STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION
Many of the technical committees of the Society give awards for student papers presented in sessions organized by that particular TC.
Selection of the award winner will be based on the quality of the presented paper, considering both the content and its delivery. All students who wish to participate in the competition for these awards should indicate their intention at the bottom of the abstract submitted for the meeting. Winners are listed on the Awards & Reports page after they are announced.
The award information for each TC changes for each meeting, so be sure to check the main ASA website for more details.
GALLERY OF ACOUSTICS
The Gallery of Acoustics is sponsored by the Technical Committee on Signal Processing in Acoustics. Its purpose is to enhance ASA meetings by providing a setting for researchers to display their work to all meeting attendees in a forum emphasizing the diversity, interdisciplinary, and artistic nature of acoustics. The Gallery consists of a multimedia collection of images, videos, audio clips, and narrations, of images and/or sounds generated by acoustic processes or resulting from signal and image processing of acoustic data. Images and videos can consist of actual visualizations of acoustic processes, or of aesthetically and technically interesting images resulting from various signal and image processing techniques and data visualization. Audio clips and segments should also have aesthetic, artistic, and technical appeal.
Both students and professionals are welcome to submit entries to the Gallery. The Gallery of Acoustics is not held at every meeting, so check the Latest News page or the Meeting Information at the main ASA website for submission instructions if it will be held at the next meeting!
STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION
The Robert Bradford Newman Fund, the Technical Committee on Architectural Acoustics and the National Council of Acoustical Consultants sponsor a student design competition during each Spring meeting of the Society.
The purpose of this design competition is to encourage students enrolled in architecture, Architectural Engineering, and other University curriculums that involve building design and/or acoustics to express their knowledge of architectural acoustics and building noise control in the schematic design of portions of a building where acoustical considerations are of primary importance.
The submitted designs will be judged by a panel of professional architects and acoustical consultants. An award of $1,250 will be made to the submitter(s) of the design judged “First Honors”. Four awards of $700 each will be made to the submitters of four other outstanding entries.
More information can be found through the Newman Fund website.
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ASA will compile a list of those who wish to share a hotel room and its cost. To be listed, send your name, telephone number, e-mail address, gender, smoker or nonsmoker preference to the Acoustical Society of America, preferably by e-mail [firstname.lastname@example.org] or by postal...read more
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