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Mr Joseph John Milton BEng Acoustical Engineering

Postgraduate Research Student

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Joseph Milton is a postgraduate research student within the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton

I completed my undergraduate degree at The University of Southampton in 2016 with a First Class Honours in BEng Acoustical Engineering. Whilst at university I received a Royal Naval scholarship and secured a provisional place at BRNC to undergo officer training. I completed two summer placements in the first two years of my undergraduate degree, a one-month placement at RNAS Culdrose and a three-month placement with AECOM in Wimbledon as an Assistant Acoustical Engineer.

The experiences I have had during my time at the university have given me the opportunity to see first hand the applications of acoustic and engineering and my final year project convinced me that a research-based career would best suit me.

In my spare time, I play rugby for a local team and have represented Hampshire in the 2017 county championships. I also enjoy many water sports, including sailing, surfing and kitesurfing.



Research interests

Active Control, Signal Processing

PhD Supervison

Dr Jordan Cheer and Prof. Steve Daley

MPhil/PhD Research

Funding: EPSRC Funding

Title: Active control of far-field sound power radiation from vibrating structures using direct distributed sensing of acoustic radiation modes.
I am currently working on several active control strategies with an aim to reduce radiated sound power from a vibrating structure.

In July 17 I will be presenting my first paper at the 24th International Congress on Sound and Vibration.


Research group

Signal Processing and Control Group

Mr Joseph John Milton
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ
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