August 2017 Meeting: AGM and Graeme Huon on Speaker Design

August Meeting notice

The Annual General Meeting of the Melbourne Section of the AES will be held on
Monday August 14th 2017 at 7:30pm at The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre, 235 Normanby Rd South Melbourne (directions below)

The Agenda can be viewed here.
General information about our Annual general Meetings can be found at http://www.aesmelbourne.org.au/agm/

The short AGM will be followed by a presentation by Graeme Huon on the topic:

Speaker Design using Parametric Acoustic Modelling

With the number of loudspeaker manufacturers in the marketplace today you would be forgiven for thinking it is an evolving black art.
For the August AES Melbourne meeting, Graeme will take you on a quick trip through the history of speaking loudly and the evolution of the modern loudspeaker, hopefully adding some science and dispelling some myths. In particular, work done with Parametric Acoustic Modelling (PAM) to expand upon and extend Neville Thiele and Dick Small’s work will be outlined and a picture of the future painted.

About Graeme Huon:
Graeme first worked in telecommunications Operations, becoming Telstra’s National Systems architect, then Siemens Telecommunications as regional business development manager.
He has since run and sold his own start-up companies and provided technical and business consultancy in the telecommunications, software development and audio-acoustics fields, principally commercialising new technology developments.
Graeme’s work on wave analysis and modelling in particular has received world recognition as providing significant advances in fields of application as diverse as audio, acoustics, sonar, ultrasound and even physiology and sub-sonic engine aspiration!
He has worked on the Federal Advisory Committee for Intellectual Property and was instrumental in establishing the concept of the Australian Patents Tribunal as an alternate path to that of the high Court for patent disputes.
Graeme holds Australian US and world patents in multiple fields and has received the Australian Pearcey award for innovation.
He has a bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from Monash University, the Diploma of Education from Rusden teachers college and has completed the UC Berkeley HAAS venture capital program.
Graeme has served on the AES Melbourne Section’s Committee since its reactivation in 2009, including lengthy stints as Chairman and Vice-Chair. He is currently Chairman of the Section.

Location:
The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre
235 Normanby Road
South Melbourne

Directions: Entry to SAE is via the Students’ Entry, now located in Woodgate St (at rear of building).
Please report to the Supervisor’s Desk at this entry, and you will be directed to the Lecture Theatre (upstairs).

Visitors and guests welcome

SAE Students’ Entry in Woodgate St

SAE Location

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