Danielle Moreau

Danielle Moreau


ARC DECRA fellow at the University of New South Wales and Full Bright Scholar

Dr Danielle Moreau is a lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of New South Wales. She is a member of Flow Noise Group and her current research is in the field of aeroacoustics. Her research focuses on the understanding and control of flow-induced noise with the aim of quietening modern technologies such as submarines, wind turbines and aircraft.

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Flow Noise Group at UNSW

PhD Thesis "Spatially fixed and moving virtual sensing methods for active noise control."

Honours and Awards

  • Royal Aeronautical Society Bronze Written Paper Prize (2017)
  • NSW Young Tall Poppy Science Award (2016)
  • ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (2015)
  • Fulbright South Australia Scholar (2013) (Host institution: Virginia Polytechnic and State University)
  • Australian University Federation of Women Postdoctoral Award (2013)
  • Centre for Energy Technology Best Contribution to Research Quality Prize (2012)
  • University Doctoral Research Medal (2011)
  • PhD thesis commendation from the Dean of Graduate Studies (2010)
  • Acoustics 08 Best Paper in Structural Acoustics and Vibration (2008)
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (2006)
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