Viewing Acoustics ’17 Boston Streamed Sessions

 

Acoustics '17 Boston

 

 

The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is again facilitating remote participation in some technical sessions recently held at Acoustics '17 Boston (25-29 June 2017). A number of papers in the special sessions listed below were broadcast in real-time over the internet using GoToWebinar. Recordings of certain talks are now available for delayed viewing through 20 July 2017, if agreed upon by the authors.  See below for the lists of available talks and their start times on each video.  To access the recordings, please click on the recording weblinks provided for each session.

 

ASA is offering this service specifically for members who were unable to attend the sessions in person, thereby broadening access to meeting content. During this piloting phase, there is no cost to ASA members.  Please note that photography, audio, and video recordings of content from ASA sessions are strictly prohibited, whether in person or over the internet.

 

Feedback on this live streaming initiative is welcome; please send to asa@acousticalsociety.org.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

 

1aPPa. Perception of Synthetic Sound Fields I
Sunday, 25 June 2017 - 10:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. ED
Cochairs: Sascha Spors (University of Rostock) and Nils Peters (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/459721588326743051

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1aPPa1

Evaluation of object-based audio - What is the reference?

Thomas Sporer

0:39:47

1aPPa3

A user-centered taxonomy of factors contributing to the listener experience of reproduced audio

James Woodcock

1:20:00

1aPPa5

Using binaural and spherical microphone arrays to assess the quality of synthetic spatial sound fields

Jonas Braasch

 

1aPPb. Auditory Neuroscience Prize Lecture
Sunday, 25 June 2017 - 10:55 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Chair: Andrea Simmons (Brown University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1596054761005577996

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1aPPb1

Active listening in 3D auditory scenes

Cynthia Moss

 

1pNSa. Perception of Tonal Noise (Cosponsored by: PP, SA) 
Sunday, 25 June 2017 - 1:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cochairs: Joonhee Lee (Concordia University) and Roland Sottek (HEAD acoustics GmbH)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1087343716184640523

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1pNSa3

Frequency tones and elevated decibel level of tones that are indicators of ill health or a state of health with associated pain

Bonnie Schnitta

0:22:36

1pNSa4

Assessing tones in refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment

Derrick Knight

1:02:35

1pNSa5

The loudness of an amplitude-modulated sinusoid as a function of interaural modulator phase, modulation rate, and level

Brian Moore

1:25:35

1pNSa7

Uncertainty in tone quantification methods of background noise for enclosed spaces

Joonhee Lee

 

1pPPb. Perception of Synthetic Sound Fields II
Sunday, 25 June 2017  - 1:40 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Sascha Spors (University of Rostock) and Nils Peters (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3452533965019507464

 

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1pPPb1

Measuring speech intelligibility with speech and noise interferers in a loudspeaker-based virtual sound environment

Axel Ahrens

0:19:50

1pPPb2

Validating a perceptual distraction model in a personal two-zone sound system

Jussi Rämö

0:41:00

1pPPb3

The effect of reverberation and audio spatialisation on egocentric distance estimation of objects in stereoscopic virtual reality

Will Bailey

1:00:18

1pPPb4

Evaluation of techniques for navigation of higher-order ambisonics

Joseph Tylka

1:15:42

1pPPb6

Determining the accuracy of sound field synthesis systems in reproducing subjective source locations

Anna Catton

1:35:00

1pPPb7

Contributions of head-related transfer function choice and head tracking to virtual loudspeaker binaural rendering

Brian Katz

1:56:10

1pPPb8

Auralization of acoustic spaces based on spherical microphone array recordings

Jens Ahrens

2:17:00

1pPPb9

Sound environment and sound field reproduction using transducer arrays: Correlation between physical and perceptual evaluations

Philippe-Aubert Gauthier

2:36:36

1pPPb10

High-density data sonification of stock market information in an immersive virtual environment

Samuel Chabot

 

 

 

 

Monday, 26 June 2017

 

2aIDb. Neuroimaging Techniques I
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Martin Lawless (The Pennsylvania State University), Adrian KC Lee (University of Washington), Sophie Nolden (RWTH Aachen University), Z. Ellen Peng (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and G. Christopher Stecker (Vanderbilt University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/621486137072664835

 

