I conduct research in the Structural Acoustics Branch at the NASA Langley Research Center. During my master's research, I focused on integrating acoustics into flight control systems of unmanned aerial systems to reduce generated noise. Now, I am working on both cabin noise and acoustic liner research. Additionally, I have an interest in structural acoustics, digital signal processing, experimentation, acoustic liners, and other topics related to 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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