With rapid urbanisation, noise pollution is a growing concern amongst residents. In Singapore, there is a concerted effort by various government agencies to look into ways of creating highly liveable residential areas through mitigating noise nuisances arising from higher density developments. The result is improved physical comfort levels in the built environment. This lecture brings together five experts in active noise control (ANC) and sound sensing from the UK, Japan, USA and Singapore. They will address the issues relating to ANC implementation and showcase the successful deployment of ANC and acoustic sensing technologies.
Topics to be presented include:
- Physical Principles and Practical Applications of ANC
- ANC by Decentralised System
- Active Acoustic Window
- Noisy Vehicle Surveillance Camera
- Drive-by City-Scale Environmental Noise Mapping
- Subjective Annoyance Evaluations of Singapore Urban Noise Database
This PSS session is hosted by NEA’s Singapore Environment Institute (SEI), and co-organised with Nanyang Technological University’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering as well as NEA’s Environmental Technology Office (ETO).
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
- Prof Stephen Elliott, University of Southampton, UK
- Prof Masaharu Nishimura, Tottori University, Japan
- Dr Gan Woon Seng, Nanyang Technological University
- Dr Douglas L Jones, Advanced Digital Sciences Centre (ADSC) / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Dr Zhou Huan, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), A*STAR
DATE: 3 December 2015
TIME: 1.30pm – 5.00pm
VENUE: MND Auditorium, MND Building Annexe A, 9 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069112
FEE: Complimentary (All interested participants are required to register online to reserve a seat.)
REGISTRATION: To register, please click here.
ENQUIRIES: Please contact SEI at 1800-2255632 or email@example.com_seicustomer@nea.gov.sg.
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