ORGANIZERS OF THE CONFERENCE
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor.
Head of Department
“Ecology and life safety” of
Baltic State Technical University “VOENMEH”
named after D.F.Ustinov,
Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation
Nickolay Ivanov is the creator of the transport acoustics scientific school. He developed the theory of the transportation vehicles acoustics, proposed the solution to the problems of generating the sound field in low volume, diffraction on complex obstacles, methods of calculation of the sound fields of spatial emitters.
Methods of calculation of the expected noise from vehicles, methods for separation of the air and structural sound sources contribution to complex sound field of the vehicles, methods of calculation of the soundproof hoods and booths acoustic efficiency, optimization of the transportation vehicles noise protection and others were developed by Nickolay Ivanov or under his leadership. Methods of calculation and design of the noise barriers installed along roads and railways were established under his leadership.
Nickolay Ivanov has published over 400 scientific papers, including about 10 textbooks, manuals and monographs. He presented the main results of scientific research on the international conferences in Australia, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Canada, China, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the USA, Finland, Switzerland, Sweden and other countries.
Nickolay Ivanov organized and chaired more than 30 congresses, conferences, seminars in the field of acoustics and ecology held in St. Petersburg, including the International conferences on noise and vibration control NOISE-93, 4th (1996) and 9th (2002 ) International Congresses on Sound and Vibration, International Ecological Congress (2000), which were attended by scientists from more than 60 countries. He organized and was president of 5th All-Russian scientific-practical conference with international participation ‘Protection from excessive noise and vibration’ in March 2015 in St. Petersburg.
Since 2000 Nickolay Ivanov has been the expert of the Federation Council and the State Duma Committee on Ecology, Member of the Supreme Environmental Council.
Nickolay Ivanov is the Chairman of the Doctoral dissertation board of the specialities ‘Acoustics’ and ‘Occupational safety in mechanical engineering’. He is the founder (1994) and Editor-in-Chief of the abstract journal ‘Noise’, one of the founders (1996) and deputy Editor-in-Chief of the international journal ‘International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration’. Nickolay Ivanov is the founder (1998) of the International Acoustics Library named after Sir Michael James Lighthill in the Baltic State Technical University «VOENMEH» named after D.F. Ustinov. He is the permanent member of the International Organizing Committee of the Annual International Congresses on sound and vibration.
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor,
Director of NIISF
A student of the academician G. L. Osipov, under whose scientific guidance he defended his thesis on the subject of ‘Improving methods of calculating the predicted noise in the facilities with sound-absorbing facings’ in 1988. In 1992 he was appointed Deputy Director of NIISF. In 2011 he defended his doctoral thesis on the subject of ‘Methods of acoustic calculations and acoustic barrier design’. In 2009 he was appointed as Director of the Institute. In 2014 he was reelected for the second term.
In 2016 he was elected a member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences. In the course of his scientific career he has prepared more than 225 scientific papers, including 4 monographs, 5 manuals for University students, more than 40 regulations, 12 inventions and patents. Trained 3 graduate students and 1 doctoral student.
He has been teaching at Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering named after V.Kuibyshev, MADI (Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University), TGSU. He has 3 government awards – in 2002 he was awarded the prize of the RF Government in the field of science and technology, in 2003 he was awarded the merit badge of the Emeritus Builder of the Russian Federation, in 1997-the medal ‘850th anniversary of the city of Moscow’.
Doctor of engineering science, Professor, Head of Chemical Technology and Industrial Ecology Chair of the Samara State Technical University, Honorary worker of higher professional education of the Russian Federation, honored ecologist of the Samara region.
Andrey Vasilyev is the head of the scientific school in the field of environmental engineering, environmental monitoring and complex problems of engineering. It was supported by the grant of the President of the Russian Federation within the framework of competition for leading scientific schools of Russia.
