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What does ASA stand for?

ASA stands for Acoustic Society of America

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ORG Acoustics. org provides easy access to information in the broad field of Acoustics. Whether you are a student, a seasoned professional, or simply an interested layperson, this site will be an invaluable resource in your search for information. A vibrant, dynamic website, Acoustics. org is a Public Relations and Media outlet for the Acoustical Society of America. For information on the biannual meetings of the Society, we have prepared non-scientific, “lay language” papers of compelling research, studies and findings in all areas of acoustics.
Home Publications Meetings Contact ASA Site Map Back to Top Copyright © Acoustical Society of America.
Since 1929 The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America has been the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary study of sound. Subject coverage includes: linear and nonlinear acoustics; aeroacoustics, underwater sound and acoustical oceanography; ultrasonics and quantum acoustics; architectural and structural acoustics and vibration; speech, music and noise; psychology and physiology of hearing; engineering acoustics, transduction; bioacoustics, animal bioacoustics.
161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, Washington, 23--27 May 2011 Submit Abstract.
172nd Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, 28 November – 2 December 2016(The 5th Joint meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.
Volunteer scientists and engineers of the Acoustical Society of America, the Institute of Noise Control Engineering, and the National Council of Acoustical Consultants were a major force behind it, as was the U. S. Access Board, the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, and many other professional organizations.
Since 1929 The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America has been the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary study of sound. Subject coverage includes: linear and nonlinear acoustics; aeroacoustics, underwater sound and acoustical oceanography; ultrasonics and quantum acoustics; architectural and structural acoustics and vibration; speech, music and noise; psychology and physiology of hearing; engineering acoustics, transduction; bioacoustics, animal bioacoustics.
On December 27, 1928, approximately 40 scientists and engineers interested in acoustics met at the Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York, NY, to consider the formation of a scientific society for acoustics. Just a few months later, the Acoustical Society of America held its first meeting on May 10-11, 1929, with approximately 450 charter members. In 1931 the Acoustical Society joined with three other scientific societies to form the American Institute of Physics.