A seminar reporting on the acoustics work for the project "Improved face-worn PPE designs for use by the public and professionals to reduce audio-visual communication difficulties."
Seminar: Turbulence-Aerofoil Interaction Noise: Analytical model, open-source implementation and experimental results
Dr. Fabio Casagrande Hirono Dr. Fabio Casagrande Hirono will tell us about his Ph.D. research work in aeroacoustics, which involves predicting and measuring the noise radiated by a flat-plate aerofoil interacting with a turbulent flow. Date: 27th October at 12:30 UK Time Join the seminar here: Click here to join the meeting Abstract The interaction
Dr. Ignacio Zurbano Fernández Date: 20th October at 12:30 UK Time Join the seminar here: Click here to join the meeting Abstract Noise emission is an increasing environmental concern in large urban areas and a competitive issue in today’s global market. The fan is one of the most used components in ventilation and cooling systems
PhD Student: Gethin Manuel Date: 13th October at 12:30 UK Time Join the seminar here: Click here to join the meeting Abstract The aim of this research is to develop innovative and implementable blast noise management techniques. The research contains two areas of interest: Firstly, occupational blast noise exposure. Secondly, environmental blast noise. Expect lots
This week on 6th Oct 2021 our lunchtime Acoustics Research Seminars resume and we are happy that two recent MSc Audio Acoustics graduates – Johnny Lee and Kim Steele – will present their project work for us. Kim will tell us about her work on developing a time domain version of the transfer matrix method
The Acoustics Research Centre is inviting expressions of interest for the 2021 round of MSCA Individual Fellowships with University of Salford as the host organisation. Deadline 1st July 2021.
by Hannah Guest, Alex Sturrock, George Bendo, and Graham Hanks 12:30 – 1:30 pm (UK time) 26th May 2021 Microsoft Team Meeting: Click here to join the meeting Abstract: Among the autistic population, there are longstanding personal reports of atypical speech perception; yet empirical evidence is inconsistent, generally based on underpowered studies, disparate methods, and
by Roalt Aalmoes The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) 12:30 – 1:30 pm (UK time) 19th May 2021 Microsoft Team Meeting: Click here to join the meeting Abstract: Aircraft noise is the most significant cause of adverse community reaction related to the operation and expansion of airports. For this reason, the Environmental & Policy support
by Charlotte Clark Professor of Epidemiology Population Health Research Institute, St George’s, University of London 12:30 – 1:30 pm (UK time) 28th April 2021 Microsoft Team Meeting: Click here to join the meeting Abstract The planned decarbonisation of the aviation sector through the provision of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to short haul hybrid electric aircraft