In 2006, I became a post-doctoral researcher with Dr. Bernhard Laback in Vienna, Austria. I worked on sound localization problems in cochlear implant users. I also worked on understanding German for non-native speakers.
In 2009, I moved to Madison, WI to work with Dr. Ruth Litovsky on more binaural hearing in cochlear-implant users. In particular, I am studying incoherence detection and binaural masking-level differences in cochlear-implant users.
My additional interests include: teaching physics and acoustics, understanding the three-dimensional differential calculus of flying discs, and mechanics of soils and herbaceous organisms.
Waisman Center, Room 565
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705