Dr Daniel Elford praised by the Queen for his contribution to uk technology.
Sonobex Founder met The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on Monday at a reception at Buckingham Palace.
Dr Daniel Elford – Sonobex – meeting The Queen on 9th June 2014
A brief biography of Daniel:
Daniel Elford is Chief Technology Officer at Sonobex Limited and Co-Founded the Company in 2012; a spin-out company from the Department of Physics at Loughborough University.
Dr Elford is responsible for establishing Sonobex's technical vision and leading aspects of research & development; including managing and defining the Company's intellectual property portfolio and strategy. He also leads the team of acoustic engineers to develop innovative noise control solutions with the use of finite element simulations.
Dr Elford graduated from Loughborough University with a first class degree in Engineering Physics in 2007 and He holds a PhD in Engineering Physics from Loughborough University.
He has published a number of scientific papers in the field of acoustics and noise control and presented at many prestigious acoustics conferences.
He has over 10 years experience in acoustics and is a Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellow, Member of the Institute of Acoustics and Member of the Institute of Physics.
Dr Elford also holds external positions such as: Honorary Fellow in the Department of Physics at Loughborough University and as an Interim Committee Member of the Physical Acoustics Group of the Institute of Acoustics.
In 2015 Dr Elford was awarded the Institute of Acoustics Young Persons' Award for Innovation in Acoustical Engineering.
The Sonobex Noise Reduction technology is already in use or in the development stage in the following applications:
- Power & Distribution Transformers
- Compressors and Pumps
- Gas Turbines
- Extraction Units
- Industrial Engineering Applications
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