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2aIDb1

Approaches to pushing the limits of human brain imaging

Bruce Rosen

0:39:40

2aIDb2

Finding and understanding cortical maps using neuroimaging

Martin Sereno

1:21:50

2aIDb3

Neuroimaging of the speech network

Frank Guenther

2:05:10

2aIDb4

Using electroencephalography as a tool to understand auditory perception: Event-related and time-frequency analyses

Laurel Trainor

 

2aMU. Session in Memory of David Wessel (Cosponsored by: PP)
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. t 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: William Hartmann (Michigan State University) and Andrew Morrison (Joliet Junior College)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2357155401470435587

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

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2aMU1

David Wessel -- the Michigan State years

William Hartmann

0:21:55

2aMU2

David Wessel - The IRCAM years

Tod Machover

0:49:25

2aMU3

David Wessel's Inventive Directorship of UC Berkeley's Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT)

Adrian Freed

1:13:46

2aMU4

David Wessel - a unique Professor in Berkeley

Ervin Hafter

1:46:00

2aMU5

David Wessel: A few stories of an antidisciplinarian

Psyche Loui

2:12:55

2aMU6

Pitching timbre analogies with David Wessel

Punita Singh

2:36:30

2aMU7

David Wessel - a scholar and a performer

Andrew Morrison

 

2aPPb. Models and Reproducible Research I
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 11:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Alan Kan (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Piotr Majdak (Austrian Academy of Sciences)

 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2079061423017378817

 

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2aPPb1

The challenges in developing useful models

Barbara Shinn-Cunningham

0:17:05

2aPPb2

On the use of hypothesis-driven reduced models in auditory neuroscience

Dan Goodman

 

2pABa. Incorporating Underwater Acoustics Research into the Decision Making Process (Cosponsored by: AO, ED, UW)
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 1:15 p.m. to 5:40 p.m.
Cochairs: Kathleen Vigness-Raposa (Marine Acoustics, Inc.) and Michael Ainslie (TNO)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/403175904358108685

 

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2pABa1

Incorporating basic underwater sound principles into the decision making process

Kathleen Vigness-Raposa

0:13:10

2pABa2

Underwater ears and the physiology of impacts: Comparative liability for hearing loss in sea turtles, birds, and mammals

Darlene Ketten

0:39:06

2pABa3

Sound sources in the marine environment

Klaus Lucke

2:19:45

2pABa4

Implementing NOAA Fisheries' 2016 Marine Mammal Acoustic Guidance: Challenges and lessons learned

Amy Scholik-Schlomer

2:38:10

2pABa5

Cumulative sound exposure levels - Insights from seismic survey measurements

Bruce Martin

2:58:10

2pABa6

Taking into account uncertainties in environmental impact assessment of underwater anthropogenic noise

Florent Le Courtois

 

2pID. Neuroimaging Techniques II
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Martin Lawless (The Pennsylvania State University), Adrian KC Lee (University of Washington), Sophie Nolden (RWTH Aachen University), Z. Ellen Peng (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and G. Christopher Stecker (Vanderbilt University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1948618662034483459

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2pID1

Breaking the barriers of temporal and spatial resolutions for ultrasound neuroimaging

Mickael Tanter

0:38:50

2pID2

The ins and outs of capturing brain activities associated with auditory perception and cognition

Adrian KC Lee

0:57:56

2pID4

Using functional magnetic resonance imaging to assess the emotional response to room acoustics

Martin Lawless

 

2pPPa. Models and Reproducible Research II
Monday, 26 June 2017 -1:20 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Cochairs: Alan Kan (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Piotr Majdak (Austrian Academy of Sciences)

 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/927847459970016781

 

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2pPPa1

Development and dissemination of computational models for physiology and psychophysical predictions

Laurel Carney

0:20:09

2pPPa3

Simulation model for interaural time difference discrimination for tones

William Hartmann

0:39:10

2pPPa5

Modeling sound externalization based on listener-specific spectral cues

Robert Baumgartner

1:02:10

2pPPa6

Predicting binaural lateralization and discrimination using the position-variable model

Richard Stern

1:20:19

2pPPa8

An initiative for testability and comparability of binaural models

Mathias Dietz

1:41:20

2pPPa9

Resource sharing in a collaborative study on cochlear synaptopathy and suprathreshold-hearing deficits

