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Ronald M. Aarts

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University of Twente

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University of Twente

Drienerlolaan 5

Enschede, Overijssel,

Netherlands

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Technical University Eindhoven TU/e


Affiliations

Audio Engineering Society Inc

Board of Governors Member


Koninklijke Philips N.V.

Research Fellow


IEEE

Fellow


Acoustical Society of America

Member


NSWO

Member


NAG

Member


VvBBMT

Member


Philips Electronics India Limited

Research Fellow


Royal Philips Electronics, the Netherlands

Research Fellow


Education

PhD

University of Delft


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AES Awards

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Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts

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Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts Ronald Aarts, Research Fellow Philips Research Eindhoven, the Netherlands Ronald is with Philips Research since 1977. He has been involved in the research into servos and signal processing for use in both Video Long Play players and Compact Disc players. He has also worked on CAD tools and signal processing for loudspeaker systems. Since 1994, he has worked on the improvement of sound reproduction by exploiting digital signal processing and psycho-acoustical phenomena, e.g. with major contributions to 'Incredible Sound' and 'Ultra Bass'. He has invented and explored various non-conventional sound transducers such as the 'singing display' and the thermo-acoustic loudspeaker. He was a member of the organizing committee and chair for various international conventions. He has published over 300 papers and reports and holds over 180 first patent application filings including over 60 granted US patents for which Philips Research presented him the Gold Invention Award. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Silver Medal recipient, Fellow, and past-governor of the AES (Audio Engineering Society), a member of the NAG (Dutch Acoustical Society), the ASA (Acoustical Society of America), the VvBBMT (Dutch Society for Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering), and the NSWO (Dutch Society for Sleep and Wake Research). At Philips Research Eindhoven, he won the Gilles Holst Award (1999), the first Patent Infringement Award (2000) and the Eureka Fair Award (2001 and 2014). Ronald is since 2006 part-time full-professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) with the chair unobtrusive monitoring. + Papers and patents of Ronald Aarts


Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts

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Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts Ronald Aarts, Research Fellow Philips Research Eindhoven, the Netherlands Ronald is with Philips Research since 1977. He has been involved in the research into servos and signal processing for use in both Video Long Play players and Compact Disc players. He has also worked on CAD tools and signal processing for loudspeaker systems. Since 1994, he has worked on the improvement of sound reproduction by exploiting digital signal processing and psycho-acoustical phenomena, e.g. with major contributions to 'Incredible Sound' and 'Ultra Bass'. He has invented and explored various non-conventional sound transducers such as the 'singing display' and the thermo-acoustic loudspeaker. He was a member of the organizing committee and chair for various international conventions. He has published over 200 papers and reports and holds over 160 first patent application filings including over 50 granted US patents for which Philips Research presented him the Gold Invention Award. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Silver Medal recipient, Fellow, and past-governor of the AES (Audio Engineering Society), a member of the NAG (Dutch Acoustical Society), the ASA (Acoustical Society of America), the VvBBMT (Dutch Society for Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering), and the NSWO (Dutch Society for Sleep and Wake Research). At Philips Research Eindhoven, he won the Gilles Holst Award (1999), the first Patent Infringement Award (2000) and the first Eureka Fair Award (2001). Ronald is part-time professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). + Papers and patents of Ronald Aarts


Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts

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Research Fellows - Ronald Aarts Ronald Aarts, Research Fellow Philips Research Eindhoven, the Netherlands Ronald is with Philips Research since 1977. He has been involved in the research into servos and signal processing for use in both Video Long Play players and Compact Disc players. He has also worked on CAD tools and signal processing for loudspeaker systems. Since 1994, he has worked on the improvement of sound reproduction by exploiting digital signal processing and psycho-acoustical phenomena, e.g. with major contributions to 'Incredible Sound' and 'Ultra Bass'. He has invented and explored various non-conventional sound transducers such as the 'singing display' and the thermo-acoustic loudspeaker. He was a member of the organizing committee and chair for various international conventions. He has published a large number of papers and reports and holds over 140 first patent application filings including over thirty granted US-patents. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Silver Medal recipient, Fellow, and past-governor of the AES (Audio Engineering Society), a member of the NAG (Dutch Acoustical Society), the ASA (Acoustical Society of America), the VvBBMT (Dutch Society for Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering), and the NSWO (Dutch Society for Sleep and Wake Research). At Philips Research Eindhoven, he won the Gilles Holst Award (1999), the first Patent Infringement Award (2000) and the first Eureka Fair Award (2001). Ronald is part-time professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). + Papers and patents of Ronald Aarts


Patents4innovation - Inventor Stories

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Ronald Aarts, inventor at Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Ronald Aarts, inventor at Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Inventor: Ronald Aarts, Philips Research Ronald Aarts For a long time, the sound quality of television-sets with built-in loudspeakers was not optimal for a simple reason. Even if the sound was transmitted by the TV in excellent two-channel stereo, the viewer could not expect to perceive satisfactory stereo quality. For a good perception of stereo sound, the angle formed by loudspeakers and listener must be relatively wide. In a television-set with built-in speakers, however, this angle is very narrow, because the speakers are very close together. In the 1990's, Ronald Aarts of Philips Research came up with a solution: Incredible Sound. Aarts captured the differences in sound-perception in a mathematical model that he used for signal modification. As a result, the television-set with built in speakers sounds just like high quality stereo. he signal modification in Incredible Sound is very complex, as almost all aspects of the sound must be modified. Ronald Aarts and Philips have laid down the inventions that made Incredible Sound possible in five patents. Different forms of implementation (software, hardware) are mentioned in the patent, but the software itself is not spelled out. 'You don't run into that software by accident', Aarts explains. 'The software for implementation of Incredible Sound is so specific, that somebody outside Philips would only write these or similar lines of software code if he was trying to copy Incredible Sound. But then he would be infringing our patent'. Ronald Aarts Ronald Aarts (1956) is a Research Fellow at the Digital Signal Processing Group of Philips Research in Eindhoven (The Netherlands). Ronald Aarts, who joined Philips Research in 1977, has made major contributions to audio inventions such as Incredible Sound and Ultra Bass. He is currently engaged in signal processing for medical engineering and audio. Ronald Aarts is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society and a Senior Member of the IEEE . He has received various internal Philips awards. He has written, and contributed to, various books. Ronald Aarts has also produced more than 70 external papers for journals and conferences. In 1995, he received a PhD from the University of Delft (The Netherlands) for a thesis on the design and psychophysical assessment of loudspeaker systems.


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