Background and activities
Guillaume Dutilleux is a professor in Environmental acoustics. His research interests are environmental noise (simulation, measurement and perception) and bioacoustics, in particular engineering grade outdoor noise prediction methods, time-domain prediction methods, acoustic monitoring of endangered species, the impacts of anthropogenic noise on terrestrial ecosystems.
Guillaume Dutilleux graduated from the French state civil engineering school (ENTPE) in 1994 with a major in Computer Science. He received an MSc in Acoustics and Vibrations from INSA Lyon, France in 1994 and PhD degree in Building Acoustics for Lyon I university, France, in 1999. He also earned a BSc in Biology from Strasbourg university, France, in 2007.
From 2000 to 2016 he served as a scientist and then as a group leader at Cerema Est (formerly CETE de l'Est) in Strasbourg, France, before joining NTNU.
- TTT4180 - Technical Acoustics
- TTT4290 - Bioacoustics for biodiversity
- TFE4580 - Electronic Systems Design and Innovation, Specialization Project
- TFE4590 - Electronic Systems Design, Specialization Project
- TTT4250 - Acoustical Measurement Techniques
- TTT4285 - Acoustics of the Built Environment
- TFE4595 - Electronic Systems Design, Specialization Course
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2020) Comparing sound emergence and sound pressure level as predictors of short-term annoyance from wind turbine noise. Acta Acustica. vol. 4 (3).
- (2020) A parametric study of long-range atmospheric sound propagation using underwater acoustics software. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA). vol. 41 (1).
- (2019) Challenges of the use of sound emergence for setting legal noise limits. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). vol. 16:4517 (22).