Hari Bharadwaj

1:59:50

2pPPa10

Open community platform for hearing aid algorithm research

Hendrik Kayser

2:18:55

2pPPa11

Open science in the Two!Ears project – Experiences and best practices

Sascha Spors

2:41:00

2pPPa12

A library of real-world reverberation and a toolbox for its analysis and measurement

James Traer

3:02:15

2pPPa13

The open virtual auditory-localization environment: Towards a common methodology for objectively evaluating head-related transfer function personalization methods

Griffin Romigh

 

2pSC. New Trends in Imaging for Speech Production
Monday, 26 June 2017 - 1:15 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Jennell Vick (Case Western Reserve University) and Maureen Stone (University of Maryland Dental School)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2724282333988535309

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

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2pSC1

Integrating optical coherence tomography with laryngeal videostroboscopy

Daryush Mehta

0:20:35

2pSC2

New trends in visualizing speech production

Jamie Perry

0:38:25

2pSC3

Three dimensional MRI analyses of tongue muscle behavior

Maureen Stone

0:59:30

2pSC4

Multimodal investigation of speech production featuring real-time three-dimensional ultrasound

Steven Lulich

1:24:03

2pSC5

Recent results in silent speech interfaces

Bruce Denby

1:44:14

2pSC7

Seeing is treating: 3D electromagnetic midsagittal articulography (EMA) visual biofeedback for the remediation of residual speech errors

Jennell Vick

2:05:28

2pSC8

Computer simulation of the vocal tract in speech production

Ian Stavness

2:24:45

2pSC9

Maintaining vowel distinctiveness in children with Steinert Myotonic Dystrophy: An ultrasound study

Lucie Menard

2:45:20

2pSC10

Predicting velum movement from acoustic featuresÑA regression approach

Hong Zhang

 

 

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

 

3aAO. Acoustic Measurements of Sediment Transport and Near-Bottom Structures I (Cosponsored by: UW)
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: James Lynch (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) and Peter Thorne (National Oceanography Centre)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2132816546519241991

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

0:03:23

3aAO1

Perspectives of ongoing acoustic developments for measuring sediment dynamics

Peter Thorne

0:22:20

3aAO2

Acoustic measurements of sediment transport. From pulse-coherent doppler to an autonomous bathymetry vessel

Peter Traykovski

0:43:30

3aAO3

Measuring sediments: Backscatter optics, laser diffraction, acoustics, and combined optics and acoustics

Yogesh Agrawal

1:05:02

3aAO4

Relating acoustic and optical measurements to particle and floc concentrations in the bottom boundary layer

Christopher Sherwood

1:23:05

3aAO5

Acoustic scattering from flocculating suspensions

Peter Thorne

1:44:15

3aAO6

Doppler sonar measurements of bedload transport: evaluations using computer models and lab trials

Len Zedel

2:03:30

3aAO7

Turbulent particle flux measurement with pulse-coherent Doppler sonar

Alex Hay

2:25:25

3aAO8

Sediment transport studies - A brief retrospective look

James Lynch

 

3aBAa. Advances in Shock Wave Lithotripsy I
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Robin Cleveland (University of Oxford), Adam Maxwell (University of Washington) and Julianna Simon (Pennsylvania State University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/5976114361434950662

 

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3aBAa5

Acoustic removal of cavitation nuclei to enhance stone comminution in shockwave lithotripsy

Timothy Hall

0:20:50

3aBAa6

Passive acoustic mapping of cavitation during shock wave lithotripsy

Kya Shoar

0:40:05

3aBAa8

Improving environmental and stone factors towards a more realistic in vitro lithotripsy model

Adam Maxwell

 

3aNSb. Using Acoustic Standards in Education (Cosponsored by: ED, ASACOS, PP)
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Cochairs: William Murphy (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), Lawrence Feth (Ohio State University) and Massimo Garai (University of Bologna)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8717285909920946951

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

0:02:12

3aNSb3

The role of acoustic standards in the improvement of educational spaces in Italy

Massimo Garai

0:20:24

3aNSb4

Incorporating standards into an instrumentation class

Lawrence Feth

0:40:10

3aNSb5

Acoustic standards in audiology education

Peggy Nelson

0:59:50

3aNSb6

Acoustic standards for education of hearing conservation and industrial hygiene professionals

William Murphy

1:21:14

3aNSb7

Uncertainty of ANSI/ASA S12.42 Hearing Protection Device Impulsive Measurements

Cameron Fackler

 

