William Hartmann Lecture

Date: 9/22/2009

The Columbia Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Student Chapter is pleased to sponsor a free seminar by noted physicist, psychoacoustician and author, Dr. William M. Hartmann.

When: Friday, September 25th, 3:00 p.m.
Where: Room 609, 33 E. Congress Pkwy

Professor Hartmann graduated from Iowa State with an electrical engineering degree before attending Oxford University to study theoretical physics. He is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America, and has served as Chair of the Society’s Musical Acoustics Committee and as the Society’s President. He has been doing work in Psychoacoustics and Signal Processing for over 30 years, and continues to do research to this day. He is now a professor at Michigan State University in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

The Acoustical Society of America is a national organization dedicated to increasing the knowledge of acoustics, facilitate its dissemination, and promote its practical application. The AA&A student chapter of ASA is committed to helping students network, exchange information and ideas, and learn more about the world of acoustics at the local level. The chapter members are involved in activities like academic enrichment, professional development, resume building, technical presentations, and industry tours.  Meetings are held once a month, generally on a Thursday evening. Anyone interested in acoustics is welcome!

For more information email columbiaasachapter@gmail.com or join the Columbia ASA Student Chapter’s FaceBook group.