We have 39 sound design PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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sound design PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 39 sound design PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Equally Safe Sound Design

This aim of this research is to identifying emotions women might perceive when harassed or intimidated in public spaces and how these emotions might be represented sonically. Read more

Human Computer Interaction

This project will explore the use of Audio Augmented Reality in hospitals. Out of necessity most devices in a hospital make a sound, whether intentionally or not. Read more

DDSP in Procedural Audio Sound Effects

This aim of this research is to improve the audio quality of synthesized procedural audio sound effects, optimising parameters through the use of differential digital signal processing (DDSP) techniques. Read more

PhD in Soundscapes, Environmental or Neighbour Noise

  Research Group: Acoustics Research Centre
Noise is the second most harmful environmental pollutant according to the World Health Organisation. It is also “neglected” and in need of more research according to a 2023 House of Lords Report. Read more

PhD in Art, Design and Media

The School of Art and Media at the University of Brighton welcomes students for PhD research study in multiple areas across contemporary fine art, visual communication, screen and media studies, digital media arts and sound, photography, fashion, textiles, design and craft. Read more

New Vibration Speaker Development

The Gel Audio™ Loudspeaker Technology that I co-invented produced high quality sound over a surface through the hydrogel. It was also developed and incorporated into an audio product called the Woweeone. Read more

Acoustical Properties of Meta-Materials

  Research Group: Centre For Sustainable Environments
Porous materials such as foams and felts are often used to reduce noise levels. However, these materials are often ineffective at low frequencies. Read more

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