Sound production of the critically endangered totoaba: applying underwater sound detection to fish species conservation Goldie Phillips – email@example.comSci-Brid International Consulting, LLC16192 Coastal HwyLewes, DE 19958 Gerald D’Spain –...
13 February, 2020: US Opening Ceremony
The ASA Washington DC Regional Chapter will be hosting the US International Year of Sound Opening Ceremony on Thursday, February 13th, 6pm – 9pm in the American Center for Physics (One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740).
World Hearing Day — 3 March 2020
International Noise Awareness Day — Wednesday, 29 April 2020
9–10 May 2020: ASA School 2020
ASA School 2020 is a two-day course for graduate students and early career acousticians being held in Itasca, Illinois. Visit https://acousticalsociety.org/asa-school-2020/ for application information.
11–15 May 2020: ASA Spring meeting
The 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America will be held in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Jam Session in Chicago
The College of Fellows will host the ASA Jam Session on Wednesday, 13 May, at 8:00 p.m. Bring your axe, horn, sticks, voice, or anything else that makes music. Musicians and non-musicians are all welcome to attend. A full PA system, backline equipment, guitars, bass, keyboard, and drum set will be provided. All attendees will enjoy live music, a cash bar, and all-around good times. Don’t miss out.
Listen Up and Get Involved!
Monday, 11 May, 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Technical Tour to Riverbank Laboratories
Participants are asked to make a $10 donation to the Acoustical Society of America Early Career Leadership Campaign (CAECL) when they register for the meeting. Click here for more details.
11–15 May 2020: Gallery of Acoustics
The Gallery will consist of a collection of images, videos, audio clips, and narrations of images and/or sounds generated by acoustic processes or resulting from signal and image processing of acoustic data. Visit the ASA meeting website for submission guidelines: acousticalsociety.org/asa-meetings
11–15 May 2020: Hands-on Workshop: Wiki4YearOfSound2020
During the 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Workshop attendees will learn the basics of Wikipedia editing, make substantive changes to Wikipedia articles within their area of expertise, and find out more about the Wiki Education Foundation’s classroom program.
11–15 May 2020: Without the Past, There is no Present or Future – The Story of Historical Instruments. A display of historical instruments and photographs will be on display at the 179th ASA Spring meeting.
11–15 May 2020: Biomedical Acoustics Workshop: Time-domain ultrasound simulation in biological tissue using k-Wave
There is no fee to participate, however, participants must register online or use the printed registration form at the time of registering for 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. See full details here.
9 – 13 November 2020: ASA Fall meeting
The 180th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America will be held in Cancun, Mexico.
2pAB – Sound production of the critically endangered totoaba: applying underwater sound detection to fish species conservation – Goldie Phillips
A Machine Learning Model of the Global Ambient Sound LevelShane V. Lympany – firstname.lastname@example.orgMichael M. James – email@example.comAlexandria R. SaltonMatthew F. CaltonBlue Ridge Research and Consulting, LLC29 N Market St, Suite...
Consonant Variation in Southern Speech Lisa Lipani - firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Olsen - email@example.com Rachel Olsen - firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Linguistics University of Georgia 142 Gilbert Hall Athens, Georgia 30602 Popular version of paper 4aSC19...
“How head and eyebrow movements help make conversation a success” Samantha Danner – email@example.com Dani Byrd – firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Linguistics, University of Southern California Grace Ford Salvatori Hall, Rm. 301 3601 Watt Way Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693...
2aNSb7 – Automatically finding focused crowd involvement at basketball games and Mardi Gras parades – Mylan Cook
Automatically finding focused crowd involvement at basketball games and Mardi Gras parades Mylan Cook – email@example.comEric Todd – firstname.lastname@example.orgKent L. Gee – email@example.comMark K. Transtrum – firstname.lastname@example.orgBrigham Young UniversityN283 ESCProvo, UT 84602...
Bubbles on kidney stones in humans Julianna C. Simon – email@example.comGraduate Program in AcousticsThe Pennsylvania State University201E Applied Science BuildingUniversity Park, PA 16802ANDCenter for Industrial and Medical UltrasoundApplied Physics...
“Sound pollution decreases the chances of love for oyster toadfish” Rosalyn Putland firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of Minnesota Duluth, 1035 Kirby DriveDuluth, Minnesota 55812 Alayna Mackiewicz email@example.comUniversity of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 120 South...
3pNS3 – “Design of an Electric Vehicle Warning Sound System to Minimize Noise Pollution” – Nikolaos Kournoutos
“Design of an Electric Vehicle Warning Sound System to Minimize Noise Pollution” Nikolaos Kournoutos – firstname.lastname@example.orgJordan Cheer – J.Cheer@soton.ac.ukInstitute of Sound and Vibration Research,University of SouthamptonUniversity RdSouthampton, UK SO17 1BJ Popular...
4pPPb2 – Phantom words are heard more frequently as coming from the right side of space – Diana Deutsch
4pPPb2 - Phantom words are heard more frequently as coming from the right side of space Diana Deutsch 1, Kevin Dooley 3, Trevor Henthorn 21Diana Deutsch – email@example.comDept. of Psychology,University of California, San Diego,La Jolla, CA , 92093, USA 3Kevin...
Communication Between Native and Non-Native Speakers Melissa Baese-Berk firstname.lastname@example.org 1290 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403 Popular version of 3pID2 Presented Wednesday afternoon, December 4, 2019 178th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America,...
Singing Ice: A Star Wars Story
David T. Bradley, Erica Ryherd, and Lauren Ronsse (editors)
Acoustics of Worship Spaces: three decades of design (Springer-Verlag, 2016)
Sound Materials: A Compendium of Sound Absorbing Materials for Architecture and Design (Frame Publishers, November 2016)