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In order to cover the broadest range of high-level technical contributions from all over the world, the Scientific Programme is structured into 15 Subject Areas (T) and one Special Workshop (SW-1), that include several special Structured Sessions and Regular Sessions.


Subject Area T01Acoustical Measurement and Instrumentation




Lars Hakansson
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This Subject Area covers all aspects related to the measurement of sound and vibration. It includes sessions concerning traditional measurement instruments but also proposals concerning new measurement concepts: new transducers, new mathematical algorithms, new acoustical parameters, or new applications of traditional technologies for multimedia and virtual reality.


Both theoretical and applied papers are welcome.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T01.RS01 - Measurement Techniques and Sensors

(Lixue Wu, Canada)

Structured Sessions

T01.SS01 - Sound and Vibration Measurement, Analysis and Uncertainty

(Lars Hakansson, Sweden)

T01.SS03 - Analysis, Perception and Render of 3D Spatial Sound

(Bosun Xie, China)


Subject Area T02Active Noise and Vibration Control




Marek Pawelczyk
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Semyung Wang
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This Subject Area concerns all aspects of active control of sound and vibration. It includes general discussion and ideas for active control, algorithms design and analysis, mathematical and empirical modeling, practical systems and their implementation, acoustic and signal processing aspects. Semi-active control is also a part of this topic. Both theoretical papers, reports on laboratory experiments and presentation of applications are welcome.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T02.RS01 - Active Noise and Vibration Control

(Jordan Cheer, United Kingdom)

T02.RS02 - Active Structural Acoustic Control

(Marek Pawelczyk, Poland)

T02.RS03 - Semi-Active Vibration Control

(Li-Qun Chen, China)

Structured Sessions

T02.SS01 - Algorithms for Active Control

(Marek Pawelczyk, Poland)

T02.SS02 - Sound Field Control

(Jung-Woo Choi, South Korea & Semyung Wang, South Korea)

T02.SS03 - Active Noise and Vibration Control In Practical System Implementations

(Sven Johansson, Sweden)

T02.SS04 - Applications of Active Control

(Xiaojun Qiu, Australia)


Subject Area T03Aero acoustics and Aviation Noise




Ricardo E. Musafir
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All aspects concerning sound generated by fluid flow and by the interaction of a flow with surfaces are included in this Subject Area. Some examples are: the description of source mechanisms or of the propagation in particular situations; jet noise; fan and compressor noise; wind turbines; active or passive control of aerodynamically generated sound and vibration, notably in aircrafts, trains and other vehicles, including space vehicles; analytical and numerical solutions for specific problems.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T03.RS01 - Aviation Noise

(Ricardo E. Musafir, Brazil)

T03.RS02 - Space Vehicles Noise and Vibration

(Ling Zheng, China & Xiang Shuhong, China)

Structured Sessions

T03.SS01 - Aircraft Cabin Noise and Vibration Control

(Gopal Mathur, United States)

T03.SS02 - Acoustical Test in Spacecraft

(Ling Zheng, China & Xiang Shuhong, China)

T03.SS03 - Aeroacoustics

(Shojiro Kaji, Japan)

T03.SS04 - Airfoil noise: prediction and control

(Avshalom Manela, Israel)

T03.SS05 - Experimental Aeroacoustics

(Mahdi Azarpeyvand, United Kingdom)


Subject Area T04Environmental Noise Mapping & Urban Soundscape




Luis Bento Coelho
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This Subject Area concerns hot topics on environmental noise and vibration. Different structured and regular sessions will be organized on specific issues regarding noise and vibration problems in the environment dealing with effects on health, soundscape management and planning, outdoor noise issues, noise mapping and action planning especially in urban areas, and airport noise problems. Authors are welcome to submit papers on theoretical developments, on practical applications and solutions, presenting, and discussing experiences.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T04.RS01 - Community and Environmental Noise

(Jian Kang, United Kingdom & Selma Kurra, Turkey)

