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Wavelets at 4th Internat. Congress on Sound and Vibration

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON SOUND AND VIBRATION

North Crown Hotel
St. Petersburg, RUSSIA

June 24-27, 1996


CONGRESS PROGRAMME

The Congress programme will include keynote addresses and invited and
contributed papers in specialized areas of sound and vibration. The
Fourth Congress follows previous congresses held in the USA and Canada
in 1990, 1992, and 1994. Several hundred people attended each
previous congress. Already over 250 abstracts have been submitted from
30 countries.

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS covering theoretical and experimental research in the
following areas are solicited:

1. Aeroacoustics and Atmospheric Sound.
2. Boundary Element Methods.
3. Sound Intensity.
4. Diagnostics & Condition Monitoring.
5. Modal Analysis.
6. Material Characterization & Non-destructive Evaluation.
7. Statistical Energy Analysis.
8. Active Noise and Vibration Control.
9. Interaction of Fluid Motion and Sound.
10. Sound Radiation & Scattering.
11. Passive and Active Damping.
12. Finite Element Analysis.
13. Wavelets.
14. Underwater Acoustics.
15. Architectural Acoustics.
16. Structural Acoustics and Vibration.
17. Human Response to Sound and Vibration.

WAVELET MINI-SYMPOSIUM

There will be a special mini-symposium on "The Use of Wavelets in
Acoustics, Vibration and Signal Processing". Abstracts of contributed
papers proposed for presentation at the wavelet mini-symposium should
be sent as soon as possible and must be received no later than February
20, 1996. Abstracts should be approximately 200 words in length. All
abstracts have to be sent by e-mail to Wim Sweldens at AT&T Bell
Laboratories (wim@research.att.com).

PUBLICATIONS

If the abstract is accepted, the paper must be typed on special
manuscript sheets which will be supplied by the Congress Secretariat.
The complete manuscript will be printed in the Congress Proceedings,
and must be received no later than March 15, 1996. All written
papers will be in English. The majority of lecture presentations will
be in English. Keynote papers will have simultaneous translation into
Russian and English, respectively.

EXHIBITION

Companies are invited to take part in the exhibition which will
include instrumentation and electronics, acoustical apparatus and
materials, sound and vibration isolation devices and software.
Exhibition information and booth and table reservations are available
from the Congress Secretariat.

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, The
organizing committee will run special excursions, for the Congress
participants, allowing them to see as many world-renowned masterpieces of
Art and Architecture as possible. Participants may visit the Hermitage
with its numerous art treasures, the many marvelous palaces, cathedrals
and parks or go to the theatre, ballet, opera, or symphony concerts, etc.

LODGING

Participants will be accommodated in the North Crown Hotel. This is a new
five star hotel with all modern conveniences. Single rooms are available
starting from $105 per night (including breakfast). These rooms are
available at the same rates for a limited time before and after the
Congress dates. At your hotel you have an option to purchase two meals a
day for the four-day period for an additional sum of $120. Airport
transfers to and from the North Crown Hotel will be provided. This hotel
is centrally located in the city near the River Neva.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The Congress registration fee is $350. The registration fee includes
the book of proceedings and cultural events including a visit to the
Hermitage. Additional cultural events will be arranged before and
after the Congress. Please make checks payable in US dollars drawn on
a US bank for the registration fee payable to IIAV and mail to the
Congress Secretariat/USA.

Papers accepted for the Congress will require a written version in Book of
Proceedings. Written papers following the typing instructions and not
exceeding 8 finished pages should be submitted by March 15, 1996 to the
Congress Secretariat.

For registration information, please contact the organizing committee:

Conference Secretariat/USA and Overseas Countries
Malcolm J. Crocker, Co-Chairman
Fourth International Congress on Sound and Vibration
Mechanical Engineering Department,
201 Ross Hall,
Auburn University,
Auburn, AL 36849-3501, USA
Tel: (334) 844-3310 (Direct)
or (334) 844-3248 (Direct)
FAX: (334) 844-3306
E-mail: mcrocker@eng.auburn.edu

Congress Secretariat/Russia
Baltic State Technical University
1-st Krasnoarmeyskaya str., 1
St. Petersburg, RUSSIA 198005
Tel/FAX: (812) 316-15-59
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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