The EMSO TSC 2021 "Observing Ocean Sound" will be held in Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, Spain, from 20-22 October 2021. During this three-day event, there will be plenary and training sessions covering the scope of underwater sound study areas. The conference will be open to scientists of all nations, and financial support can be provided to the promising young researchers to assist participation.
The international Automotive Acoustics Conference provides an essential global forum for the exchange of information. In 2021, the conference will take place in a reduced, virtual format and will be broadcast on two consecutive days in order to meet regional time requirements: Participants from Europe and Asia will be able to attend on the first, and participants from the Americas on the second day of the conference.
ISAV2021 is the recent main annual International conference of Iranian Society of Acoustics and Vibration (ISAV).
ছন্দ (Chhanda) or Rhythm as an International Conference cum Workshop was envisaged last year by the School of Languages and Linguistics jointly with Sir C.V. Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University as a quest for the underlying rhythm that spans the massive Universe to the tiniest DNA. The International Conference cum Workshop on Rhythm in Speech and Music from Neuro-cognitive perspectives (ICRSM 2020) in its debut endeavor held at Jadavpur University in January 2020, saw participation of eminent scientists, scholars, researchers and luminaries from across the globe. A special issue of the Jadavpur Journal of Languages and Linguistics has already been published as part of indexing about 60 contributory papers we had received during the Conference.
The 10th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech (New Sounds 2022) will take place on 20-22 April 2022 at the University of Barcelona. New Sounds gathers researchers from all over the world to discuss issues related to the learning and teaching of second/foreign language (L2) phonetics and phonology.
The Institute of Acoustics has the great pleasure to announce it is holding the International Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2022, 20-23 June 2022 in Southampton, UK. Following on from our ICUA2020 virtual conference, we are very much looking forward to holding an in-person conference this time.
The African Bioacoustics Community hosts a biennial conference that brings together individuals from around the world who are interested in bioacoustics. These conferences provide opportunities for underrepresented scientists based in Africa to present their research, learn from some of the best in the field and network with other researchers working on bioacoustic projects in Africa.
The main objective of this Conference is to provide international forum with advance scientific knowledge about the noise and vibration.