About the forum

An organization of young researchers,
   comprised by young researchers,
     working for young researchers.

We work to create spaces and opportunities for active discussion and exchange between members of the Acoustical Society of Japan, particularly young researchers. The forum is an autonomous organization, working independently and enthusiastically for the growth and improvement of the Acoustical Society of Japan and society at large. (Excerpt from the internal regulations)

By young researcher we refer to any self-proclaimed young person doing research or being deeply interested in acoustics. Our forum welcomes people of any age and research background, from high school, undergraduate and graduate students, to professionals pursuing topics in acoustics after graduating.

You can learn more about our activities here.

We are recruiting

The Students and Young Researchers Forum is recruiting volunteers to become members of our staff. You can find more details here.

News and announcements

  • Renewal of the laboratories link compendium Our laboratories link compendium has undergone a major revision.Links are no longer limited to laboratories; we are now also listing links to institutions and companies embarking in projects related ...
    Posted Mar 18, 2013, 11:09 PM by トレビーニョホルヘ
  • The website for the Introductory Encyclopedia of Acoustics is now live! We are pleased to announce that the website for the Introductory Encyclopedia of Acoustics is now online.You can access it at the following URL:http://abcpedia.acoustics.jp/index ...
    Posted Mar 18, 2013, 11:01 PM by トレビーニョホルヘ
  • Spring 2013 Beginners Seminar -Building an Introductory Encyclopedia of Acoustics- There are many topics (Q) in acoustics that can be hard to learn just from a textbook introduction. "What is the cepstrum?" "How do you calculate a convolution?" Sometimes a ...
    Posted Mar 18, 2013, 6:02 AM by トレビーニョホルヘ
  • Interspeech 2012 An entry titled Experience during the international conference Interspeech 2012(JP) has been added to the anecdotes section.
    Posted Mar 18, 2013, 6:03 AM by トレビーニョホルヘ
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