Spring Issue of Acoustics Today

We are pleased to announce that the spring 2017 issue of Acoustics Today, the Acoustical Society of America’s magazine, is now online. The spring issue includes several articles as well as other interesting information. The articles are:

  • Acoustics of Organ Pipes and Future Trends in the Research by Judit Angster, Péter Rucz, and András Miklós
  • What Is Electromotility? - The History of Its Discovery and Its Relevance to Acoustics - by William E. Brownell
  • Physiologically Based Predictors of Speech Intelligibility - by Ian C. Bruce
  • Speech Communication Across the Life Span - by Valerie Hazan
  • Clinical and Preclinical Applications of High-Frequency Ultrasound - by Jeffrey A. Ketterling and Ronald H. Silverman

ASA Members will receive a print version of Acoustics Today in a few weeks.  
        
Acoustics Today is open access so anyone can download and read articles from all issues of the magazine.

We are also pleased to announce that we will shortly start a new series on the AT web site that will consist of interviews of South American acousticians by AT intern Dr. Ernesto Accolti.  We will be adding interviews over the coming year and all will be in both English and Spanish.  Please look out for these fascinating discussions with outstanding South American colleagues.

Sincerely,
Arthur N. Popper
Editor, Acoustics Today

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