T04.RS02 - Soundscape Planning

(Jian Kang, United Kingdom)

Structured Sessions

T04.SS01 - Noise Mapping and Noise Control Policies in urban agglomerations

(Luis Bento Coelho, Portugal & Kyriakos Psychas, Greece)

T04.SS02 - Outdoor Noise Modelling, Mapping and Solutions for Mitigation

(Raffaella Bellomini, Italy)

T04.SS04 - Construction noise and vibration in the urban environment

(Yuyou Liu, United Kingdom)


Subject Area T05Physical Acoustics, Ultrasound & Wave Propagation




Hans Boden
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The General Acoustics Subject Area covers many important aspects regarding sound generation and sound propagation. It also covers topics where both acoustics and vibration or acoustics and fluid flow are involved. In terms of frequencies it covers the whole range from infrasound to ultrasound.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T05.RS02 - Flow Duct Acoustics and Mufflers

(Hans Boden, Sweden)

T05.RS03 - Musical Acoustics

(Roberto Corradi, Italy)

T05.RS04 - Physical Acoustics

(Gopal Mathur, United States)

T05.RS05 - Ultrasound, Ultrasonic Measurements and their Application in Medicine

(Nobuyoshi Masuzawa, Japan)

T05.RS06 - Passive Noise and Vibration Control

(Danilo Di Stefano, United Kingdom)

Structured Sessions

T05.SS01 - Wave propagation in fluids, complex solids, pipes and structures

(Sergey V. Sorokin, Denmark & Yan Gao, China)

T05.SS02 - Nonlinear Acoustics and Vibration

(Woon Siong Gan, Singapore & Serge Dos Santos, France)

T05.SS03 - Combustion Dynamics and Acoustics in Gas Turbines and Furnace

(Vassilios Dalamagas, Greece)

T05.SS05 - Optical Techniques for Sound Measurement and Assessment

(Triantafillos Koukoulas, United Kingdom)

T05.SS06 - Inverse methods in structural-acoustics

(Bert Roozen, Belgium)

T05.SS08 - Thermoacoustics and orifice acoustics

(Maria A. Heckl, United Kingdom)


Subject Area T06Industrial and Occupational Noise and Vibration




Samir Gerges
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Vassilios Dalamagas
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The Industrial and Occupational Noise and Vibration Subject Area involves the protection of employees against hazards caused by noise and vibration as well as improvement of vibroacoustic conditions in the work environment.


Particular attention is paid to: the identification of levels of hazards arising from noise and vibration, development and improvement of methods of measurement and assessment of noise and vibration, development of methods for predicting noise, as well as development of personal protective equipment intended to reduce exposure to noise and vibration.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T06.RS01 - Occupational noise and effects on health

(Vassilios Dalamagas, Greece & Samir Gerges, Brazil)

Structured Sessions

T06.SS01 - Noise and Vibration in Small, Medium and Large Industries

(Marc Asselineau, France)

T06.SS03 - Control of Noise and Vibration at the Workplaces

(Dariusz Pleban, Poland)

T06.SS04 - Wind Turbine Noise and Vibration

(Gaetano Licitra, Italy)


Subject Area T07Machinery Noise and Vibration




Eleonora Carletti
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Zhuang Li
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This Subject Area invites papers on theories and applications of machinery noise and vibration. Topics include, but not limited to, noise and vibration source identification, noise and vibration control, quiet machine design, health monitoring, fault diagnostics, and signal processing.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T07.RS01 - Condition Monitoring and Vibration Testing

(Konstantinos Gryllias, Belgium)

T07.RS02 - Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis

(Zhuang Li, United States)

T07.RS03 - Machinery Health Monitoring

(Zhuang Li, United States)

Structured Sessions

T07.SS01 - Fluid Machinery Noise

(Francesco Taddei, Italy)

T07.SS02 - Machine Tool Vibration and Cutting Dynamics

(Karakasidis Theodoros, Greece)

