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Jonathan D. Ziegler is a PhD student at the Wilhelm Schickard Institute for Visual Computing at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen and is a research scientist at the Institute for Applied Artificial Intelligence at the Stuttgart Media University. He received his degree in Physics from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, has more than twelve years of experience as a musician and producer, and has run a recording studio for the last ten years. His main academic interests are deep learning for audio applications, acoustic source localization and real-time audio signal processing.

 

 

 

Publications (main author):

Ziegler, Jonathan D.; Koch, Andreas; Schilling, Andreas: Speech Classification for Acoustic Source Localization and Tracking Applications using Convolutional Neural Networks. IN: Audio Engineering Society Convention 145, 2018 - Preprint PDF

Ziegler, Jonathan D.; Rau, Mark; Schilling, Andreas; Koch, Andreas: Interpolation and Display of Microphone Directivity Measurements Using Higher Order Spherical Harmonics. IN: Audio Engineering Society Convention 143, 2017 - PDF

Ziegler, Jonathan D.; Paukert, Hendrik; Runow, Bernfried: Interactive Display of Microphone Polarity Patterns with Non-Fixed Frequency Point. IN: Audio Engineering Society Convention 142, 2017 - PDF

Publications (co-author):

Runow, Bernfried; Ziegler, Jonathan D.; Paukert, Hendrik; Koch, Andreas; Schilling, Andreas: The Fundamental Problem of the Spectral Subtraction. IN: 30. Tonmeistertagung VDT International Convention, 2018 PDF

Paukert, Hendrik; Ziegler, Jonathan D.; Koch, Andreas: Hoerversuche zur Entwicklung eines neuartigen Mehrkapsel-Mikrofons. IN: 30. Tonmeistertagung VDT International Convention, 2018 PDF

Paukert, Hendrik; Ziegler, Jonathan D.: Listening Tests in the Process of Microphone Development. IN: 29. Tonmeistertagung VDT International Convention, 2016 PDF

 

Lawo Project Companion Page

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Schoeps Project Companion Page

Acoustic Source Localization and Tracking

 

Teaching:

2017-2018: Electronics II