Inaugural lecture "Sound Connections"
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 AT 4PM
TU/e, AUDITORIUM, BLAUWE ZAAL
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In engineering, acoustics connects seemingly unrelated worlds. Although
engineered systems are very diverse (think of a toothbrush and a cruise
ship, for example), noise generation is governed by the same basic
principles and can be controlled by applying similar solutions. The
challenges in engineering acoustics require knowing, understanding
and exploiting these common aspects in order to reach new findings.
In her inaugural lecture, Ines Lopez Arteaga will describe these sound
connections and discuss the implications for her research.
Furthermore, she will share her passion for educational innovation
and her views on the role of universities in a connected society.
More information about the lecture you can find here.