Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Krause
Thomas Krause left the Institut für Informationsverabeitung.
Publications and research activities from the time after the departure are not listed here.

Thomas Krause studied electrical engineering with an emphasis on communications engineering at the Leibniz Universität Hannover and received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in 2013. Since his graduation, Thomas Krause is working as a research assistant at the Institut für Informationsverarbeitung.


Research Interests

  • Audio pattern recognition
  • Audio source localization
  • Digital signal processing
  • Structural health monitoring
Other activities

Supervised theses

  • Blind Dereverberation of Audio Signals - Jonas Althoff (finalized November 2018)
  • Simulation von Raumimpulsantworten in Rotorblättern von Windenergieanlagen / Simulation of Room Impulse Responses in Wind Turbine Rotor Blades - Sönke Südbeck (finalized November 2018)
  • Urban Sound Classification with Neural Networks - Simon Reuß (finalized April 2018)
  • Synthetische Generierung impulsartiger Geräusche für die Datenbasiserweiterung von Detektionsalgorithmen / Synthesis of Impulse-like Sounds for Expanding Data Bases of Detection Algorithms - Christian Busse (In cooperation with Jade Hochschule) (finalized February 2018)
  • Acoustic Source Localization Based on Time Difference of Arrival - Nils Nommensen (finalized October 2017)
  • Systemtheoretische Modellierung einer Körperschall-Übertragungsstrecke / System-Theoretical Modeling of a Structural Sound Signal Path - Reemt Hinrichs (finalized May 2017)
  • Untersuchung verschiedener Audiomerkmale für die Detektion von Umgebungsgeräuschen / Analysis of Different Audio-Features for Detection of Enviromental Sounds - Lorenz Flemig (finalized May 2017)
  • Time Difference of Arrival Estimation for Acoustic Source Localization - Kai Wei (finalized October 2016)

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