T07.SS03 - Vibration-based Condition Monitoring

(Roger SERRA, France)

T07.SS05 - Noise and Vibration Diagnostics and Advanced Measurement Techniques

(NICOLAS REMY, Greece)

T07.SS06 - Noise and vibration by equipment for use outdoors and related components

(Eleonora Carletti, Italy)


Subject Area T08Materials for Noise and Vibration Control




Jorge P. Arenas
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Materials come in a variety of forms to provide sound absorption, isolation and vibration damping. In the last decades, the use and variety of available materials has increased greatly. Recent advances in material science, chemistry, and nanotechnologies are producing significant improvements in the design, production, and performance of specialized materials. Papers related (but not limited) to advances, development, analysis and/or optimization of materials that have been produced for the specific purpose of providing high values of sound absorption, vibration damping, and vibration and/or noise isolation are welcome within this Subject Area. The papers can be related to fundamental research, and/or applications, related to design, modeling, testing, and/or manufacturing of noise and vibration control materials. Due to the importance of the subject, this Subject Area will also welcome studies on environmentally friendly materials that are made of recycled products and/or through less contaminating processes.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T08.RS01 - Applications of Acoustic Meta-Materials

(Gopal Mathur, United States)

Structured Sessions

T08.SS01 - Sound Absorption Materials

(Jorge P. Arenas, Chile)

T08.SS02 - Materials for noise control

(Jorge P. Arenas, Chile)

T08.SS03 - Damping Materials

(Alessandro Schiavi, Italy & Dhanesh N. Manik, India)

T08.SS04 - Sustainable Acoustical Materials

(Francesco D'Alessandro, Italy)

T08.SS05 - New Acoustics Based on Meta-materials

(Woon Siong Gan, Singapore)


Subject Area T09Psycho-, Physio-, Bio-acoustics




Jian Kang
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This Subject Area covers a range of topics in the fields of psychological, physiological and biological acoustics. Both theoretical and applied papers will be included. Soundscape is also included in this Subject Area, including soundscape understanding, collection, standardization, design and outreaching.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T09.RS01 - Effects of noise and vibration to health and human response

(Antonios Giannakopoulos, Greece & Rosalba Silvaggio, Italy)

T09.RS02 - Psychological Acoustics

(Francesca Pedrielli, Italy & Ercan Altinsoy, Germany)

T09.RS03 - Speech Communication

(Masashi Nakayama, Japan)

Structured Sessions

T09.SS01 - Bioacoustics

(Joseph Lai, Australia)

T09.SS03 - Product Sound Quality

(Ercan Altinsoy, Germany & Francesca Pedrielli, Italy)

T09.SS04 - Otoacoustic Emissions and Cochlear Modelling

(Renata Sisto, Italy & Bastian Epp, Denmark)


Subject Area T10Road and Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration




Georges Kouroussis
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Konstantinos Vogiatzis
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The Subject Area Road and Rail Transportation Noise and Vibration covers the broad issue of generation and propagation of sound and ground borne vibration from road and rail transport. Structured sessions will be dedicated partly to the urban environment, with low speed rail bound transport and road transport. In addition, novel mitigation measures against noise from main roads, such as low noise pavements, will be highlighted. Recent developments such as the revision of EU type approval standards and the gradual increase of electric and hybrid vehicles will be treated. Rail induced vibration has gained more attention in recent years and structured sessions will be organized for this topic.

