Teaching in agreement with Polytechnic University of Turin
Musical spaces acoustics / Electroacoustics 1
Marco Masoero (Torino, 1954) holds university degrees in engineering from Politecnico di Torino and from Princeton University. He is been part of the faculty of Politecnico di Torino since 1983, where he is presently professor of Technical Physics. He is International Faculty Affiliate in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research, teaching and consulting activity covers two broad areas: energy engineering and applied acoustics. In the past three decades, he has done extensive work on the assessment and control of noise and vibration impact of transportation systems, architectural acoustics, and audio engineering. He has participated to national and European research projects on transportation noise and on the acoustics of historical theatres. He is consultant to railway companies and civil engineering contractors on noise and vibration control, and acoustics design projects. He teaches a graduate course on Engineering of Sound Systems in the MSc program in Cinema and Media Engineering, and he is the coordinator of the collaboration agreement between Politecnico di Torino and the School of Electronic Music of the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Torino.