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Jérémie voix, P. Eng., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Département de génie mécanique
École de technologie supérieure
1100, rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montréal (Québec)
Canada H3C 1K3
Phone : +1 (514) 396-8437
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Professor Jérémie Voix is an acoustics specialist with nearly 20 years of experience in workplace noise mitigation. Since 2000, he has worked concurrently in academic and industrial settings, published his fundamental and applied research results, and continued to register patents for an advanced individual hearing protection solution. Professor Voix has authored or co-authored over 100 scientific publications as well as a dozen patents. As a hearing protection expert, he is regularly invited to contribute to the organization of international conferences and to review articles and theses. He has been awarded several prizes and distinctions in recent years, including the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec “Hommage reconnaissance pour contribution exceptionnelle” (2017) and the ÉTS Board of Director’s “Prix d’excellence en recherche– Chercheur émergent” (2017). He was appointed Research and Innovation Ambassador by the ÉTS Alumni Association and received TechnoMontréal’s Inspiration|Innovation award (2012). Professor Voix is President of the Canadian Acoustical Association (CAA), and Associate Director (Scientific and Technological Research) at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT), housed at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, where he is also an Adjunct Professor. He is as well an associate member of the International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS) and co-founder of the ÉTS-IRSST joint infrastructure laboratory for acoustic research (ICAR–Infrastructure commune en acoustique pour la recherche). Member of the Canadian Standards Association Z94,2 committee on Hearing Protection (CSA S304.3-SC), he is an active member of the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) S12 WG11 working group. He is also in charge of writing the technical draft for the future ANSI S12.71 standard, which will govern field attenuation measurement systems for hearing protectors.

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