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					                                                               EAA EUROREGIO 2010, LJUBLJANA, SLOVEN
                                                               FINAL PROGRAM FOR ORAL and POSTER PR



Plenaries                          Chairman
   187      Jean-Louis GUYADER     Jean Kergormard             Plenary
   253      Len Gelman             Mirko Ţudina                Plenary
   125      Klaus Genuit           Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp   Plenary
   183      Jens Holger Rindel     Michael Vorlaender          Plenary

Paper No. Session No.                     first author         Co-authors
   S1       Chairs: Bert de Coensel, Luigi Maffei
  258       S1-1                   Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp
  142       S1-2                   Bert De Coensel             Annelies Bockstael, Luc Dekoninck, Dick Botteldooren, Brigitte Schul
  073       S1-3                   Gary W. Siebein             Adam Bettcher, Sang Bum Park, Sang Bon Shin, Lucky Tsaih, Keely
  196       S1-4                   YiYing HAO                  Caroline CANCE, Jian KANG
  135       S1-5                   Ming YANG                   Jian KANG
  106       S1-6                   Julien Tardieu              Patrick Susini, Franck Poisson, Hiroshi Kawakami, Stephen McAdam
  015       S1-7                   Mia Suhanek                 Kristian Jambrońiš, Ivan Đurek
            Chairs: Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp, Jian Kang
  251       S1-8                   Guillaume Defrance          Jian Kang
  192       S1-9                   Francesca La Malva          Arianna Astolfi
  076       S1-10                  Damiano OLDONI              Bert DE COENSEL, Michael RADEMAKER, Timothy VAN RENTERG
  037       S1-11                  Jian Kang                   Yuliya SMYRNOVA, Paul RICHMOND, Steve MADDOCK
   S2       Chairs: Malte Kob and Wilfried Kausel
  144       S2-1                   Dorte Hammershøi            Rodrigo Ordoñez, Karen Reuter
  052       S2-2                   Wilfried KAUSEL
  090       S2-3                   Agos-Esparza, A.            Macho-Stadler, E., Elejalde-García, M.J.
  002       S2-4                   Ewa Skrodzka                Antoni Krupa, Bogumił B.J. Linde and Eike Rosenfeld
  215       S2-5                   Ingrid Bendl                Sandra Carral, Wilfried Kausel
  260       S2-6                   Yuezhe ZHAO                 Shuoxian WU, Nan LI, Hong HUANG, Liling WU
   S3       Chairs: Sven Lentzen, Stefan Schoenwald, Berndt Zeitler
  048       S3-1                   Sven Lentzen                Susanne Bron-van der Jagt, Eddy Gerretsen
  086       S3-2                   Matthias Lievens            Michael Vorlaender
  266       S3-3                   Christoph Hoeller           Matthias Lievens, Michael Vorlaender
  201       S3-4                   Stefan Schoenwald           Berndt Zeitler, Trevor R. T. Nightingale
  122       S3-5                   David OLDHAM                Chris EGAN, Montaña JIMÉNEZ-ESPADA
   S4       Chairs: Eugeniusz Kozaczka, Grazyna Grelowska
  163       S4-1                   Timothy G. Leighton         Daniel C. Finfer, Paul R. White, Gim-Hwa Chua, Justin K. Dix
  121       S4-2                   Giuseppina Larosa           Miguel ARDID, Manuel BOU-CABO, Francisco CAMARENA, Víctor E
  072       S4-3                   Krystian Buszman            Ignacy Gloza
  068       S4-4                   Wojciech SZYMCZAK
  254       S4-5                   Grazyna Grelowska           Eugeniusz Kozaczka, Slawomir Kozaczka
  189       S4-6                   V. N. Golubev               V. N. Lobanov, G. A. Sharonov
   S5       Chairs: Andreas Hüppe, Steffen Marburg
  136       S5-1                   Helmut SCHAFFER      Ernst PUCHER
  089       S5-2                   A. Hüppe             M. Kaltenbacher
  188       S5-3                   Martin WIKLUND       Bruno VANHERBERGHEN, Athanasia CHRISTAKOU, Ida IRANMAN
  186       S5-4                   Volkan Susuzer       Mehmet CALISKAN, Ilker YILMAZ and Polat SENDUR
  229       S5-5                   Petru DUMITRACHE
  170       S5-6                   Michael Stütz        Martin Ochmann, Michael Möser
  236       S5-7                                        Trevor J. COX
                                   Jonathan A. HARGREAVES
      Chairs: Haike Brick, Michael Stütz
205   S5-8                Steffen MARBURG        Stefanie FUSS
245   S5-9                Martin Ochmann         Ralf Burgschweiger, Christian Steuck
143   S5-10               Markus Müller-Trapet   Pascal Dietrich, Michael van der Giet, Julian Blum, Michael Vorlände
195   S5-11               Antoine LAVIE          Alexandre LEBLANC
263   S5-12               Martin Furlan          Miha Bolteņar
188   S5-3                Martin WIKLUND         Bruno VANHERBERGHEN, Athanasia CHRISTAKOU, Ida IRANMAN
      Chairs: Silviu Nastac, Antonio Petošić
226   S5-13               Adrian Leopa
230   S5-14               Silviu NASTAC
193   S5-15                                     Ioan
                          Mariana Domnica STANCIU CURTU, Janos TIMAR, Calin ROSCA
147   S5-16               Nicolae-Doru STANESCU Sebastian PARLAC