Andrey Vasilyev developed the theory of multi-functional active and hybrid compensation of low frequency sound and vibration of machines and plants, the theoretical basis of the multifunctional compensation vibration and mechanical noise of power plants and associated mechanical systems. He developed the methodological basis of classification of active and hybrid compensation of low frequency sound and vibration for energy plants, which allow to find effective solutions for various problems of reducing low-frequency sound and vibration for power plants of various types (AV Vasiliev – Monograph, St. Petersburg, 2004). Andrey Vasilyev offered a method for reducing a complex low-frequency sound and vibration generated by internal combustion engines. He developed and tested the theory and design schemes of multifunctional devices for active compensation of low frequency sound energy machines and systems.
Andrey Vasilyev has published over 500 scientific papers, including 7 monographs, more than 10 textbooks and teaching aids. Andrey Vasilyev is the author and co-author of more than 20 inventions and software products. He is a repeated winner of the RFBR grants, RHSF, and the grant of the German Academic Exchange Service for scientific training at the Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics (Stuttgart, Germany), the grant under the program ‘Open World’ (USA) and others. The main results of scientific studies were presented at international congresses and conferences in Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, China, Latvia, Great Britain and other countries.
Andrey Vasilyev is the organizer and supervisor of Russia’s largest international environmental conventions (scientific and technical conferences) ELPIT, ongoing since 2003.
He has been an expert of SRI FRCEC since 2012.
Andrey Vasilyev is a member of the editorial boards of several scientific journals from VAK list: ‘Ecology and Industry of Russia’, ‘Safety in Technosphere’, ‘Life Safety’, ‘Proceedings of the Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences’, et al., as well as international scientific journals and publications.
Ph.D. of Engineering Science, Professor of Environment and Safety chair of the Baltic State Technical University ‘VOENMEH’ named after D.F. Ustinov.
Lyudmila Drozdova is the author of over 130 scientific papers, also the co-author of 11 textbooks and manuals, 3 handbooks (2 of them are in English), 10 patents. She presented the main results of research at international conferences in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Germany, China, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, the USA and Sweden.
Lyudmila Drozdova is the Deputy Chairman and member of organizing committees of more than 20 congresses, conferences, workshops in the field of acoustics and ecology which were conducted in St. Petersburg, including the International Convention for the Suppression of noise and vibration, NOISE-93, 4th (1996) and 9th (2004) International Congress of sound and vibration, International Ecological Congress (1990 and 2000, respectively.), All-Russian scientific-practical conference with international participation ‘Protection from increased noise and vibration’, which was attended by scientists from more than 60 countries.
She is one of the founders (1996) and the editor of the International Journal ‘International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration’ (IJAV). She is a member of the editorial board of the abstract Journal ‘Noise’.
Lyudmila Drozdova is the scientific secretary of the Board of the doctoral dissertation with specialties ‘Acoustics’ and ‘Occupational safety in mechanical engineering’. She is a member of the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV).
Lyudmila Drozdova is a specialist in calculation and design of soundproof hoods, development of mobile compressor stations with noise-protection performance.
Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation, laureate of the government prize in the field of science and technology, Senior Researcher of the Central Research Institute of the Air Force of the Ministry of Defense of Russia (Shchelkovo, Moscow region).
The author of more than 560 scientific papers, co-author of 8 monographs and manuals, 12 certificates of authorship and 5 computer programs.
The main results of scientific research were reported at the all-Russian and international congresses in Russia, Spain, Germany and the USA. The Hirsch index (RSCI) is 25.
A member of the Organizing Committees of the conferences on acoustics and ecology held in St. Petersburg (2015, 2017). He is a member of the Dissertation Council with specialties ‘Acoustics’ and ‘Occupational health and safety in mechanical engineering’ of the Baltic State Technical University ‘VOENMEH’ named after D.F.Ustinov, a member of the Editorial Board of the journal ‘Aviation Safety Problems’.
V.N.Zinkin is a specialist in aviation medicine, military hygiene, occupational medicine and occupational pathology.
Valery Kirpichnikov is a Doctor of Engineering Science, Chief Researcher of the Krylov Scientific Center, Ship Acoustics Department, involved in the studies of vibratory and noise structure excitation, vibration and sound energy propagation, sound radiation from structures.
