Chair in Emerging Technologies 2018
Acoustic metamaterials are an emerging class of engineered materials designed to control, direct, and manipulate audible and ultrasonic waves. Professor Subramanian aims to create a controllable device that transforms an incident audio field into any diffraction-limited acoustic field. Professor Subramanian seeks to underpin the device design with strong engineering principles and scientific understanding. The principal approach to creating SSMs is through the systematic exploration of reconfigurable acoustic metamaterials.
Personal website: https://subramaniansri.github.io/