3aPA. Eco-acoustics: Acoustic Applications for Green Technologies and Environmental Impact Measurements (Cosponsored by: NS)
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 9:15 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: JohnPaul Abbott (National Center for Physical Acoustics, University of Mississippi) and AndrŽ Fiebig (HEAD acoustics GmbH)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/150685153685565707

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

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3aPA1

Elastic energy harvesting: Materials and applications

Josh Gladden

0:24:35

3aPA2

Sound labels for classifying environment-friendly products - progress and challenges

AndrŽ Fiebig

0:45:10

3aPA3

Environmentally friendly parametric alarm for alerting marine mammals of approaching vessels

Edmund Gerstein

1:05:15

3aPA4

Photoacoustic spectroscopy accurately measures atmospheric 12CO2 and 13CO2 concentrations and optical properties of carbonaceous aerosols

Keith Gillis

1:25:50

3aPA5

Using correlated noise of turbulent flow in a long-wavelength acoustic flowmeter to measure the average flow speed

JohnPaul Abbott

1:45:50

3aPA6

Challenges in practical operational testing of a nuclear powered thermoacoustic sensor  

 James A. Smith

2:07:00

3aPA7

Vibro_acoustic imaging development for microstructure characterization and metrology

James Smith

2:24:38

3aPA8

Acoustic measurement infrastructure to enable the enhancement of nuclear reactor efficiency and safety

 James Smith

2:44:55

3aPA9

Optimization of acoustic absorption by green walls made of foliage and substrate

Bertrand Dubus

 

3pAO. Acoustic Measurements of Sediment Transport and Near-Bottom Structures II (Cosponsored by: UW)
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
Cochairs: James Lynch (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) and Peter Thorne (National Oceanography Centre)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1966147076426578184

 

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3pAO1

Combining echo and hydrodynamic measurements for estimating non uniform sand transport under waves and currents

Rodrigo Mosquera

0:19:01

3pAO2

Sound speed and attenuation in water-saturated granular materials at MHz frequencies

Jenna Hare

0:38:55

3pAO3

Ambient noise from turbidity currents

Matthew Hatcher

1:00:40

3pAO4

Suspended sediment flux statistics in unidirectional flow, using a pulse-coherent acoustic Doppler profiler

Greg Wilson

1:17:20

3pAO5

Transient reflection from mud during molecular diffusion of salt

Gabriel Venegas

1:34:55

3pAO7

Role of clay particle electrostatics and the dielectric permittivity of suspended silt particles in sound attenuation in mud

Allan Pierce

 

3pBAa. Advances in Shock Wave Lithotripsy II
Tuesday, 27 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Robin Cleveland (University of Oxford), Adam Maxwell (University of Washington) and Julianna Simon (Pennsylvania State University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7892002377721355784

 

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3pBAa3

Finite element optimization of circular element used in lithotripsy and histotripsy piezoelectric transducers

Gilles Thomas

0:16:20

3pBAa4

Investigation of stone damage patterns and mechanisms in nano pulse lithotripsy

Chen Yang

0:36:40

3pBAa5

The acoustic field of a spherical self-focusing Eisenmenger electromagnetic shockwave source (EMSE)

Abtin Jamshidi Rad

0:57:30

3pBAa6

Nonlinear elasticity imaging with dual frequency ultrasound

Johannes Kvam

 

Wednesday, 27 June 2017

 

4aAAf. Simulation and Evaluation of Acoustic Environments I
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 8:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Michael Vorlaender (RWTH Aachen University), Stefan Weinzierl (TU Berlin) and Ning Xiang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8524946141872083969

 

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4aAAf1

Simulation of acoustic environments - part 1: Computer models

Michael Vorlaender

0:18:06

4aAAf2

Simulation of acoustic environments - part 2: Can we trust the computer?

