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Person

Lukas Vollmer

M.Sc.
Chair for Hearing Technology and Acoustics

Research Assistant

Address

Building: Bernhardt Walke Haus

Room: 010

Kopernikusstrasse 5

52074

Contact

WorkPhone
Phone: +49 241 80-97916
Fax Fax: +49 241 80-92214
 

Area of Research

Audio-visual Interaction

Auditory Scene Analysis

Binaural Technology

Psychoacoustics

 

Publications

Titel Author(s)
The Auditory Mismatch Negativity as an EEG-derived Measure of Predictive Coding
Erschienen in: [Fortschritte der Akustik - DAGA 2023, DAGA 2023, Hamburg] (2023)
Vollmer, Lukas Jonathan (Corresponding author)
Balla, Elisabeta
Kampa, Björn M.
Fels, Janina
Stimulus Onset Asynchronies and Audiovisual Serial Recall Performance
Erschienen in: DAGA 2022 : 48. Jahrestagung für Akustik : 21. - 24. März 2022, Stuttgart und Online : Tagungsband (2022)
Vollmer, Lukas Jonathan (Corresponding author)
Burger, Julian
Ermert, Cosima Antonia
Fels, Janina
An Assessment of Spatial Fidelity of Higher-Order Ambisonics Reproduction Using the SCaLAr System
Erschienen in: Tagungsband, DAGA 2021 : 47. Jahrestagung für Akustik : 15.-18. August 2021, Wien und Online (2021)
Deutsch, Thomas
Vollmer, Lukas Jonathan
Fels, Janina
The Ventriloquist Illusion in Audiovisual Virtual Reality
Erschienen in: Tagungsband, DAGA 2021 : 47. Jahrestagung für Akustik : 15.-18. August 2021, Wien und Online (2021)
Vollmer, Lukas Jonathan
Fels, Janina
Comparison of Error Metrics in Loudspeaker-Based Reproduction Systems
Erschienen in: [DAGA 2020 - 46. Jahrestagung für Akustik, DAGA2020, 2020-03-16 - 2020-03-19, Hannover, Germany] (2020)
Pausch, Florian
Vollmer, Lukas Jonathan
Kohnen, Michael
Fels, Janina
 

Final Theses

Titel Area of Research
Modulating Serial Recall Performance By Audiovisual Target Discrepancies
finished
Audio-visual Interaction
Performance of short-term memory under the influence of (a)synchronous audiovisual speech stimuli
finished
Spatially Dynamic Irrelevant Noise in a Navigation Task
ongoing
Auditory Scene Analysis
The Effect of Implicit Pitch-to-digit Associations on Performance in a Verbal Serial Recall Task
finished