Groupe d'Acoustique de L'UNIversité de Sherbrooke

EXPERTISE

Acoustics, Vibrations and beyond...

Vibroacoustics

GAUS researchers develop vibroacoustic modelling tools with the aim to minimize noise radiation and transmission from structures, such as fuselage or car chassis.

ACOUSTIC MATERIALS

GAUS researchers develop models and experimental techniques to characterize the acoustic performance of sound absorbing materials.

Active control

GAUS researchers develop and implement active approaches for noise control, consisting in superimposing over a disturbing field a secondary field to create silence.

ULTRASOUND

Les chercheurs du GAUS développent et mettent en œuvre des techniques d’inspection par ultrasons (ondes de volume et ondes guidées) pour des applications en Contrôle Non-Destructif, Surveillance embarquée de structures et imagerie médicale.

Imaging

GAUS researchers develop and implement imaging techniques to characterize acoustic sources or ultrasound reflectors.

Wave field synthesis and Sound quality

GAUS researchers implement techniques to characterize and modify the perception of acoustic and vibration fields with the goal to improve the comfort.

TEAM

5 Professors, 6 Research Associates, 2 Technicians and more than 50 students
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Noureddine ATALLA

eng., Ph. D.
Full Professor
Acoustics & Vibrations – Finite Element Method – Boundary Element Method – Statistical Energy Analysis – Porous Materials – Composite and sandwich panels – Noise Control
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Alain BERRY

eng., Ph. D.
Full Professor
Director of the GAUS
Acoustics & Vibration – Structural Acoustics – Mathematical modelling – Active control – Piezoelectric transducers – Finite Element Method – Smart structures – Sound quality – Wave Field Synthesis
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Patrice MASSON

eng., Ph. D.
Full Professor
Director of the 3rd cycle formation
Active noise control – Active vibration control – Biomedical devices – Control strategies – Imaging algorithms – Laser micro-machining – MEMS – Micro-fabrication – Piezoelectric devices – Smart materials
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Philippe MICHEAU

eng., Ph. D.
Full Professor
Active noise control – Active vibration control – Biomedical devices – Total liquid ventilation – Virtual Impedances – Mechatronics – Control strategies – Piezoelectric devices – Smart materials
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Raymond PANNETON

eng., Ph. D.
Full Professor
Porous materials – Passive noise control – Absorbing materials – Sound transmission – Transfer Matrix characterization – Finite Element Modeling – Impedance tube – Xray micro-tomography

NEWS

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