Acoustics Today Collections I am pleased to announce a new webbased initiative that provides access to past articles from Acoustics Today (AT) on specific topics. This initiative, “AT Collections” (available at bit.ly/AT-Collections), is for anyone who wants to learn about various topics in acoustics.
Although we envision “AT Collections” as particularly useful for supplemental reading for classes in college or graduate school, we anticipate that “AT Collections” will also be invaluable for anyone else wanting to learn about a particular topic. Indeed, for those of my generation, the “model” we have in mind are the course packets of offprints from articles in Scientific American that we used in various college and graduate school classes.
To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title.
Topological Acoustics – Andrea Alù, Chiara Daraio, Pierre A. Deymier, and Massimo Ruzzene
One-Hundred Years of English-Language Acoustics Textbooks – Steven L. Garrett
Why Was Your Hearing Tested:Two Centuries of Progress – Robert Ruben
David M. Green and Psychoacoustics – William A. Yost, Roy D. Patterson, and Lawrence L. Feth
The Physical Aspects of Vocal Health – Zhaoyan Zhang
Ask an Acoustician: Kathleen J. Vigness-Raposa and Micheal L. Dent
The ASA at the International Science and Engineering Fair – Laurie Heller
Disability Invisibility in Academia: How to Support Disabled People in Research and Beyond – Ira Kraemer and Elizabeth Kolberg
Administrative Committee Report: Committee on Medals and Awards – Brenda L. Lonsbury-Martin
Vantage: A Report on the Acoustical Society Foundation – James H. Miller
My Acoustics Library – Neil A. Shaw