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Mr Woomin Jung BSc, MSc

Postgraduate research student

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Mr Woomin Jung is a postgraduate research student within the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), which is part of the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.

Woomin graduated from the University of Inha –South Korea in 2006 with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering. For the following 9 years he worked as a research engineer for designing the intake system in Hyundai motor group. In 2014 he received the MSc in Sound and Vibration studies from the ISVR at the University of Southampton, with a thesis on local active sound control with remote loudspeakers and microphones. During MSc, he was awarded Elsevier prize 2014 & 2015 for the best academic achievement.

Following the MSc course, Woomin joined in the Signal Processing and Control group of the ISVR to carry out a PhD project on local active control in automobile cabins. This project is supported by ESPRC ICASE through JLR Limited. He is specialized in the field of automotive noise control by active sound control. The aim of his PhD project is to develop an advance local active control system that will attenuate mid-frequency tyre-road noise in a car interior.



Research interests

MSc Research

Local Active Sound Control with Remote Loudspeakers and Microphones


PhD research

Mid-frequency Local Active Control of Road Noise

Supervisors: Prof. Stephen Elliott and Dr Jordan Cheer (ISVR)

Funding: JLR & EPSRC Funding

Research group

Signal Processing and Control Group

Mr Woomin Jung
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

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