Knowledge in acoustics is essential to promote the creation of positive environments, both indoors and outdoors. Rooms need to have proper acoustic conditions for speakers, musicians and listeners. Living and working environments are required which are free from harmful noise and vibrations. The success of products often depend strongly on their sound and vibration quality. The reduction of noise due to traffic is an essential question for a sustainable development of transport systems.
This requires that engineers concerned with the development of products or with the planning of our society have sufficient insight in the field of acoustics to promote during the daily work the positive effects of sound and to abate the negative effects of sound. Therefore a part of the teaching activities concerns the undergraduate education where we contribute to the education in the fields of civil engineering, architecture, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and engineering physics.
To ensure a sustainable development with respect to noise requires specialists in the field of sound and vibration. An international master’s programme in Sound and Vibration was started in 1998 with the aim of graduating students knowledgeable in a wide range of issues in acoustics and vibration.
The division of Applied Acoustics aims at a high pedagogic profile documented by its work in the form of pedagogic projects and publications pedagogic topics.
Building Acoustics and Community Noise(IMP)
Course code: VTA125
Design of Silent Products (IMP)
Course code: VTA155
Course code: VTA140
Human Response to Sound and Vibration (IMP)
Course code: VTA160
Individual Preparation Course (IMP)
Course code: VTA151
Introduction to Sound and Vibration (IMP)
Course code: VTA121
Materie- och Vågteori
Course code: FFY371
Details (Chalmers Studieportalen)
Room Acoustics (IMP)
Course code: VTA145
Sound and Vibration Measurements (IMP)
Course code: VTA073
Technical Acoustics I (IMP)
Course code: VTA081
Technical Acoustics II (IMP)
Course code: VTA091
Signal Processing in Acoustics (IMP)
Course code: –