In the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Université de Sherbrooke, several professors and researchers are pooling complementary expertise in acoustics and vibration in a University research center, the Acoustics Group of the Université de Sherbrooke (GAUS).
This pooling of expertise and infrastructure provides an environment conducive to research, technology transfer and specialized training in acoustics and vibration. For the training component, several courses are for undergraduate and graduate students in engineering who wish to specialize in this area.
This paper presents the various training courses in acoustics and vibration that are offered by the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Université de Sherbrooke, and an overview of the related main teaching activities.
- GMC 720 : Fundamental acoustics.
- GMC 721 : Vibroacoustics of structures.
- GMC 722 : Numerical methods for fluid-structure interactions.
- GMC 723 : Active control of noise and vibration.
- GMC 729 : Aeroacoustics.
- GMC 724 : Structural Health Monitoring of aerospace structures.
- GMC 712 : Signal processing of experimental data.
- GMC 746 : Aerospace structures: experimental approach
- GMC 705 : Specialized study.
For more information about these courses, see the following document: Formations universitaires en acoustique et en contrôle du bruit à l’Université de Sherbrooke.