Monthly Archives: September 2012

Adam Steinbach receives 2012 INCE Undergraduate Research Award!

Tweet Congratulations to Adam Steinbach, a junior in the UNL Architectural Engineering program!  He has been selected as the recipient of the 2012 Undergraduate Research Award by the Institute of Noise Control Engineering!  He plans to use the funds to pay test … Continue reading

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NAG Meeting 09-25-11

Tweet At today’s NAG meeting, some of us enjoyed red bean mooncakes (a traditional Chinese dessert during the annual Harvest Moon Festival), and all of us learned from Carl Hart’s presentation on ‘Finite Element Methods in Acoustics’.  It was interesting … Continue reading

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UNASA Local Acoustical Consultant Panel Discussion (09-22-12)

Tweet The University of Nebraska ASA Group sponsored a luncheon today, featuring a panel of local acoustical consultants (all alums of our program!):  Jessica Hiatt from Alvine/IP Design Group, Eric Powell from Paradise Theater, and Jennifer Samson from WJHW.  The … Continue reading

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NAG Meeting 09-11-12

Tweet At this NAG meeting, MS student Jenn Francis was the featured speaker.  She gave the presentation she made at the Internoise 2012 conference in NYC for the ‘Old vs New’ session, reviewing Fletcher and Munson’s classic paper “Loudness: Its … Continue reading

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NAG Meeting 8-28-12

Tweet We had a great turnout for our first Nebraska Acoustics Group (NAG) meeting of the academic year on August 28, 2012, and are particularly pleased to welcome our newest NAG members: Joonhee Lee (PhD student) and Devin Wong (MS … Continue reading

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Presentation by Dr. Tracy Choi, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Tweet I’m a bit late in posting this… but we were pleased to have Dr. Tracy Yat-Sze Choy, an Assistant Professor from the Mechanical Engineering Department at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, present to members of the Nebraska Acoustics Group … Continue reading

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