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Rewan Toubar is a doctoral researcher in building engineering and is a member of the Concordia Acoustics Lab. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering, specializing in building energy and environment. Rewan’s research focuses on developing a comprehensive and comparative framework for quantifying speech privacy in office spaces, the most common indicator of indoor environmental quality. Her research will help provide insights into the impact of noise discomfort on the health, well-being and productivity of office occupants. By quantifying speech privacy in various office layouts and environments, her research could provide evidence to support the development of policies and guidelines that promote healthy and productive work environments. Rewan’s X handle is @rewantoubar

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