The virtual special issue (VSI) on Advances in Environmental Acoustics of the Building and Environment journal is complete! The editorial of this VSI can be found here and all 18 papers are listed on this page. Enjoy reading the latest research results in this field of research.
The urban sound symposium took place in Ghent from, April 3-5 2019. All information on this exciting event can be found at https://urban-sound-symposium.org, where presentation documents will be uploaded soon. I had a keynote on Auralization Technology, here is the link to the pdf of the presentation.
At April 2nd, Chang Liu will publicly defend her PhD thesis In-situ characterization of the acoustic impedance of vegetated roofs (PDF). The defence is preceded by a symposium with presentations from Prof. Francesco Asdrubali, Prof. Timothy van Renterghem, Prof. Jian Kang, and PhD student Sai Trikootam. The symposium and the defence are public. 1330 – … More PhD defence Chang Liu including symposium
Members of my research team will present progress of recent research at various conferences in June and July. The overview of our papers can be found here.
In the first three months of 2019, four new researchers have started working in our Building Acoustics research group! JinJack Tan is a postdoctoral research fellow, who was awarded a 2-year EuroTech postdoc research grant with his research project MARS: Integration of Musical Acoustics, Room acoustics and Sound perception Jieun Yang is a postdoctoral research … More New group members
A graduate-level training in the fundamental and applied aspects of computational acoustics is held in Le Mans, 10-14 December of this year, don’t miss it! More information can be found here.
My research sabbatical has come to an end. It have been 5 wonderful months, with plenty of time to spend with my family in Helsinki and Stockholm. I am grateful for my hosts Lauri Savioja & Tapio Lokki at Aalto and Mats Nilsson Stockholms University for offering me the opportunity to work in there labs … More End of sabbatical!