Sensory Neuroengineering

Tobias Reichenbach
Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London

My profile on Google scholar is here.

The code for some of our projects can be obtained on GitHub.

Research Papers

  1. M. Saiz-Alia, T. Reichenbach,
    Computational modeling of the auditory brainstem response to continuous speech,
    J. Neur. Eng. (2020) 17:036035. [pdf]

  2. M. Keshavarzi, T. Reichenbach,
    Transcranial alternating current stimulation with the theta-band portion of the temporally-aligned speech envelope improves speech-in-noise comprehension,
    Front. Hum. Neurosci. (2020) 14:187. [pdf]

  3. T. Ota, F. Nin, S. Choi, S. Muramatsu, S. Sawamura, G. Ogata, M. P. Sato, K. Doi, K. Doi, T. Tsuji, S. Kawano, T. Reichenbach, H. Hibino,
    Characterisation of the static offset in the travelling wave in the cochlear basal turn,
    Pfl. Arch. Eur. J. Physiol. (2020) 472:625. [pdf]

  4. F. Vanheusden, M. Kegler, K. Ireland, C. Georga, D. Simpson, T. Reichenbach, S. L. Bell,
    Hearing aids do not alter cortical entrainment to speech at audible levels in mild-to-moderately hearing-impaired subjects,
    Front. Hum. Neurosci. (2020) 14:109. [pdf]

  5. M. Keshavarzi, M. Kegler, S. Kadir, T. Reichenbach,
    Transcranial alternating current stimulation in the theta band but not in the delta band modulates the comprehension of naturalistic speech in noise,
    Neuroimage (2020) 210:116557. [pdf]

  6. S. Kadir, C. Kaza, H. Weissbart, T. Reichenbach,
    Modulation of speech-in-noise comprehension through transcranial current stimulation with the phase-shifted speech envelope,
    IEEE Trans. Neur. Syst. Rehab. Eng. (2020) 28:23. [pdf]

  7. H. Weissbart, K. Kandylaki, T. Reichenbach,
    Cortical tracking of surprisal during continuous speech comprehension,
    J. Cogn. Neurosci. 32:155 (2020). [pdf]

  8. M. Saiz-Alia, A. E. Forte, T. Reichenbach,
    Individual differences in the attentional modulation of the human auditory brainstem response to speech inform on speech-in-noise deficits,
    Sci. Rep. 9:14131 (2019). [pdf]

  9. Ghada BinKhamis, Antonio Elia Forte, Tobias Reichenbach, Martin O’Driscoll, and Karolina Kluk,
    Speech auditory brainstem responses in adult hearing aid users: effects of aiding and background noise, and prediction of behavioral measures,
    Trends in Hearing 23:1 (2019). [pdf]

  10. O. Etard and T. Reichenbach,
    Neural speech tracking in the theta and in the delta frequency band differentially encode clarity and comprehension of speech in noise,
    J. Neurosci. 39:5750 (2019). [pdf]
    Matlab code for the efficient computation of linear forward and backward models is on Github. Examples of the data can be found on Github as well.

  11. O. Etard, M. Kegler, C. Braiman, A. E. Forte, T. Reichenbach,
    Real-time decoding of selective attention from the human auditory brainstem response to continuous speech,
    Neuroimage 200:1 (2019). [pdf] [bioRxiv]

  12. C. Braiman, E. A. Fridman, M. M. Conte, C. S. Reichenbach, T. Reichenbach, N. D. Schiff
    Cortical Response to the Natural Speech Envelope Correlates with Neuroimaging Evidence of Cognition in Severe Brain Injury,
    Curr. Biol. 28:1-7 (2018). [pdf]

  13. N. Ciganovic, R. L. Warren, B. Keceli, S. Jacob, A. Fridberger, T. Reichenbach,
    Static length changes of cochlear outer hair cells can tune low-frequency hearing,
    PLoS Comp. Biol. 14:e1005936 (2018). [pdf] [bioRxiv]

  14. A. E. Forte, O. Etard and T. Reichenbach,
    The human auditory brainstem response to running speech reveals a subcortical mechanism for selective attention,
    eLife 6:e27203 (2017). [pdf] [bioRxiv]
    Matlab code for the extraction of the fundamental waveform is on Github.

