Waiting for the 47th National Conference, AIA proposes “Waiting for Matera …” an interesting cycle of free educational seminars, in webinar mode. This webinar cycle is one of the initiatives of the International Year of Sound 2020-2021.
The program includes 12 events (6 in autumn and 6 in spring) which will be held on some Fridays of each month during the lunch break, from 13.30 to 14.30.
The speakers will mainly be young researchers and professionals, experts in acoustics and in other disciplines related to the study of sound.
We will start by talking about soundscape during the lockdown and global comfort at the time of COVID, then moving on to acoustics in school environments and the design of spaces for teaching, through the introduction of new technical tools such as machine-learning and regulatory tools such as UNI 11532-2: 2020. We will then discuss noise in densely occupied places, restaurants and wind farms, sensor and monitoring networks, virtual reality simulations and applications, wooden buildings, acoustic metamaterials, vibroacoustic methods for elastic/viscoelastic characterization. of materials and structures, of performance-based design; issues related to the most recent developments in applied acoustics.
The events are free for AIA Members and Non-Members. The issue of professional training credits is not foreseen.
Each webinar, lasting one hour, will be structured according to an interactive format between speakers and participants.
The fourth in the 2nd cycle, the 10th overall, is:
Friday 9 April 2021, 1.30-2.30 pm, “The complex issue of wind noise: recognition, low frequencies and influencing factors of its perception.”
Moderator: Francesco Asdrubali
Scientific committee / organizer on behalf of AIA: Arianna Astolfi, Francesco Asdrubali, Sergio Luzzi, Francesco Martellotta
Organisation Responsible: AIA
Contact: Simona Senesi, at email@example.com
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