Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Inga Holube

Short Curriculum Vitae

1984 University-entrance diploma, Geschwister-Scholl-Schule Melsungen
1984– 1989 Studies in Physics, Göttingen University
1989 Diploma in Physics with rating „sehr gut / very good“. Subject of diploma thesis: „Monaurale und binaurale Frequenzgruppen bei Innenohrschwerhörigkeit / Monaural and binaural auditory filters in cochlear hearing impairment“
1990– 1993 PhD student at Göttingen University, III. Institut of Physics, Speech Perception Group under supervision of Prof. Dr. M. R. Schroeder und Prof. Dr. Dr. B. Kollmeier
1993 Graduation to Dr. rer. nat. at Göttingen Universtiy. Subject of dissertation: "Experimente und Modellvorstellungen zur Psychoakustik und zum Sprachverstehen bei Normal- und Schwerhörigen / Experiments and Models for Psychoacoustics and Speech Intelligibility in normal hearing and hearing-impaired Listeners”,  rating: “summa cum laude / passed with distinction”
Awarded with a book as a prize, Department of Physics, Göttingen University.
1994– 1995 Postdoctoral Fellowship of the German Research Council: "Monaurale und binaurale Sprachverständ­lich­keits­vor­hersagen bei Normal- und Schwerhörigen mit einem Perzeptionsmodell / Monaural and binaural speech intelligibility predictions for normal hearing and hearing-impaired listeners with a perception model" at Oldenburg University. Research visit for one year at Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, at Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston Universtiy, US, and at Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, UK.
1995– 2001 Head of Audiology and System Technology Group, Siemens Audiological Engineering Group, Erlangen
1996 Approval for Medical Physics and certificate for Audiology of Deutschen Gesellschaft für Medizinische Physik
1997 Award for innovation Siemens AG
since 2001 C2/W2-Professorship for Audiology (Psychological and Physiological Acoustics, Technical Audiology) at the University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg/ Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven, now Jade Hochschule
2014– 2017 Research Professorship from the Federal State of Lower Saxony within the program FH! funded by Niedersächsisches Vorab der Volkswagenstiftung
Since 2018 Editor-in-chief for Zeitschrift für Audiologie (German Journal of Audiology) together with Prof. Baumann (Frankfurt) and Prof. Hoth (Heidelberg)
2018 Science Prize of the state of Lower Saxony, category outstanding scientist at a university of applied sciences
Since 2019 Member of the editorial board (associate editor) for International Journal of Audiology
Since 2019 Board member of the German Audiological Society (DGA)
Since 2020 Member of the International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA)