Mikkel Paltorp

I'm currently a PhD student sitting in the Acoustic Technology Group (ACT) as well as The Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems (CAMM) at The Technical University of Denmark.

The project is part of an ongoing research collaboration between the Technical University of Denmark and The Technical University of Munich focusing on acoustics including viscous and thermall losses using the Boundary Element Method.

The overall goal of the project is to accelerate the computational efficiency of the lossy model to a point where we can perform optimization of three-dimensional shapes. We believe that this can achieved by utilizing hiarchical matrices and the fast multipole method.

## Contact information

DTU Electrical Engineering
E-mail: mpasc $$\alpha \tau$$ elektro.dtu.dk