Abstracts Submitted: 1014
Number of Users: 2216
View Abstracts Submitted

In order to cover the broadest range of high-level technical contributions from all over the world, the Scientific Programme is structured into 15 Theme Areas (T), that include several Structured Sessions and Regular Sessions.


Theme Area T01Acoustical measurement and instrumentation




Lars Håkansson
Send an email

This theme area covers all aspects related to the measurement of sound and vibration. It includes sessions concerning traditional measurement instruments but also proposals concerning new measurement concepts: new transducers, new mathematical algorithms, new acoustical parameters, or new applications of traditional technologies for multimedia and virtual reality. Both theoretical and applied papers are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T01 RS01 - Acoustic imaging and acoustic detection

(Lars Håkansson, Sweden)

T01 RS02 - Measurement techniques and sensors

(Lars Håkansson, Sweden & Triantafillos Koukoulas, South Korea)

T01 RS03 - Measurement uncertainty in acoustics

(Lars Håkansson, Sweden)

T01 RS04 - Instrumentation for sound and vibration measurements and analyses

(Lars Håkansson, Sweden)

Structured Sessions

T01 SS01 - Sound and vibration measurements and analysis

(Lars Håkansson, Sweden & Andreas Linderholt, Sweden & Claes Hedberg, Sweden & Mitsunori Mizumachi, Japan)


Theme Area T02Active noise and vibration control-mechatronics




Alain Berry
Send an email



Philippe Micheau
Send an email



Marek Pawelczyk
Send an email

The theme includes any concept or device that requires a combination of actuators (loudspeaker, piezoceramic, inertial actuator...), sensors (accelerometer, microphones...) and control units for real-time signal processing. The theme includes active and semi-active, control of sound and vibration, smarts structures, smart earplug, smart headset, mechatronics,... Presentations can include conceptual design of system, theoretical development, algorithms design and practical implementations. Both theoretical papers and experimental reports are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T02 RS01 - Active control of sound and vibration

(Alain Berry, Canada & Philippe Micheau, Canada & Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Canada)

T02 RS02 - Active structural acoustic control

(Alain Berry, Canada & Philippe Micheau, Canada)

T02 RS03 - Semi-active control

(Alain Berry, Canada & Philippe Micheau, Canada)

Structured Sessions

T02 SS01 - Actuators and sensors for active control

(Manuel Melon, France & Bruno Gazengel, France)

T02 SS02 - Algorithms for active control

(Jordan Cheer, United Kingdom & Marek Pawelczyk, Poland)

T02 SS03 - Active meta-materials

(Hervé Lissek, Switzerland)


Theme Area T03Aeroacoustics, thermoacoustics, combustion noise, aircraft noise and vibration




Luc Mongeau
Send an email



Manuel Etchessahar
Send an email



Ricardo Musafir
Send an email

This subject area includes all aspects concerning sound generated by fluid flow, combustion processes or by the interaction of a flow with surfaces, as well as aircraft noise and vibration. Some examples are: the description of source mechanisms or of the propagation in particular situations; jet noise; fan and compressor noise; wind turbines; active or passive control of aerodynamically generated sound and vibration, notably in aircraft, trains and other vehicles, including space vehicles; analytical and numerical solutions for specific problems.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T03 RS01 - Aeroacoustics

(Manuel Etchessahar, Canada & Luc Mongeau, Canada & Ricardo Musafir, Brazil)

T03 RS02 - aviation and flow noise

(Manuel Etchessahar, Canada & Luc Mongeau, Canada & Ricardo Musafir, Brazil & Jim Kok, Netherlands)

Structured Sessions

T03 SS01 - Acoustic simulation, test and control in spacecraft

(Zheng Ling, China & Xiang Shuhong, China)

T03 SS02 - Computational Aeroacoustics

(Gwenael Gabard, France & Luc Mongeau, Canada & Manuel Etchessahar, Canada & Ricardo Musafir, Brazil)

