PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE

        The conference will be held in the form of plenary and breakout sessions, which will consider ways to solve fundamental scientific and engineering problems of vibroacoustics, in particular:

  • Processes of sound and vibration generation and transmission in complex engineering systems and structures;
  • Physical nature of  noise generation  of mechanical, aerodynamic and hydrodynamic noise sources;
  • Processes of noise  and vibration attenuation using resonance techniques;
  • Physical nature of noise attenuation by the main noise and vibration reduction systems, including noise-reducing mufflers, acoustic (noise) barriers, volumetric  sound absorbers, three-dimensional sound-insulating devices, etc;
  • Study of the nature and character of diffuse and quasi-diffuse sound fields formed in closed and semiclosed volumes;
  • Scientific basis for predicting vibroacoustic perfomance of the machines, plants and units;
  • The scientific basis for developing noise mitigation measures using information modeling techniques;
  • Scientific basis for creating predictive maps of urban noise;
  • Development of analytical methods for assessing the behavior of sound and vibration fields, etc. 

      The scientific programme of the conference covers the achievements of recent years and the best practices of applying new solutions in the field of vibroacoustics.

     Conference proceedings will find their practical application in acoustic calculations and in the design of noise protection systems, including architectural and construction methods, in mapping the urban noise and its subsequent monitoring, reducing vehicle noise and vibration (road, rail, aviation), in mechanical engineering and shipbuilding.

      The programme of the conference also includes a  training seminar, the participants of which will receive a document of the standard form about professional development. In addition, an exhibition of the latest means of noise  and vibration protection, equipment for acoustic measurements, software will be organized. 

Day 1

19th March
  • Registration of participants

  • Conference opening

  • Plenary meetings

  • Buffet lunch

  • Exhibition

Day 2

20th March
  • Breakout sessions

  • Competition for young professionals

  • Cultural program

  • Exhibition

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Day 3

21st March
  • Training workshop

  • Conference findings summary

  • Certificates awarding

  • Exhibition

  • Conference closing

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COMPETITION for YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

The winners of nomination ‘Young acoustician’

1st place – Soboleva Polina  Valerievna (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

2nd place – Nzelengenge Tambiki Junior (Kumamoto, Japan)

3rd place – Ashirov Artem Nailevich (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

The winners of nomination ‘Acoustic thought’

1st place – Rekadze Pavel Dmitrievich (Samara, Russia)

2nd place – Sekacheva Antonina Andreevna (Ekaterinburg, Russia)

3rd place – Kralicek Jan (Prague, Czech Republic)

Dear colleagues!

        We announce a competition for the best project among young professionals.

We present two nominations to your attention:

‘Young acoustician’ for the best project among Bachelors/Masters;

‘Acoustic thought’ for the Best project among postgraduate students

The winners are awarded the prize of the 7th All-Russian research to practice conference with international participation ‘Protection against excessive noise and vibration’ and a cash prize from the organizer of the conference Acoustic Design Institute:

‘Young acoustician’        1st place – 6 000 rubles.

                                                   2nd place – 5 000 rubles.

                                                   3rd place – 3 000 rubles.

‘Acoustic thought’

                                                    1st place – 15 000 rubles.

                                                    2nd place – 10 000 rubles.

                                                    3rd place – 5 000 rubles.

To participate in the competition, you have to send materials and an APPLICATION to the address secretary2019@noisetp.com before 1st March 2019 marked ‘participation in the competition’ (or when registering on the website choose ‘I want to participate in the competition’)

Articles for publication in the scientific journals, designed in accordance with the requirements, are admitted strictly before 1st March 2019.

All papers will be evaluated by the Commission on a 100-point system. Evaluation of the paper is based on the following criteria:

  1. Relevance (demand for the idea in the modern world) [1-20 points]
  2. Literacy of the idea description (spelling) [1 – 20 points]
  3. Novelty (application of the new technologies, uniqueness, comparison with existing methods/means) [1-20 points]
  4. Presentation (knowledge of the topic, answers to questions, using graphs, tables, photo/video materials, full-scale demonstration) [1-20 points]
  5. Economic benefits (low-cost/requires serious investments/brings income) [1-20 points]

The Commission consists of:

       The Commission Chairman Nickolay  Ivanov

  1. Valery Svetlov
  2. Iuliia Rassoshenko
  3. Sergio Luzzi
  4. Andrey Vasiliev
  5. Aleksandr Tyurin