- Active/Passive Acoustic Metamaterials
- Low-frequency Sound Insulation
- Aircraft Cabin Noise Control
- Vibro-acoustics of Lightweight Structures
- Analytical Modelling of Multi-layered Partitions
Accepting applications from PhD students.
Address: B13, East Highfield Campus, University Road, SO17 1BJ (View in Google Maps)
Felix Langfeldt studied Aeronautical Engineering (MSc in 2012) and gained nearly 10 years of research experience in acoustics and vibration control as a researcher at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He obtained his PhD in 2018 for his work on "Membrane-type acoustic metamaterials for aircraft noise shields" and throughout his career he collaborated closely with other research institutes as well as industrial partners like Airbus or 3M to develop innovative acoustic treatments (with particular focus on acoustic metamaterials) that can be used in aircraft cabins to reduce low-frequency tonal noise. In September 2021 he joined the Institute of Sound & Vibration Research in Southampton as a Visiting Academic, funded by an independent fellowship from the German Research Council. In March 2022, Felix was appointed Lecturer at the ISVR, Signal Processing, Audio and Hearing Group.