[27.04.2023] Tahmine Farahmandi defended her PhD work today, which focused on bone conduction hearing. We are happy to announce that she successfully passed the defense!
[28.03.2023] Nuwan Liyanage successfully defended his PhD thesis! His work contributed to the development of a fully implantable cochlear implant, and in addition, he studied the effect of cochlear implants on tinnitus relief.
[25.11.2022] We are happy to announce that our SNF grant application "Computing human head elastic waves for bone-anchored hearing aids (CHEWBACHA) - Finite element modeling based on micro-macro validation measurements", in collaboration with our partners from EMPA, has been approved. We are looking forward to starting this exciting new project in March 2023.
[08.09.2022] From November onwards Marlies Geys will join our group as a PhD student working on the InnoSuisse CHECK project. Marlies received her MSc. degree in Audiology from the University of Leuven and after that, she worked as a clinical audiologist in our hospital for two years. We are happy to have her on our team!
[30.08.2022] Prof. Dr. Christof Roösli received a grant for the project 'Intensiv-Rehabilitation nach Cochlea-Implantation' from the USZ Innovationspool, to enable intensive rehabilitation of cochlear implant recipients within the clinic.