Qinglin Meng

Qinglin

   Qinglin was in the lab from Nov. 6 2017 to Nov.5 2018. 

   He is working at the South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China.

   His research interests are in auditory prostheses and hearing healthcare.

   He is a Schnuppy fan.

Call for papers --- Frontiers Research Topic: Digital Hearing Healthcare

Peer-reviewed Journal Papers: 

  1. Kan Alan, and Qinglin Meng*, "The Temporal Limits Encoder as a Sound Coding Strategy for Bilateral Cochlear Implants", IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing. [Early Access]
  2. Zhou Huali, Ningyuan Wang, Nengheng Zheng, Guangzheng Yu*, and Qinglin Meng*, “A New Approach for Noise Suppression in Cochlear Implants: A Single-channel Noise Reduction Algorithm”, Frontiers in Neurosciences (2020). doi: 10.3389/fnins.2020.00301
  3. Meng Qinglin*, Xianren Wang, Nengheng Zheng, Jan W. H. Schnupp, and Alan Kan*, “Binaural Hearing Measured with The Temporal Limits Encoder Using A Vocoder Simulation of Cochlear Implants”, Acoustical Science and Technology. 41.1(2020): 209-213. 
  4. Li Kongyan, Chloe H. K. Chan, Vani G. Rajendran, Qinglin Meng, Nicole Rosskothen-Kuhl, and Jan W. H. Schnupp, “Microsecond sensitivity to envelope interaural time differences in rats.” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 145.5 (2019): EL341-347.
  5. Meng Qinglin, Xianren Wang, Yuexin Cai, Fanhui Kong, Alexa Nadezhda Buck, Guangzheng Yu*, Nengheng Zheng*, and Jan W. H. Schnupp*. “Time-compression thresholds for Mandarin sentences in normal-hearing and cochlear implant listeners.” Hearing Research.374.3 (2019): 58-68. 
  6. 谢菠荪*孟庆林. 听觉障碍患者的空间听觉. 应用声学. 2018. 37 (5): 607-613.(综述)
  7. 孟庆林*. 人工耳蜗中的声信号处理. 听力学与言语疾病杂志. 2018. 26: 431-436.(综述)
  8. Meng Qinglin, Nengheng Zheng*, and Xia Li. "Loudness contour can influence mandarin tone recognition: vocoder simulation and cochlear implants." IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 25.6 (2017): 641-649. 
  9. Meng Qinglin, Nengheng Zheng*, and Xia Li. "Mandarin speech-in-noise and tone recognition using vocoder simulations of the temporal limits encoder for cochlear implants." The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139.1 (2016): 301-310.
  10. 孟庆林*,牟宏宇,平利川,陈宏斌,郑能恒,李霞,冯海泓. 人工耳蜗非实时研究平台开发与验证 .声学技术, 2016, 35(3), 248-253.
  11. 张晓薇,孟庆林*,唐国芳,郑能恒,李霞. 人工耳蜗的环境声识别研究. 声学学报, 2016. 41(6): 891-896. 
  12. 孟庆林,原猛*,夏洋,冯海泓. 幅度调制信息对乐器识别的影响, 声学学报, 2015, 40(2): 300-306. 
  13. 孟庆林,原猛*,牟宏宇,陈友元,冯海泓. 包络调制率和载波频率对听觉时间调制检测能力的影响. 物理学报 2012, 61(16). 
  14. 冯海泓,孟庆林,平利川,唐国芳,原猛*. 人工耳蜗信号处理策略研究. 声学技术, 2010, 29(6): 607-614. (综述)

 

Selected conference papers:

  1. Fanhui Kong, Xianren Wang, Xiangbin Teng, Nengheng Zheng, Guangzheng Yu, Qinglin Meng, “Reverberant speech recognition with actual cochlear implants: verifying a pulsatile vocoder simulation method”, 23rd International Congress on Acoustics, Sep. 9-13, 2019, Aachen, Germany.
  2. Alan Kan and Qinglin Meng, “Spatial release from masking in bilateral cochlear implant users listening to the Temporal Limits Encoder strategy”, 23rd International Congress on Acoustics, Sep. 9-13, 2019, Aachen, Germany.
  3. Meng Qinglin, Xiaoya Wang, Weiyan Guo, Fanhui Kong, Guangzheng Yu, Nengheng Zheng, and Jan. W. H. Schnupp, “Mandarin Tone Perception with Cochlear Implants Using Primary Pitch without Reliable Secondary Cues”, 2019 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses (CIAP), July 14-19, 2019, Lake Tahoe, California, USA. (Abstract, Poster Presentation)
  4. Meng Qinglin, Guangzheng Yu, Yangyang Wan, Fanhui Kong, Xianren Wang, and Nengheng Zheng, “Effects of Vocoder Processing on Speech Perception in Reverberant Classrooms”, APSIPA ASC 2018, Nov., Hawaii, USA
  5. Meng Qinglin, Nengheng Zheng, Ambika Prasad Mishra, Jacinta Dan Luo, and Jan W. H. Schnupp, “An Improved Method for Measuring Mandarin Tone Perception with Cochlear Implants”, Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2018, Nov., Hong Kong (Best oral presentation award)
  6. Meng Qinglin, Nengheng Zheng, Ambika Prasad Mishra, Jacinta Dan Luo, and Jan W. H. Schnupp, “Weighting Pitch Contour and Loudness Contour in Mandarin Tone Perception in Cochlear Implant Listeners”, Proc. Interspeech 2018 (2018): 3768-3771. India, Hyderabad.
  7. Meng Qinglin, Nengheng Zheng, and Xia Li. "A temporal limits encoder for cochlear implants." In Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2015 IEEE International Conference on, pp. 5863-5867. IEEE, April 19-24, Brisbane, Australia.
  8. Meng Qinglin, “Binaural Hearing Measured with The Temporal Limits Encoder Using A Vocoder Simulation of Cochlear Implants”, Seminar on brain, hearing and speech sciences for universal speech communication in Tohoku Universal Acoustical Communication Month 2018. October, 2018. Sendai, Japan. (Invited Keynote Speech, 45 minutes)
  9. Meng Qinglin and Guangzheng Yu, “The “temporal limits encoder” for cochlear implants: its potential advantages and an FFT-based algorithm”, 2017 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, July 16-21, Lake Tahoe, USA. (Poster Presentation)
  10. Meng Qinglin, Meng Yuan, Zhenya Yang, and Haihong Feng. “An empirical envelope estimation algorithm." Image and Signal Processing (CISP), 2013 6th International Congress on. Vol. 2. IEEE, 2013. Dec. 12-18, Hangzhou, China
  11. Meng Qinglin, Meng Yuan, Jianping Zhao, and Haihong Feng. Empirical AM-FM decomposition of auditory signals. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131(4), 3268-3268. (Acoustic Hong Kong, 2012; Oral Presentation)

 

Patents: 

  1. 孟庆林,郑能恒,李霞. 增强时域表达的人工耳蜗信号处理方法及系统, 20186月授权. CN105662706A.
    以上专利的国际PCT申请号:PCT/CN2016/092067, 公布号:WO2017117984
  2. 孟庆林,郑能恒,李霞. 一种电听觉假体信号处理方法及其系统, 20176月授权. CN104856784B.
  3. 孟庆林,郑能恒,李霞,汪天. 一种提高人工耳蜗音高感知能力的方法及系统. 20171月授权. CN104307100B

 

Popular Science: 

2018-8-25, 为什么助听器还不够完美?[2018翻译,科普]

Why are hearing aids not good enough yet? [Translation]

2016-6-13, 人工耳蜗引领听觉研究前沿 [翻译]

Pushing the envelope of auditory research with cochlear implants [Translation]

2013-10-7, 人工耳蜗获得拉斯克临床医学奖聊起

                   Cochlear implant and Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award

 

Contact him: qlmeng (at) ieee.org