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                                          ASA School 2012
   Living in
the Acoustic
20–21 October 2012 Kansas City, Missouri
ASA School 2012 is a new Acoustical Society of America event where graduate students and early career acousticians in all areas of acoustics can learn about and discuss a wide variety of topics related to the interdisciplinary acoustical theme Living in the Acoustic Environment.
ASA School 2012 will provide opportunities for meeting faculty and fellow students, discussing research topics, developing collaborations and professional relationships within acoustics, and mentoring.
Program and Costs
Six lectures will be given each day by distinguished acousticians covering topics in Architectural Acoustics, Engineering Acoustics, Musical Acoustics, Noise, Psychological and Physiological Acoustics, and Speech Communication. The registration fee is $50. Hotel rooms for two nights (double-occupancy), meals, and course materials are provided by ASA. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs.
Participants and Requirements
ASA School 2012 is targeted to graduate students in all areas of acoustics and early career acousticians (within 3 years of terminal degree). Attendance is limited to 40 participants who are expected to attend all School events and the ASA meeting immediately following on 22-26 October 2012. ASA School attendees are required to be an author on an abstract for presentation at the ASA meeting.
Application and Deadlines
The application form and preliminary program will be available online on 1 May 2012 at Applications are due by 1 August 2012 and applicants will be notified of their acceptance in the ASA School by 4 September 2012.
More Information
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