Acoustics Research Institute
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Acoustics Research Institute
Institut für Schallforschung
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Acoustics Research Institute Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Agency overview
Formed1972/2000
Jurisdiction Austria
HeadquartersVienna, Austria
Agency executive
Parent agencyAustrian Academy of Sciences
WebsiteARI Home Page

The Acoustics Research Institute (ARI) is a non-university research institution of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. It was founded in 1972 as 'Kommission für Schallforschung', became a 'Forschungsstelle' in 1994 and since 2000 has the rank of an institute.

Areas of research

ARI is a multidisciplinary research institution, working in application-oriented basic research. It is addressing question related to the 'chain of sound', ranging from sound generation over propagation to perception. The institute's work is focused on the following topics:

ARI is conducting research on the localization of sound source with neuroprostheses (cochlea implants), modeling and improvement of measures of noise attenuation for traffic, the phonetical acoustics of regional dialects, the improvement of perceptually motivated coding strategies (such as MP3), and the mathematical theory of signal decomposition.

The institute is led by Peter Balazs.


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