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The journal Acta Acustica united with Acustica reports on original scientific research in all subjects in the field of acoustics and on engineering applications. It 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.

Product Manager: Jean Kergomard


Documenta Acustica is the literature distribution system of the European Acoustics Association. It distributes conference and symposia proceedings as well as books, reports and theses. It helps to distribute information that is otherwise confined to European acoustical societies, laboratories or companies. The table of contents of the items in stock, some promotional texts and order forms can be found on the website. From January 1999 to January 2008, Documenta Acustica was handled by the French Acoustical Society (SFA). From January 2008 the Acoustical Society of Italy (AIA) handles the product.

Product Manager: Sergio Luzzi

EAA’s product Nuntius Acusticus, the "acoustic messenger", was published since the beginning of 2001 bimonthly in electronic format and distributed together with Acta Acustica united with Acustica. Now a new format of the newsletter is diffused every month 15th. the Informations should be submitted to the Product manager.

Product Manager: Kristian Jambrosic

EAA Schola - the European Web-based University Guide is a service to students in acoustics. It offers search functions for institutions, courses, and other information relevant for students in acoustics.

The procedure to establish entries in EAA Schola is the following: Representatives from universities, faculties, departments, schools, institutes, called "Schola Editors", insert the data of their courses, specific fields of acoustics research, and exchange programs. These data will be collected and hosted in the Schola database and can be updated by the Schola Editor. The Schola Product Manager coordinates the data collection, handling and presentation. 
When a new Schola Editor requests access to the system, she or he contacts the Schola Product Manager personally and receives login data. The request should include name and address of the Editor and complete name and address of the institution where the courses are given. 
The EAA is convinced that this initiative will promote acoustics and improve information about studying acoustics, for the benefit of our young students and colleagues and for a good future of acoustics in Europe.

Product Manager: Malte Kob


The EAA product Fenestra is the web portal of the European Acoustics Association. On our pages you will find information about the EAA member Societies, the web pages of the EAA Technical Committees, a calendar of upcoming events, a job market and many more topics related to acoustics. Information on Events should be submitted using the web interface.

Product Manager: Luc Jaouen

The EAA young acousticians network (YAN) is a non-profit student initiative within the European Acoustics Association (EAA). Our primary goal is to establish a community for young researchers in the field of Acoustics; to connect them and to provide support. We organise events at scientific conferences and provide not-for-profit services that contribute to the community. These services include the EAA YAN website and also opportunities for direct email contact. Our target group is primarily European PhD students working in acoustics, but also master students, post docs, and young workers and researchers. Students living outside Europe are also eligible for membership.

YAN Chair: Cristina Zamorano

Acoustics in Practice: European Journal of current topics in applied acoustics

 

The journal audience is those practicing in the fields of acoustics, noise and vibration. Readers and contributors are expected to be practitioners rather than researchers: these include consultants, manufacturers, policy makers and regulators. The papers will not be peer reviewed, but will be reviewed by an editor.

Responsible of the project: Miguel Ausejo