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Dario D'Orazio

Junior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Industrial Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-IND/11 Building Physics and Building Energy Systems


Involved in the following research projects:

  • “Evaluation of the survey activities of healthcare operators of Emilia-Romagna, Liguria e Toscana regions on noise and vibrations risks in most critical industrial sectors”. Supported by INAIL.

  • “Acoustics and architecture of historical theatres of Emilia-Romagna”. CIRI, Inter-University Centre for Industrial Research.

  • “Noise control of the oil refining industrial plant in Busalla (GE)”.

  • “Environmental and architectural acoustics in the municipal jurisdiction of Budrio (BO)”.

  • “Evaluation of the building acoustic performance of a new building (CREA srl), Improvement of sound quality inside of Academic rooms”

  • “Evaluation of flanking transmission of innovative junctions for wooden structures”. Supported by Rothoblaas SpA (BZ).

    As acoustic consultant:

  • Acoustic design for “Torri dell’acqua ” auditorium of Budrio, 2009

  • Acoustic design for the listening room at Acoustic Laboratory of University of Bologna, 2013

  • Acoustic design for orchestra shell for Teatro Duse of Bologna, 2014

  • Acoustic consultant for “Teatro Galli” of Rimini - currently the biggest project for an opera house in Italy (total cost of about 16M euro), from 2015.

  • Acoustic design for the historical rebuilding of former “Cinema Fulgor” inside of the new Fellini museum in Rimini, 2016.

  • Acoustic design of audio restoring control room at Studio Son, Locarno (CH), 2017.

    Responsible for the University of Bologna team in the 1st Round Robin on Auralisation held by SEACEN consortium (Brinkmann, Ackermann, Weinzierl, Asp ̈ock, Obdam, Vorl ̈ander), 2016–2017.

    Responsible for the University of Bologna team in the 1st Italian Round Robin on reverberant rooms (ISO 354, ISO 3741), 2017.

    Investigator of V.E.R.D.I. (Virtual Enhanced Reality Dedicated to Immersivity), a project to merge geomatics techniques and acoustic simulation, 2017.

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