Mar
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Sustainability theme connecting SIG event

Date
4 March 2022

Time
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
Zoom event (register below)
Zoom link will be sent closer to the event.

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Connected SIG events aim to bring together researchers from different backgrounds under a united Grand Challenge umbrella. The umbrella theme for this event is – sustainability in acoustics. Participating SIGs:
1. Metamaterials SIG
2. Underwater acoustics SIG
3. NDT/NDE SIG
4. Bioacoustics SIG

The event is open to all. However, registration in advance is required.
Join us and help us define the big question “What does sustainability mean for acoustics?.

Schedule for the event
5 min     – Welcome
5 min       – Introduction to breakout session and the topics
25 min    – Four breakout sessions (discussing 4 important questions of sustainability)
20 min     – Summary of breakout sessions
5 min       – Summary of question: What does sustainability mean to your research
5 min       – Break
20 min    – Research challenges from each SIG
60 min    – Presentations (5 min each)
10 min     – Action items, conclusions, and future steps
Presentations (confirmed): 
Keith Attenborough  ‘Acoustical reasons for greening’
Mostafa Ranjbar Topology optimization and machine learning for design of sustainable anisotropic bio-inspired metamaterials
Paul Lepper Acoustic problems faced in the growth of the offshore renewable energy industry’
Lorenzo Bonoldi PASSIVE EQUALIZER WITH VARIABLE RESONATOR RINGS FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Sierra Clark Interconnections between acoustics and climate change mitigation and adaptation