S6    Chairs: Etienne Parizet, Maria Fellner
126   S6-1                Etienne Parizet        Mael Amari, Vincent Roussarie
218   S6-2                Maria Fellner          Harald RAINER, Gerhard NEUBAUER, Michaela DVORZAK, Matthia
017   S6-3                Gennadi Zaslavski
S7    Chairs: Adriano Alippi, Enrique Riera
265   S7-1                Ewald BENES            Stefan RADEL, Branka DEVCIC, Helmut NOWOTNY, Martin GRÖSC
172   S7-2                Stefan Radel           Markus Brandstetter, Cosima Koch and Bernhard Lendl
043   S7-3                Georg Kaniak           Herbert Schweinzer
044   S7-4                Georg Kaniak           Jeronimo Mitaroff, Herbert Schweinzer
007   S7-5                Dmytro LIBOV
209   S7-6                Naïm SAMET             Pierre MARECHAL, Hugues DUFLO
145   S7-7                Antonio Petońiš        Bojan Ivanţeviš, Dragoljub Svilar and Tihomir Ńtimac
      Chairs: Stefan Radel, Ewald Benes
200   S7-8                Krzysztof Herman       Lukasz Stano
190   S7-9                Friedrich Ueberle      Abtin Jamshidi-Rad
117   S7-10               Antonio Petońiš        Marko Budimir, Bojan Ivanţeviš
056   S7-11               Bożena LAMEK           Christian RICHTER, Markus ARNOLD, Frank SCHUBERT, Gerald G
137   S7-12               Viktor JEMEC           Janez GRUM
      Chairs: Ewald Benes, Stefan Radel
171   S7-13               Martyn Hill            Peter GLYNNE-JONES, Rosemary J BOLTRYK, Nicholas R HARRIS
220   S7-14               Cosima KOCH            Pietro PALMESI, Markus BRANDSTETTER, Stefan RADEL, Martin G
127   S7-15               Icíar GONZÁLEZ         L. J. FERNÁNDEZ, T. GÓMEZ, J. BERGANZO, A. MARTIN, M. BOU
S8    Chairs: Jean-Louis Guyader, Dorte Hammershøi
111   S8-1                Ousseynou CISSÉ        Morvan OUISSE, Manuel COLLET and Emmanuel FOLTÊTE
210   S8-2                Jurij Prezelj          Mirko Cudina
139   S8-3                Timo Lohmann           Karl Bendel, Frank Aberle
268   S8-4                Björn A.T. PETERSSON
088   S8-5                Roman TSCHAKERT        Björn PETERSSON
232   S8-6                Mihaela PICU           Silviu NASTAC
233   S8-7                Aurora POTIRNICHE      Silviu NASTAC
S9    Chairs: Len Gelman, Stanisław Radkowski
138   S9-1                Tomaņ Kek              Janez Grum
094   S9-2                Jędrzej Mączak
104   S9-3                Stanisław RADKOWSKI
S10   Chairs: Jurij Prezelj, Miomir Mijic
149   S10-1               Jiří Tůma              Jiří Ńimek, Jaromír Ńkuta, Jaroslav Los, Jaromír Zavadil
001   S10-2               Umberto Berardi
247   S10-3               Wojciech LAPKA
S11   Chairs: Dirk Schroeder, Tapio Lokki
255   S11-1               Frank WEFERS           Michael VORLÄNDER
167   S11-2                 Sönke Pelzer             Marc Aretz, Michael Vorländer
182   S11-3                 Filipa Gonçalves         Diogo Alarcão, J. L. Bento Coelho
199   S11-4                 Diogo Alarcão            D. Santos, J.L. Bento Coelho
256   S11-5                 Franz Zotter             Matthias Frank, Alois Sontacchi
219   S11-6                 Michael Stadtschnitzer   Maria Fellner, Mark Telsnig, Georg Koller, Matthias Kropf
      Chairs: Tapio Lokki, Dirk Schroeder
134   S11-7                 Bruno Masiero            William Fonseca, Markus Müller-Trapet, Pascal Dietrich
124   S11-8                 Marjan SIKORA            Ivo MATELJAN, Nikola BOGUNOVIŠ
S12   Chairs: Kristijan Jambrošić, Bojan Ivančević
033   S12-1                 Ivo Mateljan             Ivor Males
006   S12-2                 Ivan Djurek              Antonio Petosic, Danijel Djurek
057   S12-3                 Silvio MONTRESOR         Bruno GAZENGEL
157   S12-4                 Franz GRAF               Michael STADTSCHNITZER, Harald RAINER, Peter DOLLFUSZ, Ma
095   S12-5                 P. MAŁECKI               M. PLUTA, M. PLEWA
S13   Chairs: Bojan Ivančević, Tino Bucak
132   S13-1                 Weifang Xiao               Martin Buchschmid, Johannes Kreutz, Gerhard Müller
024   S13-2                                            Eduardo BAUZER MEDEIROS
                            Carla Julio da Silveira BRIZON
081   S13-3                 Eugeny A. KOMLIK           Andrey V. VASILYEV
038   S13-4                 Zoran JOVANOVIŠ            Zlatomir ŅIVANOVIŠ, Ņeljko ŃAKOTA, Zoran MASONIŢIŠ
S14   Chairs: Birgit Rasmussen, Patricio Fausti
018   S14-1                 Stefan Schoenwald     Berndt Zeitler, Trevor R. T. Nightingale
216   S14-2                 Birgit RASMUSSEN
060   S14-3                 Dejan ŠIRIŠ           Borislav B. BUDISAVLJEVIŠ, Aleksandar MILENKOVIŠ, Danica BO
246   S14-4                 Enrique Nava          J.I. Ramos
150   S14-5                 Elisa Nannipieri      Simone Secchi
208   S14-6                                       Antonino DI BELLA, Paolo RUGGERI, Nicola GRANZOTTO
                            Chiara Martina PONTAROLLO
177   S14-7                 Leonardo Luison       Antonino Di Bella, Fabio Loriggiola
      Chairs: Antonio Di Bella, Mihael Ramšak
198   S14-8                 Chiara Scrosati          Fabio Scamoni
061   S14-9                 Anders Sjöström          Delphine Baard, Kent Persson, Göran Sandberg
222   S14-10                Mihael Ramńak
211   S14-11                Jurij Prezelj            Mirko Ţudina
243   S14-12                Aljońa Flander
109   S14-13                Elvira Viveiros          Gianni CORNACCHIA, J.L. BENTO COELHO, Miguel M. NEVES
      Chairs: Selma Kurra, Mihael Ramsak
248   S14-14                Selma Kurra
085   S14-15                M. CANIATO               J. KASPAR, R. DI MONTE, O. SBAIZERO
011   S14-16                Kestutis MISKINIS
S15   Chairs: Luigi Maffei, Hrvoje Domitrovic
083   S15-1                Luigi MAFFEI           Andrey V. VASILYEV
003   S15-2                Ewa Skrodzka           Bartosz Czechyra, Franciszek Tomaszewski
071   S15-3                Dominik Zoriš          Dunja Porupski, Hrvoje Domitroviš
S16   Chairs: Hrvoje Domitrovic, Dick Bergmans
077   S16-1                Jie TIAN               Hua OUYANG, You LI, Zhaohui DU, Zhiming ZHENG
010   S16-2                Gulin A. BIRLIK        Ufuk DAL
181   S16-3                Marko Horvat           Hrvoje Domitroviš, Kristian Jambrońiš
141   S16-4                Jan Ţernetiţ           Mirko Ţudina
039   S16-5                Blaņ Benedik           Andrej Biţek, Janez Rihtarńiţ, Joņica Rejec, Mirko Ţudina, Joņef Duh
120   S16-6                Reinhard Wehr          Manfred Haider, Marco Conter, Sara Gasparoni, Simon Breuss
065   S16-7                Pieter Thomas          Laurent Dragonetti, Timothy Van Renterghem, Dick Botteldooren
      Chairs: Judith Kokavecz, Gulin Birlik
063   S16-8                Antonio J. Torija      Diego P. Ruiz, Ángel Ramos-Ridao
067   S16-9                Antonio J. Torija      Diego P. Ruiz, Ángel Ramos-Ridao
164   S16-10               F.Perea Pérez          S.Basturk, M.Masullo, R.Hernandez
019   S16-11               Montaña Jiménez-Espada David Oldham
059   S16-12                 Roman Trojanowski      Jerzy Wiciak
097   S16-13                 Adam Pilch             Jaroslaw Rubacha, Tadeusz Kamisinski
      Chairs: Maria Fellner, Marko Horvat
146   S16-14                 Judith Kokavecz        Michael Möser
041   S16-15                 Ferdinand DEŅELAK      Marjan KNEZ, Elvin BEŃIREVIŢ