T03 SS03 - Combustion noise and thermoacoustics

(Maria Heckl, United Kingdom)

T03 SS04 - Aircraft cabin noise and vibration control

(Manuel Etchessahar, Canada & Stephan Tewes, Germany)

T03 SS05 - Wind turbine noise

(Kaveh Habibi, Canada)

T03 SS06 - Aicraft Engine Noise

(Luc Mongeau, Canada & Manuel Etchessahar, Canada & Ricardo Musafir, Brazil & Robby Lapointe, Canada)


Theme Area T04Environmental and community noise, soundscapes




Catherine Guastavino
Send an email



Franck Duchassin
Send an email



Gaetano Licitra
Send an email

This theme area covers all aspects of environmental, community noise and soundscape research. These topics include, but are not limited to, environmental noise strategy, the role of sound in urban experience, outdoor noise propagation, community involvement and soundscape assessments. Theoretical, methodological, and empirical contributions (including case studies) are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T04 RS01 - Community and environmental noise

(Lisa Lavia, United Kingdom & Anthony Gérard, Canada & Luis Bento-Coelho, Portugal & Romain Dumoulin, Canada)

T04 RS02 - Noise impact assessment

(Stephen Keith, Canada & Martin Meunier, Canada)

T04 RS03 - Noise modelling and mapping

(Gaetano Licitra, Italy & Jose-Luis Cueto, Spain)

Structured Sessions

T04 SS01 - Soundscape auralization

(Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Canada & Cédric Camier, France)

T04 SS02 - Urban soundscapes

(Annelies Bockstael, Canada & Daniel Steele, Canada)

T04 SS03 - Action plans in urban areas

(Gaetano Licitra, Italy & Erik Buehlmann, Switzerland)


Theme Area T05Physical acoustics, ultrasound and wave propagation




Pierre Belanger
Send an email



Serge Dos Santos
Send an email

All aspects of ultrasonic wave propagation including analytical modelling, numerical modelling, transduction mechanisms, imaging algorithms, quantitative inversion algorithms as well as nonlinear acoustic. This theme is interested in the biomedical, nondestructive testing and structural health monitoring fields of application. Presentations on theoretical and expertimental works as well as case studies are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T05 RS01 - Ultrasound and Ultrasonic measurements techniques and sensors

(Pierre Belanger, Canada)

T05 RS02 - Physical acoustics

(Daniel Pereira, Canada & Pierre Belanger, Canada)

Structured Sessions

T05 SS01 - Wave propagation in complex media

(Guillaume Haiat, France & Pierre Belanger, Canada & Giuseppe Rosi, France & Vu-Hieu Nguyen, France)

T05 SS02 - Nonlinear acoustics and vibrations

(W. S. Gan, Singapore & Serge DOS SANTOS, France & Pierre Belanger, Canada)

T05 SS03 - Sound propagation in curvilinear spacetime

(W. S. Gan, Singapore & Pierre Belanger, Canada & Giorgio Palma, Italy)

T05 SS04 - Duct acoustics

(Hans Boden, Sweden & Pierre Belanger, Canada)

T05 SS05 - Acoustic emission

(Md. Tawhidul Islam Khan, Japan & Pierre Belanger, Canada)


Theme Area T06Industrial and occupational noise and vibration




Hugues Nélisse
Send an email

Franck Sgard
Send an email

This theme involves hearing loss prevention and protection of workers exposed to occupational noise and vibration. It includes, but is not limited to, the identification of risk arising from noise and vibration at work, the development and improvement of measurement and assessment methods, predictive and modeling methods, hearing protection (measurements, advanced technologies, comfort), hand-arm and whole-body vibration, machinery and factory noise, etc. Presentations on theoretical and experimental work as well as case studies are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T06 RS01 - Noise source identification in the workplace

