Dominique J. Chéenne, Ph.D.
Dominique J. Chéenne holds a Brevet de Technicien Superieur from the University of Caen, France. He received a Masters degree and a Ph.D. - both in Electrical Engineering - from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. His doctoral dissertation dealt with the modeling of sound propagation over seating surfaces.
In 1979 he founded C & C Consultants, a consulting practice specializing in architectural acoustics and environmental noise control. Since its inception C & C Consultants has provided design services on hundreds of projects nationwide and abroad, including individual residences, performing arts spaces, schools, offices, factories, churches, as well as local, state and Federal government facilities. Click here for more information on C & C Consultants.
In 1995, Dr. Chéenne joined the faculty of Columbia College Chicago. He is currently serving as a Full Professor in the Department of Audio Arts & Acoustics where he directs the Acoustics Program. His main research interests are in the application of computer models to architectural acoustics and to environmental noise control issues, and his research work is regularly presented in national and international refereed settings. He was the recipient of the College’s Distinguished Scholar Award for 2007-2009.
Dr. Chéenne is a member of the Audio Engineering Society and of the Acoustical Society of America.
Audio Arts & Acoustics Department
Columbia College Chicago
33 E. Congress Parkway, Suite 601
Chicago, IL 60605