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Acta Acustica

Acta Acustica (formely "Acta Acustica" then "Acta Acustica united with Acustica") is an open access journal which reports on original scientific research in all subjects in the field of acoustics and on engineering applications. The journal includes scientific papers, technical and applied papers, book reviews, short communications, doctoral thesis abstracts, etc. In irregular intervals special issues and review articles are published.

Since September 2019, Acta Acustica has changed its publisher and is now available at
To request email alert on new publications of "Acta Acustica", please follow this link.

The tables of content of the archive of Acta Acustica (united with Acustica) since 1951 to 2019 are available here.

Acoustics in Practice

The journal audience is those practicing in the fields of acoustics, noise and vibration. Readers and contributors are expected to be practitioners: these include consultants, manufacturers, policy makers and regulators.

Link to AiP webpage with all table of contents and articles freely available for download.
(Last issue : October 2017).

In order to enhance its visibility and increase its regularity, we are adopting a big change: publishing the papers individually.

Next EEA conference : ONLINE Euronoise 2021, Oct. 25-27

The European Acoustical Association (EAA) together with the Portuguese Acoustical Society (SPA) is pleased to invite you to the next Euronoise conference, to be held ONLINE on October 25-27, 2021

The other key dates are:
Abstract submission deadline: May, 1st, 2021
Abstract acceptance: May, 15th, 2021
Final paper submission deadline: July 15th, 2021

You can find more information on Euronoise 2021 website

New ISE petition round related to the budget of Horizon Europe

the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) discussion is going to reach its final steps soon. News from many Member States hint that the contribution will shrink to 1% of their GNI (Gross National Income), way below the 1.07% proposed by Finnish presidency in December, and even further away from the 1,11% proposed by the Parliament.

EAA is supporting a campaign to advocate for a higher budget by putting pressure on national governments and invites you sign the ISE (Initiative for Science in Europe) petition. See the detailed message from Manell Zakharia, president of EAA about this topic.

Webpage of the campaign:  

A press release about the initiative can be found at:



On our pages you will find information about:


We will be very grateful if you can contribute to Fenestra !


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