2022 Northeast Regional Environmental Acoustics Symposium

People gather around posters at an acoustics symposium.

2022 Northeast Regional Environmental Acoustics Symposium
and Career Workshop
May 2-3, 2022

Symposium: Monday May 2nd, 2022, 8:30am-5pm (breakfast & lunch provided)
Hosted by the Center for Acoustics Research and Education (CARE)
University of New Hampshire 
Memorial Union Building Granite State Room
In-person

Acoustics Career Workshop: Tuesday May 3rd, 2022, 8:30 am-1:00 pm (breakfast & lunch provided)

 Admission is free, but registration is required.

This in-person symposium will consist of two keynote speakers, oral presentations, and poster presentations. Anyone with an interest in reporting acoustics research (in progress or completed) are encouraged to submit an abstract. Presentations are not required; anyone with an interest in environmental acoustics is encouraged to attend as a participant.

The career workshop is an opportunity for students and early career professionals to meet and learn about possible career paths associated with the field of acoustics, including industry, technology, federal sector, and academia.

Registration is now closed.

Download the 2022 program here.

RSVP for the 2022 Northeast Regional Environmental Acoustics Symposium/Career Workshop

Ian Agranat, founder and CEO of Wildlife Acoustics, Inc., the leading global supplier of bioacoustics technology including sonic and ultrasonic recorders and analysis software for the automated monitoring of wildlife such as birds, frogs, bats and other vocal animals for government agencies, scientists, and environmental consultants worldwide.

Dr. Thomas Drake heads the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Ocean Battlespace and Expeditionary Access Department—one of six science and technology (S&T) departments at ONR. The Ocean Battlespace Sensing Department is responsible for Navy and Marine Corps S&T in ocean and meteorological science, undersea warfare, mine warfare, space technology and marine mammals.

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Holiday Inn Express in downtown Durham, N.H., at a special conference rate of $109/ night. The hotel is within walking distance to campus. Rooms are available from May 1st – 4th; the rate applies to any nights within that period, there is no minimum stay required. To reserve a room, participants should call the hotel and mention the Northeast Regional Environmental Acoustics Symposium rate: (603) 868-1234.

Monday, May 2

8:30-9:00: Breakfast (provided)

9:00-9:15: Introductions

9:15-10:00: Keynote Speaker Ian Arganat

10:00-10:15: Break

10:15-12:00: Oral Presentations

12:00-13:30: Lunch (provided)

13:30-14:15: Oral Presentations

14:15-15:00: Keynote Speaker Dr. Tom Drake

15:00-15:15: Transitional Remarks

15:15-15:30: Break

15:30-16:30: Poster Session

16:30- Happy Hour, Hop + Grind (17 Madbury Rd, Durham)

 

Tuesday, May 3

8:30-9:00: Breakfast (provided)

9:00-9:15: Introductions

9:15-10:15: Career Representative Introductions

10:15-10:30: Break

10:30-12:00: Round Robins

12:00- 12:15: Closing Remarks

12:15-13:00: Lunch/Posters

 

Parking Info

ParkingAll workshop participants can park at no cost to you at the Campus Crossing Visitor Lot (Formerly known as "Mill Road Visitor Lot", or "C-Lot."). The lot is located at Mill Road across from the Durham Market Place plaza (set GPS for 8 Mill Road).   

Instructions for Code Usage: Approach any kiosk in the lot assigned. Press “Coupon” Button enter code provided above and hit enter,  the machine will verify the code, once the code is verified, press the green button and receipt will print out. Receipt must be displayed on driver’s side dash face up to avoid ticketing