SOUNDSCAPE WORKSHOP

SOUNDSCAPE WORKSHOP - OVERCOMING TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC CHALLENGES TO URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT TUESDAY 25 JUNE 2019, 0900 - 1600 CIEH, 15 HATFIELDS, CHADWICK COURT, LONDON SE1 8DJ
SOUNDSCAPE WORKSHOP - OVERCOMING TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC CHALLENGES TO URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
TUESDAY 25 JUNE 2019,
0900 - Registration
1000 - 1600 Workshop
CIEH, 15 HATFIELDS, CHADWICK COURT, LONDON SE1 8DJ http:www.15hatfields.com

Event description: Soundscape practice for environmental acoustics offers a variety of ways to supplement traditional acoustic engineering practices and community engagement. This event will explore the practical application of soundscape principles and technology being used in real-world projects, and the application of soundscape research to ongoing and future work.

Who should attend: acousticians, environmental health practitioners, consultants, architects, planners, public health practitioners, academics interested in research-to-practice

Benefits of attending:

You will leave equipped with knowledge about the practical application of soundscape in the built environment.  This will enable you to tackle noise problems from an entirely different perspective, and understand the implications of context in noise impact assessments.

There will be opportunities to explore Knowledge Transfer Partnerships http://ktp.innovateuk.org/ to promote funded collaboration between industry and academia to drive innovation, knowledge exchange and commercial outcomes.

Programme

Part One – Soundscape Overview and Theory.

The emerging field of applied soundscape practice and its importance in enabling both noise producing and sound sensitive development within a thriving,sustainable economy for British industry and competitiveness

Part Two – Methods, Case Studies and Tools.

Good practice examples of soundscape principles in the built environment to overcome traditional acoustic problems

Part Three – Workshops.

Consider soundscape tools in practice, working in small groups with expert facilitators.  Identify priorities for further skills required.  Opportunities for collaboration, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and next steps

Confirmed speakers from Arup; UK Acoustics Network, Institute of Acoustics, Association of Noise Consultants, Highways England, National Grid, University College London, Aecom, Ghent University, Noise Abatement Society, Apex Acoustics, British Standards Institution, Heriot Watt University, University of Salford

Exhibition:    Sound demonstrations; Posters

Sponsors:    UK Acoustics Network, Institute of Acoustics, University College London, Noise Abatement Society, Apex Acoustics, Association of Noise Consultants, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

 

 

 

CPD:              CPD points for this event will be offered by the Institute of  Acoustics and the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

Travel Bursaries: UKAN is keen to support participation in this event.  If travel costs are a  barrier to attending you are welcome to apply for reimbursement of travel costs. 
Please complete our brief Request for a Travel Grant Form.  (Excluding EPSRC Funded PhD students who should use your funding/budget for attending events and training).  
Following the event, Please complete our Outcomes of attending form and our Expenses Form (accompanied by original receipts) with details of your bank account. 
Completing this paperwork enables UKAN to track the impact of enabling the acoustics community to participate in events and networking.

Further information about Soundscape:

BS ISO 12913-1:2014 - Acoustics. Soundscape. Definition and conceptual framework

https://shop.bsigroup.com/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030260178

PD ISO/TS 12913-2:2018 - Acoustics. Soundscape. Data collection and reporting requirements, https://shop.bsigroup.com/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030372105

Ten Questions on Soundscape and the Built Environment

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360132316303067

Soundscape and the Built Environment

https://www.crcpress.com/Soundscape-and-the-Built-Environment/Kang-Schulte-Fortkamp/p/book/9781138893085

 

 

25 June 2019
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
15 Hatfields
Chadwick Court
London, SE1 8DJ
Event Fee(s)
IOA/ANC Members £ 70.00
Non-Members £ 80.00
Public Sector* £ 0.00
Academics/Students £ 0.00
Invited Speakers £ 0.00

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