abstract submission

Abstract submission is open

Abstract submission is open, and the deadline is soon! Format max 300 words, remember to mention special session title during submission, if invited for a such session. Same deadline for oral and poster presentations, as well as invited or contributed.

Aalborg Kommune

Reception at opening

Late November, the municipality of Aalborg granted the welcome reception of the conference. The reception will take place at the conference venue with a view to the neighbor park with "Singing t

Call for structured sessions

The call for structured sessions was opened mid October 2021. Proposals within the wide field of acoustics are welcome, with special encouragement to consider efforts that help meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Many of the efforts in acoustics contribute to the better development of the space we live in, improve health and

Aalborg Kongres & Kultur Center selected as venue

Mid August, terms were finalized with Aalborg Kongres & Kultur Center as the venue for the conference. This is the same venue as for the Forum Acusticum 2011. The main area will be Europahallen, where keynotes and posters will be presented. Meals will be served in the adjacent foyer, where exhibition options are arranged. Parallel sessions will

EAA collaboration confirmed

Late July 2021, the EAA signed the contract for the organization of the conference with the Danish Acoustical Society (President Lars Bramsløw), and Aalborg University (Professor Dorte Hammershøi). The contract entails (among other) the integration and co-support of the EAA Training School (Young Forum), sponsorship discounts for EAA sustaining members, and the announcement of the HEAD Genuit Foundation support of 6

Aalborg hosts BNAM2022 / EuroRegio

In July 2021, the EAA board decided that the EuroRegio 2021 would integrate the Baltic-Nordic Acoustical Meeting, which in 2021 is hosted by the Danish Acoustical Society . "The BNAM meetings were an inspiration for the development of the EuroRegio concept", said former EEA president Michael Vorländer in support of