Xiaojun Du was the Managing Consultant with the Shanghai office until his retirement in 2020. He still has some involvement with Marshall Day Acoustics and specialises in acoustic design and the design of noise and vibration control systems.
Xiaojun Du graduated from Monash University, Melbourne in 1994. He has worked in the fields of noise, vibration and machine design in China and has concentrated on noise and vibration in Australia, giving him over 20 years practical experience in this area. During his Master program at Monash University, he developed a boundary element model to predict noise field around roadside barriers (papers have been published at international conferences).
In 2005, Xiaojun Du relocated to China to set up the Shanghai office of Marshall Day Acoustics.
Qualifications & Memberships
- Master of Engineering Science, Monash University
- Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai University of Science and Technology