Structured Sessions

T06 SS01 - Hearing protection

(Hugues Nélisse, Canada & Elliott Berger, United States & Cameron Fackler, United States & Franck Sgard, Canada)

T06 SS02 - Hand-arm and whole-body vibration

(Pierre Marcotte, Canada)

T06 SS03 - Noise and vibration in small, medium and large industries

(Marc Asselineau, France)

T06 SS04 - Advances in machinery noise and vibration control

(Eleonora Carletti, Italy)


Theme Area T07Structural dynamics and nonlinear vibration




Alain Batailly
Send an email



Mathias Legrand
Send an email



Elsa Piollet
Send an email

This theme area covers all the aspects of experimental and computational methods for the characterization, analysis, design and optimization of nonlinear mechanical systems. These topics include, but are not limited to, emerging methods in mechanical system design, optimal design in the framework of nonlinear dynamics, vibration control and damping of nonlinear systems, stochastic analysis and robust design, recent developments in numerical methods (finite volumes, boundary element methods, octree mesh, isogeometric analysis), artificial intelligence and machine learning in structural dynamics, and rotordynamics.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T07 RS01 - Modal analysis

(Benoit Magnain, France & Alain Batailly, Canada)

T07 RS02 - Vibration and control of nonlinear mechanical systems

(Daniele Botto, Italy & Teresa Berruti, Italy & Christian Firrone, Italy & Elsa Piollet, Canada & Alain Batailly, Canada)

T07 RS03 - Structural acoustics and vibration

(Guilhem Michon, France & Ivan Breslaskyi, Canada & Évangéline Capiez-Lernout, France & Simon Jones, United States & Alain Batailly, Canada & Elsa Piollet, Canada & Anders Thorin, Canada & Cédric Camier, France & Benoit Magnain, France)

T07 RS04 - Rotordynamics

(Elsa Piollet, Canada)

T07 RS05 - Fatigue, fracture and joint interfaces

(Farid ASMA, Algeria)

T07 RS06 - Optimal design and uncertainty quantification

(Xiuchang Huang, China)


Theme Area T08Materials for noise and vibration control




Olivier Doutres
Send an email



Jorge Arenas
Send an email

Materials come in a variety of forms to provide sound absorption, isolation and vibration damping. In the last decades, the use and variety of available materials has increased greatly. Recent advances in material science, manufacturing processes, chemistry, and nanotechnologies are producing significant improvements in the design, production, and performance of specialized materials and metamaterials. Papers related (but not limited) to advances, development, analysis and/or optimization of materials or metamaterials that have been produced for the specific purpose of providing high values of sound absorption, vibration damping, and vibration and/or noise isolation are welcome within this Subject Area. The papers can be related to fundamental research, and/or applications, related to design, modelling, testing, and/or manufacturing of noise and vibration control materials or metamaterials. Due to the importance of the subject, this subject area will also welcome studies on environmentally friendly materials that are made of recycled products and/or through less contaminating processes.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Structured Sessions

T08 SS01 - Passive sound absorbing and insulating materials

(Raymond Panneton, Canada & francesco Asdrubali, Italy & Thomas Dupont, Canada & Philippe Leclaire, France)

T08 SS02 - Vibration damping materials

(Thomas Dupont, Canada & Mohammad Rafiee, Canada)

T08 SS03 - Acoustic metamaterial and phononic crystal: fundamentals & applications

(W. S. Gan, Singapore & Wonju Jeon, South Korea)

T08 SS04 - Characterization of acoustical materials

(Chiara Scrosati, Italy & Edoardo Alessio Piana, Italy & Nicolaas Bernardus Roozen, Belgium & Olivier Robin, Canada)


Theme Area T09Audiology, prosthetics, speech sciences, communication in noise




Christian Giguère
Send an email



Annelies Bockstael
Send an email

This theme covers all aspects related to advancements in the hearing and speech sciences, including but not limited to the following topics: psycho/physiological acoustics, audiology, speech acoustics and disorders, bio-inspired signal processing, and prosthetics. Papers covering both basic research and the development of new clinical tools are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T09 RS01 - Psychological and physiological acoustics

