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ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PROCESS 

1 FEBRUARY 2024 | Abstract Submissions Opened

Authors are invited to submit a short abstract (max. 250 words). All abstracts must be submitted through the conference presentation portal - accessed by clicking on the 'Submit Abstract' button above -  the abstract should reflect the conference theme ‘Reflecting on the past - innovating for the future’.

 

5 APRIL 2024 | Abstract Submissions Closed

22 APRIL 2024 | Authors Notified of Abstract Status, following review

  • Presenting Authors should register to attend the conference, once their abstract has been accepted.  Completing registration by 27 June will ensure the early registration discount is applied.

  • All accepted abstracts are required to be developed into a full conference paper for presentation.

  • Authors will upload their full paper through the Presentation Portal - the link back to your portal can be found in your acceptance email.

  • Please note: all short abstracts will be printed in the conference handbook and all full papers will be available to delegates electronically.

31 MAY 2024 | Peer-Reviewed Papers Due

Due to the extended submission deadline, there is a new deadline for Peer-reviewed Papers.

These must now be submitted by Friday 31 May.  

  • The full paper should be between 2 - 10 pages long and should follow the instructions for layout and format provided by the Full Paper Template. All authors must use the Full Paper Template to format their final paper.

  • Final full papers should be saved as a word document (surnameFINAL.doc(x) file)

  • Authors will upload their full paper through the Presentation Portal - the link back to your portal can be found in your acceptance email.

22 JULY 2024 | Non-Peer-Reviewed Papers Due

Non Peer-Reviewed papers must be submitted by 22 July.

  • The full paper should be between 2- 10 pages long and should follow the instructions for layout and format provided by the Full Paper Template. All authors must use the Full Paper Template to format their final paper.

  • Final full papers should be saved as a word document (surnameFINAL.doc(x) file)

  • Authors will upload their full paper through the Presentation Portal - the link back to your portal can be found in your acceptance email.

Harry Clark Prize

We are very pleased to announce that the inaugural Harry Clark Prize will be awarded to the best Room Acoustics paper and presentation at this year’s ASNZ Conference in Christchurch.

 

The prize will be $1,000 to the paper’s author(s). We are very grateful to the Marshall Day Acoustics Research & Development Trust for funding this award.

 

Papers submitted to the ‘Room Acoustics’ theme / paper category in the submission portal, will be considered for this award.

 

Thank you for your submissions!

                                            

The Acoustics 2024 Organising Committee

CONDITIONS OF SUBMISSION

  • At least one author must present this work in person at the conference.

  • The presenting author will be required to register for the Conference to ensure their abstract(s) is included in the final programme. The deadline for presenting author registration is 27 June 2024. Similarly, no speaker fee is paid to authors or presenters.

  • It is the responsibility of the submitting author to ensure the accuracy of the content, spelling, grammar and formatting of the abstract, as it will be published as it is submitted.

  • Please note that you are required to submit a full paper in order to present at the conference

  • By submitting an abstract, you grant the Organising Committee permission to publish the abstract in the Conference proceedings in hard copy and/or electronic format.

TOPIC THEMES

Authors are invited to submit abstracts based on the following topic themes:

  • Acoustic Consultancy

  • Acoustics of Materials and Products

  • Aeroacoustics, Aircraft, & Aerospace Applications

  • Architectural & Building Acoustics (incl. Specialist Spaces)

  • Building Vibration & Structure Borne Noise

  • Construction Materials

  • Environmental Acoustics & Vibration

  • Environmental Noise Policy & Regulation

  • Human Factors (community noise and health, perception, soundscapes)

  • Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques

  • Low-Frequency Noise & Infrasound

  • Musical Acoustics

  • Noise & Vibration Control

  • Occupational Health & Safety

  • Railway Noise & Vibration

  • Road Traffic Noise

  • Room Acoustics *

  • Signal Processing

  • Sustainability and Acoustics

  • Underwater Acoustics

  • Vibration and Structure-borne Noise

  • Wind Turbine Noise


    * Submissions to this theme will be considered for the $1000 Harry Clark Prize in Room Acoustics (Sponsored by the Marshall Day Acoustics Research & Development Trust)

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