Yoav Vered is a Research Fellow within the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the University of Southampton. His postdoctoral research focuses on robust and reconfigurable control for active noise and vibration control of nonautonomous and nonlinear dynamical systems.
He received his B.Sc. (2016, Summa cum Laude), Master (2017), and PhD (2021) at the Mechanical Engineering faculty at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. His PhD dissertation, “Decomposing and controlling dispersive propagation modes in acoustic-elastic waveguides at low frequencies with applications to acoustic properties evaluation,” under the supervision of Professor Izhak Bucher, dealt with analytical and numerical modelling of finite length coupled waveguides and the development of experimental methodologies to identify and control the dispersive nature of such waveguides.
His research interests are active control of sound and vibration to shape and manipulate such systems’ behaviour and reduce external disturbances and noise effects.