CAA2002 conference announcement and call for papers ("G. Robert Arrabito" )

Subject: CAA2002 conference announcement and call for papers
From:    "G. Robert Arrabito"  <Robert.Arrabito(at)DRDC-RDDC.GC.CA>
Date:    Sat, 18 May 2002 16:11:38 -0400

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers ANNUAL MEETING: CANADIAN ACOUSTICAL ASSOCIATION Oct. 9-11, 2002, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Conference theme: Acoustics - Bridge to the Future emphasizing acoustical links within and between disciplines Call for abstracts: all areas of acoustics individual papers, posters and organized symposia welcome Deadline for submissions: May 31 Program: plenary lectures, technical sessions, posters, exhibit, pre-conference workshops, "Island" hospitality Abstracts/summaries published in quarterly journal: Canadian Acoustics Preliminary estimates of conference fees are: early registration: $225-$250 (approx.) for members, $55 more for non-members, and $50 more for late registration. The conference fee will include three lunches, one dinner, one banquet, coffee breaks, and some other aspects pertaining to the meeting. Further information and on-line submissions: (English and French) or Contact Technical Program Co-ordinators: Annabel J. Cohen acohen(at) Dept. of Psychology University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown PEI CANADA C1A 4P3 (902) 628-4325 or 628-4331 FAX (902) 628-4359 David Stredulinsky dave.stredulinsky(at) Defence R&D Canada - Atlantic 9 Grove St. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia CANADA B2Y 3Z7 (902) 426-3100 x352 FAX: (902) 426-9654 Note: Meeting precedes Canada Thanksgiving & US Columbus Day weekend PEI is a unique tourist destination: -- Robert Arrabito Defence R&D Canada - Toronto (formerly DCIEM) 1133 Sheppard Avenue West P.O. Box 2000 Toronto, Ontario M3M 3B9 Canada phone: (416) 635-2033; CSN: 634-2033 fax: (416) 635-2013 e-mail: Robert.Arrabito(at) Note: As of April 1, 2002, DCIEM's name has changed to Defence R&D Canada - Toronto. The official short form is DRDC Toronto.

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