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Acoustics Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Engineering Crystalline Microstructures through Laser Ultrasonic Imaging - ENG 1607

Supervisors. Prof Matt Clark, Dr Richard Smith, Dr Rikesh Patel, Dr Wenqi Li. Background. To determine the mechanical performance of a manufactured structure, the material properties at the nanoscale (chemical composition), microscale (microstructure) and macroscale (geometric shape) all need to be considered. Read more

PhD in Engineering - 3D Printing with Ultrasonic Levitation

The James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year PhD project entitled “3D Printing with Ultrasonic Levitation”. Read more

Modelling high-frequency vibrations of complex built-up structures using transport theory

This project will develop a new high-frequency vibroacoustic simulation tool inspired by mathematical modelling techniques that have been developed in the context of optical tomography and climate science. Read more

Sound and Vibration Design for Sustainable Aircraft

Future generations of aircraft will be radically different to those currently operating. Prototype designs use hybrid, battery, and hydrogen engines providing power to propellers, resulting in reduced emissions associated with passenger transportation. Read more

Expecting Thunderclaps then Lightning Strikes: How do we integrate sound and light in a complex world?

The experience of hearing the sound of thunder after seeing lightning is familiar to everyone. This perception of a single multisensory event as two separate events is caused by the difference in relative speed and arrival times of sound versus light. Read more

Understanding noise sensitivity and the underlying mechanisms

Noise sensitivity is a personal predisposition accounting for an individual’s reaction to noise. It plays a considerable role in capturing individual differences in large-scale public-health studies on noise annoyance. Read more

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