San Diego, California
178th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
2–6 December 2019
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2aAA – Developing A New Method for Analyzing Room Acoustics Based on Auralization “How can a room shape your voice?”
Alaa Algargoosh – email@example.com John Granzow– firstname.lastname@example.org University of Michigan500 S State StAnn Arbor, MI 48109 Popular version of paper 2aAA (Developing A New Method for Analyzing Room Acoustics Based on Auralization) Presented Tuesday morning, 8:00...
Detecting Kidney Stones Via Doppler Ultrasound Benjamin Wood – email@example.com Matthew W. Urban – firstname.lastname@example.org Mayo Clinic Department of Radiology 200 First St SW Rochester, MN 55905 Popular version of paper 3aBA6 Presented Wednesday...
3pID3 – Hot topics in a warming ocean: How acoustical oceanography can help monitor climate change – Gabriel R. Venegas
Gabriel R. Venegas – email@example.com Applied Research Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin10000 Burnet RdAustin, TX 78758 Popular version of paper 3pID3Presented Wednesday afternoon, December 4, 2019. 1:45pm-2:05pm178th ASA Meeting, San Diego, CA...
Dr. Linda Thibodeau, firstname.lastname@example.orgThe University of Texas at Dallas Dr. Issa Panahi Popular version of paper 4pPPa6 Presented Thursday afternoon, December 5, 2019 178th ASA Meeting, San Diego, CA A common problem reported by persons with hearing loss is reduced...
2pSA9 – Acoustic transients from the impact force excitation of beams and wind chimes – Peter Stepanishen
Acoustic transients from the impact force excitation of beams and wind chimes Peter Stepanishen, email@example.com University of Rhode Island Department of Ocean Engineering Narragansett, RI 02871 Popular version of paper 2pSA9 Presented on Tuesday December 3,...
Kaushik Sampath - firstname.lastname@example.org NRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Acoustics Division, Code 7165, U S Naval Research Laboratory 4555 Overlook Ave SW, Washington, DC 20375 Caleb F. Sieck - email@example.com Matthew D. Guild -...
Small town factory into modern multi-purpose music hall David Manley - firstname.lastname@example.org Rolando De La Cruz - email@example.com DLR Group6457 Frances StreetOmaha, NE 68106 Popular version of paper 3pAA4 Presented Wednesday afternoon, December 4, 2019 178th ASA...
3pSC10 – Fearless Steps: Taking the Next Step towards Advanced Speech Technology for Naturalistic Audio – John H. L. Hansen
John H. L. Hansen - firstname.lastname@example.org Aditya Joglekar - email@example.com Meena Chandra Shekar – firstname.lastname@example.org Abhijeet Sangwan - email@example.com CRSS: Center for Robust Speech Systems; University of Texas at Dallas...
Jo M. Solet Joanne_Solet@HMS.Harvard.eduHarvard Medical School and Cambridge Health AllianceAssistant Professor of Medicine15 Berkeley St, Cambridge, MA 02138617 461 9006 Bonnie Schnitta firstname.lastname@example.orgSoundSense, LLCFounder and CEOPO Box 1360, 39 Industrial...
“Self-Driving Cars: Have You Considered Using Sound?” Keegan Yi Hang Sim - email@example.comYijia ChenYuxuan WanKevin Chau Department of Electronic and Computer EngineeringHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyClear Water BayHong Kong Popular version of...
3pAO7 – “The use of passive acoustic to follow killer whale behavior and to understand how they perceive their environment within a context of interaction with fishing activities.” – Gaëtan Richard
“The use of passive acoustic to follow killer whale behavior and to understand how they perceive their environment within a context of interaction with fishing activities.” Gaëtan Richard – firstname.lastname@example.orgFlore Samaran...
2pAB – Sound production of the critically endangered totoaba: applying underwater sound detection to fish species conservation – Goldie Phillips
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 –...
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,...
4pSC34 -Social contexts do not affect how listeners perceive personality traits of gay and heterosexual male talkers – Erik C. Tracy
Social contexts do not affect how listeners perceive personality traits of gay and heterosexual male talkers Erik C. Tracy – email@example.comUniversity of North Carolina PembrokePembroke, NC 28372 Popular version of Poster 4pSC34Presented in the afternoon on...
3pBA4 – Artificial Intelligence for Automatic Tracking of the Tongue in Real-time Ultrasound Data – M. Hamed Mozaffari
Artificial Intelligence for Automatic Tracking of the Tongue in Real-time Ultrasound Data M. Hamed Mozaffari – firstname.lastname@example.orgWon-Sook Lee – email@example.comSchool of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)University of Ottawa800 King Edward...
Reverberation Time Slope Ratio ThesisMichael Fay – firstname.lastname@example.orgGraceNote Design Studio7046 Temple Terrace St.San Diego, CA 92119 Presented Tuesday afternoon, December 3, 2019178th ASA Meeting, San Diego, CA The T60 Slope Ratio thesis defines specific...
3pSA – Diagnosing wind turbine condition employing a neural network to the analysis of vibroacoustic signals – Andrzej Czyzewski
Andrzej CzyzewskiGdansk University of Technology, Multimedia Systems Department80-233 Gdansk, Polandwww.multimed.orge-mail: email@example.com Popular version of paper 3pSA Presented Wednesday afternoon, December 4, 2019 178th ASA Meeting, San Diego, California...
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176th Meeting: Victoria British, Columbia
175th Meeting: Minneapolis, MN
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173rd Meeting (8th Forum Acusticum): Boston, MA
172nd Meeting (5th Joint Meeting of ASA and ASJ): Honolulu, HI
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170th Meeting: Jacksonville, FL
169th Meeting: Pittsburgh, PA
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150th Meeting: Minneapolis, Minnesota
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