BEBEC 2022

09:00 - 12:00Ulf Michel
09:00Enhancing deconvolution with functional beamforming
OptiNav Inc., Bellevue, USA
Robert DoughertyS1
09:30Frequency domain beamforming with neuronal networks [via video conference]
DLR, Göttingen, Germany
Armin GoudarziS2
10:00Estimation of partial sound sources with non-spherical directivity for analysis of pass-by noise in hemi-anechoic indoor test benches
NEXT Data Service AG, Berlin, Germany
Fabian KnappeS3
10:30Tea/Coffee break
11:00Virtual microphone array rotation in the mode-time domain and separation of stationary and rotating sound sources in an axial fan
TU Berlin, Germany
Gert HeroldS4
11:30Tuning of the functional beamforming resolution for wind tunnel measurements
Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy
Gianmarco BattistaS5
12:00Lunch break
13:30 - 18:00Ennes Sarradj
13:30Hybrid approach for deconvoluting tonal noise of moving sources
TU Berlin, Germany
Timo SchumacherD1
14:00Breakdown of propeller noise by applying conventional beamforming jointly with imaging using the rotating source identifier
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Bieke von den HoffD2
14:30Acoustic holography for moving objects
Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
Holger WaubkeD3
15:00Teaching acoustical beamforming via active learning [via video conference]
Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil
Felipe Ramos de MelloD4
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Filtering of separate audio tracks from synchronously playing musical instruments using beamforming in the time domain
TU Berlin, Germany
Serdar GareayaghiD5
16:30Application of the CLEANT methodology to flyover noise measurements
INSA-Lyon, France
Raphaël LeibaD6
17:00Background noise reduction and dereverberation techniques for improving beamforming maps for localizing airfoil noise sources in a large hard-wall wind-tunnel [via video conference]
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Rohit SinghD7
17:30Modified fast Fourier transformation computation of steering vectors in virtual rotating array beamforming [via video conference]
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China
Ce ZhangD8
18:15Conference dinner - Tour of the historic wind tunnels / Reception in Hans-Grade-Saal
20:00Conference dinner - Buffet
09:00 - 12:00Henri Siller
09:00Three-dimensional gridless source mapping using a signal subspace approach
TU Berlin, Germany
Ennes SarradjS6
09:30Robust functional beamforming
OptiNav Inc., Bellevue, USA
Robert DoughertyS7
10:00Three-dimensional acoustic imaging using asynchronous microphone array measurements
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Roberto Merino-MartínezS8
10:30Tea/Coffee break
11:00Numerical comparison of acoustic imaging algorithms for a spherical microphone array
ÉTS Montréal, Canada
Kévin RouardS9
11:30SODIX for fully and partially coherent sound sources
DLR, Berlin, Germany
Sebastian OertwigS10
12:00Lunch break
13:30 - 17:30Carsten Spehr
13:30A trainable iterative soft thresholding algorithm for
microphone array source mapping

TU Berlin, Germany
Can KayserD9
14:00An extended SODIX method for the directivity analysis of airflow noise source [pre-recorded]
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, P.R. China
Jianxin LianD10
14:30Dipolar based equivalent sources method for three-dimensional aeroacoustic source identification
MicrodB, Écully, France
Joannès ChambonD11
15:00Computing directivities: inverse microphone array methods for rotating sound sources
TU Berlin, Germany
Simon JekoschD12
15:30Tea/Coffee break
16:00Gridless beamforming: theoretical analysis of the one source case, and sparsity based methods for multiple sources
CentraleSupélec, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Gilles ChardonD13
16:30Acoustic investigation of wave-field-synthesised
virtual sound sources using a 3D microphone array

TU Berlin, Germany
Adrian PhilippD14
17:00Non-synchronous sound pressure measurements for source map reconstruction using conventional beamforming [via video conference]
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Rohit SinghD15

ISBN of Conference CD-ROM: 978-3-942709-30-9

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