  15. C. Sidiras, V. Iliadou, I. Nimatoudis, T. Reichenbach and D.-E. Bamiou,
    Spoken word recognition enhancement due to preceding synchronized beats compared to unsynchronized or unrhythmic beats,
    Front. Neurosci. 11:415 (2017). [pdf]

  16. N. Ciganovic, A. Wolde-Kidan, T. Reichenbach,
    Hair bundles of cochlear outer hair cells are shaped to minimize their fluid-dynamic resistance,
    Sci. Rep. 7:3609 (2017). [pdf]

  17. R. L. Warren, S. Ramamoorthy, N. Ciganovic, Y. Zhang, T. Wilson, T. Reichenbach, A. L. Nuttall, A. Fridberger,
    Minimal basilar membrane motion in low-frequency hearing,
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 113:4303 (2016). [pdf]

  18. C. S. Reichenbach, C. Braiman, N. D. Schiff, A. J. Hudspeth, T. Reichenbach,
    The auditory-brainstem response to continuous, non-repetitive speech is modulated by the speech envelope and reflects speech processing,
    Front. Comp. Neurosci. 10:47 (2016). [pdf]

  19. T. Tchumatchenko, T. Reichenbach,
    A wave of cochlear bone deformation can underlie bone conduction and otoacoustic emissions,
    In Mechanics of Hearing: Protein to Perception, K. D. Karavitaki and C. P. Corey (eds).
    Am. Inst. Phys., Melville, NY, 060018 (2015). [pdf]

  20. T. Reichenbach, A. Stefanovic, F. Nin, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Otoacoustic emission through waves on Reissner's membrane,
    In Mechanics of Hearing: Protein to Perception, K. D. Karavitaki and C. P. Corey (eds).
    Am. Inst. Phys., Melville, NY, 090008 (2015). [pdf]

  21. B. Meltzer, C. S. Reichenbach, C. Braiman, N. D. Schiff, A. J. Hudspeth, T. Reichenbach,
    The steady-state response of the cerebral cortex to the beat of music reflects both the comprehension of music and attention,
    Front. Hum. Neurosci. 9:436 (2015). [pdf]

  22. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    The physics of hearing: fluid mechanics and the active process of the inner ear,
    Rep. Progr. Phys. 77:7 (2014). [pdf]

  23. T. Tchumatchenko, T. Reichenbach,
    A cochlear-bone wave can yield hearing sensation as well as otoacoustic emission,
    Nat. Commun. 5:4160 (2014). [pdf]

  24. T. Reichenbach,
    Otoacoustic emission through waves on Reissner's membrane and bone deformation,
    Proc. Forum Acust. (2014).

  25. A. Dobrinevski, M. Alava, T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Mobility-dependent selection of competing strategy associations,
    Phys. Rev. E. 89, 012721 (2014). [pdf]

  26. F. Nin, T. Reichenbach, J. A. N. Fisher, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Contribution of active hair-bundle motility to nonlinear amplification in the mammalian cochlea,
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 109, 21076 (2012). [pdf]

  27. J. A. N. Fisher, F. Nin, T. Reichenbach, R. C. Uthaiah, A. J. Hudspeth,
    The spatial pattern of prestin-dependent cochlear amplification,
    Neuron 76, 989-997 (2012). [pdf]

  28. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Frequency decoding of periodically-timed action potentials through distinct activity patterns in a random neural network,
    New J. Phys. 14, 113022 (2012). [pdf]

  29. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Discrimination of low-frequency tones employs temporal fine structure,
    PLoS ONE 7, e45579 (2012). [pdf]

  30. T. Reichenbach, A. Stefanovic, F. Nin, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Waves on Reissner’s membrane: a mechanism for the propagation of otoacoustic emissions from the cochlea,
    Cell Reports 1, 374-384 (2012). [pdf]

  31. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Unidirectional amplification as a mechanism for low-frequency hearing in mammals,
    AIP Conf. Proc. Vol. 1403, 507-512 (2011). [pdf]

