bio

Joe has won national and international awards for teaching and for research. On the internet, he's best known for Physclips, a multi-media, multi-level introduction to physics. He leads a research laboratory that studies the acoustics of the voice, the ear and musical instruments. This lab also has a very popular website. When not doing science, Joe is a composer and player of orchestral and chamber music.

Recent awards for research
  • The 2010 Excellence in Acoustics Award of the Australian Acoustical Society presented (shared with the lab).
  • The 2004 International Medal (la Médaille Étrangère) of the French Acoustical Society.
  • The 2004 Excellence in Acoustics Award of the Australian Acoustical Society presented (shared with the lab).
  • The 2003 Science Writing Award for Professionals in Acoustics of the Acoustical Society of America.
  • Fellow of the Acoustical Societies of Australia and America.
Recent awards for teaching

Cursos

Mechanics: Motion, Forces, Energy and Gravity, from Particles to Planets