Plenary Session and Awards Ceremony

Current ASA Meeting

Acoustics in Focus






Upcoming Meetings


  • 183rd Meeting, Nashville, TN, 5-9 December 2022
  • Early-career Acousticians Retreat, Nashville, 3-4 December 2022

  • 184th Meeting, Chicago Il 8-12 May 2023

  • 185th Meeting, joint with the Australian Acoustical Society, WESPAC, Sydney, Australia, - 6 - 10 December 2023

Plenary Session and Awards Ceremony Live

Diane Kewley-Port
President, Acoustical Society of America

Presentation of Awards

Likun Zhang, R. Bruce Lindsay Award

Michael R. Moldover, Helmholtz-Rayleigh Interdisciplinary Silver Medal

in Physical Acoustics and Engineering Acoustics

James F. Lynch, Gold Medal

 

Society Reports

Andy Piacsek, Chair, Acoustics in Focus

Anna Diedesch, Technical Program Chair, Acoustics in Focus

Todd Hefner, Chair, Seattle Meeting, Fall 2021

Tyrone Porter, Chair, Committee to Improve

Racial Diversity and Inclusivity

James Miller, Chair, Acoustical Society Foundation Fund Board

New Fellows  Recognition

Kathryn H. Arehart – For contributions to the understanding of auditory perception, hearing loss, and hearing aids

Gregory Clement – For contributions to transcranial therapeutic ultrasound

Ewa Jacewicz – For contributions to the understanding of spectral and temporal dynamics in speech acoustics and perception

Joan A. Sereno – For contributions to speech learning, perception, and production across individuals and languages

Brian D. Simpson – For contributions to speech perception, spatial hearing, and the development of auditory displays

Pamela E. Souza – For advancing understanding of the factors that affect an individual’s response to hearing aid signal processing

Daniel J. Tollin – For multidisciplinary contributions linking acoustics, physiology, and behavior to the understanding of binaural hearing

Matthew W. Urban – For outstanding contributions to the field of ultrasonic assessment of biologic tissue properties

Recognition and Transition of Officers

Stanley E. Dosso, Vice President

Diane Kewley-Port, President

 

Open Meetings of Technical Committees

Current ASA Meeting

Acoustics in Focus

Upcoming Meetings


  • 183rd Meeting, Nashville, TN, 5-9 December 2022
  • Early-career Acousticians Retreat, Nashville, 3-4 December 2022

  • 184th Meeting, Chicago Il 8-12 May 2023

  • 185th Meeting, joint with the Australian Acoustical Society, WESPAC, Sydney, Australia, - 6 - 10 December 2023

Open Meetings of Technical Committees

  The Technical Committees of the Acoustical Society of America will hold open meetings on Tuesday, 8 June, 6:00 p.m. and Thursday, 10 June, 5:00 p.m. (Note special starting times for Noise and Speech Communication below). These are working, collegial meetings. Much of the work of the Society is accomplished by actions that originate and are taken in these meetings including proposals for special sessions, workshops, and technical initiatives. All meeting participants are cordially invited to attend these meetings and to participate actively in the discussion and to become more involved in the ASA and its technical activities. See the list below for the schedule, links to technical committee webpages, and the Chairs of the committees. Committees meeting on Tuesday, 8 June, at 6:00 p.m. and their chairs Acoustical Oceanography – Grant Deane Animal Bioacoustics – Marla Holt Architectural Acoustics – Ana Jaramillo Engineering Acoustics – Michael Haberman Physical Acoustics – Joel Mobley Psychological and  Physiological Acoustics – Virginia Best Signal Processing in Acoustics – Brian Anderson Structural Acoustics and  Vibration – Robert Koch   Committees meeting on Thursday, 10 June, at 5:00 p.m. Biomedical Acoustics – Kenneth Bader Computational Acoustics – D. Keith Wilson Musical Acoustics – Andrew Piacsek Noise  – James Phillips  (meeting starts at 4:30 p.m.) Speech Communication – Rajka Smiljanic (meeting starts at 5:30 p.m.) Underwater Acoustics – Benjamin Reeder Plenary Session and Awards Ceremony The Plenary Session and Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, 4 June, 3:30 p.m., prior to Acoustics in Focus Week.  It will be an open meeting so all ASA members can attend.  Additional details will be added soon.   ASA Students

Where

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Spring 2021 ASA meeting will be held virtually.

