The May-June 2018 issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (Volume 66, Number 3) has been released. Browse the articles or access the entire issue.
The 2017 INCE Foundation newsletter is now available. The INCE Foundation provides support for INCE awards, student travel to conferences, and much more. Please consider a donation to the Foundation today!
The Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ) is looking for an interested individual to step into the role of Book Review Editor. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the noise control community and see the latest books in the field. Please feel free to contact Jim Thompson, NCEJ Editor.
The National Weather Service in Oklahoma is looking into early infrasound signatures of tornadic development to find out if they can accurately predict or track tornadoes. Radio station KOSU and NPR have the story.
Safe-In-Sound Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Award™ is celebrating its 10th anniversary! We are accepting nominations for the 2019 award, due by June 15, 2018. Click through for more details.
Spread the word! (Quietly, of course...) Wednesday, April 25, 2018 is International Noise Awareness Day. For more information on how you can participate, please link through to the INAD webpage at the Center for Hearing and Communication.
At the Winter 2018 meeting of the INCE-USA Board of Directors, exciting and well-deserved changes were made to two of the Institute's most significant awards. The Distinguished Noise Control Engineer and Excellence in Noise Control Engineering Awards were renamed to honor William W. Lang and George C. Maling.
At its meeting in January, the Board of Directors of INCE-USA elected Deane Jaeger and Karl Washburn as the newest Fellows of the Institute. INCE proudly recognizes the service and accomplishments of all of its Fellows.
This year (2018), the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ) is excited to announce a special issue consisting entirely of case studies in noise control. This issue will be devoted to case studies rather than technical papers.