At June 25th, Fotis Georgiou will publicly defend his PhD thesis Modeling for auralization of urban environments: incorporation of directivity in sound propagation and analysis of a framework for auralizing a car pass-by (PDF). The defence is preceded by a symposium with presentations from Dr. Jens Ahrens, Dr. Tapio Lokki and two PhD students from Dutch … More PhD Defence and symposium
An exciting 5-month period has started from the first of May, as I will spend this time on a research sabbatical at Aalto University and Stockholm University. I will work on (part) of a virtual acoustic technology that enable the blind to train human echolocation. It will be inspiring to work in different research environments … More Research sabbatical!
The national public radio was interested in our research collaboration with Oculus and interviewed me at 24 April 2018. The interview (in Dutch) can be found here.
In January 2018, our Building Acoustics group has started a research collaboration with Oculus, well known for its virtual reality headsets. With this new research project, we aim to answer the question: How close get we get to reality with auralization from a wave-based methodology? We will carry out this research for a small living room sized space and the research will … More New research collaboration with Oculus!
In week 3 of 2018, the first Acoutect Summer School was held in Gothenburg on Modern sustainable building concepts. During this meeting, the Early Stage Researchers of Acoutect met the supervisors for the very first time! Experiences of this week will soon be shared, keep an eye on http://www.acoutect.eu.
Remy Wenmaekers has successfully defended his PhD thesis on Stage acoustics and sound exposure at November 22nd at TU/e! The PhD thesis can be found at this website. The defence was very special, as it was the first time a PhD degree was issued by an associate professor in the Netherlands. (Pictures | Photodette)
At 19 October 2017, the Dutch TV program paid attention to our research on human echolocation. Our latest publications on human echolocation related to this movie fragment are the papers J34 and J36 in Journal Publications