Formed in 1963, the Institute is committed to improving our understanding of acoustics and vibration and their impact on the wellbeing of the community and the quality and performance of engineering products.
The ISVR is renowned for its contributions to reducing noise and vibration in engineering applications - rail and aircraft noise for example - but also for fundamental work on understanding how humans hear sounds and process this information.
MSc Sound and Vibration Studies
challenging course in sound, vibration and signal processing
Aircraft engine noise; source imaging; ultrasonics; underwater acoustics; virtual acoustics.