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Fall 2014 Meeting
Indianapolis, Indiana
27 - 31 October 2014

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Let’s put an acoustician on the Hill!

ASA cosponsors a Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship with the American Institute of Physics, which enables a scientist or engineer to contribute to the legislative process.  Acoustical scientists and engineers at all career stages, including mid- and late-career professionals, are invited to apply.

NSF conducts search for the next Head of the Office of International Science and Engineering

The National Science Foundation is conducting a search for the next Head of the Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE). OISE oversees NSF's international research and education portfolio, and works closely with its disciplinary research directorates to develop an agency-wide strategy to cultivate international collaboration. Applications must be submitted by 1 December 2014. 

Noisy Planet Recognizes National Protect Your Hearing Month

In recognition of October as National Protect Your Hearing Month, the It’s a Noisy  Planet. Protect Their Hearing.® campaign, developed by  the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), National Institutes of Health, encourages you to help promote awareness of noise-induced hearing loss, the only preventable form of hearing loss. 

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When a spectral property is reliable across an acoustic context and subsequent vowel target, perception deemphasizes this cue and shifts toward less predictable, more informative cues. This phenomenon (auditory perceptual calibration) has been demonstrated for reliable spectral peaks +20 dB or larger, but psychoacoustic findings predict...

Oct 21, 2014

Regions with subaqueous sand dunes have been discovered on the upper continental slope of the northern South China Sea. These large subaqueous sand dunes are expected to cause errors in the measurement of normal incidence reflection. This letter presents experiment results of two normal incidence survey tracks conducted in 2013, and the errors in ...

Oct 20, 2014

Recent studies reported the formation of intraglottal vortices for medium and high subglottal pressures in excised-larynx experiments, and hypothesized that the suction force created by these vortices might affect vocal fold vibration. However, high subglottal...

Oct 20, 2014