- Undergraduate School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering / Department of Information and Telecommunication Engineering
- Graduate School of Science and Technology / Course of Science and Technology
- Graduate School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering / Course of Information and Telecommunication Engineering
- Informatics Perceptual information processing
- Life sciences Rehabilitation science
- Informatics Intelligent robotics
- Informatics Human interfaces and interactions
- Acoustical Society of Japan Board member, Technical Committee of Psychologicaland Physiological Acoustics
- Acoustical Society of Japan Associate editor
- Acoustical Society of Japan Board member, Students and Young Researchers Forum
Comparative measurement of headphones using new test signals and side tones while voicing
Applying Lombard speech improves speech intelligibility of outdoor public address systems under aircraft noise
The importance of intelligible speech in public spaces
Effects of urgent speech and congruent/incongruent text on speech intelligibility for older adults in the presence of noise and reverberation
Perception of Japanese length contrasts with reverberation by native and nonnative listeners
Improving intelligibility of speech spoken under reverberant environment conditions: Effect of reverberation frequency characteristics on speech intelligibility
Effects of classical, film and video game music on creativity
Reverberation-induced speech improves intelligibility in reverberation: Effects of taker gender and speaking rate
- Effects of urgent speech and congruent/incongruent text on speech intelligibility in noise and reverberation
- Reverberation-induced speech improves intelligibility in reverberation: Effects of taker gender and speaking rate
- Effects of classical, film and video game music on creativity
- Improving intelligibility of speech spoken under reverberant environment conditions: effect of reverberation frequency characteristics on speech intelligibility
- Effects of urgent speech and preceding sounds on speech intelligibility in noisy and reverberant environments
- Lombard-like effect against reverberation improves speech intelligibility in reverberation
- The effect of storybook reading speaking style on elementary school children’s understanding of the story
- Making spoken announcements intelligible in noisy and reverberant public spaces. -Signal processing and speech production; and visual effect -
- Intelligibility of speech spoken in noise/reverberation for older adults in reverberant environments.
- Correlation between a questionnaire about noise-induced hearing loss and SPL of portable music players of high school and university students.
- Making speech announcements intelligible in public spaces from a speech production view.
- Enhanced speech yielding higher intelligibility for all listeners and environments
- Intelligibility of speech spoken in noise and reverberation
- Improving consonant identification in noise and reverberation by steady-state suppression as a preprocessing approach.
- Effects of training, style, and rate of speaking on speech perception of young people in reverberation
- Enhancing speech in reverberation by steady-state suppression.
- Effect of talker variability on speech perception by elderly people in reverberation.
- Preprocessing effects on speech intelligibility in reverberation using mixed natural and electroacoustical sounds.
- Steady-state suppression in reverberation: A comparison of native and nonnative speech perception.
- Temporally enhanced speech is more intelligible in reverberant environments.
- Introduction of AI and Data Science
- Introduction of Information and Communication Technology
- Acoustical Society of Japan
- Acoustical Society of America
Improving speech intelligibility in reverberation over public-address systems for people with hearing impairments and elderly people
Research about the development of support systems and the application of clinical field to the communication handicapped
Characteristics of intelligible announcements over loudspeakers in public spaces
Improving speech intelligibility in reverberation over public-address systems for non-native listeners
Improving speech intelligibility for various listening environments and listeners in public spaces
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