Ball Aerospace is seeking college students who are about to graduate with experience in acoustics for an Acoustics Engineer Associate position in Dayton, Ohio. The ideal candidate has a BS or higher in Acoustics Engineering, Physics, or a related technical field. They will support a wide range of defense-related projects in noise and physical acoustics such as aircraft noise, impulsive weaponry, hearing protection, structural acoustics, and communications.
More information about Ball Aerospace can be found at their website, and search for Job ID 665769.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) at the University of California San Diego invites faculty applications at the levels of both Assistant and Associate Professor. The desired candidate is a motivated, broad-thinking scientist-educator who will establish a vigorous research program and provide intellectual leadership in his or her field while complementing existing expertise at Scripps and other UCSD departments. The deadline for applications in 31 January 2019.
Of particular interest are applicants with a research focus on experimental ocean acoustics. Of interest are all aspects of acoustics in the ocean including but not limited to: marine physics and the theory/modeling of sound propagation underwater including interaction with the boundaries, the sources and spatial/temporal structure of ambient sound, the development of innovative signal processing and parameter estimation approaches for use with data collected from arrays of acoustic sensors, and acoustic sensing technology development.
The listings for the positions can be found here and here.
The Acoustical Society of America is offering two scholarships for graduate students who are enrolled in graduate degree-granting programs in Architectural Acoustics, Noise Control, and Engineering Acoustics, including applications of linear and nonlinear acoustics, transduction and transducers, acoustical measurements, instrumentation, and applications of signal processing to any of the aforementioned areas. The two scholarships are:
The Leo and Gabriella Beranek Scholarship in Architectural Acoustics and Noise Control
Application deadline: 28 Feb 2019
The Frank and Virginia Winker Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Study in Acoustics
Application deadline: 1 April 2019
More information and application forms can be found on the ASA Funding Sources webpage.
Metropolitan Acoustics is a consulting firm specializing in acoustics and vibration located in Philadelphia, PA. They are a fast growing company and are seeking talented professionals to join their team.
More information about Metropolitan Acoustics can be found on their website. The posting for this position can be found here.
The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a grant offered by the Embassy of France in the United States. It supports outstanding Ph.D. students from American universities who wish to conduct research in France for a period ranging from 4 to 9 months. Chateaubriand fellows are selected through a merit-based competition, through a collaborative process involving expert evaluators in both countries.
Applications are being received until January 8, 2019. More info about the fellowship can be found here. Further questions may be directed to email@example.com.
Friday, December 7th at 3 PM in ETC 4.150
The end of the semester can be a busy and stressful time for students, and so in lieu of a meeting this week, the Austin ASA would like to invite you all to a study break this Friday! Give your brain a rest and come out to enjoy some pizza and a movie.
Friday, November 30 at 3 PM in ETC 4.150
Join us for a short general meeting this Friday where we will discuss general chapter business. Topics will include the upcoming spring semester, ETS Lindgren, and more! Snacks will be provided.
This Friday, October 19 in ETC 4.150 at 3 PM
The Austin ASA Student Chapter is very pleased to have Prof. Steven Garrett as this week’s installment of the Acoustical Ask-Me-Anything series! Dr. Garrett, now retired, is a former Professor of Acoustics at the Graduate Program at Penn State. He was the first Hunt Fellow of the ASA and has also received the ASA’s Silver Medal for Interdisciplinary Acoustics.
The Acoustical AMA series allows current students to meet with acoustical professionals in an informal setting and pick their brains concerning all things acoustics and related career paths.
This Friday, October 5 in ETC 4.150 at 3 PM
This week’s meeting will start with a short general meeting, followed by an Acoustical AMA. At the general meeting we will discuss the upcoming meetings for this month, as well as other things like shirts, ETS Lindgren, and other general Chapter business.
The Austin ASA Student Chapter is very pleased to have Dr. Junghyun Park as the next installment in this semester’s Acoustical Ask-Me-Anything series! Dr. Park is a Research Scientist in the Department of Earth Sciences at SMU. Her research has focused on the use of infrasound in the characterization of seismic activity, such as that resulting from underground nuclear explosions.
The US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland invites applications for at least one tenure-track faculty position in physics. Candidates specializing in Physical Acoustics are specifically encouraged to apply! Applications will be reviewed beginning Nov. 15, but the position will remain open until filled.
The ideal candidate is committed to teaching in a highly interactive environment while establishing and maintaining a thriving research program at USNA. Contact us for details.