158   S16-16                 Viviane Acloque        Michael Piwonski, Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp
169   S16-17                 Ulrich Ackermann
267   S16-18                 Vasile BACRIA          Nicolae HERIŞANU
153   S16-19                                        Manuel
                             Alfonso RODRIGUEZ-MOLARES A. SOBREIRA-SEOANE
      Chairs: Antonio Perez Lopez, Salvator Santiago
155   S16-20                 Gianni AMADASI         Simone GEROSO
156   S16-21                 Simone GEROSO          Gianni AMADASI, Umberto MUSSO
051   S16-22                 Janez RIHTARŃIŢ        Andrej BIŢEK, Igor MARKIŢ, Blaņ BENEDIK, Gańper BENEDIK, Joņ
223   S16-23                 Aleń BELŃAK            Jurij PREZELJ
S17   Chairs: Stanisław Radkowski, Jedrzej MACZAK
031   S17-1                Dick BERGMANS          Henk VEERBEEK
206   S17-2                Ronny Klaeboe
030   S17-3                UMBERTO PALMIERI       GIUSEPPE CIABURRO, IGNACIO E. ROGGIO
159   S17-4                Ernesto Accolti        Luigi Maffei, Federico Miyara
023   S17-5                Elena ASCARI           Luca TETI, Mauro CERCHIAI and Gaetano LICITRA
012   S17-6                Marcin JASIŃSKI
180   S17-7                Francesco Ruotolo      Tina Iachini, Luigi Maffei, Seckin Basturk, Maria Di Gabriele
      Chairs: Ronny Klaboe, Ferdinand Deželak
105   S17-8                Stanisław RADKOWSKI    Robert GUMIŃSKI
020   S17-9                Mara NOLLI             Maria Angela VIGOTTI, Marina BONFANTI, Gaetano LICITRA
050   S17-10               Andrej BIŢEK           Janez RIHTARŃIŢ, Igor MARKIŢ, Joņica REJEC, Jurij PREZELJ, Mi
087   S17-11               Irene Schlachter       Tommaso Meloni, Elisabeth Lauper, Stephanie Moser
173   S17-12               Jurica Ivońeviš        Ivan Mihalinţiš, Tino Bucak
S18   Chairs: Wolfgang Probst, Andrey Vasilyev
093   S18-1                Pavel Duńek            Libor Ládyń
128   S18-2                Radek Kropelnicky      Libor Ladys, Ales Matousek
075   S18-3                Maria Di Gabriele      Luigi Maffei, Francesco Aletta
      Chairs: Andrey Vasilyev, Wolfgang Probst
042   S18-4                Ivan Bubliš            Ivan Tudor, Draņan Skelin
082   S18-5                Andrey V. VASILYEV
022   S18-6                Wolfgang PROBST        Bernd HUBER
160   S18-7                Hongseok Yang          Minsung Choi, Jian Kang
238   S18-8                Hardy Stapelfeldt      Angela Czerwinski, Chris Hoar
174   S18-9                Miguel AUSEJO          Manuel RECUERO, César ASENSIO, Ignacio PAVÓN
S19   Chairs: Tim Leighton, Dejan Ćirić
005   S19-1                Michal Pyla            Stefan Weyna
166   S19-2                Daniel P. ELFORD       Luke CHALMERS, Gerry M. SWALLOWE, Feodor V. KUSMARTSEV
165   S19-3                Nick HERINGTON         Daniel P. ELFORD, Gerry M. SWALLOWE, Luke CHALMERS, Robe
116   S19-4                Makram Zebian          Johannes Hensel, Thomas Fedtke
261   S19-5                Giorgio Sacchi         Domenico Stanzial
074   S19-6                Andreas Dantele        Johannes Korak, Helmut Wernick, Christoph Feyrer
      Chairs: Jožica Rejec, Antonio Perez Lopez
045   S19-7                Peter Kiţák
021   S19-8                                     Christophe BACON
                           Mohamed Elarif ABDEREMANE
162   S19-9                Timothy G. LEIGHTON Andi PETCULESCU
203   S19-10               Lothar Nannen        Werner Koch, Stefan Hein
237   S19-11               A. GUILLOU           L. PITRE, F. SPARASCI, D. TRUONG
029   S19-12               V.V. GUDKOV          I.V. ZHEVSTOVSKIKH
S20   Chairs: Michael Vorländer, Dragana Šumarac Pavlović
250   S20-1              Konca SAHER             Lau NIJS
242   S20-2              Jan DOLEJŃÍ             Jana DOLEJŃÍ , Ladislav Pouzar, Monika RYCHTARIKOVÁ
      Chairs: Michael Vorländer, Dragana Šumarac Pavlović
078   S20-3              Miomir Mijiš            Dragana Ńumarac Pavloviš
103   S20-4              Evert Ph.J. de Ruiter
151   S20-5              Adam J. Hill            Malcolm O.J. Hawksford
217   S20-6              Andrea SEREINIG         Markus KUENSTNER, Maria Fellner, Franz GRAF, Harald RAINER,
064   S20-7              Pawel Malecki           Jerzy Wiciak
025   S20-8              David Pelegrin-Garcia   Jonas Brunskog
053   S20-9              Sinińa FAJT             Miljenko KRHEN, Kristian JAMBROŃIŠ
      Chairs: Miomir Mijic, Chiara Martina Pontarollo
062   S20-10             Janko VODOPIJA          Sinińa FAJT, Miljenko KRHEN
115   S20-11             Branko Stojiš           Dejan Širiš, Miloń Markoviš
110   S20-12             Natalia V. Shirgina     Andrey V. Shanin
252   S20-13             Seçkin Baştürk          Roberta Carafa, Luigi Maffei
112   S20-14             Miloń Markoviš          Dejan Širiš, Branko Stojiš
123   S20-15             Dejan ŠIRIŠ             ĐorŤe STEVANOVIŠ, Aleksandar PANTIŠ
      Chairs: Yuezhe ZHAO, Shuoxian WU
079   S20-16                                    Miomir Mijiš
                         Dragana Sumarac Pavloviš
102   S20-17             Jaroslaw Rubacha       Agata Polaczek, Tadeusz Kamisinski
179   S20-18             Gino IANNACE           Elvira IANNIELLO
259   S20-19             Shuoxian WU            Yuezhe ZHAO, Haitao SUN
176   S20-20             Martin Pollow
221   S20-21             Elena Shabalina
S21   Chairs: Jian Kang, Friedrich Ueberle
046   S21-1              Paolo Ruggeri           Nicola Granzotto, Leonardo Luison, Chiara Martina Pontarollo
262   S21-2              Yuliya SMYRNOVA         Jian KANG , Chris CHEAL , Emiel TIJS and Hans-Elias de BREE
108   S21-3              Marcin Zastawnik        Tadeusz Kamisiński
184   S21-4              Gino IANNACE            German MIRETTI, Marcos ANGULO REPEZZA
264   S21-5              Martin Furlan           Miha Bolteņar, Elmar Schröder and Erich Liedel
204   S21-6              Denis Blanchet          Arnaud Caillet
168   S21-7              Umberto BERARDI         Nicola BONASIA, Michele D‟ALBA, Francesco MARTELLOTTA
S22   Chairs: Jiří TŮMA, Ondrej Jiricek
080   S22-1              Michael Stadtschnitzer Harald RAINER, Franz GRAF, Maria FELLNER
096   S22-2              Adam Pilch             Tadeusz Kamisinski
191   S22-3              Nicola Granzotto       Paolo Ruggeri
069   S22-4              Xavier Valero Gonzalez Francesc Alías Pujol
152   S22-5              MARÍA AMPARO MACIÁ FERNÁNDEZ Peral Orts
                                                M. Masullo, R.
133   S22-6              Matthias Weber         Thammo Lohrenscheit, Delf Sachau
      Chairs: Ondrej Jiricek, Jiří TŮMA
239   S22-7                                  Franz GRAF, Harald RAINER and Moritz FIŃER
                         Bernhard RETTENBACHER
207   S22-8              Moritz Fińer        Bernhard Rettenbacher
234   S22-9              Harald Rainer       Franz Graf, Bernhard Rettenbacher, Michael Stadtschnitzer, Herwig Z
131   S22-10             Ondrej Jiricek      Adam Koutny, Petr Svec
S23   Chairs: G. Mario Mattia, Ivo Mateljan
119   S23-1              Marzena Mięsikowska     Leszek Radziszewski, Stanisław Bień, Sławomir Okła
036   S23-2              Branislav Gerazov       Zoran Ivanovski
070   S23-3              Pasquale Bottalico
197   S23-4              G. Mario MATTIA




