Dominique J. Chéenne, Ph.D., INCE

Biographical Profile

Dominique J. Chéenne received his Masters and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He also holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Caen, France, and continuing education certificates in the area of industrial control systems. His primary research interests deal with computer modeling of room acoustics and with study of environmental noise propagation.

Dominique J. Chéenne immigrated to the United States of America in 1979 and founded C&C Consultants, a consulting practice specializing in acoustics and noise control with an emphasis on architectural and environmental projects. In 1995, Dr. Chéenne was invited to join the faculty of Columbia College to develop the acoustics curriculum of the school's Sound Program; this opportunity combined with the desire to expand the firm's reach resulted in the opening of a second office for C&C Consultants in Chicago. Dr. Chéenne directs the Acoustics Program within the Audio Arts & Acoustics Department at Columbia College Chicago, where he now holds the rank of Full Professor.