Valery Kirpichnikov is the author of more than 190 scientific works, including 52 certificates and patents of inventions. He deals with the ship acoustics issues: studies of vibratory excitability and noise emission from plate-type and shell structures, as well as development of means and ways to reduce the levels of vibration and noise generated by sources of different physical nature (machinery, marine screw propeller, flow around the vessel hull).
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor of ‘Environmental studies and occupational health and safety’ Department of the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E.Bauman (Moscow, Russia).
A.I.Komkin published more than 100 scientific papers in the field of kinetics of material systems, wheeled vehicle noise and vibration, noise regulation. He is a specialist in the theory and calculation of noise-reducing mufflers. He publishes articles in the Acoustic Journal, which is the only Russian academic journal entirely devoted to acoustics.
He is the organizer of the annual all-Russian conference for young scientists and specialists ‘Environmental Acoustics’ which has been held at MSTU named after N.E. Bauman since 2016..
He takes part in all-Russian research to practice conferences with international participation ‘Protection from excessive noise and vibration”. He has been a member of the Scientific Committee of the conference since 2017.
Ph.D. of Engineering Science, Professor of Environment and Safety chair of the Baltic State Technical University ‘VOENMEH’ named after D.F.Ustinov.
Gennadiy Kurzev is the author of more than 100 scientific papers and the co-author of 10 textbooks and manuals, 3 handbooks (two of them are in English).
Gennadiy Kurzev is a constant member of the organizing committees of more than 20 All-Russian conferences and international congresses, including NOISE-93, 4th and 5th International Congresses of sound and vibration, International Ecological Congress, 1st-5th All-Russian conferences on protection from increased noise and vibration.
Gennadiy Kurzev has been the editor of the abstract Journal ‘Noise’ since 1994.
Gennadiy Kurzev is a leading specialist in calculation of expected noise from vehicles.
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Сhief Researcher of FSUE ‘Krylov State Research Center’ (St.Petersburg, Russia).
Honorary Shipbuilder of the Russian Federation, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, a member of the Russian Acoustic Society Board, Presidium member of the Eastern European Acoustics Association, full member of the Russian Metrological Academy and St.Petersburg Academy of Engineering, Laureate of the State Prize of the USSR. Two generations of low-noise machinery supplied to modern submarines and warships were developed under the leadership of Ernst Leonidovich Myshinsky.
He has been working in Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute since 1959: he made a professional career from technician to Head of Department. Head of ship diesel installations section. Head of acoustics, aerodynamics and strength of marine power plants department (1972). Head of ship acoustics, power plants and equipment department (1991). He was in charge of development and feasibility evaluation of the basic principles of low-noise machinery building; created two generations of low-noise ship machinery (1975 — 1985); proposed new effective methods of automatic balancing of rotary machinery when changing thermal and load conditions; he taught at the Leningrad Shipbuilding Institute. The author of many research and methodological and educational manuals for students of shipbuilding specialties. State prize (1984).
Ph.D. in Engineering Science, Senior Lecturer of the ‘Environmental studies and health and safety’ Department at the Baltic State Technical University ‘Voenmeh’ named after D.F.Ustinov, Deputy Head of Department (St. Petersburg, Russia).
The author of more than 50 scientific papers and co-author of 10 manuals and study guides.
He is a member of the FUMO (Federal Academic Methodological Association) on the ‘Technogenic safety and environmental engineering’ programme, a member of the organizing committees of 5 all-Russian and international conferences. A.Y.Oleynikov is a specialist in predicted noise calculations and acoustic measurements.
Ph.D. in Engineering Science, Dean of the Faculty of Sciences, Professor of the ‘Environmental studies and health and safety’ Department of the Baltic State Technical University ‘VOENMEH’ named after D. F. Ustinov (St. Petersburg, Russia).
The Laureate of the Russian government prize in the field of science and technology. A member of the FUMO (Federal Academic Methodological Association) in the higher education system according to UGSN (enlarged groups of specialties and directions of training) 20.00.00 ‘Technogenic safety and environmental engineering’. The author of more than fifty scientific papers; he holds patents.
The Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 6th all-Russian research to practicel conference with international participation ‘Protection from excessive noise and vibration’ (headed the Organizing Committees of the previous Conferences in 2011-2017).
Doctor of Engineering science, Professor of the ‘Thermal power plants’ Department of the National Research University ‘Moscow Power Engineering Institute’ (MPEI).
Scientific advisor of the scientific educational center ‘Noise reduction of energy equipment’, winner of the Government of Russian Federation prize for science and technology.
He developed the theory of sound propagation in the channels of energy gas-air lines and boilers and the theory of calculating steam-laden emissions from power-generating facilities.
New effective mufflers for the most intense sources of noise, namely mufflers for gas turbines and boilers-utilizers of combined-cycle plants, steam-laden emissions, blow fans and smoke exhausters, water boilers, were developed and implemented at the large and small-scale power-generating facilities by Vladimir Tupov or under his leadership. Vladimir Tupov designed highly effective noise barriers to reduce noise from transformers and cooling towers. At present more than 400 mufflers are operating.
Vladimir Tupov has published over 350 scientific papers, including about 15 textbooks, manuals and monographs. He presented the main results of scientific research at the international congresses in Australia, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, the USA, Sweden, South Korea and other countries.
Vladimir Tupov is the academician of the International Informatization Academy (IIA), member of three dissertation councils, member of the editorial board of the Journal ‘Electric power stations’.
Doctor of Engineering Science, Head of the Chief Engineer’s office of JSC ‘Institute ‘Transekoproekt’
Natalia is the author of more than 90 scientific papers, monographs, co-author of two textbooks and three patents in the field of noise mitigation. The main findings of her scientific research were reported at all-Russian and international conferences, seminars, congresses, forums and symposia in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Amsterdam, Florence, Florida, Hong Kong, Adelaide, Stockholm, Lisbon, Vilnius, etc.
The main research directions are noise mitigation, acoustic barriers, environmental protection.
N.V. Tyurina participated in the development of measures for noise reduction at the ring road sections, Western high-speed diameter, the bridge across the Serny Island in Saint-Petersburg, the alternate to Kurortny Avenue in Sochi, the high-speed Moscow-Saint-Petersburg highway, bypass of the city of Khabarovsk and other facilities.
She is a member of the Organizing Committees of the congresses and research to practice conferences in the field of acoustics and ecology held in St. Petersburg, including the fourth (1996) and eleventh (2002) International Congresses on Sound and Vibration, a member of the Scientific Committee of the research to practice conference with international participation ‘Protection from increased noise and vibration’, a programme chairman of the 21st International Conference of the Audio Engineering Society, the workshop ‘Sea ports ecology’.
She is a member of the BSTU ‘VOENMEH’ Dissertation Defence Board in the specialties of ‘Acoustics’ and ‘Occupational safety and health in mechanical engineering’.
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor of technosphere safety department, Deputy Head of research and development office of the FSBEI HPO ‘Izhevsk State Technical University’ named after M.T.Kalashnikov.
Alexander Tyurin is the author of more than 80 scientific publications, co-author of 4 manuals, 1 monograph, 13 patents for inventions and utility models in the field of noise protection. He presented the main results of scientific research at All-Russian conferences and forums with international participation in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Tula, Rostov-on-Don, Izhevsk.
Alexander Tyurin is the member of the scientific conferences organizing committees in the field of ecology held in St. Petersburg – All-Russian research and practice conferences with international participation ‘Protection from excessive noise and vibration’ (2013, 2015). He is the Deputy Chairman and member of the organizing committees of more than 8 scientific conferences with the relevant technosphere safety sections held in the Udmurt Republic, including the international on-line conference ‘Energy efficiency, energy conservation and sustainable development’.
Research areas: acoustics, mathematical modeling, measurements, noise protection using active and passive resources.
Alexander Tyurin is the Director of research projects supported by the Funds providing grants: ‘Development of efficient algorithms for signal processing in the means of acoustic fields active control’, ‘Development of hardware and software for noise reduction of ventilation systems’, ‘Development of active noise protection tools’, ‘Development of the theoretical basis for assessment of the bi-resonance honeycomb structures sound absorption based on experimental studies’, ‘Optimization of occupational safety facilities for munition experts in the closed-type shooting galleries’.
