BS (1969), MS (1972) and Ph. D. (1975) from Carnegie Mellon University His doctoral research was on the development of an optimal design of a lightweight sandwich structure for maximum noise reduction.
McDonnell Douglas - Douglas Aircraft Co.
Acoustics Section manager: responsible for Interior Noise design for production programs including MD-80, MD-90, MD-11 and c-17. Interior noise designs for the MD-11 and C-17 aircraft, a noise reduction effort for the aft cabin of the MD-80
Section Manager: Acoustic Laboratory and Flight test programs, including laboratory development tests on active noise control systems
Team Leader: MD-90 aircraft test program from FAR 36 noise certification to interior noise measurement.
Consultant to flight ramp on predelivery noise problems.
Test Coordinator for several contract Hushkit programs for the DC-8, DC-9 and B-737 aircraft.
Owens Corning Fiberglas Research Center (Granville, OH)
Senior Engineer providing customer support to both the aircraft and appliance industries to help develop efficient acoustical treatment packages for their products. He also developed a computer operating system for the Acoustical Research Lab. Dr. Lang was co-author of a Patent for a lightweight thermal insulation material.
Concordia University (Montreal, Canada)
Assistant Professor Building Engineering teaching Noise and Vibration Control
Developed an Acoustical Research Laboratory in the Department of Building Engineering.
Member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering
Past Chairman of the Subcommittee on Research ASTM Committee E-33.