Lay Language Papers
170th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
October 2-6, 2015
“Evolution of the piano” Nicholas Giordano – email@example.com Auburn University Auburn, AL Popular version of paper 4pMU5 – “Evolution of the piano” - Nicholas Giordano Presented Thursday afternoon, November 5, 2:25 PM, Grand Ballroom 2 170th ASA Meeting,...
4aAA5 – Conversion of an acoustically dead opera hall in a live one – Wolfgang Ahnert, Tobias Behrens, Radu Pana
Conversion of an acoustically dead opera hall in a live one Wolfgang Ahnert1, Tobias Behrens1 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Radu Pana2 (email@example.com) 1 ADA Acoustics & Media Consultants GmbH, Arkonastr. 45-49, D-13189 Berlin / Germany 2 University of Architecture...
3aUW8 – A view askew: Bottlenose dolphins improve echolocation precision by aiming their sonar beam to graze the target – Laura N. Kloepper
A view askew: Bottlenose dolphins improve echolocation precision by aiming their sonar beam to graze the target Laura N. Kloepper-- firstname.lastname@example.org Saint Mary's College Notre Dame, IN 46556 Yang Liuemail@example.com John R. Buck-- firstname.lastname@example.org...
2pABa9 – Energetically speaking, do all sounds that a dolphin makes cost the same? – Marla M. Holt, Dawn P. Noren
Energetically speaking, do all sounds that a dolphin makes cost the same? Marla M. Holt – email@example.com Dawn P. Noren – firstname.lastname@example.org Conservation Biology Division NOAA NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center 2725 Montlake Blvd East Seattle WA,...
2aEAa5 – Miniature Directional Sound Sensor Inspired by Fly’s Ears – Daniel Wilmott, Fabio Alves, Gamani Karunasiri
Miniature Directional Sound Sensor Inspired by Fly’s Ears Daniel Wilmott – email@example.com Fabio Alves – firstname.lastname@example.org Gamani Karunasiri – email@example.com Department of Physics Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA 93943 Popular version of paper 2aEAa...
2pAAa4 – Does it sound better behind Miles Davis’ back? – What would it sound like face-to-face? Rushing through a holographic sound image of the trumpet. – Franz Zotter, Matthias Frank
Does it sound better behind Miles Davis' back? - What would it sound like face-to-face? Rushing through a holographic sound image of the trumpet Franz Zotter - firstname.lastname@example.org Matthias Frank - email@example.com University of Music and Performing Arts Graz Institute of...
How soon can you use your new concrete driveway? Jinying Zhu: firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Civil Engineering University of Nebraska-Lincoln 1110 S 67th St., Omaha, NE 68182, USA Popular version of paper 4aEA2, “Monitoring hardening of concrete using...
2pAAa10 – Turn around when you’re talking to me! – Jennifer Whiting, Timothy Leishman, PhD, K.J. Bodon
Jennifer Whiting – email@example.comTimothy Leishman, PhD – firstname.lastname@example.orgK.J. Bodon - email@example.com Brigham Young UniversityN283 Eyring Science CenterProvo, UT 84602 Popular version of paper 2pAAa10, “High-resolution measurements of...
4aAB2 – “Seemingly simple songs: Black-capped chickadee song revisited” – Allison H. Hahn – Christopher B. Sturdy
“Seemingly simple songs: Black-capped chickadee song revisited” – Allison H. Hahn - firstname.lastname@example.org Christopher B. Sturdy - email@example.com University of Alberta Edmonton, AB, Canada Popular version of paper 4aAB2, "Seemingly simple songs:...
Yegor Sinelnikov – firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander Sutin, Hady Salloum, Nikolay Sedunov, Alexander Sedunov Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken, NJ 07030 Tom Zimmerman, Laurie Levine DLAR Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11790 David Masters Department of...
2aSCb3 – How would you sketch a sound with your hands? – Hugo Scurto, Guillaume Lemaitre, Jules Françoise, Patrick Susini, Frédéric Bevilacqua
“How would you sketch a sound with your hands?” Hugo Scurto – Hugo.Scurto@ircam.fr Guillaume Lemaitre – Guillaume.Lemaitre@ircam.fr Jules Françoise – Jules.Francoise@ircam.fr Patrick Susini – Patrick.Susini@ircam.fr Frédéric Bevilacqua – Frederic.Bevilacqua@ircam.fr...
2aSP5 – Using Automatic Speech Recognition to Identify Dementia in Early Stages – Roozbeh Sadeghian, J. David Schaffer, and Stephen A. Zahorian
Using Automatic Speech Recognition to Identify Dementia in Early Stages Roozbeh Sadeghian, J. David Schaffer, and Stephen A. Zahorian Rsadegh1@binghamton.edu SUNY at Binghamton Binghamton, NY Popular version of paper 2aSP5, “Using automatic speech recognition...
3pBA5 – Using Acoustic Levitation to Understand, Diagnose, and Treat Cancer and Other Diseases – Brian D. Patchett
Using Acoustic Levitation to Understand, Diagnose, and Treat Cancer and Other Diseases Brian D. Patchett - email@example.com Natalie C. Sullivan - firstname.lastname@example.org Timothy E. Doyle - Timothy.Doyle@uvu.edu Department of Physics Utah Valley...
2pSCb11 – Effect of Menstrual Cycle Hormone Variations on Dichotic Listening Results – Richard Morris
Effect of Menstrual Cycle Hormone Variations on Dichotic Listening Results Richard Morris – Richard.email@example.com Alissa Smith Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida Popular version of poster presentation 2pSCb11, “Effect of menstrual phase...
Quietly Staying Fit in the Multifamily Building Paulette Nehemias Harvey – firstname.lastname@example.org Kody Snow – email@example.com Scott Harvey – firstname.lastname@example.org Phoenix Noise & Vibration 5216 Chairmans Court, Suite 107 Frederick, Maryland 21703...
Did you know that your ears could sing? You may be surprised to hear that they, in fact, have the capacity to make particularly good performers and recent psychoacoustics research has revealed the true potential of the ears within musical creativity.
4aEA10 – Preliminary evaluation of the sound absorption coefficient of a thin coconut coir fiber panel for automotive applications. – Key F. Lima
Preliminary evaluation of the sound absorption coefficient of a thin coconut coir fiber panel for automotive applications. Key F. Lima – email@example.com Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil Popular version of paper 4aEA10,...
“See” subsurface soils using surface waves Zhiqu Lu -- firstname.lastname@example.org National Center for Physical Acoustics, The University of Mississippi, 1 Chucky Mullins, University, MS, 38677 Lay language paper 4pEA4 Presented Thursday afternoon, November 5, 2015...
3aSA7 – Characterizing defects with nonlinear acoustics – Pierre-Yves Le Bas, Brian E. Anderson, Marcel Remillieux, Lukasz Pieczonka, TJ Ulrich
Characterizing defects with nonlinear acoustics Pierre-Yves Le Bas, email@example.com, Brian E. Anderson1,2, Marcel Remillieux1, Lukasz Pieczonka3, TJ Ulrich1 1Geophysics group EES-17, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM 87545, USA 2Department of...
1pAB6 – Long-lasting suppression of spontaneous firing in inferior colliculus neurons: implication to the residual inhibition of tinnitus – A.V. Galazyuk
Long-lasting suppression of spontaneous firing in inferior colliculus neurons: implication to the residual inhibition of tinnitus A.V. Galazyuk - firstname.lastname@example.org Northeast Ohio Medical University Popular version of poster 1pAB6 Presented Monday morning,...
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