PhD, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
MS, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
BSE, Acoustical Engineering, University of Hartford
BM, Classical Percussion Performance, University of Hartford
Chris Jasinski is a proud alumnus of the University of Hartford, graduating with both a Bachelor of Science in Acoustical Engineering and a Bachelor of Music in Classical Percussion Performance. He completed his Master of Science and doctorate in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, studying novel concepts to reduce the aerodynamic drag caused by acoustic liners. Jasinski served as a Pathways Intern (co-op) at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., and worked closely with the Structural Acoustics Branch at NASA on projects related to the acoustics and fluid mechanics of acoustic liners for turbofan engine nacelles. His primary research interests include aeroacoustics, fluid mechanics, concert hall acoustics and perception, musical acoustics, and environmental noise. He is interested in collaboration between engineers and urban planners to get a fresh perspective on noise pollution caused by air transportation, and research and course development on emerging technologies for renewable energy, particularly wind turbines.