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New face at MIB: Alberte Seeberg

New PhD student will investigate rhythm and groove perception in CI users.

Alberte Seeberg has a background in Cognitive Science and has obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Aarhus University.

Previously, Alberte has been working at MIB as a research assistant as part of a project on cochlear implant users and their perception and enjoyment of music.  

During her PhD, Alberte will continue to be working on music perception in cochlear implantees under the supervision of Bjørn Petersen and co-supervisors Peter Vuust and Andreas Højlund. More specifically, focus will be on rhythm and groove perception in cochlear implant users and the potential for perceptual enhancement through haptic stimulation.