177th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
13–17 May 2019
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SCHEDULE OF PRESS CONFERENCES FOR MAY 14
Note: All press conference times are in Eastern Time (ET)
10am – 11am
Brian Monson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) – How Much Language are Children Exposed to in the Womb?
JoAnn McGee (University of Minnesota) – Can Sound Protect Eagles from Wind Turbine Collisions?
Klaus Genuit (HEAD Acoustics GmbH) – Signals to Noise in Acoustic Vehicles Alerting Systems
Rene Weinandy (German Environment Agency) – Signals to Noise in Acoustic Vehicles Alerting Systems
1pm – 2pm
Mark VanDam (Washington State University) – Toddlers Are Great at Getting Conversation Started
Jay Schwartz (Emory University) – Scientists Suss Out Secrets of Human Screams
Sebastien Hengy (French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis (ISL)) - Locating a Shooter from First Shot via Cellphone
The interest of the current study is to mimic these tonguing techniques using an artificial setup, where the vibration of the reed and the motion of the tongue can be observed.
Designer bubbles loaded with special gases are under development at the University of Cincinnati Image-guided Ultrasound Therapeutics Laboratories to treat heart disease and stroke.
4aAB1 – The best available science? Are NOAA Fisheries marine mammal exposure noise guidelines up to date?
NOAA Fisheries employs a set of in-water noise exposure guidelines that establish regulatory thresholds for ocean actions that impact marine mammals.
4aBAa7 – Unprecedented high-spatial resolution was achieved in ultrasound imaging by breaking the fundamental limitation with the operating ultrasound wavelength
microscopy super resolution imaging technology is based on randomly repeated blinking process of the fluorophores in response to the light source of the microscopy.
Researchers designed a speech-based test that may be utilized by audiologists to determine susceptible speech phones for each individual with hearing loss.
Researchers have designed a sonar which mimics the biosonar of the horseshoe bat
1pNS1 – Acoustic vehicle alerts and sleep disruption: A content analysis of online discussion forums
The study uses a database that was compiled as part of a noise activism endeavor called the Silence the Horns project.
1pBA11 – An ultrasound surface wave elastography technique for noninvasive measurement of scar tissue
Researchers aim to assess the role of ultrasound surface wave elastography (USWE) in accurately evaluating scar metrics.
Mosquitoes hear with their two hairy antennae, which vibrate when stimulated by the sound-wave created by another mosquito flying nearby.
the manner in which Autonomous Vehicles can use acoustic cues to supplement their decision-making process is an area that needs development.
Compared to more casual speech, clear speech enhances a listener’s ability to understand speech in a noisy environment.
Researchers have developed a fast, wireless ultrasonic communication alternative that also has biomedical implications.
Yasur is easily accessible and has explosions every 1 to 4 minutes making it a great place to study volcanic explosion mechanisms.
4APP28 – Listening to music with bionic ears: Identification of musical instruments and genres by cochlear implant listeners
Although CIs have been highly effective in improving speech perception for people with severe to profound hearing loss, music perception has remained difficult and frustrating cochlear implant users
Origami, as it turns out, is also useful in controlling how sound and radio waves travel.
Researchers present an overview of the seismic isolation systems used in Advanced Virgo Gravitational Wave interferometer.
Soundscape is a construct of human perception that must be understood as a relationship between human beings, acoustic environments, and society.
The researcher explores technologies for achieving precise detection of sound using a mechanical structure that is driven by viscous forces associated with the fluctuating velocity of the medium.
1aBAb2 – In saline flooded Lung exists superior acoustic conditions for treatment of lung cancer using therapeutic ultrasound
Researchers aim to combine One Lung Filling and therapeutic ultrasound where the cancerous lung is flooded while the contralateral side maintains ventilated.
The examination of the lung is in fact performed with ultrasound equipment conceptually unsuitable to this task.
Lay Language Papers organized by meeting
182nd Meeting: Denver, CO
181st Meeting: Seattle, WA
180th Meeting: Virtual – Acoustics in Focus
179th Meeting: Virtual – Acoustics Virtually Everywhere
178th Meeting: San Diego, CA
177th Meeting: Louisville, KY
176th Meeting: Victoria British, Columbia
175th Meeting: Minneapolis, MN
174th Meeting: New Orleans, LA
173rd Meeting (8th Forum Acusticum): Boston, MA
172nd Meeting (5th Joint Meeting of ASA and ASJ): Honolulu, HI
171st Meeting: Salt lake City, UT
170th Meeting: Jacksonville, FL
169th Meeting: Pittsburgh, PA
168th Meeting: Indianapolis, IN
167th Meeting: Providence, Rhode Island
166th Meeting: San Francisco, California
165th Meeting: Montreal, Canada
164rd Meeting: Kansas City, Missouri
163rd Meeting: Hong Kong, China
162nd Meeting: San Diego, California
161st Meeting: Seattle, Washington
160th Meeting: Cancun, Mexico
159th Meeting: Baltimore, Maryland
158th Meeting: San Antonio, Texas
157th Meeting: Portland, Oregon
156th Meeting: Miami, Florida
155th Meeting: Paris, France
154th Meeting: New Orleans, Louisiana
153rd Meeting: Salt Lake City, Utah
152nd Meeting: Honolulu, Hawaii
151st Meeting: Providence, Rhode Island
150th Meeting: Minneapolis, Minnesota
149th Meeting: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
148th Meeting: San Diego, California
147th Meeting: New York, New York
146th Meeting: Austin, Texas
145th Meeting: Nashville, Tennessee
144th Meeting: Cancun, Mexico
143rd Meeting: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
142nd Meeting: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
141st Meeting: Chicago, Illinois
140th Meeting: Newport Beach, California
139th Meeting: Atlanta, Georgia
138th Meeting: Columbus, Ohio
137th Meeting: Berlin, Germany
136th Meeting: Norfolk, Virginia
135th Meeting: Seattle, Washington (ICA/ASA ’98)
134th Meeting: San Diego, California
133rd Meeting: State College, Pennsylvania
132nd Meeting: Honolulu, Hawaii
131st Meeting: Indianapolis, Indiana
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