Harold Marshall (acoustician)
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Sir Harold Marshall
|Born||September 15, 1931|
|Alma mater||University of Auckland|
University of Southampton
|Known for||Room acoustics|
|Awards||Wallace Clement Sabine Medal (1995)|
Rayleigh Medal (2015)
|Fields||Architecture, Physics, Acoustics|
|Institutions||University of Auckland|
Marshall Day Acoustics
He is Professor Emeritus of the University of Auckland School of Architecture, and co-founder of Marshall Day Acoustics Ltd in 1981 with Chris Day. He currently resides in Auckland New Zealand, and continues work with Marshall Day Acoustics as a group consultant.
He is recognised internationally for his contribution to concert hall design, in particular his seminal work with Mike Barron on the importance of lateral reflections.
- Marshall was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand in 1994. He also holds Fellowships in the Acoustical Society of America and the New Zealand Institute of Architects.
- In 1995 he was awarded the Wallace Clement Sabine Medal by the Acoustical Society of America for his contributions to the field of architectural acoustics, and design of concert halls.
- In 2006 he received the Gold Medal of the Acoustical Foundation of India.
- In 2008 he received the title of Knight of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
- In 2013 he received the Pickering Medal from the Royal Society of New Zealand.
- In 2015 he received the Rayleigh Medal from the Institute of Acoustics.
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