                                                 FINAL PROGRAM FOR POSTER PRESENTATI
                                                     Thursday, 16 September 2010, from 14:00 to 17:00
Paper No. Session No.          first author        Co-authors
  026     S3-7          Marta FUENTE               Peru ELGUEZABAL, M.José de ROZAS
  028     S3-8          Felix F. GORBATSEVICH
  212     S8-8          Ivan POLAJNAR              Mirko ŢUDINA, Jurij PREZELJ
  161     S8-9          Gheorghe OPROESCU Diana ANGHELACHE
  194     S8-10         TERCIU Ovidiu Mihai        CURTU Ioan, STANCIU Mariana Domnica, LUCA MOTOC Dana, RO
  231     S8-11         Cristina OPRIŢESCU         Amalia ŢÎRDEA,Mihai Ilie TOADER
  066     S10-4         Abhay RAJMANE              Roman TSCHAKERT, B.A.T. PETERSSON, Dhanesh MANIK
  092     S10-5         Wojciech BOŻEJKO           Andrzej DOBRUCKI, Maciej WALCZYŃSKI
  257     S11-9         Dirk SCHRÖDER              Frank WEFERS, Sönke PELZER and Michael VORLÄNDER
  058     S12-6         Rafał Siczek
  227     S13-5         Gigel CAPATANA             Carmen DEBELEAC
  228     S13-6         Carmen DEBELEAC
  047     S14-18        Nicola Granzotto           Antonino Di Bella, Chiara Martina Pontarollo, Paolo Ruggeri, Leonard
  084     S14-19        M. CANIATO                 F. BETTARELLO, V. BACCAN
  185     S14-20        Marianna MIROWSKA
  224     S14-21                                   Eduardo BAUZER MEDEIROS
                        Carla Julio da Silveira BRIZON
  178     S14-22        Leonardo LUISON            Antonino DI BELLA, Fabio LORIGGIOLA
  085     S14-15        M. CANIATO                 J. KASPAR, R. DI MONTE, O. SBAIZERO