Airborne and Ground borne Noise from Urban LRT Networks is considered a major parameter of possible degradation of the urban acoustic environment. Important adverse effects consist of increased levels of annoyance due to the vibration transmitted to buildings. Recent - state of the art - research developments have led to significant advances in the subject of railway-induced building vibrations over the past twenty years. Problems related to vibrations in buildings represent an important environmental issue in network designs, especially for nearby structures in densely populated cities.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T10.RS01 - Railway Noise and Vibration

(David Waddington, United Kingdom & Georges Kouroussis, Belgium)

Structured Sessions

T10.SS01 - Policies and Methods for Transportation Noise

(Nikolaos Eliou, Greece & Pantelis Kopelias, Greece & Vasillios Profyllidis, Greece)

T10.SS02 - LRT and HS Rail Noise and Vibration Measurement and Control

(David Connolly, United Kingdom)

T10.SS03 - Railway Ground borne Noise and Vibration

(Rupert M. Thornely-Taylor, United Kingdom & Harris Mouzakis, Greece)

T10.SS05 - Vehicle Noise, Vibration and Harshness

(Joseph Lai, Australia)

T10.SS07 - Tyre road interactions & Low Noise Pavements

(Gaetano Licitra, Italy & Andreas Loizos, Greece)


Subject Area T11Room and Building Acoustics




Antonino Di Bella
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The Room and Building Acoustics Subject Area regards all the aspects of built environment related to the architectural acoustic design, the transmission of sound and vibration through building elements and the evaluation of the sound field inside closed spaces.


The common framework is the evaluation of noise and vibration in buildings and in building structures and the perceived quality of sound in rooms designed for listening to music and speech.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T11.RS02 - Room Acoustics

(Jin Yong Jeon, South Korea)

Structured Sessions

T11.SS01 - Evaluation and Control of Acoustic Performance of Building Elements

(Luca Barbaresi, Italy)

T11.SS02 - Structure-borne and impact sound in buildings

(Barry Gibbs, United Kingdom)

T11.SS04 - Room Acoustics Design and Evaluation

(Antonino Di Bella, Italy)

T11.SS05 - Prediction of Sound Insulation

(John Laurence Davy, Australia)


Subject Area T12Signal Processing and Simulation




Len Gelman
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This Subject Area is covering a wide range of topics related to technical and bio-medical applications in acoustics and vibration of the classical and advanced linear and nonlinear signal processing, parametric and non-parametric pattern recognition, vibro-acoustical condition monitoring and root cause analysis of complex systems, classical and advanced dynamic numerical simulation and linear and nonlinear finite element modelling.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Regular Sessions

T12.RS01 - Modal & Finite Element Analysis for Acoustics and Vibration

(Francesco Pellicano, Italy)

T12.RS02 - Numerical Methods & Simulation for Acoustics and Vibration

(Giuseppe Miccoli, Italy)

T12.RS03 - Modal analysis & Rotor Dynamics Simulation

(Zhushi Rao, China)

Structured Sessions

T12.SS01 - Pattern Recognition for Acoustics and Vibration

(Len Gelman, United Kingdom)

T12.SS02 - Vibro-Acoustic Holography and Virtual Field Generation

(Yang Diange, China)

T12.SS03 - Classical and Advanced Signal Processing for Acoustics and Vibration

(Akira Ikuta, Japan)


Subject Area T13Underwater and Maritime Noise




Nicole Kessissoglou
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Davide Borelli
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This subject area on underwater and maritime noise includes ship noise and vibration, harbour and environmental underwater noise, underwater noise from pile driving, marine propeller noise, underwater acoustic communication and signal processing, numerical methods for underwater acoustics and vibro-acoustics of submerged structures.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Structured Sessions

T13.SS01 - Ship Noise and Vibration

(Davide Borelli, Italy)

T13.SS02 - Underwater noise and noise mapping

(Tomaso Gaggero, Italy)

T13.SS03 - Predictive methods and Measurements for Underwater Noise

(Walid Kamali, Lebanon)

T13.SS05 - Radiation, absorbing and scattering from underwater objects

(Marten Nijhof, Netherlands)

T13.SS07 - Marine propellers and propeller-shafting systems

(Nicole Kessissoglou, Australia)


