I conduct research in the Structural Acoustics Branch at the NASA Langley Research Center. I am focused on integrating acoustics into flight control systems of unmanned aerial systems to reduce generated noise. Additionally, I have a strong interest in structural acoustics, digital signal processing, experimentation, acoustic liners, and cabin noise. If you would like more information about my work experience and background, please visit nasa.gov.
- Galles, M.B., Allen, A.R., "Evaluation of embedded windshield resonators to reduce cabin noise of a UAM concept aircraft," to be presented at NOISE-CON 2020, Virtual Event, November 2020.
- Galles, M.B., Newman, B., "Reducing the Noise Impact of Small Aircraft through Indirect Trajectory Optimization," presented at the AIAA AVIATION 2020 Forum, Virtual Event, June 2020. (NTRS)
- Galles, M.B., Schiller, N.H., Ackerman, K.A., Newman, B., "Feedback Control of Flight Speed to Reduce Unmanned Aerial System Noise," presented at the 2018 AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference, AVIATION Forum, Atlanta, GA, June 2018. (NTRS)
- Galles, M.B., "Reducing the Noise Impact of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles by Flight Control System Augmentation," M.S. thesis, Newman, B. (Advisor). Old Dominion University, August 2019.
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