Keynote Speaker

Industry-related noise & vibration control

Bosun Xie

South China University of Technology, China

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools. She has developed her scientific competencies during internships at a.o. MIT and Washington University, USA, and universities in South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Italy.


Spatial hearing and virtual auditory display

Wonju Jeon

KAIST, Korea

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools.


Wonju Jeon

KAIST, Korea

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools.


Acoustic black hole and metamaterials

Wonju Jeon

KAIST, Korea

André Fiebig studied communication science, acoustics and sociology and earned his PhD in the scope of psychoacoustics at the Technical University of Berlin. He has been working for HEAD acoustics GmbH for several years where he leads a working group concerned with developing test procedures for the investigation of sound perception and assessment. He is involved in national and international standardization working groups and has contributed to several international research projects investigating the impact of environmental noise on humans. He currently chairs the technical committee on noise at the German Acoustical Society DEGA. He has authored several scientific publications including book chapters about soundscape, metric development and jury testing methods. His special research interest lies in the field of cognitive stimulus integration of streams of auditory sensations in the context of environmental noise.


Floor Impact vibration and noise control

Berndt Zeitler

University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Germany

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools.


Atsuo Hiramitsu

Building Research Institute, Japan

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools.


Plenary Speaker

A cognitive approach to urban soundscapes

Catherine Gustavino

McGill University, Canada

Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė is the Head of the Social Technologies LAB at Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. She is also leading the Programme of Communication and Information Management Technologies at Kaunas University of Technology. Her main research interests are digital co-creation, collective decision-making, and decentralized governance. She has developed a Collective Intelligence Monitoring Technique for evaluation of networked platforms. She is a member of scientific committees of different scientific conferences and journals, a part of PhD Students Society, and a guest lecturer at international PhD schools. She has developed her scientific competencies during internships at a.o. MIT and Washington University, USA, and universities in South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Italy.