What's it like to study a PhD in Acoustics?
Doing a PhD in Acoustics, you will become proficient in the skills necessary to contribute to a research portfolio which spans automotive, aerospace, marine, energy, architectural and building sectors.
Some typical research topics in Acoustics include:
- acoustic measurements
- audio engineering
- computer modelling
Typical Acoustics PhD research projects take between three and four years to complete. As well as undertaking research training within your department, you will also attend external meetings and conferences and may be submitting research posters as your research develops.
To be awarded your PhD, you must submit a thesis of about 60,000 words and defend it during your viva exam.