PBNv2 Project Meeting hosted by Goodyear in Luxembourg

29th – 30th October, 2019

PBNv2 Midterm and Project Meeting hosted by KU Leuven

20th – 21st February, 2019

PBNv2 Project Meeting hosted by INSA Lyon

29th – 30th November, 2018

First Public Training Course

was organized by ISVR and held at INSA Lyon on 28th – 29th November, 2018

PBNv2 Meeting hosted by Applus/Idiada in Barcelona

May 2nd -3rd , 2018

Kickoff Consortium Meeting in Leuven

May 29th -30th , 2017

All Vacancies filled!

All positions for the H2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie project PBNv2 - Next generation Pass-By Noise approaches for new powertrain vehicles (ETN GA721615) have been filled.

About Us

PBNv2 is formed by 10 beneficiaries combining leading education institutes, top research institutions and leading companies as well as 7 partner organisations established in European automotive R&D.

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Project Objectives

The general goal of PBNv2 is to support in next generation pass-by noise approaches allowing for quiet and safe vehicles.

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ESRs & Workpackages

PBNv2 is divided into 3 work-packages which is conducted by 14 ESRs.

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Join us for the PBNv2 closing event!

By Dionysios Panagiotopoulos | April 8, 2021

To celebrate the successful completion of the project we are organizing an online event! Join us HERE! This event will host two keynote lectures by Steven Dom from SISW and Romain Rumpler from KTH. The keynote lectures will investigate different aspects of the Pass-By Noise problem and will sketch its future with new types of…

PBNv2 book gets published!

By Dionysios Panagiotopoulos | March 29, 2021

We are proud to announce the publication of our PBNv2 book. The official title of the book is “PBNv2” Next generation Pass-By noise approaches for new powertrain vehicles.  The book contains a collection of contributions from all Early Stage Researchers that are members of the PBNv2 consortium.  The European commission is acknowledged for funding the…

The 5th technical workshop (technical training S6 & transferable skills training T5) organised by AIT and second public technical course offered by IDIADA, November 6-11, 2020

By Dionysios Panagiotopoulos | November 3, 2020

This online event organized by AIT and IDIADA consists of two parts: The training on transferable skills (open to the ESRs of PBNv2) will cover two interactive workshops: On Nov. 6, “Diversity in Science” by Julia Himmelsbach (AIT) is dedicated to the core areas of knowledge, self-reflection, social competence, gender- and diversity-aware organizational competencies in…

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