                                                  FINAL PROGRAM FOR POSTER PRESENTATI
                                                       Friday, 17 September 2010, from 14:00 to 17:00

  130    S16-23         Nikola VLAHOVIŠ       Ferdinand DEŽELAK, Jurij PREZELJ, Mirko ČUDINA
  269    S16-24         Nikola VLAHOVIŠ       Ferdinand DEŽELAK, Mirko ČUDINA
  014    S16-25         Viorel SERBAN         Adrian PANAIT, Marian ANDRONE, George Alexandru CIOCAN, Ma
  040    S16-26         Jernej JENKO
  016    S5-03          Andrew PEPLOW
  013    S17-13         Sonja Jeram
  129    S17-14         USPENSKAYA T.M.       BESPALOV M.S.
  249    S17-15                               J.
                        Katarina KACJAN ŅGAJNAROSREDKAR, M. BILBAN, M. ŢUDINA
  107    S17-16         Luca TETI             Elena ASCARI, Mauro CERCHIAI, Gaetano LICITRA
  173    S17-12         Jurica Ivońeviš       Ivan Mihalinţiš, Tino Bucak
  008    S17-18         Marjan BILBAN
  009    S17-19         Marjan BILBAN         Tatjana CRV
  175    S17-20         Vincenzo Paolo SENESE Francesco RUOTOLO, Gennaro RUGGIERO, Tina IACHINI
  113    S19-13         Adriano ALIPPI        Andrea BETTUCCI, Angelo BIAGIONI, Davide CONCLUSIO, Annun
  055    S20-22         Jaroslaw KRASZEWSKI
  098    S20-23         F. POLICARDI
  004    S21-8          S.A MIRJALILI         M. MOHAMMADSHAHI
  214    S21-9          Andre Verstappen
A EUROREGIO 2010, LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA, 15 - 18 SEPTEMBER 2010
AL PROGRAM FOR ORAL and POSTER PRESENTATION




                                             Sound radiation from structures on key problem in several Points (MESOP)
             Fast solving of vibro-acoustic problems by Minimisation of Erroris a Sample of Observation practical applications like buildings, cars
             Novel adaptive non-stationary signal processing for condition monitoring
                                             The creation of a Application
             The Need of Psychoacoustics in the Automotive high quality of vehicle interior noise has become a very vital task for acoustic engi
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                                             In frequency domain the acoustics

             Paper Title                     Paper Abstract

                                             Without knowledge of the determining factors “behind” the dose-response curves the decision proce
             Soundscape - The Different "Noise Control"
                                             Sound forms an integral part of the soundscapes
             Application of a model for auditory attention to the design of urban urban environment, and there is a growing awareness that it sho
                                             Case studies of urban,
             Architectural and acoustical elements of soundscapes suburban and natural environments are used to develop a catalog of sounds
             Auditory masking in soundscapes Auditory masking occurs when the perception of one sound interferes with the presence of another.
                                             Among various sounds in the environment, natural sounds, such as water sounds and birdsongs, ha
             Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Various Natural and Artificial Sounds in Soundscapes
                                             This paper presents a study : From Perceptual train stations, addressing
             Auditory Information In The Soundscapes Of Train Stations on soundscapes inAnalysis To Sound Designtwo issues : (1) travelers a
                                             The evaluation of
             The soundscape of urban public places in Zagreban acoustical situation in the city can be done assessing the quality of an urban so

                                             While in room urban environments
             Investigation of diffuseness of sound fields in acoustics the hypothesis of a diffuse sound field is often used, in urban acoustics esti
                                             Since the nineteenth century medical knowledge has influenced environmental policies
             The role of Public Health and Safety Regulations in Turin's urban development: soundscape approach and urban form and city plan
                                             In the context of human-like auditory processing model
             Computational soundscape analysis based on acomputational soundscape analysis, few attempts have been made to imitate the h
                                             In with Interactive Visual visual animation tools have been
             Integration of Acoustic Simulationrecent years interactiveAnimation of Urban Environment extensively used in architectural design

                                             The players
             The potential risk of personal stereotechnological development within personal stereo systems, such as MP3 players, e. g. iPods, h
                                             Computer
             Optimisation of wind instruments revisitedoptimization of brass wind instruments has attracted attention during the last years. Neve
                                             The Sound a wooden by Txistus and the Basque Country. Because it is small and has only three l
             Influence of the Jet Pressure on thetxistu is Generatedfipple flute from Silbotes
                                             The main aim of of work was to compare mode shapes measured
             Reciprocity of Modal and Optical Measurementsthe Two Violin‟s Back Plates in Modal Frequencies using an experimental modal an
                                             This the audiophonatorical feedback general spoken consensus among singers that singing is main
             Acoustical exploration on the role of study aims to proof or disproof a in professional female classical singing
                                             Jinghu Bowed Stringed Chinese stringed instruments
             Sound Intensity Radiated by Jinghu-A is one of the main bowed Musical Instrument used in Beijing Opera performance. While its

                                             The objective of models of lightweight junctions
             Sound-insulation and walking-induced vibration the discussed research project is to generate engineering models to predict the sou
                                             Structure-borne sound sources source with a linear system approach: and the and limitations
             Characterising a washing machine as a structure-borne sound are generally treated as linear sources accuracyavailable mobility the
                                             A structure-borne sound source using a scale model active properties (blocked force/free
             Characterization of structure-borne sound sources: Case study can be described by machine with multiple contact points velocity) a
                                             In a recent index due to reduction of average area in velocity measurments
             Error in predicted flanking sound reductionresearch project equations for the prediction of flanking sound transmission through light
                                             Efficient broad band sound absorbers are frequently
             The Development of a Broad Band Sound Absorber using Materials from the Biomass very complex systems. For example, those

             Wake penetrating sonar          This paper describes a sonar which can operate in bubbly water. It is here deployed to penetrate the
                                             acoustic positioning consists a very large optical sensors which are able
             An innovative prototype for the A neutrino telescopesystem ofof an array ofdeep sea neutrino telescope to detect Cherenkov ligh
                                             The subject of carried out in the shallow water
             Investigations of low frequencies acoustic waves sourcesinvestigations is creating an algorithm to analyze and interpretation record
                                             The aim of the paper is to describe the investigation results of the sub-bottom sounding by the mean
             Processing of the parametric sub-bottom profiler sounding data
                                             Geologic and bathymetric maps help of Different Acoustical Methods
             Specific Features of Sea Bottom Characteristics Obtained by Means us understand the evolutionary history of the coast and the pro
             Observation of the lateral waveWeapresent the results of experimental studies of the spatio-temporal structure of low-frequency pul
                                              in deep ocean