When

8-10 June 2021

What

ASA meetings bring together students, researchers, and professionals to share knowledge and exchange ideas on acoustics both in the USA and worldwide.

Why

Attending an ASA meeting is a great way to jump-start or advance your acoustics career, interact with professional acousticians, and to learn more about acoustics in general.
CATEGORY Early Bird (Date TBD) Regular (Date TBD)
ASA Members $185 $285
ASA Student Members (with current Student ID) $65 $90
Nonmember Students (with current Student ID) $90 $115

Deadlines

22 February 2021 – Abstract submission: See the meeting website for details, submit here! 1 April 2021 – Lightening Round Submission: See the meeting website for details.  

Key Links and Resources

                   
 
Learn more about the student-oriented activities and opportunities available at Acoustics in Focus and get oriented to the who, what, and where of the ASA. Time: Mon. June 7th @5:00PM EDT Room: Virtual Event invites will be sent to students registered for the conference.   Meet fellow students from a variety of acoustics-related disciplines. This event will include “Introduce your Pet”, A Poster Jam with 60-second presentations, and followed with speed-networking rounds and general discussion breakout groups. Time: Mon. June 7th @5:30PM EDT Room: Virtual Event invites will be sent to students registered for the conference. Meet fellow students from a variety of acoustics-related disciplines. This event will include “Introduce your Pet”, A Poster Jam with 60-second presentations, and followed with speed-networking rounds and general discussion breakout groups. Time: Mon. June 7th @5:30PM EDT Room: Virtual Event invites will be sent to students registered for the conference.
The social events will be open to the broader ASA student community, even if not attending the meeting. Please e-mail asastudentcouncil@gmail.com for the Zoom link. ASA180 Acoustics in Focus:  Introduce Your Pet Signup:  Signup Form ASA180 Acoustics in Focus:  60-second Poster Jam Signup:  Signup Form

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Plenary Session and Awards Ceremony

Wednesday, 9 December 2020, 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Diane Kewley-Port, President

Acoustical Society of America

Annual Membership Meeting

Presentations by Committee and Meeting Chairs

James H. Miller, Chair Acoustical Society Foundation Fund

Brandon Cudequest, Acoustics Virtually Everywhere Technical Program Chair

Todd Hefner, Seattle Meeting Chair

Recognition of Prize and Scholarship Recipients

Brian J. Puckett, 2020 Leo and Gabriella Scholarship in Architectural Acoustics and Noise Control

Kenton Hummel, Frank and Virginia Winker Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Study in Acoustics

Daniel Butko, Rossing Prize in Acoustics Education

Recognition of New Fellows

Elected in December 2019

Jonas Braasch – For interdisciplinary contributions to musical acoustics and psychoacoustics of spatial audio technology

Cynthia G. Clopper – For contributions to the acoustics and perception of dialect variation

Stanislav Emelianov – For contributions in photoacoustic, molecular, and ultrasound elasticity imaging

Michael R. Haberman – For contributions to acoustic metamaterials and heterogeneous acoustic media

Joel Mobley – For contributions to the ultrasonic characterization of dispersive systems

Rolf Mueller – For advancing knowledge of the acoustics underlying echolocation in bats

Linda Polka – For contributions to native and non-native speech perception in infants and adults

Kuangcheng Wu –For contributions to the computational evaluation of acoustic radiation from submerged structures

Xiaoming Zhang – For contributions to ultrasound surface wave elastography in biomedical imaging

Elected in May 2020

Jee Woong Choi – For contributions to the field of acoustic reflection and scattering from the seabed and geoacoustic inversion

Alexander L. Francis – For contributions to understanding of cognitive-linguistic processes in speech perception, and mentorship of future scientists

Efren Fernandez-Grande – For contributions to acoustic signal processing for holography and sound field reconstruction

Bozena Kostek – For contributions to musical acoustics, artificial intelligence, and education

Siu-Kit Lau – For contributions to sustainable design in building acoustics, and education

Andrew C. Morrison – For service to the Society and acoustics education outreach

Eric L. Reuter – For contributions to architectural acoustics education and service to the Society

Kainam Wong – For contributions to signal processing of acoustic vector sensor arrays

 

Recognition of Award Recipients

R. Bruce Lindsay Award, Julien Bonnel

Silver Medal in Noise, Scott Sommerfeldt

Wallace Clement Sabine Medal, Gary Siebein

Gold Medal, Judy R. Dubno

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