(Benoît Jutras, Canada)

Structured Sessions

T09 SS01 - Hearing aids, cochlear implants and other hearing technologies

(Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Canada & Vijay Parsa, Canada)

T09 SS02 - Development of speech tests for clinical and auditory fitness for duty evaluations

(Josée Lagacé, Canada & François Bergeron, Canada & Chantal Laroche, Canada)

T09 SS03 - Integrating personal hearing protectors in safe working routines: use, communication and environmental awareness

(Rachel Bouserhal, Canada & Annelies Bockstael, Canada)


Theme Area T10Signal processing and nonlinear methods




Jean-Michel Attendu
Send an email



Annie Ross
Send an email

This theme area covers a wide range of topics related to the application of signal processing and nonlinear methods to the analysis of acoustics and vibration systems. This includes linear and nonlinear signal processing, vibro-acoustic imaging, source localization, inverse problems, big data problems, parametric and non-parametric pattern recognition, vibro-acoustical condition monitoring, diagnosis and prognosis


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T10 RS01 - Signal processing techniques for acoustic array systems and inverse problems

(Thomas Padois, Canada & Annie Ross, Canada & Jean-Michel Attendu, Canada)

T10 RS02 - Fault diagnosis and prognosis

(Annie Ross, Canada & Jean-Michel Attendu, Canada & Aouni Lakis, Canada)

T10 RS03 - Machinery health monitoring

(Annie Ross, Canada & Jean-Michel Attendu, Canada & Sébastien Laurier-Chapleau, Canada)

T10 RS04 - Signal processing in acoustics and vibration

(Annie Ross, Canada & Jean-Michel Attendu, Canada & Stéphane Moreau, Canada)

Structured Sessions

T10 SS01 - Compressive sensing and sparse signal reconstruction

(Gilles Chardon, France & Annie Ross, Canada & Jean-Michel Attendu, Canada)


Theme Area T11 Room and building acoustics




John Laurence Davy
Send an email



Joohnee Lee
Send an email

This theme area covers all aspects of building and room acoustics related to the transmission of sound and vibration through building elements, the acoustical qualities of spaces and the architectural acoustic design. The common framework is the noise and vibration control methodology and the evaluation of the perceived quality of sound in rooms.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T11 RS01 - Building acoustics

(Joohnee Lee, Canada & Siu-Kit Lau, Singapore)

T11 RS02 - Human Response to Noise and Vibration in Built Environments

(Pyoung Jik Lee, United Kingdom)

Structured Sessions

T11 SS01 - Room acoustics design: from modeling, to VR and final project

(Umberto Berardi, Canada & John Laurence Davy, Australia & Joohnee Lee, Canada)

T11 SS02 - Classroom acoustics

(Lily Wang, United States)

T11 SS03 - Measurement and prediction of sound insulation

(Jeffrey Mahn, Canada & John Laurence Davy, Australia & Christoph Hoeller, Canada)

T11 SS04 -  Structure-borne and impact noise in buildings session

(Naval Agarwal, United States & Roderick Mackenzie, Canada & John Laurence Davy, Australia & Joohnee Lee, Canada)


Theme Area T12Underwater and maritime noise




John Moloney
Send an email



Davide Borelli
Send an email

This theme area on underwater and maritime noise includes ship noise and vibration, harbour and environmental underwater noise, underwater noise from pile driving, marine propeller noise, underwater acoustic communication and signal processing, numerical methods for underwater acoustics and vibro-acoustics of submerged structures.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T12 RS01 - Underwater sound

(Venugopalan Pallayil, Singapore & Jay Abel, Canada & Ildar Urazghildiiev, United States)

Structured Sessions

T12 SS01 - Technology for underwater sound measurement and monitoring

(Adrian Brown, United Kingdom)

