Valentina Zapata Rodriquez. (Photo Mai-Britt Beldam)

Acoustic Technology and Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems holds annual Presentation Day

Friday 16 Jun 17


Finn T. Agerkvist
Head of Group, Associate professor
DTU Electrical Engineering
+45 45 25 39 41

This popular annual event offers the opportunity for the two Electrical Engineering groups to present the work that has been undertaken during the proceding year and to network with other acousticians working in the field.     


Group leader Finn Agerkvist once again welcomed guests who included many collaboration partners from the industry and included representations from Widex, Oticon, GN ReSound as well as Bang & Olufsen and Delta.

This years program included presentations by Postdoc Gerd Høy Marbjerg on "Loudspeaker Array Auralisations with the Room Acoustical Simulation Tool PARISM" as well as from several other ongoing phd projects. These included Peter Andersens presentation entitled "A Hypersingular Boundary Element Method including Viscous and Thermal Losses", Boris Jean Francois Mondets project entitled  "Retrieving Surface Impedances from Absorption Coefficients" and Kren Rahbek Nørgaards project "Impedance Calibration and Measurement Techniques in Hearing Diagnostics".  Franz Maria Heuchel, Diego Caviedes Nozal, Daniel Plewe and Minho Song all presented their MONICA related projects as well.  

During the lunch break, Master students had the opportunity this year to present their projects to the guests and gain valuable feedback from the experts.  

Mai-Britt Beldam

Poster Presentations - Photo/Mai-Britt Beldam

Master student Kacper Kosikowski presented his virtual reality demo during the lunch break and this proved very popular amongst the guests.Kacper was able to investigate his interest in virtual reality further during the special course run by Associate professor, Cheol-Ho Jeong at the Acoustic Technology Group. The aim of this short course was to investigated existing solutions for the real-time modelling of sound propagation for the purpose of VR auralization. 

"The reason for VR's importance is the need for communicating acoustic concepts to non-specialised audiences such as architects, interior designesrs and customers" explains Kacper. Virtual reality also allows the opportunity to examine audio visual psychoacoustic phenomena in a new and more immersive environment.   


Gerd Høy Marbjerg. Photographer Kacper Kosikowski        archive

Gerd Høy Marbjerg trying out VR demo                  Guests arriving





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25 MAY 2018