Acoustic Sensors inspired by Insect Ears

9 May 2024

12:00 pm

Online Zoom webinar


James Windmill is a Professor in the Department for Electronic & Electrical Engineering, at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. He is a world leader on biologically-inspired acoustic and ultrasonic systems. The goal of his cross-disciplinary research is to translate the findings from fundamental research in biological sensory systems to inspire novel artificial sensor and transducer systems. This then expands to the implementation of those novel systems across industrial sectors, including consumer electronics, defence, medical devices, non-destructive evaluation and sustainable engineering. At Strathclyde he is Director of the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering, one of the UK’s largest ultrasound research centres. He has been successful in securing funding for his research through a variety of sources with a total portfolio exceeding £30M. He is also currently co-Director of the ESPRC CDT in Future Ultrasonic Engineering.

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Posted on 18th December 2023 in Early Career, Noise and Soundscape, Events, Bioacoustics (SIGBio)