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6th Berlin Beamforming Conference
February 29 - March 1, 2016
Berlin, Germany

BeBeC 2016

08:00 Registration
08:45 Conference Opening
Society for the Advancement of Applied Computer Science, GFaI
Christof Puhle  
09:00 - 12:00 Christof Puhle  
09:00 High-resolution CLEAN-SC
PSA3, Wezep, Netherlands
Pieter Sijtsma Paper
09:30 Cross spectral matrix diagonal optimization
OptiNav Inc. - University of Washington, Bellevue, USA
Robert Dougherty Paper
10:00 Modeling beamformers in refractive media
Exact Solution Scientific Consulting LLC, Dover, USA
David Bergman Paper
10:30 Tea/Coffee break
11:00 A generic approach to synthesize optimal array microphone arrangements
BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
Ennes Sarradj Paper
11:30 Improving beamforming by optimization of acoustic array microphone positions
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Anwar Malgoezar Paper
12:00 Lunch break
13:30 - 17:30 Gunnar Heilmann  
13:30 Effects of array scaling and advanced beamforming on the angular resolution of microphone array systems
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA
Matthew Aldeman Paper
14:00 Reduction of the hydrodynamic noise on a beamforming array
University of Bristol, UK
Máté Szöke Paper
14:30 Application of a phase and amplitude gradient estimator to intensity-based laboratory-scale jet noise source characterization
Brigham Young University, Provo, USA
Kent L. Gee Paper
15:00 Time-domain imaging techniques for aeroacoustic sources
Institut PPRIME - CNRS - University of Poitiers, France
Vincent Valeau Paper
15:30 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 A unified formalism for acoustic imaging techniques: illustrations in the frame of a didactic numerical benchmark
LVA, INSA - Lyon, France
Quentin Leclere Paper
16:30 Analysis of sound field variations in concert halls via visualization and objective parameter comparison
GFaI, Berlin, Germany
Sébastien Barré Paper
17:00 Simulation, visualization and perception of sound in a real and virtual vehicle interior using beamforming
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Mojtaba Navvab Paper
18:00 Conference dinner - Guided tour of the historic wind tunnels
19:30 Conference dinner
13:30 - 17:30 Robert Dougherty  
13:30 Extended version: improving the DAMAS 2 results for wavenumber-space beamforming
DLR Göttingen, Germany
Stefan Haxter Paper
14:00 Array Methods Video Conference: Analytical Case B1
PSA3, Wezep, Netherlands
Pieter Sijtsma Talk
14:30 Array Methods Video Conference: Analytical Cases B7/B8
BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
Ennes Sarradj Talk
15:00 Array Methods Video Conference: Experimental Case DLR1
DLR Göttingen, Germany
Daniel Ernst Talk
15:30 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 Array Methods Video Conference: Experimental Case NASA2
NASA, Washington, United States
William M. Humphreys Talk
16:30 Array Methods Panel Discussion
Video Conference
NASA et al.
17:00 Array Methods Panel Discussion
Video Conference
NASA et al.
18:00 Conference dinner - Guided tour of the historic wind tunnels
19:30 Conference dinner
09:00 - 12:00 Pieter Sijtsma  
09:00 Application of beamforming methods to extended partially correlated sources
Brigham Young University, Provo, USA
Blaine Harker Paper
09:30 A theoretical and experimental comparison of the deconvolution methods for moving sources
MicrodB, Écully, France
Lucille Lamotte Paper
10:00 Better science or hardware for analyzing sound sources?
Samwell Testing Inc., New Taipei City, Taiwan
Richard Kuo Paper
10:30 Tea/Coffee break
11:00 Beamforming within the modal sound field of a vehicle interior
Daimler AG, Sindelfingen, Germany
Clemens Nau Paper
11:30 On 3D-beamforming in the wind tunnel
GFaI, Berlin, Germany
Dirk Döbler Paper
12:00 Lunch break
13:30 - 17:30 Olaf Jaeckel  
13:30 Clustering inverse beamforming for interior sound source localization: application to a car cabin mock-up
Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy
Claudio Colangeli Paper
14:00 Visualization of door-slam sound by using beamforming
SM Instruments, Daejeon, Korea
JunGoo Kang Paper
14:30 Enhanced precision in source localization by using 3D-intensity array module
Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea
Jeong-Guon Ih Paper
15:00 Functional beamforming applied to full scale landing aircraft
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Roberto Merino-Martinez Paper
15:30 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 Application of beam-forming using deconvolution method to the development of the new launch pad of Epsilon
Brüel & Kjaer, Japan
Yutaka Ishii Paper
13:30 - 17:30 Ennes Sarradj  
13:30 Comparison of different techniques for rotating beamforming at the University of São Paulo Fan Rig Test Facility
University of São Paulo, Brasil
Luciano Caldas Paper
14:00 An efficient methodology for comprehensive evaluation of turbomachinery source maps
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Bence Tóth Paper
14:30 Separating apart the contributions from multiple tonal noise sources which are localized to the mach radius
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Csaba Horváth Paper
15:00 Precision measurements of wind turbine noise using a large aperture microphone array
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Stuart Bradley Paper
15:30 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 Frequency domain deconvolution for rotating sources on an axial fan
BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany
Gert Herold Paper