Monthly Archives: April 2015

2015 Spring Research Fair

Tweet Two NAG members presented posters at the 2015 UNL Spring Research Fair on April 14-15, 2015: (1) graduate student Joonhee Lee on “Threshold Estimation for Noise-Induced Annoyance by Tones from Building Mechanical Noises” and (2) undergraduate student Brenna Boyd on “Evaluation of Crowd … Continue reading

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Bliefnick selected as ASA Student Council rep

Tweet Congratulations to Jay Bliefnick, who has been selected to be the representative to the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Student Council, for the Technical Committee on Architectural Acoustics (TCAA) over the upcoming two-year term!  Jay recently matriculated as a PhD student in our program, after … Continue reading

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UNASA Spring 2015 Activities

Tweet The University of Nebraska ASA (Acoustical Society of America) Student Chapter has been busy this semester.  Among their activities have been the following: Judging acoustics-related projects at the Greater Nebraska Science and Engineering Fair (March 28) Making acoustical measurements … Continue reading

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NAG Meetings 4-8-15 and 4-22-15

Tweet The NAG meeting on 4-8-15 featured sophomore Brenna Boyd who presented on her UCARE-sponsored research project involving noise measurements at UNO hockey games played at the Century Link Center in Omaha this past year.  Next year the UNO hockey … Continue reading

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Powell discusses recent high-end home theater projects

Tweet We welcomed Eric Powell (MAE ’12) back to Nebraska on April 1, 2015, to present on recent high-end home theater projects that he’s been working on as a consultant with Paradise Theater.  We are so proud of the excellent work that … Continue reading

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NAG Meetings 2-25-15 and 3-11-15

Tweet At our NAG meeting on 2-25-15, we visited the Georgia Tech Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition website.  Also, new PhD student Jay Bliefnick presented on a variable acoustics chamber study that he conducted as an undergraduate student at Colombia … Continue reading

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