Alexander Tyurin is the author of courses of subjects delivered to the students of the Russian-Egyptian University (Egypt, Badr City): ‘Vital Activity Safety’, ‘Polution Control’, ‘Engineering Measurement’.
Alexander Tyurin is a member of the International Group ‘100 Innovators’ of the Moscow International Forum ‘Open Innovation 2013’.
Yuri Pavlovich Scheviev, Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Doctor of Engineering Science, Head of Acoustics and Sound Engineering Department, Dean, Professor of the St.Petersburg State University of Film and Television
Yuri Pavlovich is the author of the monographs ‘Physical principles of architectural acoustics’, ‘Analysis and synthesis of noise-reducing structures’, ‘Hardware-based methods of studying the sound field in the buildings’, ‘Acoustic radiation of the structural elements’, etc. A total of 10 monographs.
He has written over 150 articles, as well as the textbook ‘Acoustics’.
Veteran of Labor, Honorary cinematographer of Russia, Honored Worker of Higher School of Russia.
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Chief Researcher at the Research Institute of Construction Physics, Professor of the Moscow State University of Printing Arts named after Ivan Fyodorov.
Ilya Tsukernikov is corresponding member of the Metrological Academy, Adviser of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Science, winner of the Russian Government award for science and technology for young scientists (authoring team leader) in 2014.
More than 30 national and interstate standards and other regulatory technical documents in the field of measurement, evaluation and traffic flows and vehicle noise control, city noise monitoring, building acoustics were developed and put into operation by Ilya Tsukernikov or under his supervision.
Ilya Tsukernikov is the author of over 300 scientific publications, including monographs, textbooks, a section in the encyclopedia ‘Ekometriya’. He presented the main results of scientific research at the international conferences in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Canada, China, the Netherlands, Portugal, the United States, Czechoslovakia, Sweden and other countries.
Ilya Tsukernikov is a member of the Russian Acoustical Society, the Acoustical Society of America, the European Acoustic Association. He is the Honorary Scientist of Europe, the representative of the Russian Federation in the Committee for the elaboration of the international noise control policy at the International Institute of Noise Control (USA), a member of the Global Directory of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Yuri Iosifovich Elkin, Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Moscow, Russia
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor of the Technogenic Safety Department of the Moscow State Automobile and Road Construction Technical University (MADI).
Full member (Academician) of the International Academy of Sciences for Environmental Studies, Health and Safety (MANEB), ‘Health and Safety’ section.
Yuri Iosifovich is the author of 61 scientific papers, including 2 copyright certificates for the invention.
Permanent Member of the Scientific Committee, Chairman of breakout sessions and participant of the all-Russian Science to Practice conferences with international participation ‘Protection from excessive noise and vibration” 2009-2017
Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Head of Department of Food production equipment of the Donetsk National University of Economics and Trade named after Mikhail Tugan-Baranovsky.
Igor Zapletnikov is the Academician of the International Academy of Refrigeration, a member of the International Institute of Sound and Vibration (IIAV). He is the author of more than 400 scientific studies, including 12 monographs, 10 textbooks and teaching aids. Igor Zapletnikov is the author of the RAS encyclopedia section, 8 reports on international symposiums in Sweden, Portugal, South Korea, Egypt, Russia, Lithuania, 51 patents and certificates of authorship. He is the author of the discovery.
Igor Zapletnikov has trained 15 Ph.D.s of Engineering Science and 2 Doctors of Engineering Science.
Research interests: vibroacoustics equipment, its monitoring, calculation and design.
