Emmanuel Skarsoulis is Research Director at FORTH/IACM. His interests are focused on underwater acoustics and acoustical oceanography, with applications in ocean acoustic tomography, underwater acoustic localization ,marine bioacoustics, ambient noise modelling, acoustic detection analysis, related acoustic propagation modeling and signal processing issues. He has been principal investigator in a large number of related research projects. He is member of the European Acoustic Association (EAA) and of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA).
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E.K. Skarsoulis, B.D. Cornuelle, Cross-correlation of shipping noise: Refraction and receiver-motion effects, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 145, pp. 3003-3010, 2019.

E.K. Skarsoulis, G. Piperakis, M. Kalogerakis, E. Orfanakis, P. Papadakis, S.E. Dosso, A. Frantzis, Underwater Acoustic Pulsed Source Localization with a Pair of Hydrophones, Remote Sensing, Vol. 10, 883; doi:10.3390/rs10060883, 2018.

E.K. Skarsoulis, B.D. Cornuelle, M.A. Dzieciuch, Long-range asymptotic behavior of vertical travel-time sensitivity kernels, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 134, pp. 3201–3210, 2013.

E.K. Skarsoulis, M.A. Kalogerakis, Ray-theoretic localization of an impulsive source in a stratified ocean using two hydrophones, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 118, pp. 2934-2943, 2005.

E.K. Skarsoulis, Fast Coupled-Mode Approximation for Broadband Pulse Propagation in a Range-Dependent Ocean, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering., Vol. 24, pp. 172-182, 1999.

E.K. Skarsoulis, A matched-peak inversion approach for ocean acoustic travel-time tomography, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 107, pp. 1324-1332, 2000.
Ocean Acoustics: Ocean acoustic propagation modelling, inverse problems – ocean acoustic tomography and localization, long-range propagation, ambient noise modelling, noise cross-correlation methods, detection analysis, related signal processing issues, ocean acoustic experiments.

Bioacoustics: Acoustics of cetaceans, passive localization of vocalizing whales.