Primary Affiliation: Embedded acoustics BV - Delft, The Netherlands
Sander van Wijngaarden obtained his Masters degree in applied physics from the Delft University of Technology in 1996. His specialization was Perceptual Acoustics. Sander then joined the Speech & Hearing group at TNO, where he worked on a broad range of R&D projects, mostly on hearing protection and speech intelligibility. He obtained his PhD from the Free University of Amsterdam in 2002. His PhD thesis ("The intelligibility of non-native speech") is based on work done at TNO.
After gaining experience as a project manager for several years, Sander was appointed team leader of the Speech & Hearing group in 2002. He took on a new challenge in 2006, when he joined a different division of TNO as a Business Developer. In 2007 Sander was appointed Department Manager in the Chemical and Biological protection department. Sander finally decided to leave TNO to co-found Embedded Acoustics in 2010, returning to his technological roots.
Sander is currently managing director at Embedded Acoustics.
P18: Sound Reinforcement & Acoustics
A Novel Procedure for Direct-Method Measurement of the Full-Matrix Speech Transmission Index (Author)