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Irish Branch Evening Meeting Gerry McCullagh Memorial Lecture Half a century of noise and vibration consultancy What have we (and the WHO) learned? By Rupert Thornely-Taylor Wednesday the 13 February 2019. Coffee/Tea from 6pm Talk from 7pm to say 8.30pm and Q&A Meeting end at 9pm. Venue: Meeting Room, AWN Consulting Offices, The Tecpro Building, 17, Clonshaugh Business & Technology Park, Dublin.

Irish Branch Evening Meeting

 

Gerry McCullagh Memorial Lecture

 

Half a century of noise and vibration consultancy

What have we (and the WHO) learned?

 

By

Rupert Thornely-Taylor

 

Wednesday the 13 February 2019.

 

Coffee/Tea from 6pm

Talk from 7pm to say 8.30pm and Q&A

Meeting end at 9pm.

 

Venue: Meeting Room, AWN Consulting Offices, The Tecpro Building, 17, Clonshaugh Business & Technology Park, Dublin.

 

In recognition of the time and effort that Dr Gerry McCullagh put into the promotion and education of acoustics throughout Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the Irish Branch of the Institute of Acoustics holds an annual lecture to which an eminent acoustician is invited to present a talk on their area of expertise. 

 

This is the eleventh Gerry McCullagh Memorial Lecture, and it is a pleasure that Rupert Thornely-Taylor has accepted our offer to present a talk looking back over half a century of noise and vibration consultancy, bringing us up to date with the latest WHO environmental Noise Guidelines and other topical issues including the environmental assessment of major projects. 

 

Rupert Thornely-Taylor is the Managing Director of Rupert Taylor Ltd, which he founded in 1968. He has advised clients throughout the world in the fields of: environmental assessment, industrial noise and vibration, transportation noise and vibration, groundborne noise and vibration, construction noise and vibration, community noise, building acoustics and noise control in product development. Rupert Taylor Ltd is a world leader in the field of vibro-acoustics of railway structures and tunnels, with extensive experience in the measurement of railway vibration and noise, and the modelling, by numerical methods, the time-domain vibro-acoustic-dynamic behaviour of a moving train on a bridge or in a tunnel including all the effects of wheel and rail roughness and dynamic forces.

 

Rupert has received numerous prestigious awards throughout his career. In 2016 Rupert was awarded the Rayleigh medal by the Institute of Acoustics, for outstanding contributions to acoustics. In 2013, he was awarded the Association of Noise Consultant’s Outstanding Contribution award. In 2011, he was awarded Honorary Membership of the Association of Noise Consultants. Even as far back as 2000, his company (Rupert Taylor Ltd) received a British Construction Industry Special Award for The Pursuit of Architectural and Engineering Excellence in Public Transport for our work on the Jubilee Line Extension Project.

 

 

As always there will be a chance for Q&A at the end of the presentation.

 

In order to assist with planning seating, please confirm to Diarmuid Keaney (see details below) if you propose to attend this meeting.

 

Meeting organiser: Diarmuid Keaney MIOA. Tel:.087-8137058 Email: office@acoustics.ie

 

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13 February 2019   through   9:17 PM

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