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POSTPONED TO 2021 : BNAM 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the current restrictions on person gatherings and travels, the Nordic Acoustical Association together with the Norwegian Acoustical Society have decided to postpone the BNAM-conference to 2021. Those who already have registered, and paid the conference fee, will receive av full refund. The organizing committee will monitor the situation constantly, and information will be given as soon as planning is possible. We would like to thank all of the contributors for their efforts so far. We hope everyone will stay healthy.
When May 03, 2021 08:00 AM to
May 05, 2021 05:00 PM
Where Oslo
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Baltic-Nordic Acoustics Meeting 2021

BNAM 2021, Oslo, Norway

Oslo

BNAM is the biennial Baltic-Nordic Acoustics Meeting (BNAM), organized by one of the national member societies of the Nordic Acoustics Association (NAA) on behalf of the NAA. The next conference will take place in Oslo, Norway in 2021.

The conference program consists of keynote lectures, invited and contributed papers in structured parallel sessions, and exhibition. http://www.bnam2021.org/

Technical committee

 Lars Ødemark (NAS), Alain Bradette (NAS), Anders Løvstad (NAS), Birgit Rasmussen (DAS), Anna Josefine Munch Sørensen (DAS), Abigail Anne Kressner (DAS), Hans Bodén (SAS), Juan Parra (SAS), Krister Larsson (SAS), Ólafur Hjálmarsson (IAS), Henrik Möller (ASF), Panu Maijala (ASF), Folli Santala (ASF)

Contact: LOD@cowi.com

Keynote lectures

 Eckhard Kahle                   "Concert Halls and Opera Houses: how to make them sound. The use of parametric design tools in room acoustics."

 Peter Svensson                 "Possibilities and limitations for computerized prediction in room acoustics."

 Irene van Kamp                 "Health effects of Environmental Noise; evidence since the WHO reviews."

 Bart Ingelaere                   "The BIM-technology: new challenges and opportunities for Acoustics to obtain buildings with acoustic better performances."

 Dorte Hammershøi             "Better hearing rehabilitation for adult first‐time users (the BEAR project). "

Organized sessions

  • Digitalization
  • Psychoacoustics and perception
  • Calculation methods and techniques
  • Room acoustics
  • Vibration and structure borne noise
  • Environmental noise
  • Musical acoustics
  • Building acoustics

 


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