next 50 years of noise control
Abstract Submission Opens | 15 October 2020
Registration Opens | 15 December 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline | 15 January 2021
Young Professionals Grant Application Deadline | 15 January 2021
Notification of Young Professionals Travel Grant Awards | 15 February 2021
Paper Submission (ASSESSMENT Required) Deadline | 15 February 2021
Final Paper Submission Deadline | 7 April 2021
Final Paper Submission Deadline for ASSESSED Papers (based on suggestions provided) | 7 April 2021
Early-Bird Registration Deadline for Authors | 7 April 2021
Technical Program Posted | 15 May 2021
Early-Bird Registration Deadline for Non-Authors and Accompanying Persons | 15 June 2021
Early Hotel Registration Cut-Off | 15 June 2021
Regular Registration Rate Applies from | 15 June 2021
Full Congress Program Posted | 15 June 2021
A broad array of topics will be offered in the technical sessions in accordance with the style of previous inter·noise Congresses. Here is a listing of the technical areas with many sessions to be added:
Each topic will be organized by international experts. Invited as well as contributed papers are very welcome. Proposals for technical sessions and workshops are welcome and should be addressed to the Technical Program Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
50th Anniversary and Plenary & Keynote Lectures
Special emphasis will be placed on emerging areas of noise control for the next 50 years. Topics may include:
These will feature speakers from inside and outside the noise control community, with special focus on how emerging technologies might transform their specialties over the next 50 years.
Special sessions or events will be held to mark the 50 years of progress in noise control since the first inter·noise Congress in 1972, but also to look forward and speculate on what could be achieved in the next 50 years. Materials will be prepared that celebrate the 50 years of inter·noise Congresses and the International Institute of Noise Control, provide some thoughts on successes and continuing challenges, and some speculations on how advances in technology, as well as health, societal and environmental issues will affect global noise control in the future.
“A great hosting and networking opportunity, likely to be a game changer for Latin America”
– Davi Akkerman (Congress Co-President)