T12 SS02 - Ship and harbour noise and vibration

(Davide Borelli, Italy & Tom Dakin, Canada & Walid Kamali, Lebanon)

T12 SS03 - EU Interreg Italy-France Maritime Projects on noise reduction in harbors

(Gaetano Licitra, Italy)


Theme Area T13Acoustics education




Frédéric Laville
Send an email



Olivier Robin
Send an email

Under this theme area, we invite presentations from people with various involvements in acoustic education (practitioners, researchers, program directors, etc.) in all fields of acoustics and for various audiences (K-University, workers, general public, etc.) with various needs. The goal is to share your specific knowledge on (or experience with) a pedagogical approach, curriculum development or some educational tools so that conference participants (and future readers of the conference proceedings) will have elements to improve their own implication in acoustic education.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Structured Sessions

T13 SS01 - Education in acoustics: catching attention or teaching in minutes using traditional or nontraditional media and methods

(Olivier Robin, Canada)

T13 SS02 - Education in acoustics programs at all levels (K-8, K-12, undergraduate and graduate)

(Frédéric Laville, Canada & Jean-Philippe Migneron, Canada)


Theme Area T14Musical acoustics




Gary Scavone
Send an email



Caroline Traube
Send an email

This theme covers all aspects related to advancements in musical acoustics, including but not limited to the following topics: modeling and analysis of musical instruments and the singing voice, analysis and synthesis of musical sounds, experimental techniques for sound and instrument characterization, psychoacoustics, music cognition, performance and pedagogy, new devices for music performance and interaction. Papers covering both basic research and the development of new systems or tools are welcome.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T14 RS01 - Musical acoustics

(Delphine Chadefaux, France)

Structured Sessions

T14 SS01 - Vibroacoustics of musical instruments

(Thomas Hélie, France & Marthe Curtit, France)

T14 SS02 - Tools for musical instrument design and making

(Jean-Pierre Dalmont, France)

T14 SS03 - Biomechanical control of musical instrument

(Caroline Traube, Canada)

T14 SS04 - Physical modeling of musical instruments and singing voice

(Tamara Smyth, United States & Jean-François Petiot, France)


Theme Area T15Road and railway noise and vibration




Georges Kouroussis
Send an email



Konstantinos Vogiatzis
Send an email

The theme area on road and rail transportation noise and vibration covers the broad issue of generation and propagation of sound and ground borne vibration from road and rail transport. Structured sessions will be dedicated partly to the urban environment, with low speed rail bound transport and road transport. In addition, novel mitigation measures against noise from main roads, such as low noise pavements, will be highlighted. Recent developments such as the revision of EU type approval standards and the gradual increase of electric and hybrid vehicles will be treated. Rail induced vibration has gained more attention in recent years and structured sessions will be organized for this topic.

Airborne and Ground borne Noise from Urban LRT Networks is considered a major parameter of possible degradation of the urban acoustic environment. Important adverse effects consist of increased levels of annoyance due to the vibration transmitted to buildings. Recent - state of the art - research developments have led to significant advances in the subject of railway-induced building vibrations over the past twenty years. Problems related to vibrations in buildings represent an important environmental issue in network designs, especially for nearby structures in densely populated cities.


Within this Theme Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Theme Area.

Regular Sessions

T15 RS01 - Railway noise and vibration

(Georges Kouroussis, Belgium & Konstantinos Vogiatzis, Greece & Wim van Keulen, Netherlands)

Structured Sessions

T15 SS01 - Noise and vibration from transportation

(Georges Kouroussis, Belgium & Konstantinos Vogiatzis, Greece)

T15 SS02 - Vehicle noise, vibration and harshness (NVH)

(Joseph Lai, Australia & Sifa Zheng, China)

Participant's area
Email:
Password:



Photos of Canada













ICSV26 will begin in
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds