We gratefully acknowledge the support of National Institute of Deafness
and Other Communication Disorders - National
Institutes of Health (NIH).
- P. Loizou, Principal Investigator," User customization
and optimization of cochlear implants," $2.5M, Sept. 2010-Sept 2015 (in
collaboration with Arizona State
University and Univ. of
- P. Loizou, Principal Investigator, "Speech enhancement in
adverse environments," $390K, US Air Force, Sept 2010-Sept 2012.
Co-Investigator (PI: Kostas Kokkinakis), "Blind processing for better speech
recognition with cochlear implant devices,", Grant No. R03 DC008882, 6/01/2009 -
6/01/2012, National Institutes of Health, $225,000.
(see UTD News Release)
P. Loizou, Principal Investigator, "Optimizing speech coding strategies for
noise and music," Grant No. R01 DC07527, Apr 2005 - Apr 2010, National
Institutes of Health., $1.5M, (see
UTD News Release)
Principal Investigator, “Open-source research interface for cochlear implants,“
National Institutes of Health, $1.3M, April 2006-April 2009.
Co-Investigator (PI: Yi Hu), "Development of noise
reduction algorithms for cochlear implants", Grant No. R03 DC008887, 12/03/2007
National Institutes of Health, $225,000.