David Barclay
Web: ResearchGate, Google Scholar

Post docs (former):

Scott Loranger (OFI Post Doc Scholar, WHOI, 2020 - 2021)

Romina Gehrmann (2020)

Graduate Students (graduated):

Kimberly Franklin (MSc)
Thesis topic: The effects of anthropogenic noise on Arctic whales in Baffin Bay, Canada

Robert Drinnan (MSc)
Thesis topic: Low-frequency hydrophone calibration

Nikita Kovaloff (MSc)
Thesis topic: Estimating the broadband effective source level of wind-wave generated noise

Saisai Li (PhD - incomplete, 2022)
Research topic: Ambient noise modelling

Brendan Smith (PhD)
Thesis topic: Passive acoustic monitoring of hydrothermal vents

Marina Antipina (MSc, 2022)
Thesis topic: Passive acoustic ship detection performance near the Port of Sept-Îles, Quebec, Canada

Jeffrey MacDonald (MSc, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2022) co- supervised with Dr. Jean-Francois Bousquet
Thesis topic: Analysis on the impact of flow on the underwater acoustic channel

Emmanuelle Cook (PhD)
Thesis topic: Arctic noise measurements and prediction
Web: www.emmanuellecook.ca

Calder Robinson (MSc, 2020)
Thesis title: Modelling the coastal ambient noise field in time, frequency, and space Underwater propagation modelling for acoustic communications

Afolarin Egbewande (PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2022) co-supervised with Dr. Jean-Francois Bousquet
Thesis title: Mitigating the impact of ocean ambient noise in an underwater acoustic communication system
Web: Linked-in

Emma Giesbrecht (Masters in Marine Management, 2018)
Graduate project: Acoustic modelling to inform policies: Mitigating vessel noise impact on Arctic cetaceans within the Tallurutiup Imanga NMCA

Najeem Shajahan (PhD, 2022)
Thesis title: Ocean Sound field characterization using processing techniques based on noise spatial coherence
Web: ResearchGate

Bruce Martin (PhD, 2018)
Thesis title: One minute at a time: Advancing our ability to estimate effects of human sound on marine life.
Web: ResearchGate

Dugald Thompson (PhD)
Thesis topic: (working title) Ship and ambient noise in Lancaster Sound.
Web: Linked-in

Meghan Troup (PhD) Co-supervised with Dr. Craig Brown
Thesis title: Mapping in North Atlantic Waters: Utilizing Remotely Operated Vehicles for Seafloor Classification

Maxime Miron-Morin (MSc, 2018) co-supervised with Dr. Jean-Francois Bousquet
Thesis title: Quantification of the oceanographic contributors to time-variance in the underwater acoustic channel during the DalCOMMS1 experiment.

Carolyn Binder (PhD, 2017) co-supervised with Dr. Paul Hines
Thesis topic: Impacts of environment-dependent acoustic propagation on passive acoustic monitoring of cetaceans

Anne Lombardi (MSc, 2016) co-advised with Dr. Alex Hay
Thesis topic: Soundscape characterization in a dynamic acoustic environment: Grand Passage, Nova Scotia, a planned in-stream tidal energy site

Undergraduate Students:

Matt Marr (Research assistant, 2021-2022)
Research topic: Construction of a hydrofoiling autonomous craft

Michael Beaudoin (Honours, 2020)
Thesis topic: Ambient noise in the Mississippi River

Zachary Wallot-Beale (NSERC undergraduate student research assistant, 2019)
Research topic: Sound transmission through a turbulent shallow water channel

Calder Robinson (undergraduate research assistant & Honours, Oceanography, 2017-2018)
Thesis topic: SPIRITed Seas: Inferring sea surface roughness with a custom built sensor

Matthew Auvinen (Honours, Oceanography, 2016-17, undergraduate research assistant, 2017)
Thesis: Performance of a low-frequency high-flow acoustic sensing array for turbulent ocean conditions

Faisel Fahad Aldenaini, Sebastien Boivin, Mohammed Alhamoud (Honours, ECE, 2016-17)
Research topic: Navigation and control system for an autonomous hovercraft.

Leo Vinour (ENSTA , 2016)
Research topic: Construction of a remotely controlled hovercraft.

Liang Bao (Co-op, Engineering, 2016)
Research topic: Design of acoustic array housing for a high flow environment.

Shannon Steele (undergraduate research assistant, 2016)
Research topic: Modelling an array of tidal turbines in the Minas Passage.

Danielle Moore (Co-op, Bio, 2015)
Research topic: Modelling the effect of oceanographic variability on fish tag detections along the Halifax line.

Brian Little and Eric Hamilton (Honours, ECE, 2015)
Research topic: GPS and inertial measurement unit navigation of an underwater vertical profiler.

Nick Hansen, Andrew Noujaim and Duc Cuong Dinh (Honours, ECE, 2015-16)
Research topic: Line array source optimization for underwater music fidelity in a pool.

Research Associates and Technicians:

Richard Cheel
Matt Hatcher
David Burns
Daniel Morrison