Programme

The NOVEM 2023 programme will comprise Contributed Papers, Keynote Forums and various Special Sessions. Selected papers will be invited to contribute to Special Issues of international journals.

 

OVERVIEW

TIME (NZD)
SESSION
7.45am Registration opens
8.30am Opening Ceremony and Mihi Whakatau
9.00am Concurrent Session 1
10.30am Morning Tea
11.00am Keynote Forum 1
1.00pm Lunch
1.45pm Concurrent Session 2
3.15pm Afternoon Tea
3.35pm Concurrent Session 3
6.00pm Welcome Reception – Waitematā Harbour Cruise
TIME (NZD)
SESSION
8.15am Registration opens
9.00am Concurrent Session 4
10.30am Morning Tea
11.00am Keynote Forum 2
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Concurrent Session 5
3.30pm Afternoon Tea
4.00pm Concurrent Session 6
6.30pm Gala Dinner (ticketed)
TIME (NZD)
SESSION
8.15am Registration opens
9.00am Concurrent Session 7
10.30am Morning Tea
11.00am Keynote Forum 3
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Concurrent Session 8
3.30pm Conference Closing Session

Contributed Papers

Contributed papers are invited in areas relating to noise and vibration modelling, control, design and measurement including:

1. Acoustic metamaterials for noise control
2. Big data and machine learning in noise and vibroacoustics
3. Building acoustics
4. Characterisation and identification
5. Demonstrators (real-time demonstrations of methods, techniques and systems)
6. Engineered materials for noise and vibration control
7. Failures and disasters in noise and vibration research
8. Flow and duct acoustics
9. Human response and subjective acoustics
10. Modelling and numerical methods
11. Noise and vibration control
12. Signal processing and analysis
13. Sound field control
14. Sound radiation and transmission
15. Structure-borne sound
16. Uncertainty and variability
17. Vibroacoustics
18. Waves
19. Other

Keynote Forums

These represent current major scientific challenges and focuses of research activity related to noise and vibration. Keynote Forums for NOVEM 2023 concern:

  • Sound field control
  • Engineered materials for noise and vibration control
  • Big data and machine learning in vibration and acoustics
 
The Keynote Forums subject areas, Convenors, Chairs and Speakers are as follows:
 
 
Big data and machine learning in vibration and acoustics

Convenor: Steffen Marburg, Technical University of Munich
Chair: Amanda Hanford, Penn State
Speakers: Keith Worden, University of Sheffield: Big data for vibration diagnostics, Wenjing Ye, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology: Design based on big data, Kyle B Gustafson, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock

 
 
Sound field control

Convenor: Jeong-Guon Ih, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Chair: Yang-Hann Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Speakers: Efren Fernandez-Grande, Technical University of Denmark: Large-scale capture and modelling of acoustic fields; Filippo Fazi, University of Southampton: Sound field reproduction: theory and applications; Suichi Sakamoto , Tohoku University, Japan;

 
Engineered materials for noise and vibration control

Convenor: Roberto Arruda, University of Campinas
Chair: Morvan Ouisse, FEMTO-ST
Speakers: Kon-Well Wang, University of Michigan, François Gautier, Université du Maine, TBC

 

Special Sessions

Special Sessions are planned on focused areas relevant to the conference, including the Keynote Forum themes. Other sessions proposed to date include:

  • Acoustic metamaterials for noise control
  • Building acoustics
  • Demonstrators (real-time demonstrations of methods, techniques and systems)
  • Failures and disasters in noise and vibration research

Special Issues of Journals

Special Issues and topics currently planned include the following:

  • Acta Acustica: Engineered materials for noise and vibration control
  • Aerotecnica Missili e Spazio (Springer): New themes for vibroacoustics in qerospace
  • Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (SAGE): Metastructures for vibroacoustics
  • Journal of Theoretical and Computational Acoustics: Computational acoustics
  • Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (Elsevier): Machine learning in vibroacoustics

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Registrations Now Open

What's New

  • NOVEM 2021 postponed to 10-12 January 2023
  • Calling for abstracts, submit today!
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Key Dates

Submissions

Submission Portal: Now Open

Non Peer-Reviewed Papers
Abstract Deadline (200 words): 31 July 2022

Peer-Reviewed Papers
Abstract Deadline (200 words):30 June 2022

Registration

Registration Opens: 18 March 2022

Payment for Authors Closes: 23 Oct 2022

Early Bird Closes: 1 Nov 2022