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Friday, January 24th, 2020 at 4:01pm
Dr. Colleen Le Prell coordinated, served as guest co-editor and contributed five articles for a special issue of @ASA_JASA https://t.co/NEzAy9zK6c

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Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 at 1:16pm
The ASA established a Minority Fellowship in 1992 with the goal of supporting minority students in their pursuit of graduate-level degrees in acoustics. The fellowship was renamed the James E. West Fellowship in 2018. Application deadline: 23 March 2020 https://t.co/0cgJil5HQA https://t.co/TBTd57XT4P
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National Medals @NSTMF
Jim West has been at the forefront of acoustic science for nearly six decades. During that time, he has been just as passionate about serving as a mentor and diversifying the STEM fields.

Read his #JourneysOfInnovation
story here: https://t.co/FwuYVmo0OM
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  • Noise acceptance of acoustic sequences for indoor soundscape in transport hubs January 22, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 206-217, January 2020. Noise acceptance is an aspect of indoor soundscape research. While staying or walking in a transport hub, sequential sounds form sequence sounds sessions, which are referred to as an acoustic sequence. The basic phenomenon and effects of acoustic sequences […]
    Bin Wang
  • Accommodation of gender-related phonetic differences by listeners with cochlear implants and in a variety of vocoder simulations January 22, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 174-190, January 2020. Speech perception requires accommodation of a wide range of acoustic variability across talkers. A classic example is the perception of “sh” and “s” fricative sounds, which are categorized according to spectral details of the consonant itself, and also by […]
    Matthew B. Winn
  • Erratum: Asymptotic limits of some models for sound propagation in porous media and the assignment of the pore characteristic lengths [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139(5), 2463–2474 (2016)] January 22, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 205-205, January 2020.
    Kirill V. Horoshenkov
  • Fast computation of time-domain scattering by an inhomogeneous stratified seafloor January 22, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 191-204, January 2020. Marine sediment properties exhibit fluctuations on a very wide range of scales in all three spatial dimensions. These fluctuations lead to scattering of acoustic waves. Seabed scattering models that treat such fluctuations are reasonably well developed under the plane-wave […]
    Derek R. Olson
  • Reflection of an ultrasonic wave on the bone-implant interface: Comparison of two-dimensional and three-dimensional numerical models January 21, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page EL32-EL36, January 2020. Quantitative ultrasound is used to characterize osseointegration at the bone-implant interface (BII). However, the interaction between an ultrasonic wave and the implant remains poorly understood. Hériveaux, Nguyen, and Haiat [(2018). J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 144, 488–499] recently employed a […]
    Yoann Hériveaux
  • REVIEWS OF ACOUSTICAL PATENTS January 21, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 147-151, January 2020. The purpose of these acoustical patent reviews is to provide enough information for a Journal reader to decide whether to seek more information from the patent itself. Any opinions expressed here are those of the reviewers as individuals and […]
    Sean A. Fulop
  • Ganong effects for frequency may not be robust January 21, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page EL37-EL42, January 2020. The Ganong effect—more identifications of a certain phoneme in a context where that phoneme would yield a real word than a context where that phoneme would yield a pseudoword—has been widely replicated. Few studies, however, have tested whether this […]
    Stephen Politzer-Ahles
  • Numerical modeling of submicron particles for acoustic concentration in gaseous flow January 21, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page 152-160, January 2020. This paper intends to explore the rationality and feasibility of modeling dispersed submicron particles in air by a kinetic-based method called the unified gas-kinetic scheme (UGKS) and apply it to the simulation of particle concentration under a transverse standing […]
    Jizhou Liu
  • Evidence supporting synchrony between two active ears due to interaural coupling January 21, 2020
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Issue 1, Page EL25-EL31, January 2020. Motivated by recent developments suggesting that interaural coupling in non-mammals allows for the two active ears to effectively synchronize, this report describes otoacoustic measurements made in the oral cavity of lizards. As expected from that model, spontaneous otoacoustic emissions […]
    Christopher Bergevin
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