Axel Plinge received a diploma degree with distinction in computer science with a minor in philosophy from TU Dortmund University, Germany. He worked in different areas of psychophysical research from hearing to color vision and depth perception at the Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors at the university for over a decade. In two European research projects he developed speech enhancement and replacement for persons with severely sensory impaired hearing. He is co-inventor of four inventions in speech technology for persons with impaired hearing. His research interests include the pragmatic integration of psychophysical research in practical solutions, assistive technology, the modelling of the sensory processing in the human brain and the philosophy of science.
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List of publications
Pattern Recognition in Embedded Systems