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Ilene Busch-Vishniac is currently the Chief Innovation Officer of Sonavi Labs, Inc., a company focused on diagnos- tic products based on listening to body sounds. She has served as president of the University of Saskatchewan, (Saskatoon, SK, Canada), provost of McMaster Uni-
versity (Hamilton, ON, Canada), and dean of engineering at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) as well as president of the Acoustical Society of America. Her areas of expertise are noise control and electromechanical sensors and actuators.
Erica E. Ryherd is an associate professor in the Durham School of Architectural Engi- neering and Construction at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Omaha; UNL). She holds a BS in architectural engineering with a minor in music from Kansas State University (Manhattan) and a PhD in
architectural engineering from the UNL and was a recipient of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship. Her primary research interests are in architectural acoustics, noise control, building systems engineering, and the human response to sound. Activities in the ASA include previ- ously serving as the Women in Acoustics chair, the Committee on Regional Chapters cochair, and the Technical Committee on
Architectural Acoustics (TCAA) secretary.
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