Master Student
Psychoacoustics and Experimental Audiology


E-Mail: lisa.frohmann(at)oeaw.ac.at

Scientific IDs:
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lisa-Frohmann

Academic Background


since 2021: Master's thesis internship at ISF: Project RhySeg (Sequential Stream Segregation in CI Listeners based on Rate-Pitch and ITD Cues)

since 2019: Master's degree in electrical engineering and sound engineering at the Technical University of Graz (TUG) and the University of Music and Performing Arts (KUG).

07/08 2019: Internship at the ISF. Implementation of the pilot project SIPILoudness (MissiSIPI) at Doz. Bernhard Laback in the field of psychoacoustics and experimental audiology, cochlear implant.

03 2019: BSc in electrical engineering and sound engineering at the Technical University of Graz (TUG) and the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG)

2018 - 2020: Student assistant at the Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics Graz and the Scientific Doctoral School of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz at O.Univ.Prof.Mag.art. DI Dr.techn. Robert Höldrich

Current Research


As part of her internship and master's thesis at the ISF, Lisa Frohmann is investigating the ability of cochlear implant recipients to separate two signal sources that are sequentially presented in a stream.

In everyday life, there are many demanding acoustic situations (loud ambient noise, many simultaneous and alternating speakers), which demand this type of voluntary segregation from the listeners.

The cognitive separation should be promoted by changing the direction coding (interaural time differences, ITD) and pitch. People who have implants in both ears, in particular, could benefit from the better transmission of these characteristics in the future.