Rebecca Bertazzoni is going to present her MSc thesis entitled “Investigation of A New Simulation Procedure for Speech Intelligibility In Open-Plan Offices” on Friday, September 21, at 13:15 h in AA’s lecture hall. Find the Abstract here.
Giulio Laurenzi will present his MSc thesis entitled “Investigation of local variations of room acoustic parameters” on Tuesday, September 25, at 10 h in AA’s lecture hall. Find the Abstract here.
Ralph Haddad is going to present his MSc thesis entitled “Application of CAE techniques in solving tweeter installation issues” on Friday, June 08, at 10 h in AA’s lecture hall. Find the Abstract here.
Kilian Schulze-Forster will present his MSc thesis entitled “The B-Format – Recording, Auralization, and Absorption Measurements” on Thursday, June 07, at 10 h in AA’s lecture hall. Find the Abstract here.
Santiago Álvarez-Buylla Puente is going to present his MSc thesis entitled “Single and Multi-Label Environmental Sound Classification Using Convolutional Neural Networks” on Monday, June 04, at 10 h in AA’s lecture hall. Find the Abstract here.
On Friday at 9:00, May 18, 2018, Sebastian Ek will defend his Master’s thesis in our teaching lab. The title of the thesis is: Evaluation of low and high noise barriers along roads with respect to cost-benefit analysis. (abstract)
On Friday at 10:00, May 18, 2018, Emil Regnström & Mattias Willig will defend their Master’s thesis in our teaching lab. The title of the thesis is: Distance Attenuation of Tram Noise. (abstract)
Pantelis Papastergiou will present his MSc Thesis entitled “Two-to-Five Upmix Methods” at the TA lecture room.
Here is the abstract.
On Thursday the 21st of September there will be a presentation, “Auralization of Noise of Future Air Vehicles”, by Dr. Stephen A. Rizzi from NASA Langley Research Center.
The presentation, from 15:15 to 16:15, is given in lecture room SB-H3.
Here is the abstract.
Presentation of the master thesis by Johan Rosholm and Michael Westers
Titel: Assembly of a tire and a vehicle model to predict vibrations at the bushings Application of a Frequency Based Substructuring method
Time: 14-09-2017, 10:00, place: teaching lab, Applied Acoustics ( abstract )
Title: Implementation of Active Noise Control on the air intake of a truck
(read the abstract)
When and where: 11 September 2017, 10:00- 11:00, Teaching lab Applied Acoustics
We welcome all our students to the new semester!
Presentation by Hyunkook Lee (University of Huddersfield) on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 3 pm, TA lecture room:
Psychoacoustics of surround sound with height
New surround sound formats such as Dolby Atmos and Auro 3D utilise loudspeakers placed at elevated positions, so-called the height channels. These are used for 3D sound panning and enhancing spatial impression. The mechanisms of human spatial perception for horizontal stereo and surround sound are now well understood. However, the perception of vertical stereophony with height channels relies on a fundamentally different psychoacoustic principles. This seminar will introduce past and current research on vertical stereophonic localisation and vertical interchannel decorrelation for vertical spread perception, as well as new 3D sound microphone array techniques and new 2D-to-3D upmixing techniques. The talk will be accompanied with 9.1 recording demos.
Hyunkook Lee is Senior Lecturer (i.e. associate professor) in music technology and the leader of the Applied Psychoacoustics Lab (APL) at the University of Huddersfield, UK. From 2006 to 2010, Dr. Lee was Senior Research Engineer in audio R&D at LG Electronics, South Korea. He received a B.Mus. degree in music and sound recording (Tonmeister) from the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, in 2002, and his Ph.D. degree in audio engineering and psychoacoustics from the Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) at the same University in 2006. His current research includes spatial audio perception, capturing and rendering techniques for 3D and VR audio, intelligent sound engineering, and interactive virtual acoustics. Hyunkook is an active member of the Audio Engineering Society since 2001 and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.
Students from the MSc program Sound and Vibration and Architecture and Engineering program are winners of the “The Wenger Prize” (first prize) in the ASA 2017 Student Design Competition. They also received one of the Commendations (second prize). See also here for more information and previous winners…