Chen Lie is Doctor of Engineering, Professor-level Senior Engineer, Adjunct Professor of Southwest Jiaotong University, Deputy Chief Engineer of China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group (CREEC). Member of the Board of Directors of the Bridge and Structural Engineering Branch of the China Civil Engineering Society, Deputy Director of the Bridge Professional Committee of the Engineering Branch of the China Railway Society, Member of the Bridge Committee of the Mao Yisheng Science and Technology Education Foundation and widely-known master of Engineering Design of Sichuan Province. Mr. Chen is also deputy chief engineer of bridge design and high-speed rail design in China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group (CREEC), chief consultant of high-speed railway engineering consulting and project director of Russian “Moscow-Kazan” high-speed railway project (in area of responsibility of CREEC),has played an important role in development of high-speed railway design, long-span bridge design, bridge seismic stability technology, high-speed railway noise control technology.
Chen Lie was survey and design chief engineer of Wuhan-Guangzhou high-speed railway project at Shaoguan-Huadu section, Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway at Yunnan-Guizhou section, Russian “Moscow-Kazan” high-speed railway project survey and design project manager ((in area of responsibility of CREEC)). Chief Engineer of China’s many long-distance trunk railway and high-speed railway bridge. General consultant for Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway, Beijing-Shijiazhuang high-speed railway, Shijiazhuang-Zhengzhou high-speed railway, Zhengzhou-Wuhan high-speed railway, Hunan section of Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway, Ganxin section of Lanzhou-Xinjiang high-speed railway, Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong high-speed railway, Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity, Heifei-Fuzhou high-speed railway, and Jilin-Kunmin high-speed railway.
Chen Lie has leaded a number of major bridge technology research, bridge seismic stability technology research, and high-speed railway sound barrier design research. The main representative projects are: In 1994 for the first time in Chinese railway history designed continuous rigid frame Xijiuxi Great Bridge at Nanning-Kunming Railway. In 2003 for the first time in Chinese railway history designed the high-speed railway low truss steel tied arch bridge at Fuzhou-Xiamen high-speed railway (mentioning Lanxi Bridge and Qiuhou Bridge). In 2008,for the first time in Chinese railway history applied bridge seismic stability technology system at Chengdu-Dujiangyan passenger railway and the Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway line at Yungui section. It laid the foundation for the wide application of seismic stability technology in railway bridges.
Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway Beipanjiang Bridge set a number of world records, representing the highest level of arch bridge construction and becoming the symbol of China’s high-speed railway. In the process of work over Wuhan-Guangzhou high-speed railway Shaoguan-Huadu section design, Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail, etc., Chen Lie made important contributions to the establishment of high-speed railway technical standards, design optimization, technological innovation, etc.; He has done a lot of groundbreaking work and created conditions for further cooperation between China and Russia as a Chinese head of design of “Moscow-Kazan” high-speed railway project. Mr. Chen has written and published a number of scientific works: “High-speed Railway Steel Tie Arch Bridge”, “Modern Railway Engineering Consulting – Theory and Practice”, “Railway Seismic Stability Technology”, “Morden Railway Engineering Consultation -Methods and Practices (English Version)”. Participated in the “Summaryof Wuhan-Guangzhou Railway Passenger Line Project”, “Long-span Railway Bridge (University Textbook)”, “China High-speed Railway Bridge”, “China High-speed Railway Bridge Album I”, “High-speed Railway Construction Technology Design Volume”, “English-Chinese Railroad Passenger Lines Commonly Used Vocabulary”, “Chinese-English English-Chinese Railway Vocabulary”.
Translation and publication of “German Railway Accidents Memorabilia”. He has published more than80 academic papers in national and provincial core journals. In 2017, was honored with the National May 1st Labor Medal (most significant labor award in China), in 2008 honored with Ministry of Railways Medal, in 2013 honored with China Construction Enterprise Management Association award, scientific and technological innovation advanced individual award, in 2016 honored with Sichuan Provincial State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission advanced individual award. In 2011 got Special Prize for Excellent Engineering Design of the Ministry of Railways, 1st Prize for Engineering Survey and Design of Sichuan Province in 2011 and 2012, and 1st Prize for Scientifc Innovation Achievements of China Construction Enterprise Management Association in 2013 and 2016.
Professor and lecturer (on a contract basis) at the University of Florence. Honorary Visiting Professor at the Urals State University of Communications (USURT) in Yekaterinburg. Visiting professor at the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art (London, England). Florence, Italy
Head of the Course “Acoustics and control of transport noise” in UNISER (Pistoia, Italy).
