NCEJ is the pre-eminent academic journal of noise control. It is the International Journal of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA, produced with the participation and assistance of the Korean Society of Noise and Vibration Engineering (KSNVE).
NCEJ reaches noise control professionals around the world, covering over 50 national noise control societies and institutes.
INCE-USA encourages you to submit your next paper to NCEJ. Choosing NCEJ:
Submissions to NCEJ receive thorough review by NCE peers. Final acceptance of any submission is solely based on the outcome of the anonymous peer review process.
As well as Technical Papers, NCEJ accepts Case Studies. Unlike Technical Papers, Case Studies are focused on providing reference-level information for practicing noise control engineers. A Case Study must adhere to the same format and organizational requirements of a Technical Paper as outlined in the NCEJ MS Word Template for Paper Submissions. It must be written clearly and provide a well-organized discussion of a noise control application with strong technical content describing what was done and the effectiveness of the controls.
As a general description, acceptable paper topics include submissions related to airborne and structurally transmitted noise. This does not include electric circuit or electromagnetic radiation noise. General topics include: sound, structurally transmitted sound, and vibration in the audible range. There is a vast range of topics covered under this umbrella. While it is impossible to provide a comprehensive list, a short summary is provided below.
For a more detailed listing, see the INCE Classification of Subjects.
To submit your Technical Paper or Case Study, please go to our online submission site:
You will need to register an account on this site in order to upload your paper. All reviews and communication take place through this website. Once submitted, you will be able to check on the status of your paper via this website.
If you are an INCE-USA Member, please note that this is a separate website from the INCE-USA Membership portal, so you will need a separate account.
The NCEJ Editorial Team is always looking for professional and knowledgeable reviewers. From Graduate Students to Retirees, we need your help with paper reviews. If you would like to volunteer to be a reviewer for NCEJ, please register on the NCEJ Editorial website as a reviewer.
If you are an INCE-USA Member, please note that this is a separate website from the INCE-USA Membership portal, so you will need a separate account (if you have not already created one).
Once you have accessed the NCEJ Editorial website, select the Subject Classifications for the types of papers you would prefer to review. Doing so will enable the Editorial Team to select qualified reviewers, and you will receive papers in your areas of interest for review.
Andrew Barnard -- Pennsylvania State University -- Measurement Methods and Testing
Wade Bray -- Head Acoustics, Inc. -- Sound Quality and Perception
Norm Broner -- Broner Consulting Pty Ltd -- Environmental Noise
Yin Cao -- Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing, University of Surrey -- Active Noise Control
Kristin Cody -- Naval Nuclear Laboratory -- Flow-Induced Sound and Vibration
Tyler Dare -- Pennyslvania State University -- Tire Noise, Signal Analysis, Modal Analysis
Gordon Ebbitt -- Ebbitt Acoustical Consulting, LLC -- Automotive NVH
David Herrin -- University of Kentucky -- Mufflers and Silencers
Jeanette Hesedahl -- CENSEO AV+Acoustics -- Book Review Editor
Yang-Hann Kim -- Korean Society of Noise and Vibration Engineering -- Asia-Pacific Region
Kyle Myers -- Pennsylvania State University -- Tire Noise, Signal Analysis, Modal Analysis
Jon Mooney -- Acoustics by JW Mooney LLC -- Building Acoustics
Miles Penhale -- Keweenaw Research Center, Michigan Technological University -- Measurement Methods and Testing, Occupational Noise
Judy Rochat -- Cross-Spectrum Acoustics -- Transportation
Ahmet Selamet -- The Ohio State University -- Engine Breathing System Noise and Silencers
Scott Sommerfeldt -- Brigham Young University -- Active Noise Control
Steve Sorenson -- Toyota Motors North America Research & Development -- Auotomotive NVH
Tim Wu -- University of Kentucky -- Simulation
The Noise Control Engineering Journal could not function without the dedicated service of our many volunteer reviewers. These reviewers provided outstanding feedback that guided the authors in refining their papers to make NCEJ an outstanding publication. We are very appreciative of their services.
The following reviewers stood out for their inciteful guidance, timely response, and willingness to review multiple papers.
NCEJ's Outstanding Reviewers for 2021 are: