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
Christy K. Holland – Christy.Holland@uc.eduDepartment of Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Health and Disease andDepartment of Biomedical EngineeringUniversity of CincinnatiCardiovascular Center 3935231 Albert Sabin WayCincinnati, Ohio...
1pMU4: Reproducing tonguing strategies in single-reed woodwinds using an artificial blowing machine – Montserrat Pàmies-Vilà
“Investigating clarinet articulation with an artificial blowing and tonguing machine” Montserrat Pàmies-Vilà – email@example.comAlex Hofmann – hofmann-alex@ mdw.ac.atVasileios Chatziioannou – firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of Music and Performing Arts...
Biomimetic sonar and the problem of finding objects in foliage Joseph Sutlive – email@example.comRolf Müller – firstname.lastname@example.orgVirginia TechICTAS II, 1075 Life Science Cir (Mail Code 0917)Blacksburg, VA 24061-1016 USA Popular version of paper 2pAB16Presented Monday...
1pBA4 – Dedicated signal processing for lung ultrasound imaging: Can we see what we hear? – Libertario Demi
Libertario Demi - email@example.com Department of Information Engineering and Computer ScienceUniversity of Trento, Italy Popular version of paper 1pBA4 Presented Monday morning, May 13, 2019 177th ASA Meeting, Louisville, KY Lung diseases have a large...
2aSPa8 and 4aSP6 – Safe and Sound – Using acoustics to improve the safety of autonomous vehicles – Eoin A King
Safe and Sound – Using acoustics to improve the safety of autonomous vehicles Eoin A King – firstname.lastname@example.orgAkin TatogluDigno IglesiasAnthony MatrissEthan Wagner Department of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Hartford200 Bloomfield AvenueWest Hartford, CT 06117...
5aAB4 – How far away can an insect as tiny as a female mosquito hear the males in a mating swarm? – Lionel Feugère
Lionel Feugère1,2 – email@example.com Gabriella Gibson2 – firstname.lastname@example.org Olivier Roux1 – email@example.com 1MIVEGEC, IRD, CNRS, Université de Montpellier, Montpellier, France. 2Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TB, UK....
4pSC15 – Reading aloud in a clear speaking style may interfere with sentence recognition memory – Sandie Keerstock
Reading aloud in a clear speaking style may interfere with sentence recognition memory Sandie Keerstock – firstname.lastname@example.orgRajka Smiljanic – email@example.comDepartment of Linguistics, The University of Texas at Austin305 E 23rd Street, B5100, Austin, TX...
Streaming Video through Biological Tissues using Ultrasonic Communication Gizem Tabak – firstname.lastname@example.orgMichael Oelze – email@example.comAndrew Singer – firstname.lastname@example.orgUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign306 N Wright StUrbana, IL 61801 Popular version...
4APP28 – Listening to music with bionic ears: Identification of musical instruments and genres by cochlear implant listeners – Ying Hsiao
“Listening to music with bionic ears: Identification of musical instruments and genres by cochlear implant listeners” Ying Hsiao – email@example.comChad WalkerMegan HebbKelly BrownJasper OhStanley SheftValeriy Shafiro – Valeriy_Shafiro@rush.eduDepartment of...
4aPA – Using Sound Waves to Quantify Erupted Volumes and Directionality of Volcanic Explosions – Alexandra Iezzi
“Using Sound Waves to Quantify Erupted Volumes and Directionality of Volcanic Explosions” Alexandra Iezzi – firstname.lastname@example.orgGeophysical Institute, Alaska Volcano ObservatoryUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks2156 Koyukuk DriveFairbanks, AK 99775 David Fee –...
4aBAa7 – Unprecedented high-spatial resolution was achieved in ultrasound imaging by breaking the fundamental limitation with the operating ultrasound wavelength – Kang Kim
Unprecedented high-spatial resolution was achieved in ultrasound imaging by breaking the fundamental limitation with the operating ultrasound wavelength Kang Kim – email@example.comQiyang Chen – firstname.lastname@example.orgJaesok Yu - email@example.comRoderick J Tan -...
4aAB1 – The best available science? Are NOAA Fisheries marine mammal exposure noise guidelines up to date? – Michael Stocker
The best available science? Are NOAA Fisheries marine mammal exposure noise guidelines up to date? Michael Stocker - mstocker@OCR.orgOcean Conservation ResearchP.O. Box 559 Lagunitas, California 94938 Popular version of paper 4aAB1Presented Thursday morning, May 16,...
Title: “Most animals hear acoustic flow instead of pressure; we should too” N. Miles – firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mechanical EngineeringBinghamton UniversityState University of New YorkBinghamton, NY 13902 USA Popular version of paper 2aAB1 Presented...
Soundscape, traffic safety, and requirements for public health Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp – email@example.com Technical University BerlinPsychoacoustics and Noise EffectsEinsteinufer 2510587 Berlin -Germany Popular version of paper 1pNS2 Monday, May 13,...
1pNS1 – Acoustic vehicle alerts and sleep disruption: A content analysis of online discussion forums – Jeanine Botta
Acoustic vehicle alerts and sleep disruption: A content analysis of online discussion forums Jeanine Botta – firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Right to Quiet Society for Soundscape Awareness and Protection720 East 31st StreetApartment 7GBrooklyn, NY 11210 Popular version...
1pBA11 – An ultrasound surface wave elastography technique for noninvasive measurement of scar tissue – Boran Zhou
“An ultrasound surface wave elastography technique for noninvasive measurement of scar tissue” Boran Zhou – email@example.comXiaoming Zhang – firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55905 Saranya P. Wyles...
Title: From Paper Cranes to New Tech Gains: Frequency Tuning through Origami Folding Kazuko Fuchi – email@example.comUniversity of Dayton Research Institute300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469 Andrew Gillman – firstname.lastname@example.orgAlexander...
“Seismic isolation in Advanced Virgo gravitational wave detector” Valerio Boschi – email@example.com European Gravitational ObservatoryIstituto Nazionale di Fisica NucleareSezione di PisaLargo B. Pontecorvo, 356127 Pisa, Italy Popular version of paper...
Ali Abavisani - firstname.lastname@example.orgJont B. Allen - email@example.comDept. of Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign405 N Mathews AveUrbana, IL, 61801 Popular version of paper 1aPPPresented Monday, May 13, 2019177th ASA...
1aBAb2 – In saline flooded Lung exists superior acoustic conditions for treatment of lung cancer using therapeutic ultrasound – Frank Wolfram
“In saline flooded Lung exists superior acoustic conditions for treatment of lung cancer using therapeutic ultrasound” Dr. rer. nat. Frank Wolfram Chirurgie II / Lung Cancer CentreSRH Wald-Klinikum GeraStraße des Friedens 12207548 GeraTel: 0365 82-83151 E-Mail:...
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