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 March 2019 issue of Noise News International is available for download. The issue features information about the upcoming INTER-NOISE 2019 in Madrid, Spain; upcoming honors and awards being offered by INCE-USA; some lesser-known facts about vibration transmission and isolation; and an article about the public health outcomes of transportation noise.
The March-April issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal, Volume 67 Number 2, is now available online. Browse articles, or download the entire issue (INCE Members only).
Both student and professional Noise Control Engineering awards will be available at the upcoming NOISE-CON 2019. Student awards include: Martin Hirschorn IAC Prize — Graduate Student Project Award, Student Paper Competition, "Classic Papers in Noise Control Engineering" Competition, and INCE-USA Travel Awards. Professional awards being offered this year include the George C. Maling Award for Excellence in Noise Control Engineering and the INCE-USA Outstanding Noise Control Educator Award. Follow the link for more information and application/nomination information. Deadlines are fast approaching!
The next INCE Board Certification Professional Examination will be held on 25 August 2019, in conjuction with NOISE-CON 2019. The deadline for submitting applications is 1 May 2019. A revised and updated Study Guide is now available. As of 2019, although Membership in INCE is recommended, it is no longer required in order to obtain Board Certification in Noise Control Engineering.