Thursday, 28 September 2017

First dry wall construction workshop for Acousticians

The first hands-on dry wall construction sound insulation  workshop for Acousticians has been held at Building Research Establishment (BRE) lab facilities on 27 September 2017. The fully subscribed event has been organised through a collaboration between the IOA London Branch, BRE and Knauf. Ex LSBU MSc acoustic student  Eugenie Sainte Cluque, Luis Gomez-Agustina (LSBU) and Peter Turner of Assured Acoustics, attended as the organisation team. The workshop has been a clear success and there are plans to run it again

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Luis Gomez-Agustina to presented to the IOA London Branch

On the 18th October 2017 Dr Luis Gomez-Agustina will give a presentation to the Institute of Acoustics London Branch. His talk will be on the question of, "Do performance musicians need acoustic education?". I hope you can join us at WSP HQ on Chancery Lane at 6pm!

Acoustic Group features on IOA Blog

An short article by Luis Gomez-Agustina has been published on the September 2017 issue of the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) Blog The article adds to the interesting and varied topics published in that blog. We hope you enjoy the article and participate (if applicable) in the questionnaires    

London Heliport presentation to the consultative committee

On 18th September 2017 some results from the London heliport noise study were presented  by Luis Gomez-Agustina to the consultative group at Wandsworth Town. Subjective and objective results showed a high incidence on a large number of affected residents by noise generated from the London Heliport operation. The presentation was received with avid interest and was followed by many questions and lively discussions.
We hope to continue working with the three boroughs to help control and minimise helicopter noise disturbance. Spl please watch this space.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Royal Academy of Music Hearing Tests are Go!

Over the next 2 weeks 349 students of the Royal Academy of Music will have their hearing tested at London South Bank University's acoustics laboratory. This is the 11th year of the on-going study to establish the hearing acuity of classical and jazz musicians.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Abstract submitted to CIBSE Symposium

London South Bank University is hosting this year's CIBSE conference in April 2018. Dr Stephen Dance and Dr Ben Dymock have submitted an abstract entitled, "Urban wind turbines: A London based Feasibility Study". Looking forward to the Technical Symposium!

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Seminars to the Royal Academy Of Music

For the 11th year. Dr Stephen Dance gave a series of lectures to the new students of the Royal Academy of Music on Musicians' Hearing and the Sound of Performance. The seminars are tailored to four different instrument groups and use the data collected over the past ten years to bring the subject to life! This year the lecture room was the Dukes Hall, as it was in 2007!