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Plenary Speakers

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Monday 1100 - Professor Graeme Clark

Psychoacoustics and Cochlear Implant Speech Perception

Tuesday 1100 - Professor Nico F. Declercq
Interaction of sound and ultrasound with materials

Wednesday 1100 - Professor Torsten Dau
Recipient of the 2010 ICA Early Career Award

Human auditory signal processing in complex acoustic environments

Thursday 1100 - Professor Nicholas Makris
Ocean Acoustic Remote Sensing (OAWRS) of Marine Ecosystems

Friday 1100 - Professor Joe Wolfe
The acoustics of wind instruments -- and of the musicians who play them


Distinguished and Special Lectures

Monday 1500:
Reiko Mazuka, Learning the sound system of Japanese: What does it tell us about language acquisition?
Laboratory for Language Development, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wako-shi, Japan and Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University, Durham, USA

Steffen Marburg, Energy based contribution analysis
Universität der Bundeswehr Munich, Germany

Tuesday 1400:
Timothy Mason, Sonochemistry - a proven tool for process intensification
Sonochemistry Centre, Coventry University, UK

Leo L Beranek, Strength G, Reverberation Time RT, Listener Envelopment LEV, and Measurements Needed in Concert Halls
Consultant, USA

Wednesday 1500:
Irene van Kamp, Noise and Health from different perspectives
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, The Netherlands

Michel Versluis, Nonlinear behavior of ultrasound contrast agent microbubbles and why shell buckling matters
Physics of Fluids Group and MIRA Institute for Biomedical Technology and Technical Medicine, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Thursday 1500:
Dominique Collin, Aircraft Noise: Research Challenges and European Approach
Snecma - Safran Group, Centre de Villaroche, Direction R&T / YUC, France

Douglas Cato, The effects of noise on marine animals in the context of their natural acoustic environment
Defence Science & Technology Organisation and University of Sydney Institute of Marine Science, NSW, Australia





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