                                              airborne sound transmission loss passengers has become vehicles
             Investigation and simulation of The reduction of noise exposed toof door systems at railway very important in recent years. In the sc
                                              Using linear finite elements for computational acoustics requires a high number of elements per wav
             Spectral Finite Elements for Computational Acoustics
                                              We investigate ultrasound-actuated micro-systems
             Acoustic micro-cages for three-dimensional positioning and aggregation of cells for 3D manipulation of cells and other bioparticle
                                               engine intake system and quarter wave tube for engine intake system harshness characteristics of
             Coupled acoustical modeling ofThis paper presents a study which aims to improve noise, vibration andnoise attenuation
                                              The article presents some aspects of the analysis oscillatory phenomena occurring Shock Loading
             About the Analysis of Post-Impact Oscillator Phenomena which are Produced in Protective Structures Subjected toafter applying a
                                              In boundary element method using the CHIEF-Method
             Improving stability of the transientthe Frequency Domain BEM (FD-BEM) internal resonances of the structure may corrupt the solut
                                              The Boundary Element Method (BEM) can models
             Coupling of a time domain boundary element method to compliant surface be used to predict the scattering of sound in rooms. It red
                                                     This paper presents a formulation that
                      Modes in external acoustics with application to a recorder resonator is based on the so--called conjugated infinite Astley--Leis ele
                                                     The Fast Multipole Method (FMM) makes Multipole to solve
                      Numerical experiments for testing the convergence of the acoustical Fastit possible Method large acoustical boundary value proble
                                                     In    design process of electrical machines, the manufacturer would like to apply simulation method
                      Simulated Transfer Functions for the Auralization of Electrical Machines
                                                     The acoustic exterior Neumann Solution for all Wavenumbers numerical process Radiation
                      Numerical Investigations of a Helmholtz Equations with Unique problem is solved using a new applied to Acoustic based upon the b
                                                     This work Machines
                      On modeling Magnetic Noise of Electricaldescribes a modeling of magnetic noise in electrical machines known also as a three-time
                                                     We investigate ultrasound-actuated micro-systems
                      Acoustic micro-cages for three-dimensional positioning and aggregation of cells for 3D manipulation of cells and other bioparticle

                                                      of reduce the harm caused by technological Systems vibration with impulsive Mechanical System
                      Study Regard on the Influence ToNonlinear Elastic Character of Viscoelasticequipmenton Dynamic Response ofaction, on the envir
                                                      This paper presents the way of identification and evaluation of some operational methods to improv
                      Advances in Computational Dynamics of Passive Vibration Isolation Devices
                                                      Recent studies performed in the European for Reduction that Traffic Noise
                      Research Regarding the Acoustic Properties of Composite Materials UsedUnion revealedof theabout 120 million people in the EU (
                                                      It is well known that the vibrations of the automobiles are a very important source of noise and disco
                      Non-linear Oscillations of the Automobiles



                                                        In vibration to comfort in a driving car
                      Contribution of noise and vertical a driving car, passengers are submitted to complex sound and vibration stimuli. These stimuli are
                                                        Casino its features – A tool for Machines”) are used throughout the world. Slot machines have bee
                      Predicting the attractivity of a sound byGaming Machines (“Slotsound design in casino game industry
                                                        Theoretical time resolution different frequencies by a Black Sea bottlenose dolphin
                      Discrimination of temporal order of two tone pulses havingof a bottlenose dolphin echolocation click is as high as 15 -20 μs. Given

                                                     In all industry processesan appropriate
                                                       For the and time, of fluids
zoelectric resonators for the online measurement of mass densityfirst viscositywhere liquids are an intermediate or end product, there is a demand for onl
                                                      analytical sensor Resonant function
                                                      Key words: response sensors,
                      Ultrasonic radiation forces used to spatially manipulate yeast cells for infrared spectroscopy purposes
                                                       ultrasound, piezoelectric sensors,
                      An Overview on Ultrasonic Object Localization in Air
                                                       Activities of our group are directed to high precision ultrasonic distance measurement in air using br
                      Combining Two Independent Methods for Ultrasonic Echo Direction Estimation
                                                       The axismetrical vibration characteristics of an elastic circular cylinder of finite length with stress-fre
                      Ultrasonic Vibrations of Finite Cylinders
                                                       Experimental studies on
                      Ultrasound monitoring of bubble motion in a fluid model composite materials highlighted the existence of gas bubbles at different sc
                                                       In this work ultrasound power by using calorimetric method and with three different types of sono
                      Measuring acoustic power of low-frequencythe acousticdevicesof ultrasound low-frequency deviceelectromechanical characterizatio

                                                    In this for bio-acoustic signal power amplifier for piezoceramic transducers is described. The presen
                      A portable ultrasound power amplifier paper an efficient high synthesis
                                                    The art kidney for the measurement of lithotripter fields
                      Optical Hydrophones – state-of-the firstsolution stone lithotripsy was successfully performed in February, 1980. The stones are crus
                                                    The electrical excitation level dependence Transducer at Different Electrical non-destructive
                      Electromechanical Properties of a Non-Destructive Evaluation Ultrasound of electromechanical behavior of aExcitation Levels evalu
                                                    Scanning acoustic microscopy on Multi-Channel Ultrasonic Transducers
                      Imaging Techniques for Scanning Acoustic Microscopy Based (SAM) is a well-known technique in materials testing with ultrasound.
                                                    The quality using Non Destructive Testing with emphasized are important for the
                      Determination failures of mechanical parts of railway system and its reliability of functioning on ultrasonic Testing users of railways.

