WAKEFIELD, MA. – October 27, 2021 – The Institute of Noise Control Engineering recently hosted their annual Honors and Awards Ceremony. INCE Honors and Awards Winners are recognized for their outstanding service, research and activity in noise control.
Among the Student Honors and Awards Winners was Sunit Girdhar of Michigan Technological University who won both the inaugural INCE Student Scholarship and the Martin Hirschorn IAC Prize – Student Project. INCE recognizes both professional and academic work in noise control, and financially supports most honors and awards winners in their continued noise control research and work.
Below is the list of 2021 INCE USA Student Honors and Awards Winners:
2021 INCE Student Scholarship:
Martin Hirschron IAC Prize – Student Project:
2021 Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in Noise Control
2021 Student Paper Competition Awards
2021 Classic Papers in Noise Control Engineering Presentation Award
Dana Lodico, PE, INCE Bd. Cert., INCE-USA vice president, Honors and Awards Committee applauded this year’s winners and said, “This year’s winners should be incredibly proud of their achievements in noise control. Entries for INCE-USA Honors and Awards was very competitive, and we look forward to seeing how each winner continues to advance the noise control industry in their careers.”
About the Institute of Noise Control Engineering
INCE-USA is a non-profit organization of professional Noise Control Engineers, incorporated in Washington, DC. The Institute aims to discover disseminate, and promote noise control situations in relation to environmental, product, machinery, industrial and other noise issues. INCE-USA offers membership to any individual interested in or presently working in noise control. Membership grants individuals access to INCE resources, discounted noise control course and conference fees, and participation in noise control committees and decisions. To learn more about INCE-USA, click here.
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