Rayleigh Lecture

ASME Unit:   Noise Control and Acoustics Division (NCAD)
Date Established:   1985
Achievement:   This award is given in recognition of presenting the Rayleigh Lecture at the annual ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. Lecturers are selected among those who have made pioneering contributions to the sciences and applicat
Limitations:   None
Nomination Deadline:   9/1
Form of Award:   $750.00
Frequency of Award:   Annual
Administrative:   Noise Control and Acoustics Division
Level of Award:   Division
Selected By:   Invitation by the NCAD Executive Committee
Selecting Process:   Honor is conferred upon invited lecturer
Funding:   Division Custodian Fund
Date Created:   11/8/2000
Date Modified:   6/26/2012
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Winners of the Rayleigh Lecture

2013 - Dr. Eric Ungar, Walking-induced Vibrations in Buildings: Evaluation and Prediction
2012 - Dr. Philip J. Morris, Jet noise prediction - a historical perspective and future directions
2011 - Dr. Andrew Norris, Metamaterials in Acoustics and Vibration: From Theory to Practice
2010 - Dr. Ted Farabee, Acoustics from External Flow-Structure Interactions
2009 - Dr. Scott Sommerfeldt, Global Attenuation of Acoustic Fields Using Energy-Based Active Control Techniques
2008 - Martin Pollack, A History of ASME Noise Control and Acoustics Division (NCAD)
2007 - Robert Schlinker, Putting it all Together - The Technology stages in the Design of Propulsion Systems for Noise
2006 - Donald Thompson, A Systems Approach to Noise Mitigation Strategies
2005 - Robert Clark, Structural Acoustics from Macro to Micro
2004 - Hafiz M. Atassi, Fluid-Structure Interaction and Acoustics
2003 - Earl G. Williams, Fourier Acoustics: Uncovering the Origins of Sound
2002 - Ilene Busch-Vishniac, The Big Problems Remaining in Transduction
2001 - Jerry H. Ginsberg, Variational Solutions: What Rayleigh and Ritz Did Not Tell Us
2000 - William K. Blake, Quiet Flow: Emerging Design Methods
1999 - Adnan Akay, Acoustics of Friction
1998 - Gary H. Koopmann, Designing Quiet Structures - Virtually
1997 - Michael S. Howe, Rayleigh Conductivity
1996 - Peter A. Nelson, Controlled Interference of Acoustic Fields
1995 - Maurice M. Sevik, Information Extraction from the Scattered Acoustic Field of Waterborne Structures
1994 - C. Dan Mote, Jr., Surprises in Axially Moving Material Dynamics
1993 - David G. Crighton, The High-Speed Many-Bladed Propeller: Asymptotic Theory for its Acoustic Field
1992 - Alan D. Pierce, Progressive Waves: The Modern Evolution and Refinement of One of the
          Most Basic Concepts in Acoustics
1991 - David Feit, Structural Acoustics from Lord Rayleigh to the Present
1990 - David T. Blackstock, Nonlinear Acoustics
1989 - Sir Michael James Lighthill, Biomechanics of Hearing Sensitivity
1988 - Allan Powell, Elements of Flow Noise from Rayleigh to Today
1987 - Miguel C. Junger, From the Finite to the Boundless: Acoustics of Very Large Systems
1986 - J. E. Ffowcs Williams, Computer Aided Silence
1985 - K. Uno Ingard, Acoustics in Physics and Mechanical Engineering