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  • 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.

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

  • On the 13th and 14th of March, 2019 the RUMBLE Consortium successfully conducted its 2nd Progress Meeting in Paris, France.

    The two-day project meeting was hosted by the project partner, Sorbonne University, on their premises. Partners representing the Consortium organisations gathered in the French capital to present the latest scientific and technical achievements, discuss the overall progress of the project, exchange ideas and agree on next steps.

  • The 22nd Workshop of the Aeroacoustics Specialists Committee of the CEAS was successfully conducted from the 6th to 7th of September, 2018 at the Netherlands Aerospace Centre in Amsterdam. The workshop focused on the relation between aircraft design and noise impact.

  • The RUMBLE Project was presented by Jean Francois Perelgritz at "THE FUTURE OF AERODYNAMICS" Conference on 25th July 2018, in Bristol.

    The Royal Aeronautical Society’s biennial Applied Aerodynamics Research Conference which took place in Bristol between the 24th and 26th July 2018, also marked the 100th anniversary of the formation of the RAF.

  • A RUMBLE project’s brief presentation was conducted in the frame of the ACARE workshop held from 29th to 31st January 2018 at the FAA research center in Atlantic City (USA), where the “international cooperation” part of the future EC work programme was discussed. The RUMBLE project was represented by the coordinator Jean-Francois Perelgritz (Airbus S.A.S).

  • The RUMBLE project is presented in the European Aeronautics Science Network’s Newsletter. This newsletter is published in regular basis and is distributed to several thousands of researchers and scientists throughout Europe.

    In the January 2018 issue, a RUMBLE related article was published presenting briefly the project, its objectives and moves towards their accomplishments.


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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