President and Technical Director of the certified company “VIE EN.RO.SE. Ingegneria”, working in the field of acoustics, engineering ecology and occupational health.
Professor Sergio Luzzi is a member of the Executive Council of the European Acoustic Association (EAA) and product manager for Documenta Acustica, information about the EEA and the product distributor and member of the State Council of the Italian Occupational Hygienists Association (AIDII).
He has served as chairman and member of the boards of various scientific societies since 1998, as chairman and member of the scientific and organizational committee of several national and international conferences and events since 1998, as guest speaker at various national and international congresses and conferences on acoustics, noise protection and occupational health.
Professor Sergio Luzzi was the General President of the International Congress on Sound and Vibration, held in Florence in 2015, organized by the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV) and the Acoustical Institute Society in Italy (AIA, Acoustical Society of Italy) in cooperation with the University of Florence (DIEF) and IMAMOTER (Research Institute of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR)).
As the director of VIE EN.RO.SE. Ingegneria, one of the leading international consulting companies (certified in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008), specializing in the field of environment and civil engineering, Professor Sergio Luzzi was the head and manager in a number of national and international consulting companies. He gained wide and long experience, led national and international projects related to the environment, construction and acoustics of premises, occupational health and safety and environment, sustainable development and systems management for large private companies and public institutions. As Principal Consultant for Acoustic Mapping and Urban Planning and Infrastructure, he gained extensive experience in developing noise reduction plans and noise control plans that include all types of noise reduction design in difficult environments, taking into account traffic noise and noise industrial areas.
Professor Sergio Luzzi was the scientific and technical director of the project IPA2009 OSH EASTNET project, funded by the EU; technical manager of the project LIFE + 2008 HUSH project, funded by the EU; technical manager of the project LIFE + 2010 QUADMAP project, funded by the EU, dedicated to planning activities and quiet areas.
He is the scientific director of the OSHNET SCHOOL School of Occupational Safety and Health Network, which provides highly certified education in the field of occupational health, actively working in Italy, Turkey and the Balkan countries.
He is the author of 7 books, the editor of several books of congresses and over 200 scientific works in the field of applied acoustics, noise protection and occupational health.
Malcolm Crocker, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, has been awarded the 2017 Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Established in 1987, the award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of noise control and acoustics, including practical applications benefiting the mechanical engineering discipline. It is named in honor of Per Bruel, a Danish academic and inventor who was a pioneer in acoustics and acoustic instrumentation.
Crocker was selected to receive the medal “for promoting international collaboration, education and the dissemination of knowledge in noise control and acoustics through the formation of professional organizations, the establishment of journals and congress series and the creation of reference volumes for practitioners,” according to ASME.
“Throughout his career, Malcolm has distinguished himself as one of the world’s foremost experts in acoustics and vibration,” said Jeff Suhling, chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. “This award is a crowning achievement for Malcolm and signifies just how important his contributions have been to the discipline and to Auburn University.”
A native of England, Crocker earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Southampton and his doctorate from the University of Liverpool. He joined Auburn University in 1983 as professor and head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering following a 14-year career on the faculty of Purdue University. Crocker served as department head until 1990, when he was named distinguished university professor. He retired from Auburn in 2011.
During his career, Crocker served as editor of leading journals and was editor-in-chief of three books. In addition to his many awards, Crocker has also received three honorary doctorates.
The medal will be presented at the 2017 ASME Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition in Tampa, Florida, this November. Crocker will be the 25th person nationally to receive the award.
Director of the Institute of Agricultural and Earth-Moving Machinery (IMAMOTER-CNR) in Ferrara and leader of the IMAMOTER Research Group working in the Acoustic and Vibration subject area.
She developed a wide and long lasting experience, leading national and international research projects regarding machinery noise control and occupational and environmental health and safety. Her current activity concerns the product sound quality applied to machinery.
She has been an active member of the International Institute of Acoustic and Vibration (IIAV) for many years and currently she is serving IIAV as President Elect.
