Hanna Yanglou, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in applied science (mechanical engineering) from University of British Columbia (UBC) in December 2016. While studying at UBC, she interned with acoustical consulting firms and conducted research on auralization with UBC; acoustic soundscapes with British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT); and software development for open-plan spaces with Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS).
Hanna has experience developing 3-D acoustic models using Cadna/A and CATT-Acoustic software. She also has experience studying and assessing environmental acoustics, classroom acoustics, and rail traffic vibration. She has conducted long-term noise measurements and reverberation tests, as well as ambient and background noise measurements.
She is familiar with acoustical instrumentation and has working knowledge of a variety of equipment including Soundbook analyzers, Brüel & Kjær sound level meters, omni-directional loudspeakers, and artificial mouth speakers.