Michael Vorlaender

0:39:50

4aAAf3

Simulation of acoustic environments for binaural reproduction using a combination of geometrical acoustics and Boundary Element Method

Jonathan Hargreaves

1:00:30

4aAAf4

Finite volume method room acoustic simulations integrated into the architectural design process

Finnur Pind

1:19:40

4aAAf5

Auralisations with loudspeaker arrays from a phased combination of the image source method and acoustical radiosity

Gerd Marbjerg

1:38:55

4aAAf7

Effects of two different modeling alternatives of diffusive surfaces on the objective and perceptual evaluation of the simulated sound fields

Louena Shtrepi

2:17:19

4aAAf9

Sound propagation through an aperture with edge diffraction modeling

U. Peter Svensson

2:36:55

4aAAf11

Secondary surface sources at rigid wedges based on the physical theory of diffraction

Aleksandra Rozynova

 

4aBA. Session in Honor of Edwin Carstensen I (Cosponsored by: PA, UW)
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 7:55 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Gail ter Haar (Institute of Cancer Research) and David Blackstock (University of Texas at Austin)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/4868063926377132803

 

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4aBA1

Edwin L. Carstensen, A scientist's life

David Blackstock

0:23:55

4aBA2

Edwin L. Carstensen, the father

Laura Carstensen

0:45:50

4aBA3

Ed Carstensen - elucidating the physical mechanisms for biological effects of ultrasound

Diane Dalecki

1:05:45

4aBA4

From A-mode to virtual beam: 50 years of diagnostic ultrasound

Frederick Kremkau

1:29:40

4aBA5

Professor Ed Carstensen—A personal University of Rochester perspective

Robert M. Lerner

1:56:15

4aBA6

Cavitation nucleation in medical ultrasound

Lawrence Crum

2:17:32

4aBA8

Carstensen's contributions to shear stress in strain and tissues

 Kevin J. Parker

2:33:22

4aBA9

Edwin Carstensen's unique perspective on biological effects of acoustically-excited bubbles

Sheryl Gracewski

2:49:50

4aBA10

Bioeffects of microsecond pulses of ultrasound - Launching a new era in diagnostic ultrasound safety

Jeffrey Fowlkes

3:05:00

4aBA12

Defining ultrasound for bio-effects at all frequencies

Francis Duck

 

4aEAc. Micro-Perforates I
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 10:15 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: J. Bolton (Purdue University) and Mats
bom (KTH-The Royal Institute of Technology)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7454853047210589443

 

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4aEAc1

Propagation of sound through a series of contraction micro-tubes

Lixi Huang

0:26:25

4aEAc2

Improving perforated plate modeling with porous media theory

Luc Jaouen

0:46:35

4aEAc3

Characterization of micro-perforated panel at high sound pressure levels using rigid frame porous models

Zacharie LALY

1:07:15

4aEAc4

A parametric study of flexible micro-perforated panels with a patch-impedance numerical model

Muttalip Temiz

1:26:34

4aEAc5

Investigation of the impedance of a micro-perforated plate with two-sided grazing flow

Mats Abom

1:48:20

4aEAc6

Reducing the generation of discrete-tones by micro-perforating the back of an open shallow cavity under a subsonic flow

Cedric Maury

 

4aNSb. Wind Turbine Noise (Cosponsored by: ASACOS, SA)
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 8:55 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Nancy Timmerman (Nancy S. Timmerman, P.E.), Paul Schomer (Schomer and Associates Inc.) and Robert Hellweg (Hellweg Acoustics)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1466323384108812035

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

0:02:55

4aNSb1

Subjective perception of wind turbine noise

Steven Cooper

0:23:50

4aNSb2

The electric power being generated may be a key variable in the sensing of wind farm operations

Paul Schomer

0:43:55

4aNSb3

A possible noise criterion for wind farms

Paul Schomer

1:03:44

4aNSb4

On translating minimum siting distances into percentages of receiving properties meeting a stated dB(A) criterion

Pranav Pamidighantam

1:44:30

4aNSb5

Reproduction of wind turbine infrasound and low frequency noise in a laboratory

Steven Cooper

2:04:40

4aNSb6

Simulation of wind turbine noise for community engagement

Roalt Aalmoes

2:24:55

4aNSb7

Measurement techniques for determining wind turbine infrasound penetration into homes

Andy Metelka

2:43:35

4aNSb8

Background noise variability relative to wind direction, temperature, and other factors

Patricia Pellerin

3:02:55

4aNSb9

Effect of atmospheric stability and low level jets on wind turbine noise

Benjamin Cotte

 

4pAAb. Simulation and Evaluation of Acoustic Environments II
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cochairs: Michael Vorlaender (RWTH Aachen University), Stefan Weinzierl (TU Berlin) and Ning Xiang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7469821798514008071

 

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4pAAb1

Considerations regarding the equalization for spatial playback from spherical microphone array recordings