Eleonora Carletti has been one of the General Chairs of ICSV22, the International Congress on Sound and Vibration, held in Florence in 2015, organized by IIAV (International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration) and AIA (Acoustical Society of Italy) in collaboration with University of Florence (DIEF) and CNR (IMAMOTER Institute).
Currently she is member of the Expert Noise Group for the control of the noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors at the European Commission (DG GROWTH) and represents the National Research Council of Italy:
a) as a member of the Directive Board and of the Executive Board of the Italian National Organization for Standardization (UNI);
b) as a deputy member in the Board of International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM).
She is a member of the Editorial Board of The International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics (JOSE) and of the International Journal “Archives of Acoustics”.
Eleonora Carletti published some chapters of books and more than 200 scientific papers in International Scientific Journals and Proceedings of International conferences.
Professor of Acoustics and Vibration at Loughborough University, UK. Victor was educated in Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University (Russia), obtaining his PhD in Physics and Mathematics (with specialisation in Acoustics) in 1981 and DSc in the same disciplines in 1989. He joined the staff of Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University as Research Scientist in 1980 and later was promoted to Senior Research Scientist. During this time Victor visited University of Edinburgh in 1990-1991 as an SERC Visiting Fellow. In 1993 Victor moved to Nottingham Trent University as Professor of Acoustics, and in 2001 he joined Loughborough University as Professor of Acoustics and Vibration.
His main contributions are in the fields of Physical acoustics, Surface acoustic waves, Localised elastic waves in complex structures, Laser ultrasonics, Acoustic emission, Railway- and road-generated ground vibrations, Low-frequency noise and vibration, Structure-borne vehicle interior noise, Damping of structural vibrations using the acoustic black hole effect. He has authored, co-authored and edited five books and more than 300 journal and conference papers. In 1984 he was awarded the Highest National Young Scientists Award of the former USSR (Lenin Komsomol Prize). In the year 2000 he was awarded the Rayleigh Medal from the UK Institute of Acoustics. Victor is a fellow of the Institute of Acoustics, a member of the Acoustical Society of America, and a member of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society. He serves in the Editorial Boards of the journals ‘Applied Acoustics’ and ‘Journal of Sound and Vibration’
Ph.D. of Engineering Science, Assistant Professor of Environment and Safety chair of the Baltic State Technical University ‘VOENMEH’ named after D.F. Ustinov
Deputy CEO of the LLC (OOO) ‘Acoustic Design Institute’.
Aleksandr Shashurin is the author of over 40 scientific publications and the co-author of textbooks and teaching aids, the author of 6 patents for noise control devices. He presented the main results of scientific research at the international conferences in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Samara.
Aleksandr Shashurin is a member of the organizing committees of conferences and seminars in the field of acoustics and ecology held in St. Petersburg and Moscow.
Aleksandr Shashurin is a specialist in calculation and design of noise barriers, noise reduction at production facilities, soundproof booths design and others.
Directly Aleksandr Shashurin or under his supervision were developed and implemented project solutions for noise control at such objects as the areas ‘Western High-speed Diameter’ (St. Petersburg), Ring Road areas (St. Petersburg), Speed toll road (Moscow-Saint Petersburg), sections of the road ‘Kholmogory’ from Moscow to Arkhangelsk, Moscow to Rostov-on-Don, bypassing the city of Sochi, sections of the railway ring road of Moscow and others.
Ing. Jana Dolejší the editor – in- chief of journal AKUSTIKA( ISSN 1801 – 9064) published by the company Studio D – akustika s.r.o.
Journal AKUSTIKA has been in Scopus database (Elsevier B.V.) and in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
Owner of the company named Studio D – akustika .
Jana Dolejší is the author of scientific papers especially about acoustics of historic theatres. We have studied acoustical parameters in 4 baroque theatres in Český Krumlov ( Czech Republic) , Drottningholm (Sweden), Litomyšl (The Czech republic) and Gotha ( Germany) and 1 Rococo theatre in Weitra (Austria).
Jana Dolejší has been a specialist in the field of building and room acoustics.
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