21 December 2021:

Happy Holidays

The in-person end-of-year lab meeting has been cancelled due to the recent public health situation in Montreal. Wish all of you a safe and healthy holiday season!

16 November 2021:

2 PhD positions available at Concordia Acoustics Lab

Concordia Acoustics Lab in the Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering at Concordia University is currently looking for two motivated PhD students in the area of architectural acoustics and noise control. The successful candidate will participate in the research projects of 1) sound quality analysis of building mechanical systems or 2) optimizing speech intelligibility in offices by using machine learning. More details can be found on our research lab homepage. We are looking for a candidate with experience in the field of architectural engineering, building HVAC systems, statistics, digital signal processing, programming language (e.g., Python, R, Matlab) and acoustics. An interest in music is a plus. The Department of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering at Concordia University has a faculty complement of 42 professors active in various areas of building, civil and environmental engineering and its strength has rapidly grown in recent years. The Department offers PhD, masters and bachelor degrees in Building Engineering, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The Civil Engineering undergraduate program was recently ranked among the top 20 civil engineering programs in the world. Concordia University attracts high quality domestic and international students in all of its programs and has stable and strong enrollment at undergraduate and graduate levels. More information is available on the Department page. The positions are open until filled. THe preferred start date is May 2022. For those who are interested, please contact Dr. Joonhee Lee with an attached CV.

29 October 2021: Shuying’s master work is published in Buildings

18 February 2020: Our journal paper receives the attention. Concordia researchers develop a noise measuring framework for modular construction factories