Acoustics research at BYU is strongly cross-disciplinary in character and focuses on the following areas: active noise and vibration control, sound-structure interaction, nonlinear acoustics, audio acoustics and architectural acoustics. The research in acoustics is both experimental and computational in nature and includes simulation and measurement of physical systems, as well as signal processing. Computer facilities are readily available with a number of powerful software packages. In addition, the laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art acoustic equipments and various anechoic and reverberation chambers that are used for experimental verification of studies.
Weekly research meetings are held are held in conjunction with the ASA Student Chapter.
If you wish to get involved with research or help out the ARG in any way, check out this list of ways to GET INVOLVED.
A list of peer reviewed publications of the ARG since 1960, and other acoustics publications pre-ARG (meaning pre-student involvement) may be found here.
Students and faculty at Brigham Young University have presented in conventions of many professional societies including the Acoustical Society of America, the Audio Engineering Society, and the Institute of Noise Control and Engineering to present their research. A partial listing of BYU ARG conference presentation citations since 2002 can be found here.