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Mr Jacob Hollebon BSc, MSc

Postgraduate Research Student

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Jacob Hollebon is a Postgraduate Research Student at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Jacob graduated from the University of Warwick in July 2017 with a BSc in Physics. He then completed the MSc in Acoustical Engineering at the University of Southampton in September 2018, with a thesis on spatial audio reproduction for multiple listeners. The MSc thesis involved designing, building and analysing the performance of a multiple listener crosstalk cancellation system using linear loudspeaker arrays, with application to a cinema. In October 2018, he joined the Virtual Acoustics and Audio Engineering (VAAE) group to begin a PhD in transaural audio under the supervision of Dr. Filippo Maria Fazi and Dr. Keith Holland. Jacob’s current research focuses on developing new methods for multiple listener 3D audio reproduction, with particular interest in crosstalk cancellation systems.

Jacob is supported by two grants from the AES Educational Foundation, where he is also the 2018 Emil Torick Scholar, awarded to an ‘outstanding student with exceptional career goals’. In summer 2018 he was also awarded the Elsevier prize for the best performance in the taught modules of his MSc course at the ISVR.

Research interests

Jacob’s research interests include spatial audio, binaural audio, transaural audio, loudspeaker arrays, virtual acoustics, soundfield control and signal processing.

PhD Supervision

Dr. Filippo Maria Fazi, Dr. Keith Holland

Research group

Signal Processing, Audio and Hearing Group

Affiliate research group

Virtual Acoustics and Audio Engineering

Research project(s)

Shaping the future of systems for personalized audio

Next Generation Recording Technology

Listener Position Adaptive Audio Reproduction

Fundamentals of spatial audio reproduction

Auralization combining finite element and geometrical acoustic methods

Describing sound scenes for next-generation audio

Diffuse Sound Field Representation

Beamforming applications in aeroacoustics

Nearfield Acoustical Holography

A compact and inexpensive virtual acoustics system for clinical and research evaluation of spatial hearing in cochlear implant and hearing aid users

The modelling of hearing impairment and the design of an array-based hearing aid

Compensated Amplitude Panning

Compression Driver Phase Plugs

Development of 3-channel OPSODIS 3D sound reproduction system

Externalisation of auditory images with in-ear transducers

Sound field reproduction with non-uniform source distributions

Compact-Mode HRTFs

We are developing a new representation of a HRTF that is more compact, leading to sparser HRTF measurement rigs, smaller HRTF datasets and more efficient binaural rendering.

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Mr Jacob Hollebon
Engineering, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton. SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

Room Number: 15/1053

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