Andrew Peplow holds a first degree of B.S. degree and M.S. degree in mathematical sciences (1990) and a higher degree of Ph.D. degree in civil engineering awarded by the University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, in 1996. In 2002, he was awarded Technical Acoustics Docent Qualification at KTH, Stockholm, Sweden. He is currently working in Natural Sciences and Public Health at Zayed University, UAE. Teaching environmental physics and research courses. Previously in Orebro he supported the surface drilling group on CE marking, operator, and environmental noise and general vibration modeling plus undertaking cross-functional recommendations related to coming possible legislation on environmental noise impact. Peplow has had over 20 years of experience in modeling, measurements, and analysis in noise and vibration engineering in the research and commercial sectors. Recently, he was a Consultant for Hoare Lea Acoustics and a Mathematics Lecturer at University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Since joining Hoare Lea Acoustics in 2008, he became involved in a wide range of practical projects from building acoustics, building vibration, and environmental noise with particular interest in long-term vibration measurement. Andrew has undertaken noise and vibration research and held academic positions at University of Bradford, ISVR University of Southampton, PMA KU Leuven, and Marcus Wallenberg Laboratory for Sound and Vibration and coauthored over fifty peer-reviewed articles and two book chapters on wind-turbine noise and computational acoustics.
Biography Updated on 1 February 2016