  32. J. S. Schwarz, T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    A hydrodynamic sensory antenna used by killifish for nocturnal hunting,
    J. Exp. Biol. 214, 1857-1866 (2011). [pdf]

  33. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Unidirectional mechanical amplification as a design principle for an active microphone,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 158701 (2011). [pdf]

  34. A. Melbinger, T. Reichenbach, T. Franosch, E. Frey,
    Driven transport on parallel lanes with particle exclusion and obstruction,
    Phys. Rev. E 83, 031923 (2011). [pdf]

  35. S. Rulands, T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Threefold way to extinction in populations of cyclically competing species,
    J. Stat. Mech. 105, L01003 (2011). [pdf]

  36. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    Dual contribution to amplification in the mammalian inner ear,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 118102 (2010). [pdf]

  37. A. A. Winkler, T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Coexistence in a one-dimensional cyclic dominance process,
    Phys. Rev. E 81, 060901(R) (2010). [pdf]

  38. B. Andrae, J. Cremer, T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Entropy production of cyclic population dynamics,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 218102 (2010). [pdf]

  39. T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
    A ratchet mechanism for amplification in low-frequency mammalian hearing,
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107, 4973-4978 (2010). [pdf] [Animation]

  40. J. Cremer,T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    The edge of neutral evolution in social dilemmas,
    New J. Phys. 11, 093029 (2009). [pdf]

  41. M. Berr, T. Reichenbach, M. Schottenloher, E. Frey,
    Zero-one survival behavior of cyclically competing species,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 048102 (2009). [pdf]

  42. T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Instability of spatial patterns and its ambiguous impact on species diversity,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 058102 (2008). [pdf]

  43. T. Reichenbach, T. Franosch, E. Frey,
    Domain wall delocalization, dynamics and fluctuations in an exclusion process with two internal states,
    Eur. Phys. J. E 27, 47-56 (2008). [pdf]

  44. T. Reichenbach, M. Mobilia, E. Frey,
    Self-organization of mobile populations in cyclic competition,
    J. Theor. Biol. 254, 368-383 (2008). [pdf]

  45. T. Reichenbach, M. Mobilia, E. Frey,
    Stochastic effects on biodiversity in cyclic coevolutionary dynamics,
    Banach Center Publications Vol. 80, 259-264 (2008). [pdf]

  46. M. Mobilia, T. Reichenbach, H. Hinsch, T. Franosch, E. Frey,
    Generic principles of active transport,
    Banach Center Publications Vol. 80, 101-120 (2008). [pdf]

  47. J. Cremer, T. Reichenbach, E. Frey,
    Anomalous finite-size effects in the Battle of the Sexes,
    Eur. Phys. J. B 63, 373-380 (2008). [pdf]

  48. T. Reichenbach, M. Mobilia, E. Frey,
    Noise and correlations in a spatial population model with cyclic competition,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 238105 (2007). [pdf]

  49. T. Reichenbach, M. Mobilia, E. Frey,
    Mobility promotes and jeopardizes biodiversity in rock-paper-scissors games,
    Nature 448, 1046-1049 (2007). [pdf] [Movie I (9.5 MB)] [Movie II (9.5 MB)]
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  50. T. Reichenbach, E. Frey, T. Franosch,
    Traffic jams induced by rare switching events in two-lane transport,
    New J. Phys. 9 (2007) 159. [pdf]

  51. T. Reichenbach, M. Mobilia, E. Frey,
    Coexistence versus extinction in the stochastic cyclic Lotka-Volterra model,
    Phys. Rev. E 74, 051907 (2006). [pdf]

  52. T. Reichenbach, T. Franosch, E. Frey,
    Exclusion processes with internal states,
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 050603 (2006). [pdf]

  53. T. Reichenbach,
    Retarded functions in noncommutative theories,
    Phys. Lett. B 612, 275 (2005). [pdf]

  54. T. Reichenbach,
    Violation of remaining Lorentz symmetry in the approach of time-ordered perturbation theory to space-time noncommutativity,
    Phys. Lett. B 606, 403 (2005). [pdf]

  55. Book Chapters

    Patents

    • T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth,
      Unidirectional mechanical amplification in a microphone,
      pending (2011).

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