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. 

U.S. TAG to IEC/TC 29, Electroacoustics, seeks "user" and "general interest" members

The U.S. Technical Advisory Group to IEC/TC 29, Electroacoustics, is seeking members in the "user" and "general interest" membership categories. TAG members are organizations such as companies, associations, professional groups, academic research groups, or government agencies that have a direct and material interest in the work of the committee.  To learn more, contact Neil Stremmel at nstremmel@acousticalsociety.org or call 631 390-0215.

Leo Beranek celebrated his 100th Birthday on 15 September 2014

The work of this remarkable visionary has resulted in significant contributions to acoustics and to many other scientific disciplines.

Acoustics Today Summer Issue in now on-line...


Arthur Popper - This issue of Acoustics Today has an eclectic series of papers that includes consideration of climate change and bioacoustics, microphone arrays and the analysis of animal movement, the prehistoric origins and evolution of the flute, non-destructive testing of materials using acoustics, and effects of man-made sound on marine mammals.

ASA names next Editor-in-Chief


James F. (Jim) Lynch has been selected to be the next Editor-in-Chief of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA).  He began his service with the ASA as Editor-in-Chief Designate on 15 August 2014 and will assume the title of Editor-in-Chief on 1 November 2014.

New Membership/Meeting Registration site

The upgrade to the Acoustical Society of America Membership renewal and Meeting registration website has been completed.  

ASA Fellows

New ASA Fellows Elected at Providence Meeting

Program of the 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America

Hilton San Francisco Union Square

San Francisco, California
2 - 6 December 2013

Listed below are links to the Itinerary Planner, the Calendar, the Schedule of Committee Meetings and Other Events, the program for the full week, for each day, and for each half day.

Itinerary Planner



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