Montréal, Canada — June 2013


Best Student/Young Investigator Paper Awards

Acoustical Oceanography

First: Florian Aulanier, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble
Second: Kevin Jerram, Univ. of New Hampshire

Animal Bioacoustics

First: Erickson Neilans, SUNY Univ. at Buffalo
Second: Allison Hahn, Univ. of Alberta

Architectural Acoustics

First: Timothy Newman, Univ. of Cambridge
Second: Soenko Pelzer, RWTH Aachen Univ.

Biomedical Acoustics

First: Amin Jafari Sojahrood, Ryerson Univ.
Second: Grasland-Mongrain Pol, Université de Lyon

Engineering Acoustics

First: Peter McKeon, Georgia Inst. of Technology
Second: Ellen Skow, Georgia Inst. of Technology

Musical Acoustics

First: Mossein Mansour, McGill Univ.
Second: Jiaxi Liu, Univ. of Cambridge

Noise

Calum Sharp, Univ. of Salford
Frederik Nielbo, Aarhus Univ.

Signal Processing in Acoustics

Chuang Shi, Nanyang Technological Univ.
Stewart Holmes, Lloyd’s Register ODS, Denmark

Speech Communication

First: James Dias, Univ. of California
Second: Yoonjeong Lee, Univ. of Southern California

Structural Acoustics and Vibration

First: Matthew Reynolds, Univ. of Southampton
Second: Luca Alimonti, Université de Sherbrooke

Underwater Acoustics

Lanfranco Muzi, Portland State Univ.
Mingjie Ding, Tokyo Inst. of Technology

“FROM THE STUDENT COUNCIL”

(Echoes newsletter column describing the Montréal June 2013 ASA/ICA meeting)

Bonjour from Montréal! With over 600 preregistered students the Montreal meeting was a fantastic time for all involved. Approximately 100 students attended Monday night’s student icebreaker, and well over 150 students attended Wednesday night’s rooftop student reception. In addition we had over 50 students attend the new student orientation session.

The Student Council would like to thank our outgoing Chair, Eric Dieckman, for his service to the Society and all his hard work put into making the student council and it’s events a great success. We look forward to working with our new Chair, Whitney Coyle.

Looking towards San Francisco, all students are encouraged to attend the student events and to join us for the student outings. It’s a great way to meet your fellow students and lean about the research they are doing. In addition, the Student Council will be hosting a special panel discussion on fellowships and grants, look for more details coming soon on the ASA Student Zone website. For all up to date news, especially during the meetings, subscribe to our twitter feed @ASAStudents and like us on Facebook.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in San Francisco!

Jennie Wylie

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