                                                       Ultrasonic fields can be used to waves – manipulate micron-scale particles (such as biological cells)
                      Trapping, washing and concentration using ultrasonic standing trap and some example applications
                                                       In bioprocess technology there is bioprocess monitoring
                      Towards ultrasonic enhanced mid-IR fiber optic probes for in-linea need to monitor the concentration of molecules present in the fe
                                                       A in a plastic microchip
                      Ultrasonic separation of particles polymeric chip recently presented for ultrasonic separation and particle sorting in flowing suspens

                                                     In the field improve identification of modal analysis, the identification
                      On the use of reciprocity measurements toof structural experimental vibroacoustical reduced models of reduced models is classica
                                                     Information about vibrating modes is needed during
                      Visualization of vibrating modes with a microphone scanning in a Very Near Field the design of different noisy products. A visualiz
                                                     Transfer Path Analysis (TPA) is a well
                      Transfer Path Analysis of compact automotive ancillary assemblies established NVH troubleshooting tool to quantify partial contr
                                                      spatially varying structural properties
                      Vibroacoustics of systems with The implications of spatially varying structural properties are addressed for flexural vibrations of one
                                                     Extensive research has been directed towards the propagation of propagation in sound in stiffened
                      Stop and pass bands in cross-stiffened plates, a two-dimensional model of structure-borne soundstructure-borne stiffened plates
                                                     This work deal with numerical simulations of dynamic
                      Numerical Simulations of Human Protective Devices against Technological Vibration behavior of the protective devices for human p
                                                     The paper presents main results gained for computational
                      Non-Linear Computational Models for Dynamics of Neoprene Vibration Isolation Elementsbehavior analysis of vibration isolation ele

                                                     The paper
                      AE Method for Laser Cut Quality Control presents results of an analysis of acoustic emission (AE) measurement in laser cutting of
                                                     conditions on vibroacoustic a new method of generated by technical condition of prestressed con
                      The influence of environmental During the COST Action 534signal parameters evaluating thethe prestressed concrete structures
                                                      in proactive maintenance strategy
                      Use of vibroacoustic diagnosticA relevantly defined operational strategy has decisive influence from the point of view of the ability t

                                                      The paper of Journal Bearings
                      Experiments with Active Vibration Control deals with a working prototype of a system for the active vibration control of journal beari
                                                      Tuned vibration absorbers are really effective only at the tuned
                      Frequency Dependent Modelling of a Smart Polymer Device for Semi-Active Vibration Control frequency, acting as a notch filter for
                                                      This paper the Round Silencer with investigations of placing a helicoidal profile
                      The Effect of Placing a Helicoidal Profile inpresents a computational Varying Properties of an Absorptive Materialin a round silencer

                                                      Today, sophisticated real-time auralization systems exist that allow to enrich virtual reality scenes no
                      Interactive acoustic feedback into virtual acoustic scenes                            S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization
                                  Nowadays, structure variations geometrical acousticsS11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization
                                                                                            simulation room impulses algorithms
Investigation of the effects of temporal fine most state of the art on the reproducibility of simulatedtools use hybrid responses that co
                                  virtual room acoustics this paper consists on the development of an Spaces, Auralizationfor integrat
An auralization procedure for a The work presented in system                                S11-Acoustic auralization module
                                  Virtusound is a real and room acoustics simulation and auralization Spaces,for arbitrarily shaped roo
Virtusound – a real time room acoustics simulation time auralization system                 S11-Acoustic system Auralization
                                  Ambisonics VBAP                                           S10-Acoustic Spaces, that decodes
The Virtual T-Design Ambisonics-Rig Usingcan be regarded as a holophonic sound field rendering techniqueAuralization spherica
                                  Main
3D-Audio for casino game machines focus of the investigations was on 3D-audio for game machines using binaural synthesis and c
                                                                                            S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization

                                Beamforming techniques use microphone arrays to detect prominent sound sources, also providing
Auralization of Pass-by Beamforming Measurements                                        S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization
                                Comprehensive beam on beam tracing a simulation method that calculates refraction as well as ref
The effect of refraction as a non-linear transformation tracing method issimulation of sound propagation
                                                                                        S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization

                                 A two-port transmission matrix models for transducers, lumped and distributed analogous acoustica
An Extension to Transmission Matrix Models of Electro-Acoustical Systems
                                 The probability density function of rate of change
Comparison of audio devices using rate of change of dynamic signals plays a significant role in the reproduction quality. Reproduct
                                 The complete experimental determination Laser Anemometry Technique
Comparison of Estimators for Measures of Acoustic Velocity with Dopplerof an acoustic field needs to measure both acoustic press
                                 Reliable traffic surveillance is of upcoming interest to meet safety and security standards on roads a
Acoustic Detection of Wrong-Way Drivers using Microphone Arrays
                                 A microphone techniques
Interchannel correlation in stereo sound engineer needs to choose a proper microphone technique, considering many variables. Hig

                              The prediction of FSI-problems sound in vehicles or buildings and the related sound fields in the a
A SEA based FEM-BEM approach for acousticalstructure bornein the mid-frequency range
                              The acoustic quality
A method for obtaining sound quality in motor cars of motor cars has been analyzed under the light of Psychoacoustics, both the s
                              Vehicles noise is a serious of system “vehicle’s point road surface”
Development of program provision for calculation of noise problem as from the tires –of view of impact to environment as due to the
                              In this of Motor entirely in Use
A New Approach for Noise Reduction paper theVehicles new methodology for noise reduction of motor vehicles in use is presented.

                               One on impact sound building level measured with heavy impact sources
Influence of receive room propertiesimportant issue in pressureacoustics is the testing and rating of the impact sound isolation of flo
                               Sound insulation descriptors, regulatory requirements and classification schemes in Europe represe
Joint efforts to harmonize sound insulation descriptors and classification schemes in Europe (COST TU0901)
                               Sound insulation represents one of the most
Comparison of Sound Insulation Measurements Using Different Methods important features of the building construction element
                               Physical models and numerical methods for the study of the acoustic properties of hollow clay bricks
Acoustic Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Hollow Clay Bricks
                               Recent social and economic changes have inevitably
The evolution of acoustic and thermal comfort in existing Italian public housing stock impacted the construction sector, leading to th
Comparison between Manually A large number of field measurements have been performed in a residential building, consisting of s
                                Moving Microphone Technique and Standard Method in Field Measurements, Performed According
                               The performances of materials used for impact noise Impact Noise Level Attenuation
Influence of the Sample Preparation for Dynamic Stiffness tests on the Calculation ofinsulation can be estimated when dynamic stif

