The INCE-USA Undergraduate Student Project Award recognizes undergraduate students undertaking independent studies in Noise Control Engineering and related topics and provides them with nominal grants to aid in covering expenses that otherwise would not be available from the resources of their respective Universities.
- Victoria Anderson, University of Nebraska
Data Analysis for EPA Healthy Schools Project
- Joshua Palakapilly, University of Nebraska
Measurements and Analyses of Time-Logged Sound Levels in Restaurants
- Dagan Pielstick and Zach Jones, Brigham Young University
Vacuum-assisted toilet noise reduction
- Weimin Thor, Purdue University
A Desktop Procedure for Measuring the Transmission Loss of Automotive Door Seals.
- Yingxiang Jiang, with Professor Patricia Davies, Purdue University
Improving Simulations of Sonic Booms Heard Indoors and Outdoors and Explore How the Sound Characteristics Affect Annoyance.
- Rachel Parlock and Tiffany Stahura, with Professor Robert D. Celmer, University of Hartford
Long Term Sound Measurements in Hospital Patient Units
- Andrew Hubbard, with Professor Jay Kim, University of Cincinnati
Noise Control Study of Pneumatic Framing Nailers
- Adam Steinbach, with Professor Lily Wang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Pilot Study on Determining Annoyance Thresholds of Tones in Noise