Due to the ongoing concerns and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, INCE-USA has decided to Go Virtual with Noise-Con 2020. The conference will still be held the week of November 16th. We intend to provide you with the same robust content allowing attendees to share their important work, engage in networking opportunities and take advantage of the ability to reconnect with colleagues. Additional information will be provided in the coming weeks so stay tuned for more updates. Click here for a message from our Conference Chair, Gordon Ebbitt.
There will be additional changes to the NOISE-CON program, so please check back for additional details.
INCE-USA is a non-profit professional organization whose primary purpose is to promote, through its members, noise control solutions to environmental, product, machinery, industrial and other noise problems. INCE-USA is a Member Society of the International Institute of Noise Control Engineering, an international consortium of organizations with interests in acoustics and noise control.
INCE-USA publishes the Noise Control Engineering Journal, and the Noise News International magazine. Click here for the latest issues.
INCE-USA hosts postings for job opportunities related to Noise Control Engineering.
The INCE Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization, established in 1993 to support education in Noise Control Engineering. Click here to donate to the Foundation.
The International Year of Sound (IYS 2020) is a global initiative to highlight the importance of sound in all aspects of life on earth. The celebration will increase the public's understanding of sound-related issues at the national and international level. INCE-USA is a Sponsor of the International Year of Sound. Learn more at sound2020.org.
Fourteen-year-old Nora Keegan from Calgary, Alberta is one of three plenary speakers at The Institute of Noise Control Engineering’s (INCE-USA) NOISE-CON from November 16-20, 2020.
When was the last time a great meal was spoiled for you by the deafening din of restaurant noise? Did you mention it on your Yelp review?
Noise standards are used to calibrate other noise instruments.
The latest issue of NCEJ (Volume 68, Number 4) features a review of "BioClimatic Double-Skin Facades" by Mary Ben Bonham. Joe Cuschieri wrote the review. Click through to the NCEJ Book Reviews page.