Research Unit Profile
The Acoustics Program at the University of Texas is an interdisciplinary area of teaching and research. It includes basic acoustical wave theory, ultrasonics, underwater sound, transducers, nonlinear acoustics, noise and noise control, and environmental acoustics.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Wilson, Preston||Mechanical Engineering||-Acoustics -Underwater Acoustics -Physical Acoustics -Novel Experimental Techniques and -Transduction -Acoustic Propagation and Scattering in Multiphase Media …|
|Hamilton, Mark||Mechanical Engineering||-Nonlinear Surface Waves -High-intensity Ultrasonics -Numerical Modeling of Finite Amplitude Sound Dr. Hamilton's expertise is in physical acoustics, particularly in the areas of …|
|Haberman, Michael||Mechanical Engineering||Elastic and acoustic wave propagation in complex media, new transduction materials, nondestructive testing, and acoustic transducers; Modeling and characterization of composite materials and …|
|Blackstock, David||Mechanical Engineering||-High-intensity Sound -Sonic Booms and Noise -Medical Ultrasonics Dr. Blackstock's research is in physical acoustics, particularly nonlinear acoustics.|