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Research project: Intelligent Structures for Low Noise Environments

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Intelligent Structures for Low Noise Environments is a ground-breaking partnership funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council that brings the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research from the University of Southampton together with BAE Systems, the Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the University of Nottingham and Lloyd’s Register to create new materials and intelligent structures that will control underwater noise, reducing its harmful impact on marine wildlife.

Associated research themes

https://www.southampton.ac.uk/islne

Related research groups

Signal Processing, Audio and Hearing Group

The Intelligent Structures for Low Noise Environments Research Programme is based in the Centre for Research in Active Control, which is part of the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research. However, ISLNE is a collaborative venture that brings together expertise from both industry and academia to make significant steps forward in developing new technologies that will control underwater noise, reducing its harmful impact on marine wildlife. You can find out more about the people and partners involved in the project, as well as the latest project news on our website.

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