Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden.
- 2004-2008: Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and communication engineering, Easwari Engineering College, Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Individualization of head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) provides an approach to improve the quality of binaural synthesis, e.g. by maintaining the accuracy of localization comparable to the corresponding real sound fields. HRTFs depend on physical features such as the individual's torso, head, outer ear (pinna) and these anthropometrics are idiosyncratic features. So definitely commonly measured HRTFs cannot be used for everyone, which leads to poor quality of 3D audio experience for the users. Here the goal of the project is to individualize the HRTFs by finding the important features which influence the HRTFs.
Manoj Dinakaran and Fabian Brinkmann and Stine Harder and Robert Pelzer and Peter Grosche and Rasmus R. Paulsen and Stefan Weinzierl: "Perceptually motivated analysis of numerically simulated head-related transfer functions generated by various 3D surface scanning systems " IEEE Int. Conf. Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Canada (2018).
Manoj Dinakaran and Peter Grosche and Fabian Brinkmann and Stefan Weinzierl: "Extraction of anthropometric measures from 3D-meshes for the individualization of head-related transfer functions " 140th AES Convention, Convention Paper 9579, Paris, France (2016).