Group Leader
Software Development and IT Administration

Tel. +43 1 51581-2506
Email: anton.noll(at)

Academic background

After completing High School, Anton Noll attended the Vienna technical school for electrical engineering ('Höhere technische Bundeslehranstalt, Allgemeine Elektrotechnik'). He received a degree in Electrical Engineering in May 1980. In 1981, he was briefly employed by AKG Akustische und Kino-Geräte Ges.m.b.H. in Vienna, where he worked in the department of hardware and software development, focusing on digital signal development. Since 1982, he has been part of the team at the Acoustics Research Institute at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.

Current research

His prime fields of interest are research and development of hardware and software for language and speaker recognition applications, phonetics, comparative and experimental musicology, zoological acoustics, and psychoacoustics. He is the head of the software team at the Institute and responsible for the design and development of the Institute’s integrated signal analysis software system STx.



  • Gebeshuber I. C.; Zischka F.; Kratochvil H.; Noll A.; Gordon R.; Harbich T. (2021) Diatom Triboacoustics. In: Diadom Gliding Motility.. Scrivener Publishing LLC, Beverly, MA S. 249-282.
  • Noll A.; Pucher M.; Lozo C. (2020) Formant tracking in Sound Tools eXtended (STx) 5.0. Fortschritte in der Akustik (DAGA 2020), Hannover. Hannover S. 956-958.
  • Zala S. M.; Nicolakis D.; Marconi M. A.; Noll A.; Ruf T.; Balazs P.; et al. (2020) Primed to vocalize: Wild-derived male house mice increase vocalization rate and diversity after a previous encounter with a female. PLOS ONE, Bd. 15, S. 1-28.
  • Abbasi R.; Balazs P.; Noll A.; Nicolakis D.; Marconi M. A.; Zala S. M.; et al. (2019) Applying Convolutional Neural Networks to the Analysis of Mouse Ultrasonic Vocalizations. Proceedings of ICA 2019.
  • Noll A.; Stuefer J.; Klingler N.; Leykum H.; Lozo C.; Luttenberger J.; et al. (2019) Sound Tools eXtended (STx) 5.0 – a powerful sound analysis tool optimized for speech. Proceedings Interspeech 2019. Graz S. 2370-2371.
  • Zala S. M.; Reitschmidt D.; Noll A.; Balazs P.; Penn D. (2017) Sex-Dependent Modulation of Ultrasonic Vocalizations in House Mice (Mus musculus musculus). PLOS ONE, Bd. 12(12), S. e0188647.
  • Zala S. M.; Reitschmidt D.; Noll A.; Balazs P.; Penn D. (2017) Automatic mouse ultrasound detector (A-MUD): A new tool for processing rodent vocalizations. PLOS ONE, Bd. 12(7), S. e0181200.
  • Kasess C. H.; Noll A.; Majdak P.; Waubke H. (2013) Effect of train type on annoyance and acoustic features of the rolling noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Bd. 134 (2), S. 1071-1081.
  • Kasess C. H.; Noll A.; Waubke H. (2013) Psychoacoustic evaluation of different noise mitigation measures for steel bridges. Proceedings of Internoise 2013. Innsbruck, Austria S. CD-ROM.
  • Kasess C. H.; Noll A.; Waubke H. (2012) Der Einfluß des Bremssystems von Eisenbahnfahrzeugen auf die wahrgenommene Lästigkeit von Schienenverkehrslärm. DAGA 12. Darmstadt S. 853-854.
  • Kratochvil H.; Noll A.; Bolldorf J.; Parker A.G. (2012) Acoustic method for testing the quality of sterilized male tsetse flies (Glossina pallidipes). In: IAEA-TECDOC-1683.. IAEO, .
  • Noll A.; Waubke H. (2011) Detektion und Korrektur von Drehfehlern C++ Klasse: cogEcorr / rpmOrderAna. . Wien.
  • Waubke H.; Noll A. (2011) Software zur Simulation und Analyse von Drehwinkelschwingungen. . S. 49.
  • Gygi B.; Deutsch W.A.; Noll A.; Hirner A.; Becker T. (2007) NOIDESq: Incorporating Feature Descriptors into a novel Railway Noise Evaluation Scheme. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress on Acoustics.
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