Joshua S. Stohl, Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Research Interests: Signal processing and psychophysics for cochlear implants
Our primary research goal is the remediation of hearing loss with an emphasis on speech processor algorithm development for cochlear implants. One area of our research includes manipulating patterns of electrical stimulation with the goal of improving speech recognition in noise and music perception for CI users. The second primary area of our research is focused on understanding the effects of electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve on the auditory cortex, with the goal of using that information to influence the design of future generations of cochlear implants and CI speech processing strategies.
- Office Hours:
- 9:00 am - 5:30 pm