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  • The latest news and activities of the RUMBLE project were presented to the European Aeronautics Science Network through the April edition of the EASN Newsletter which is distributed to approximately 15000 scientists, policy makers and key players in the European Aeronautics industry.

  • The RUMBLE 4th Progress Review and Advisory Board Meeting was held at the premises of Dassault Aviation in Paris, France.

  • The European Aeronautics Science Network publishes on a regular basis an electronic newsletter which is distributed to several thousands of researchers and scientists throughout Europe.

    A RUMBLE related article has been published in the December 2019 issue, presenting the latest news and main up-to-date activities of the project.

    For the article please visit the December 2019 issue of the EASN Newsletter.

  • RUMBLE has successfully completed the organization of the 1st RUMBLE Open Workshop, where participants from the European and International (NASA, JAXA) aerospace community had the unique chance to attend and share their views regarding low sonic boom and supersonic flight. Furthermore, the RUMBLE Open Workshop was a perfect opportunity to engage with stakeholders presenting the results of the work performed so far within the project.

  • A RUMBLE related article has been published in the August issue of the European Aeronautics Science Network Newsletter highlighting the progress of the project​.

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    The RUMBLE 3rd Progress Review Meeting was successfully held on the 20th and 21st of June 2019 in Saint-Cyr-l'École, France.

    The two-day meeting was hosted by Sorbonne University at the Institut Jean Le Rond d'Alembert, bringing together the RUMBLE consortium partners and the European Commission Project Officer.

  • On the 19th of June 2019, the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) WG1 visited the Sorbonne University premises in Saint-Cyr-l'École, France where the RUMBLE sonic boom simulator is located.

    The WG1 members had the opportunity to see the sonic boom simulator in action. As part of RUMBLE Work Package 3, the simulator has been developed by Sorbonne University and CNRS in order to insonify a campus house with low boom and investigate the human response to it.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769896.

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