Bob Chivers Prize in Physical Acoustics
Since 2012 the physical acoustics group has been awarding the £250 Bob Chivers Prize annually. The purpose of the prize is to promote research in the field of Physical Acoustics by recognising the best paper published by a PhD student at a UK university. The below poster summarises the entry conditions. Nominations should be directed to V.Pinfield@lboro.ac.uk.
Poster download link (PDF, 50 KB)
Below is some more information about past winners of the Bob Chivers prize:
2016: Anton van Pamel: Finite element modelling of elastic wave scattering in a polycrystalline material in 2D and 3D, A. van Pamel, M.J.S. Lowe, C.R. Brett, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 138 (2015) 2326-2336. DOI: 10.1121/1.4931445
2015: Bo Lan: Experimental and computational studies of ultrasound wave propagation in hexagonal close-packed polycrystals for texture detection, B. Lan, M. Lowe, F.P.E. Dunne, Acta Materialia 63 (2014) 107–122. doi: 10.1016/j.actamat.2013.10.012
2014: Gim Hwa Chua: Use of clicks resembling those of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) to improve target discrimination in bubbly water with biased pulse summation sonar, G.H. Chua P.R. White T.G. Leighton, IET Radar Sonar Navig. 6 (2012) 510–515. doi: 10.1049/iet-rsn.2011.0199
2013: Dr Xiaoyu Xi, Collective bubble dynamics near a surface in a weak acoustic standing wave field.
2012: Dr Pierre Gelat, Modelling of the acoustic field of a multi-element HIFU array scattered by human ribs.
2010: Dr David (Zheng) Fan, Elastic waves guided by a welded joint in a plate.
2008: Dr Marco Morbidini, Prediction of the thermosonic signal from fatigue cracks in metals using vibration damping measurements.
2006: Dr Christopher Lowis, Determining the strength of rotating broadband sources in ducts by inverse methods.