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Siemens - PhD student on numerical acoustics

Post by Admin on Tue Oct 03 2017, 11:33

Open position for a PhD student on numerical acoustics, with a bit of sound synthesis and material characterisation:
 
https://jobs.siemens-info.com/jobs/257542/Early-Stage+Researcher+-+Acoutect?lang=en-GB
 
The work is part of the European project Acoutect on building acoustics, http://www.acoutect.eu.
 
This PhD will be co-supervised by Jacques Cuenca together with Onur Atak from the acoustics simulation team at Siemens Leuven and Wim Desmet at KULeuven. Most of the adventures will take place at Siemens and a few months are to be spent at KUL and at partner institutions abroad.
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Post by Admin on Thu Jul 13 2017, 09:53

3 open PhD (Marie Curie ESR) positions at Siemens with academic partners (TUe, KUL, INSA):
1. Early-stage Researcher – PBNv2 Ground surface characterisation for exterior pass-by noise synthesis. Details here.
2. Research Engineer – Advanced Numerical Methods for Building Acoustics. Details here.
3. Early-Stage Researcher – Hybrid pass-by noise engineering. Details here.

PhD position available at University of Sheffield.
Details here. For more information, please contact Dr Anton Krynkin .

PhD position available at University of Sheffield on 3D acoustic reconstruction methods. Applicants should have a good MEng (or BEng/BSc or MSc) degree in an appropriate discipline (mechanics, civil engineering, material science, mathematics, applied mathematics and physics). The project will be supervised by Dr Anton Krynkin and Prof Kirill Horoshenkov. Details here. For more information, please contact Dr Anton Krynkin .

PhD position available at University of Sheffield to study the performance of reconfigurable sensor arrays.
« The novelty of this 3-year project will be to study the performance of a dynamically reconfigurable swarm of acoustic sensors for the inspection of buried pipes. It is expected that these sensors will be deployed on autonomous robots which are being developed by our academic and industry partners. Key academic challenges here is to demonstrate that this technology is feasible, accurate and robust to operate across scales in a range of buried pipes. The project will be mainly computational with some elements of laboratory work to demonstrate new sensor solutions ». The stipend is £ 15k/year, non-tax. For more information, please contact Prof Kirill Horoshenkov.

PhD position available at LAUM on Design and experimental validation of functionally graded digital metaporous materials incorporating micro-resonators for the attenuation of sound in lined ducts.
Deadline for application is July 2017 for starting the PhD in September 2017. Details here.
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