Jens Meyer

0:18:05

4pAAb2

Room measurement setup for accurate objective analysis and realistic subjective comparison of concert halls

Matthew Neal

0:38:50

4pAAb4

A comparison of modal and spatially matched-filter beamforming for rigid spherical microphone arrays in the context of data-based binaural synthesis

Sascha Spors

0:59:33

4pAAb7

Omnidirectional measurement of room impulse response using a small bookshelf loudspeaker as a sound source

Takayuki Hidaka

1:17:20

4pAAb8

Best approaches to modeling audience absorption

Ana Jaramillo

1:36:13

4pAAb9

First international round robin on auralization: Concept and data base

Fabian Brinkmann

1:55:55

4pAAb10

First international round robin on auralization: Results of the acoustical evaluation

Lukas Aspoeck

 

4pBAa. Session in Honor of Edwin Carstensen II ((Cosponsored by: PA, UW)
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 1:15 p.m. to 4:40 p.m.
Cochairs: David Blackstock (University of Texas at Austin) and Gail ter Haar (Institute of Cancer Research)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/5869270418541972744

 

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4pBAa1

Ed Carstensen, advisor and mentor to the shockwave lithotripsy program project group

James McAteer

0:15:20

4pBAa3

Biliary lithotripsy and what we learned from Carstensen

E. Carr Everbach

0:38:25

4pBAa4

Edwin Carstensen's contributions to early research at the Navy's Underwater Sound Reference Laboratory

David A. Brown

0:58:53

4pBAa8

Exposure measurements for ultrasound in air

Craig Dolder

 

4pEA. Micro-Perforates II
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cochairs: J. Bolton (Purdue University) and Mats
bom (KTH-The Royal Institute of Technology)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8948597867822199298

 

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4pEA3

Lightweight absorption and barrier systems comprising N-layer microperforates

J. Bolton

0:20:05

4pEA4

Techniques to improve the low frequency and broadband performance of microperforated panel absorbers

David Herrin

0:39:40

4pEA5

Practical applications of transparent and opaque microperforated and microslit absorbers

Peter D'Antonio

1:00:10

4pEA6

A double-layer acoustic absorber as potential substitute for traditional micro-perforated elements

Fabio Auriemma

1:21:00

4pEA7

Absorption of thin micro-perforated partitions lined with anisotropic fibrous materials

Teresa Bravo

 

Thursday, 29 June 2017

 

5aAAc. Simulation and Evaluation of Acoustic Environments III
Thursday, 29 June 2017 - 8:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Michael Vorlaender (RWTH Aachen University), Stefan Weinzierl (TU Berlin) and Ning Xiang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8153632269101179905

 

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5aAAc1

The perceptual evaluation of acoustical environments I: Simulated environments

Stefan Weinzierl

0:28:45

5aAAc2

The perceptual evaluation of acoustical environments II: Natural environments

Stefan Weinzierl

0:43:20

5aAAc3

Tools for the assessment of sound quality and quality of experience in original and simulated spaces for acoustic performances

Jens Blauert

1:04:30

5aAAc4

Psycho-acoustic evaluation of physically-based sound propagation algorithms

Dinesh Manocha

1:23:45

5aAAc5

A room acoustical quality inventory

Steffen Lepa

2:02:15

5aAAc6

A new method for quantifying binaural decoloration based on parametrically altering spectral modulations

Andreas Haeussler

2:22:20

5aAAc7

Inter-aural cross-correlation measured during symphony orchestra performance in big concert halls

Magne Skalevik

2:43:05

5aAAc8

Influence of visual rendering on the acoustic judgements of a theater auralization

Barteld Postma

3:01:12

5aAAc9

Audio-visual room perception: Cross-modal and interaction effects put to test

Michael Horn

3:23:48

5aAAc10

Binaural auralization of proposed room modifications based on measured omnidirectional room impulse responses

Christoph Poerschmann

 

5aNSa. Statistical Learning and Data Science Techniques in Acoustics Research (Cosponsored by: SP)
Thursday, 29 June 2017 - 8:35 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Jonathan Rathsam (NASA Langley Research Center), Edward Nykaza (ERDC-CERL) and Laure-Anne Gille (Cerema)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/4750798812427730690

 

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5aNSa3

Deep convolutional neural networks for semi-supervised learning from synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) images

