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Dr. rer. medic. Till Moritz Eßinger"Till Moritz Eßinger" from ERCD licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Dr. rer. medic. Till Moritz Eßinger

Till Moritz Eßinger has been a research fellow at ERCD since 2013. His work focuses on the development of implantable microphones and actuators for active middle ear implants, feedback control algorithms and temporal bone measurements. In his time with the ERCD he has also worked as an audiologist with cochlear implant patients both intra- and postoperative.

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Scientific Career

Research Profiles

Selected Publications

  • Koch, M., Eßinger, T.M., Maier, H., Sim, J.H., Ren, L., Greene, N.T., Zahnert, T., Neudert, M., Bornitz, M., 2022. Methods and reference data for middle ear transfer functions. Sci Rep 12, 17241.
  • Essinger, T. M., Koch, M., Bornitz, M., Lasurashvili, N., Neudert, M., & Zahnert, T. (2019). Sensor-actuator component for a Floating Mass Transducer-based fully implantable hearing aid. Hearing Research, 378, 157–165.
  • Eßinger, T. M., Koch, M., Bornitz, M., & Zahnert, T. (2016). Adaptive Mechanical Stabilization of a Free-Floating Fully Implantable Hearing Aid. Otology & Neurotology: Official Publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society [and] European Academy of Otology and Neurotology, 37(9), e377-383.
  • Essinger, T. M., & Hoffmann, R. (2015). Feedback suppression in a mechanically coupled, short signal path sensor-actuator system for use as a hearing implant. 2015 38th International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP), 1–4.
  • Koch, M., Essinger, T. M., Stoppe, T., Lasurashvili, N., Bornitz, M., & Zahnert, T. (2016). Fully implantable hearing aid in the incudostapedial joint gap. Hear Res, 340, 169–178.
  • Koch, M., Eßinger, T. M., Bornitz, M., & Zahnert, T. (2014). Examination of a mechanical amplifier in the incudostapedial joint gap: FEM simulation and physical model. Sensors (Basel), 14(8), 14356–14374.