Austin student chapter of the Acoustical Society of America
ASA Meeting, 3:00 PM Friday, Location TBA
This is a reminder that we are having our monthly meeting this Friday. We expect to hear back from people developing outreach demos and have sign-up for time slots at Introduce a Girl to Engineering day. http://www.engr.utexas.edu/wep/k12/girlday
Field Trip This Wednesday!
This Wednesday we are meeting in the Lobby of the Commons Learning Center at 2:00 PM and then headed over to see UT's Anechoic Wind Tunnel. Many of you may be familiar with anechoic chambers and wind tunnels, but for research involving aero-acoustics they have to combine them. Dr. Charles Tinney's lab conducts research ranging from helicopter acoustics to jet acoustics. Come see a unique facility at our own university.
ASA Books for ARL Students
Since some people appear to not have gotten the notification, I am re-posting it here. You can email me at my ARL address (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want a copy of the list:
To all ARL student staff:
The Acoustical Society of America has offered a generous donation to the Applied Research Labs in the form of textbooks and literature that the ASA publishes. The ASA has a surplus number of several titles that they are willing to donate to ARL staff and students free of charge. Attached is a list of books that have been offered. If there are any books on this list that you have need for, please let me know by number and title and I will reserve a copy. We must limit the number of books to no more than 5 per person so we do not overwhelm the ASA staff or deplete their supply. Please respond before Friday, February 7th so we can get the order in promptly.
Applied Research Labs
The University of Texas at Austin
The header photo of this email is from the Gallery of Acoustics: Fall 1995, 130th ASA Meeting in St. Louis, MO - Lawrence Crum, "Collapsing cavitation bubble." - Link