The Noise, Vibration and Harshness–Sound Quality Research Group, as an entity within the Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, has a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in education, research and partnership with industry as it pertains to noise and vibration control and sound quality. Successfully accomplishing these goals is ensured through the following activities:

  • Education of undergraduate and graduate students in the fundamentals of environmental, industrial and transportation noise and sound quality.
  • Conducting innovative research in noise attenuation techniques including active noise control as well as more traditional approaches.
  • Continuing research in leading edge applications of sound quality and psychoacoustic analyses.
  • Fostering positive relationships with industrial partners by providing unique services through technology transfer and research.

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CBC’s The National – May 19, 2009

CBC Windsor News – May 22, 2009

AutoInnovations Article – June 2009