New Acoustics Professor Joins U Hartford Engineering
I'm delighted to announce that Eoin King, Ph.D. has joined the Mechanical Engineering Department as our newest Professor. Dr. King is a 2008 graduate of Trinity College, Ireland, where he studied environmental acoustics. Subsequent to earning his Ph.D., he formed a joint consulting company and developed strategic noise maps for all major roads in Ireland. As a result, his firm was awarded the Innovation Voucher from Enterprise Ireland. He has taught undergraduate classes at Trinity College Dublin, The Dublin Institute of Technology, as well as Coordinator for the Institute of Acoustics’ tutored distance learning Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control. An avid musician and guitarist, Dr. King is excited about his move to the United States and starting here at U. of Hartford Acoustics. So are we!
Acoustics Student wins Fulbright and Martin Scholarship
Miles Aron (B.S.E. in Acoustical Engineering & Music '13), not only received one of the University of Hartford’s highest awards at this year’s Commencement, the John G. Martin Scholarship to Oxford University, but has also been awarded one of the world’s most prestigious educational honors, a Fulbright scholarship. Read more here.
Dr. Bob Celmer appears on local radio program
Dr. Bob Celmer, Program Director of our UHartford Acoustics Program, was a guest on a recent installment of The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR 90.5 FM. The subject was "exploring the role of sound in everyday life and the line that differentiates sound from noise". The podcast can be downloaded here.
B.S.E. Acoustical Engineering Program attains ABET Accreditation
Our B.S.E. Acoustical Engineering and Music degree program has received full ABET accreditation to 2016. This is a new accreditation, which joins our re-accredited B.S.M.E. with Acoustics Concentration program. We are excited to have both Acoustic programs attain this national certification. ABET accreditation is the established benchmark for undergraduate engineering programs in the United States.
Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Anechoic Chamber Dedicated
The Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Anechoic Chamber was dedicated recently at a ceremony in our UH Acoustics Engineering Laboratory. Click here to read more about this memorable event.
Acoustics Program Featured in National Trade Magazine
Hartford's Acoustics Program and Laboratory was featured in a recent issue of Sound & Vibration Magazine, including the cover! The full article can be read here.