Johnny Chen

0:20:05

5aNSa4

Talker age estimation using machine learning

Mark Berardi

0:40:10

5aNSa8

Machine listening in combination with microphone arrays for noise source localization and identification

Markus Müller-Trapet

1:00:05

5aNSa9

A likelihood-based method for point and interval estimation on auditory filter data

Andrew Christian

 

5aPPa. Speech Intelligibility in Adverse Environments: Behavior and Modeling I (Cosponsored by: SC, ASACOS, AA, SP)
Thursday, 29 June 2017 - 7:55 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Virginia Best (Boston University) and Mathieu Lavandier (University of Lyon)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/4720395116742380808

 

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Chair's Introduction

 

0:02:30

5aPPa1

Speech intelligibility in complex environments: modeling and possible applications

H. Steven Colburn

0:24:30

5aPPa2

Blind modelling of binaural unmasking of speech in stationary maskers

Thomas Brand

0:44:20

5aPPa5

The speech-based envelope power spectrum model (sEPSM) family: Development, achievements and current challenges

Helia Rela–o-Iborra

1:02:50

5aPPa6

A model predicting the effect of audibility on speech reception thresholds and spatial release from masking

Mathieu Lavandier

1:43:00

5aPPa7

Understanding effects of hearing loss on multitalker speech intelligibility in terms of glimpsing

Virginia Best

2:03:13

5aPPa8

The effect of listener head orientation on speech intelligibility in noise

John Culling

2:21:55

5aPPa12

On the relationship between a short-term objective metric and listening efficiency data for different noise types

Nicola Prodi

 

5pAAb. Simulation and Evaluation of Acoustic Environments IV
Thursday, 29 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 4:20 p.m.
Cochairs: Michael Vorlaender (RWTH Aachen University), Stefan Weinzierl (TU Berlin) and Ning Xiang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3099465388266043398

 

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5pAAb1

First international round robin on auralization: Results of the perceptual evaluation

Fabian Brinkmann

0:25:53

5pAAb2

Evaluation of a Loudspeaker-Based Virtual Acoustic Environment for Investigating sound-field auditory steady-state responses

Valentina Zapata-Rodriguez

0:41:00

5pAAb3

Auditory Illusion over Headphones Revisited

Karlheinz Brandenburg

1:00:38

5pAAb4

Interactive reproduction of virtual acoustic environments for the evaluation of hearing devices – Methods and validation

Volker Hohmann

1:20:30

5pAAb5

Perceptually motivated sound field synthesis for music presentation

Tim Ziemer

1:57:45

5pAAb6

On the numerical simulation of natural acoustic sound sources

David Ackermann

2:17:05

5pAAb7

A loudspeaker orchestra for opera houses studies

 Dario D’Orazio

2:40:35

5pAAb8

Acoustical evaluation of the Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires

Gustavo Basso

 

5pPPb. Speech Intelligibility in Adverse Environments: Behavior and Modeling II (Cosponsored by: SC, ASACOS, AA, SP)
Thursday, 29 June 2017 - 1:20 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.
Cochair(s): Mathieu Lavandier (Univ. Lyon) and Virginia Best (Boston University)

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3166777490118501640

 

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5pPPb1

Normative data for assessing performance on a rapid, automated test of speech-on-speech masking and spatial release from masking

Frederick Gallun

0:16:46

5pPPb2

Sequential streaming of speech sounds under normal and impaired hearing

Marion David

0:36:55

5pPPb4

Reverberation limits the release from informational masking obtained by differences in fundamental frequency and in spatial location

Mickael Deroche

0:57:48

5pPPb5

Better-ear glimpsing for fully and partially degraded speech signals

Matthew Goupell

1:37:55

5pPPb6

Having two ears can facilitate or interfere with the perceptual separation of concurrent talkers for bilateral and single-sided deafness cochlear-implant listeners

Joshua Bernstein

1:56:30

5pPPb7

Talker Variability in Real-life Speech Recognition by Cochlear Implant Users

Terrin Tamati

2:37:17

5pPPb9

Dynamic control over the allocation of listening effort in speech perception

Matthew Winn

2:58:16

5pPPb10

Reproducibility of speech intelligibility scores in spatially reconstructed and re-reconstructed vehicle cabin noise.

Ewan Macpherson

3:20:50

5pPPb11

The effect of F0 contours on the intelligibility of speech against interfering sounds for Mandarin Chinese

Jing Chen