Hearing mechanics

 

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Lemons, C., Meaud, J., 2016, Middle-ear function in the chinchilla: circuit models and comparison with other mammalian species, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140(4):2375-2753
  2. Meaud, J., Lemons, C., 2015, Nonlinear response to a click in a time-domain model of the mammalian ear, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America138(1):193-207
  3. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., 2014, Effect of the attachment of the tectorial membrane on cochlear micromechanics and two-tone suppression, Biophysical Journal, 106(6):1398-1405
  4. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., 2012, Response to a pure tone in a nonlinear mechanical-electrical-acoustical model of the cochlea, Biophysical Journal, 102:1237-1246
  5. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., 2011, Coupling active hair bundle mechanics, fast adaptation and somatic motility in a cochlear model, Biophysical Journal, 100:2576-2585
  6. Ashmore, J., Avan, P., Brownell, W.E., Dallos P., Dierkes, K., Fettiplace, R. , Grosh K., Hackney, C.M., Hudspeth, A.J., Jülicher, F., Lindner, B., Martin, P., Meaud, J., Petit, C., Santos Sacchi, J.R., Canlon, B., 2010, The remarkable cochlear amplifier, Hearing research, 266:1-17
  7. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., 2010, The effect of tectorial membrane and basilar membrane longitudinal coupling in cochlear mechanics, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127:1411-1420

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

  1. Wen., H., Bowling, T., Meaud, J., 2017, Analyzing the Relationships between Reflection Source DPOAEs and SFOAEs Using a Computational Model, International Workshop of the Mechanics of Hearing, in press
  2. Lemons, C., Sellon, J.B., Freeman, D.M., Meaud, J., 2017, Examining the Effects of Anisotropy on Longitudinally Propagating Waves on Isolated Tectorial Membranes, International Workshop of the Mechanics of Hearing, in press
  3. Meaud, J., Lemons, C., 2015, A physiologically-based time domain model of the mammalian ear, 12th International Workshop on the Mechanics of Hearing.In Mechanics of Hearing: Protein to Perception, Karavitaki KD, Corey DP (eds), American Institute of Physics, Melville, NY, pp
  4. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Active processes and sensing in the cochlea, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Montreal, Canada, 2013
  5. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Simulating two-tone suppression in cochlear mechanics using a computational model, Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Salt Lake City, UT, 2013
  6. Meaud, J., Li, Y., Grosh, K., The generation of harmonic distortion and distortion products in a computational model of the cochlea, In: Shera CA, Olson ES, eds. What Fire is in Mine Ears: Progress in Auditory Biomechanics. Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics, 2011:231:237
  7. Li, Y., Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Coupling the subtectorial fluid with the tectorial membrane and hair bundles of the cochlea, In: Shera CA, Olson ES, eds. What Fire is in Mine Ears: Progress in Auditory Biomechanics. Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics, 2011:104:109
  8. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Role of mammalian outer hair cell bundle filtering and motility in cochlear mechanics, Proceedings of the 16th US National Congress of Theoretical and Applied mechanics, State College, PA, 2010

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS

  1. Lemons, C., Sellon, J.B., Freeman, D.M., Meaud, J., Changes in anisotropic, viscoelastic material properties of the tectorial membrane due to Tectb-/- mutation in mice,  Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 02/12/2017
  2. Bowling, T., Wen, H., Lemons, C., Meaud, J., Traveling and Fast Waves: Propagation of Distortion Products in the Cochlear Fluid Using a Computational Model, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 02/11/2017
  3. Meaud, J., Active control of fluid-loaded vibrations in the mammalian inner ear, Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, 05/23/2016
  4. Lemons, C., and Meaud, J., Examination of middle-ear function through interspecies comparison of middle-ear transmission characteristics, Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, 05/23/2016
  5. Bowling, T., Lemons, C., Meaud, J., Investigating the Spatial Variations of Distortion Products in  the Cochlear Fluids Using a Computational Model, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, San Diego, 02/23/2016
  6. Meaud, J., Bowling, T., Effect of tectorial membrane viscoelasticity on cochlear stability, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, San Diego, 02/22/2016
  7. Bowling, T., Che, K., Lemons, C., Meaud., J., Computational modeling of distortion product otoacoustic emissions, Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA, 05/21/2015
  8. Meaud., J., Simulating the response to clicks and the generation of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions using a cochlear model, Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA, 05/21/2015
  9. Meaud, J., Yi, J., and Bouattour, A., Modeling wave propagation on isolated tectorial membrane segments, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 2015
  10. Lemons, C., Meaud, J., Lumped Parameter Models of the Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, and Gerbil Middle Ears, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 2015
  11. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Physiologically-based modeling of the mechanics of the mammalian cochlea, Young Investigator Symposium , Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 2015
  12. Meaud, J., Modeling acoustic fluid-structure interaction in the cochlea in the time-domain, Society of Engineering Science annual meeting, Purdue University, IN, 2014
  13. Lemons, C., Meaud, J., Parameter fitting of a lumped parameter middle ear model, Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI, 2014
  14. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Simulating the effect of detaching the tectorial membrane from the spiral limbus on the response of the basilar membrane to a pure tone and two-tone suppression, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, San Diego, CA, 2014
  15. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Two tone suppression and distortion products in cochlear mechanics using a physiologically based computational  model, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore MD, 2013
  16. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Response to a pure tone in a nonlinear frequency-domain model of the cochlea, Acoustical Society of America, Kansas City, MO, 201
  17. Meaud, J., Grosh K., Prediction of the effect of adaptation and active HB mechanics on prestin-based amplification using a macroscopic model of the cochlea, Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2011
  18. Meaud, J., Grosh K., Response to a single tone using a computational model of the mammalian cochlea: compressive nonlinearity, harmonic distortion and DC shift, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 2011
  19. Meaud J., Grosh, K., Predicting the nonlinear dynamics of the mammalian cochlea, Society of Industrial And Applied Mathematics Life Sciences Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, 2010
  20. Meaud, J., Grosh K., Linearization of a physiological nonlinear model of mammalian hair bundle motility, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Anaheim, CA, 2010
  21. Meaud, J., Grosh, K. , Predicting the high sensitivity of the basilar membrane response to acoustic stimulation using a mathematical model of the cochlea, Acoustical Society of America, San Antonio, TX, 2009 (Best student paper award in Structural Acoustics and Vibrations)
  22. Meaud, J. , Grosh, K, Role of hair bundle motility in cochlear mechanics,   Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore, MD, 2009
  23. Meaud, J., Grosh, K., Exploring the role of tectorial membrane longitudinal coupling and of hair bundle motility using a macroscopic cochlear model, Workshop on the Mechanics of Hearing, Keele, UK, 2008