post-doctoral researcher will join the project ‘ALFi: Assessment of listening fatigue in daily life’, which aims to develop methods to predict the additional cognitive effort that hearing-aid users typically need to exert, compared
to normal-hearing peers, when listening in noisy environments in everyday life. This project will employ a hybrid experimental approach combining laboratory tests with longitudinal field trials spanning several weeks. More specifically, the aim is to design
and carry out experiments to study fatigue in hearing-aid users by applying methods such as pupillometry and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS).
The candidate’s main working places will be at DTU Hearing Systems (Lyngby, Denmark) and Oticon Eriksholm Research Centre (Snekkersten, Denmark). The project will be performed in collaboration
with the University of Copenhagen.
The application deadline is 1 June 2023. Applicants are required to have a Ph.D in hearing science, auditory or cognitive
neuroscience, experimental psychology, audiology, biomedical engineering, or a similarly relevant discipline
prior experience with pupillometry and/or fNIRS.
For more information about the position and the application procedure please follow this link:
Postdoc in Listening-related Fatigue in Hearing-Aid Users
Eriksholm Research Centre
Affiliated associate Professor
Technical University of Denmark