Monthly Archives: October 2012

Science Daily posts on NAG work

Tweet We are excited that Science Daily posted about our project on how noise bursts can impact human performance and perception.  Christopher Ainley will be presenting the results at the upcoming ASA Meeting in Kansas City.  See you there!

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Prof.-Dr. Michael Vorlander visits Univ. of Nebraska

Tweet We were very honored to host Prof.-Dr. Michael Vorlander from RWTH Aachen University in Germany for his first visit to Nebraska on October 17-18, 2012!  Prof. Vorlander presented a seminar, reviewing current research at the Institute of Acoustics at … Continue reading

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NAG Meeting 10-09-12

Tweet At this NAG meeting, we busily made plans for the upcoming Acoustical Society of America conference in Kansas City.  At least 12 of us are planning to attend!  As usual, we will host a NAG Game Night on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Effects of Room Size and Reverberation, Receiver Location, and Source Rotation on Acoustical Metrics Related to Source Localization

Tweet A new article has just been published in Acta Acustica united with Acustica, authored by our alum Dr. Lauren Ronsse and Dr. Lily Wang: “Effects of Room Size and Reverberation, Receiver Location, and Source Rotation on Acoustical Metrics Related … Continue reading

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