ECE Faculty and Students Active in Acoustical Society of America Meeting
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)faculty and students had a strong presence at the recent Acoustical Society of America meeting in Baltimore, MD. Professor John Buck presented the paper "Bayesian bounds on passive sonar accuracy from binary performance metrics" in a special session on Bayesian Signal Processing and two ECE graduate students, David Hague and Saurav Tuladhar attended the 2-day short course on "Acoustical Signal Processing".
Professor David Brown was appointed to a three-year term as an Associate Editor for the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) for the concentration "Transduction, Acoustical Measurement, Instrumentation, and Applied Acoustics".
Professor Buck and Brown also participated in various technical and planning meetings of the Society including the committees on Underwater Acoustics, Education, Engineering Acoustics, and Regional Chapters. Students are encouraged to check out the Acoustical Society's national and local web pages and consider a student membership. See http://asa.aip.org/ and http://www.acosoc.org/RegChapters/Narragansett/.
Abstracts for conference presentations are now being accepted through June 1, 2010 for the November international meeting to be held jointly with Pan American/Iberian meeting on Acoustics in Cancun, Mexico.
Author: "David Brown"