Acoustics in a Changing Environment
|Abbey Beach Resort, Busselton |
9-11 November 2005
ACOUSTICS 2005, will be a time to consider how well the acoustics profession is serving the community in applying the best available science and technology in our ever changing environment.
The emphasis of the Conference will be on practical applications of acoustical science and technology and practical solutions to acoustic problems.
Topics will include:
The Conference will commence on Wednesday evening, 9th November, with registration and an informal social function. Parallel paper sessions will run on Thursday 10th November. The Conference Dinner will be held on the Thursday evening. Further papers session and Workshop will be held on the Friday, and there will be trade displays both days
Workshops associated with Acoustics 2005 provide opportunity for practitioners to engage in professional discussion of current issues in a semi-formal setting.
All workshops are integrated into the conference program in 50 minute sessions and cost of attendance is included with conference registration, unless stated otherwise.
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Conference papers span topics across the wide range of acoustics in the 21st century, including:
- Underwater acoustics - propagation, sonar, communication, bioacoustics
- Acoustic and vibration measurement and modelling
- Engineering noise and vibration control
- Active noise and vibration control
- Environmental acoustics
- Architectural acoustics
- Transportation noise
- Occupational noise
- Musical acoustics
Keynote Speaker - Dr Andy Moorhouse
Reader in Acoustics, School of Computing, Science and Engineering, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.
Paper: Virtual acoustic prototypes
Plenary Speaker (Underwater Acoustics) - Joseph Rice
Engineering Acoustic Chair, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California USA.
Paper: "Seaweb" acoustic Com/Nav networks
Plenary Speaker - Professor Neville Fletcher
Electronic Materials Engineering, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT Australia.
Paper: Acoustic systems in biology: from insects to elephants
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Welcome to the Busselton and Margaret River Wine Region, a very special place. Extending from Busselton & Dunsborough in the north to Augusta in the south, this region seduces the traveller with life's simple pleasures - peace and quiet, award-winning wines, fine food, variety of accommodation to suit all tastes, budgets & experiences, pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery, and a relaxed and easy lifestyle whispering for us to unwind and enjoy.
This is a place of splendid natural contrasts. From the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay, the panoramic views from Cape Naturaliste, the ancient cave-carved Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, spectacular surfing conditions and picturesque vineyards and forests you will discover great beauty and plenty to explore.
This is a region for all seasons. Whether it is autumn dawn walks in wooded valleys veiled in mist; cosy winter nights spent with good friends around a roaring fire; spring picnics amid towering karri forest ablaze with wildflowers; or warm summer days lazing on a secluded beach by a sparkling sea.
Abbey Beach Resort, the venue for ACOUSTICS 2005, is situated 2.5 hours south of Perth in the beautiful South West. Abbey Beach Resort nestles on the beachfront of Geographe Bay amidst landscaped gardens and lakes. Located at the gateway to the South West Wine Regions, in the historic countryside between Busselton and Dunsborough, it is ideally located to provide convenient access to nearby scenic attractions, wineries, galleries, restaurants and secluded beaches. Abbey Beach Resort is a leisure resort with countless facilities and amenities for your pleasure. Play tennis or squash, gymnasium, sauna, external pools, heated indoor pool and spa. Stroll along the endless beaches, try your hand at crabbing or fishing, hoist a sail, tackle the surf or paddle a wave ski.
The Five Star Abbey Beach Resort comprises a Hotel and Apartments. Select from 1, 2 and 3 bedroom fully serviced, self contained apartments and studio units all of which have a private balcony and private double spa.
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