Subject Area T14Ancient Theater & Religious Architectural Acoustics




Selma Kurra
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Alexandra Sotiropoulou
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The history of architecture throughout the world has numerous examples of worship spaces e.g. byzantine churches, mosques, renaissance cathedrals etc. These are often referred to as paradigms for modern religious architecture.Furthermore following the environmental crisis in modern world, efforts have been made, in order that noise protection requirements in buildings can be satisfied in a holistic way, i.e. through design techniques common to more-than-one environmental aspects; e.g. sound insulating wall partitions are required to satisfy also thermal insulation needs This Subject area aims also to bring together experts to present and discuss all aspects and findings related to the acoustic properties of these unique ancient monuments which are largely located around the Mediterranean region and are often still used for public performances of theatrical plays, drama, speech and music.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Structured Sessions

T14.SS01 - Acoustics of historical religious spaces of eastern and western Mediterranean cultures

(Selma Kurra, Turkey)

T14.SS02 - An holistic approach of Acoustical design in Architecture

(Alexandra Sotiropoulou, Greece)

T14.SS03 - The Acoustics of Ancient Greek & Roman Theatres

(Manolis Tzekakis, Greece & Alexandra Sotiropoulou, Greece)


Subject Area T15European Projects and Sustainable Education in Acoustics




Gaetano Licitra
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This Subject Area promotes and collects structured and regular sessions on research projects funded by EU and on Education activities, both on noise and vibration. European projects as Life Plus, Horizon 2020, Marie Curie actions, etc. are invited to present their activities and suggest specific structured sessions taking advantage by the international stage offered by the congress, to disseminate the results and receive useful comments and feedback. Sessions on Education will be focused on teaching of Acoustics and Vibration in under graduated and graduated studies, laboratories activities, dissemination for general public, EU projects to increase exchange of students and researchers and in capacity building programs.


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
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Structured Sessions

T15.SS01 - EU Projects on Noise mitigation measures, Monitoring & Risk perception

(Liliana Cori, Italy)

T15.SS02 - Noise Awareness and Sustainable Education in Acoustics

(Sergio Luzzi, Italy)


Subject Area SW-1SPECIAL WORKSHOP ON STRATEGIC NOISE MAPPING IN GREECE CYPRUS & SOUTH EUROPEAN COUNTRIES




Kyriakos Psychas
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Dimitrios Mandalozis
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A Special Workshop on Strategic Noise Mapping in Greece, Cyprus & South European Countries will be organized during the ICSV23 Congress. Participation will be offered to all registered participants including students. Is possible to attend the Workshop separately from the main Congress activities, under a special fee.
The main topics of the Special Workshop of the ICSV23, include (but are not limited to) the following:
- The implementation of the EU Directive 2002/49/EC in Southern European countries with emphasis to Greece & Cyprus
- Strategic noise mapping of major urban agglomerations, airports, roads and railways
- Quiet areas, environmental noise annoyance and soundscaping as Noise Action Plans in South European countries
- The implementation of the new Common NOise aSSessment methOdS (CNOSSOS-EU) for road, railway, aircraft and industrial noise in order to improve the reliability and the


Within this Subject Area different sessions are already planned.
Others could be proposed by sending an email to the chair of this Subject Area.

Structured Sessions

SW1.SS01 - The EU Directive 2002/49/EC and the new Common NOise aSSessment methOdS (CNOSSOS-EU) for road, railway, aircraft and industrial noise

(Marco Paviotti, Belgium & Stelios Kephalopoulos, Greece)

SW1.SS02 - Strategic noise mapping & action plans of major urban agglomerations, airports, roads and railways in Greece

(Kyriakos Psychas, Greece)

SW1.SS03 - Strategic noise mapping & action plans of major urban agglomerations, airports, and roads in Cyprus

(Irene Konstantinou, Cyprus)

SW1.SS04 - Strategic noise mapping & action plans of major urban agglomerations, airports, roads and railways in Italy

(Sergio Luzzi, Italy)

SW1.SS05 - Strategic noise mapping & action plans of major urban agglomerations, airports, roads and railways in Portugal & Spain

(Luis Bento Coelho, Portugal & Núria Blanes Guàrdia, Spain)

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