BEBEC 2018

09:00 - 12:00Christof Puhle
09:00Array methods: Which one is the best?
TU Berlin, Germany
Ennes SarradjS1
09:30On the denoising of cross-spectral matrices for (aero)acoustic applications
INSA Lyon, France
Alice DinsenmeyerS2
10:00Fast calculation of microphone array steering vectors with shear flow
PSA3, Wezep, The Netherlands
Pieter SijtsmaS3
10:30Tea/Coffee break
11:00Inverse methods for three dimensional acoustic mapping with a single planar array
Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy
Gianmarco BattistaS4
11:30Improving source localisation with SODIX for a sparse microphone array
DLR, Berlin, Germany
Sebastian OertwigS5
12:00Lunch break
13:30 - 17:30Ulf Michel
13:30Source localisation on aircraft in flight - new measurements with the DLR research aircraft Airbus 320 ATRA
DLR, Berlin, Germany
Henri SillerD1
14:00Bayesian source separation applied to acoustic measurements by an array of microphones
Onera, Châtillon, France
Daniel BlacodonD2
14:30Beamformers and spatial transforms
Exact Solution Scientific Consulting, Morristown, USA
David R. BergmanD3
15:00Dynamic beam forming using chirp signals
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Stuart BradleyD4
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Microphone arrays in a wind tunnel environment with a reverberating floor
GFaI, Berlin, Germany
Marie PelzD5
16:30Optimization methodology of microphone arrays for environmental source localization using the generalized cross-correlation
Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Lucas CarneiroD6
17:00Improving source discrimination performance by using an optimized acoustic array and adaptive high-resolution CLEAN-SC beamforming
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Salil LuesutthiviboonD7
17:45Conference dinner - Tour of the historic wind tunnels / Reception in Hans-Grade-Saal
19:30Conference dinner
13:30 - 17:30Robert P. Dougherty
13:30Comparison of different solvers for general inverse beamforming algorithms for highresolution aeroacoustic source characterization
TU Berlin, Germany
Simon JekoschD8
14:00An improved regularization of the generalized inverse beamforming applied to a benchmark database
Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Sint-Genesius-Rode, Belgium
Riccardo ZamponiD9
14:30Wavenumber-domain method for source reconstruction from far-field array measurements in flow
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Fabio C. HironoD10
15:00Phase coherence imaging of vibroacoustic sources
Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Maxime BilodeauD11
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Sparse holography from iterated Bayesian focusing
INSA Lyon, France
Jérôme AntoniD12
16:30The evaluation of methods for improving beamforming maps in noisy environment
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Jeoffrey FischerD13
17:00Separation and quantification of airfoil LE- and TE-noise source with microphone array
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, P.R. China
Weiyang QiaoD14
17:45Conference dinner - Tour of the historic wind tunnels / Reception in Hans-Grade-Saal
19:30Conference dinner
09:00 - 12:00Olaf Jaeckel
09:00A new derivation of the adaptive beamforming formula
OptiNav, Bellevue, USA
Robert P. DoughertyS6
09:30Inverse integration method for distributed sound sources
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Roberto Merino-MartinezS7
10:00Numerical and experimental assessment of functional beamforming for source quantification
MicrodB, Ecully, France
Valentin BaronS8
10:30Tea/Coffee break
11:00Investigations on beamforming in the wind tunnel using multiple microphone array measurements
GFaI, Berlin, Germany
Lukas Kleine WächterS9
11:30Acoustic beamforming by non-synchronous microphone array measurements
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China
Liang YuS10
12:00Lunch break
13:30 - 17:30Ennes Sarradj
13:30Noise quantification with beamforming deconvolution: effects of regularization and boundary conditions
Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark
Oliver LylloffD15
14:00Development of beamforming methods for uncorrelated dipole sources
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
Georgy A. FaranosovD16
14:30Identification of acoustic moving sources using a time-domain method
INSA Lyon, France
Rémi CoussonD17
15:00Fault identification and localization for moving wheels based on de-Dopplerization beamforming kurtosis method
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Chen LongD18
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Simulation, visualization and localization of sound in a real and a virtual room acoustic environment using beamforming
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Mojtaba NavvabD19
16:30CIRA acoustic antenna real-time FPGA beamforming algorithm validation
CIRA, Capua, Italy
Gianluca DiodatiD20t3://file?uid=267
17:00Impact of the locations of the control points on optimal solutions for self-bending beamforming
Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Jens AhrensD21
13:30 - 17:30Pieter Sijtsma
13:30A comparison of microphone array methods for the characterization of rotating sound sources
BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Gert HeroldD22
14:00Rotating beamforming with uneven microphone placements
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Bence TóthD23
14:30Application of rotational beamforming algorithms on fast rotating sound sources
gfai tech, Berlin, Germany
Michael KerscherD24
15:00Application of sound source identification using CLEAN-SC to a turbofan engine
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Tokyo, Japan
Tatsuya IshiiD25
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Compressed sensing based radial mode analysis of the broadband sound field in a low-speed fan test rig
DLR, Berlin, Germany
Maximilian BehnD26
16:30Towards a Doppler effect based beamforming method for rotating coherent noise sources
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Csaba HorváthD27
17:00Combining signal pre-processing methods with beamforming for broadband turbomachinery applications
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Kristóf TokajiD28

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