Special Meeting Features


ICA 2013


Special Meeting Features



Discovery of Sound in the Sea Symposium

A symposium on the 10th anniversary of the Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) project will highlight current advances in underwater acoustics. The theme will be “Sound in the Sea: Recent Discoveries and Applications.”

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Gilles A. Daigle

Gilles A. Daigle is the 26th recipient of what until 1986 was called the Biennial Award. He is the second to receive the award under its new name, the R. Bruce Lindsay Award, and under its new charter by which it is presented every year instead of every 2 years.

Ilene J. Busch-Vishniac

Ilene J. Busch-Vishniac is the 25th recipient of what until this year was called the Biennial Award. She is the first to receive the award under its new name, the R. Bruce Lindsay Award, and under its new charter by which it is presented every year instead of every two years.

William E. Cooper

William E. Cooper has already accomplished what most people fail to do in a lifetime. He has made significant contributions to speech research, has been a productive researcher and scholar with no less than 65 papers, 3 books, 2 edited books, published, has received a string of awards including a Fulbright Scholarship and a Guggenheim Fellowship, is a dedicated teacher—and he is just now celebrating his 35th birthday.

Peter Nicholas Mikhalevsky

There is a saying whispered among faculty at MIT, and likely at other colleges of science and engineering, to the effect that teaching would be a first-rate career, if only one could do so without students. Of course the saying is facetious and, for me, there is no better example of the joy of teaching than my experience with Peter Mikhalevsky.

Ralph N. Baer

Ralph N. Baer was born in New York City on 2 January 1948. He attended public City schools, including the selective Bronx High School of Science. Ralph did all of his college work at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), where he specialized in Applied Mathematics and received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in 1968, 1970, and 1974, respectively.

Peter H. Rogers

Peter H. Rogers was born in New York City on 8 January 1945. He was educated in the public school system of New York, and received his undergraduate education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He took his graduate study at Brown University in the Physics Department, where so many theoretical acousticians, well known to the Society, have taught and studied.

Henry Ellis Bass

Henry Ellis Bass was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on 31 August 1943. He received the B.S. in 1965 and the Ph.D in 1971 in physics from Oklahoma State University. He is currently Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Mississippi, and holds the rank of major in the U.S. Army Reserve assigned to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Research, Development and Acquisition.

Robert E. Apfel

Robert Edmund Apfel was born in New York City on 16 March 1943. He received the A.B. (Magna cum Laude) in physics in 1964 from Tufts, and the A.M. and Ph.D. in applied physics from Harvard in 1967 and 1970, respectively. He is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering and Applied Science at Yale University.

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