Research Videos

The University of Texas at Austin regularly conducts research in many different areas of acoustics.
Below are some featured projects.

Ph.D. Student Gabe Venegas describes his trip to the New England Mud Patch to collect cores or sediment samples of the muddy ocean bottom.

Graduate Student Matt Zeh discusses his research in glacier acoustics:

Graduate Student Randy Williams discusses his research in Acoustic MEMS:

Graduate Student Dan Hemme discusses his research in the acoustics of screw chillers in HVAC systems:

Graduate Student Jay Johnson discusses his research in the acoustics of coffee bean roasting:

Graduate Student Matt Zeh discusses his research in acoustics of ocean infauna:

Graduate Students Fiona Cheung and Matt Zeh design a “Silent Room” with¬†Dutch London-based Artist Simon Heijdens¬†to be featured at SXSW 2016.

Silent Room Heijdens outside

Silent Room 2016
Photo credit: simonheijdens.com

Third year Doctor of Audiology student Laura Coco demonstrates
UT Austin and UTSA’s Teleaudiology Program.

Third year Doctor of Audiology student Laura Coco discusses her research on portable audiometers.

Dr. Charles E. Tinney and Graduate Student Andres Canchero research
the large acoustic loads on rocket nozzles.

Dr. Preston Wilson, Dr. Kevin Lee and UT Graduate Laura Tseng design
a device to reduce noise pollution in our oceans.

Dr. Kevin Lee and Dr. Preston Wilson’s research on using air bubbles for noise mitigation in the ocean.

Dr. Neal Hall works to develop a microphone inspired by the hearing organ of a fly to improve ear pieces.