                               One Experience
Façade Sound Insulation: the Italianof the important elements for determining the sound quality of houses is the insulation against e
                               A investigation construction in a lightweight
Experimental Structural Acoustic common floorof a lightweight floor structurebuilding system is using chipboard plates attached to w
                               A case study is presented of the noise problem which study
Structure-borne sound reduction by floating floor in the low frequency range – a case can occur in the low frequency range, when a
                               Nine site measurements of the and Croatia participated
Interlaboratory comparison of the on laboratories from Slovenia airborne sound insulationin the interlaboratory comparison of the on
                               Poor intelligibility is usually the main
Examples of room acoustics improvement in various Gymnasiums reason for a decision to improve the acoustic properties of gym
                               The main objective of this study floors
Field measurements of impact sound insulation of heavyweight is to identify the degree of impact sound insulation offered by high-r

                               The EU Directive 49 urges countries transportation noise
Determination of noise control performances of buildings exposed toto prepare the strategic noise maps and the action plans for ar
                               Nowadays, efficient thermal insulation is a materials used under floating floors
Common layers and nano-structured layers: comparison between resilientprincipal requirement for buildings and, accordingly, huge
                                the Floating Floors with was to evaluate an influence of the rubber waste additives inserted in the
The Impact Sound Insulation ofThe goal of the research Sand/Cement Screed Made With and Without Rubber Waste Additives s

                               Built Environment in general is very wide definition including all environmental areas impacted by m
International Approaches to Teaching Acoustic Issues of Built Environment
                               Population of blind and visually impaired persons in Poland is estimated
Environmental sounds for spatial orientation and mobility training for blind and visually impaired personsto by over 200 000. Blind a
                               The course "Basics recording and processing”
Students’ experience in teaching: “Basics of sound of sound recording and processing" was initiated by two students who wanted to

                                 With the improvement of people‟s living standard and economy, split-type air conditioner, which incl
Aerodynamic Noise Identification and Prediction of split-type Air Conditioner
                                  in industrial plant, consisting of 11 buildings dispersed over an area of 37800 m2 and located at an
Assessment of Noise ExposureAn an Industrial Plant
                                 As a part of an extensive Synthesis Application on the Character hand-held power tools, a compute
The Influence of Initial Values of Parameters in a Sound research on sound quality evaluation of of Synthesized Sound of Hand-He
                                 Measurement of noise detection in centrifugal pump
Estimating uncertainty of measurements for cavitation and vibrationasignal in audible frequency range to detect cavitation in centrifu
                                 sound phenomena of attention has
Experimental method of blowerIn recent years, a lothowling detectionbeen given to reduce a sound level of household appliances w
                                 Evaluating the acoustic properties of noise reducing devices is an important prerequisite for
Influence of Loudspeaker Characteristics on Sound Insulation Measurements of Noise Barriers using the Adrienne method efficien
                                 Reverberation increases street canyon
Detailed analysis of the sound field in a scale model of asound levels in narrow street canyons and could also aversely influence pe

                                Sustainable development is an increasingly important goal for researchers as of the Sound makers.
Analysis of the Influence of Input Variables in a Prediction Model for the Temporal and Spectral Composition well as policy Pressure
                                From the standpoint of the physical description of soundscapes, factors related to spectral composit
A Methodology for Characterization of the Spectral Content in Urban Soundscapes
                                Virtual Reality applications, thanks to
A Tool for Environmental Auralization of Stationary Sound Sources the development of auralization techniques, can add importan
                                 of Hungarian reed for placing in a novel sustainable noise barrier
The acoustical characterizationThe use of noise barriers is surely the best option to reduce noise due to vehicles on the roads. Aco
                                 The subject of this work is analysis of Aluminium Plate With a by aluminum plate clamped on
Global and Local Structural Noise Reduction of a One Side Clamped acoustic field generated Pair of Piezoceramic Elements one s
Effect of a noise barrier’s surface structure on sound wave diffraction a significant effect on sound wave diffraction occurring on t
                                 Structure of surface of noise barrier has

                                 Noise using flaps mounted on sound along motor- and railways, not only in Germany but also in ma
Enhancement of the sound insulation barriers serve for noise control barriers
                                  Of Noise Exposure Assesment
Partial Noise Doses - A PointerA series of 12 dosimetric noise measurements and analysis for workers - mill operators exposed to
Evaluation of a public space – Validation of the psychoacoustic infrastructure based on people’s perception and involvement in the
                                 On the occasion of the redevelopment of the public place Nauener Platz in Berlin, an in-depth acous
                                  for scrap iron melting
noise control on oxygen lances Oxygen lances are used in electric arc furnaces for an additional scrap iron melting. The lance reduc
                                  in the urban of sustainable
Some acoustical arrangementsIn the contextenvironment development and environmental protection, a special issue is represen
                                 The inverse scenarios
The uncertainty of traffic noise in multi-lane relation of the uncertainty of the equivalent sound pressure level to the square root of th

                                Wind Turbine Generators diagnostic
Noise monitoring of wind turbine generators and vibrationWTG are considered “clean energy producers” with some possible compla
                                Many times we discussed the sound distribution energy of different sources used for many applicatio
                                                                         Many beamforming source visualization methods, which a
Characterizations of typical sources in the same half-reverberant location with different noisetechnique
                                High efficient vacuum cleaner units      diagnostics, exist. They vacuum cleaner units more sensit
Stall and surge phenomena in high efficient vacuum cleaner units are compared to less efficienthave been primarily developed, be
Analysing Noise Sources Produced by Gear Units with an Acoustic Camera   Many different noise source visualization methods, wh

                                Aircraft noise reduce aircraft noise      in limited frequency areas. A new visualization method of
Analyses of measurements to enforce and toin the Netherlands is restricted by calculations only. Advantages of using calculationsc
                                 relationships a need to compare responsesan acoustic camera is presented. A new algorithm is ap
                                                                          on obtained with of scale points
Comparing exposure-response There is oftenwith response scales having different numberordinal response scales featuring differen
                                Listening to music in noisy environments types of alarming habits noise sources; it is possible (PM
                                                                           brings USERS
BACKGROUND NOISE EFFECTS ON NOISE EXPOSURE LEVELS OF PMP todifferent complexof the personal music playersto o
                                The stimuli for assessment of valuation acoustical effectsnoise Also noise depend on the energy d
                                                                          of environmental on human being
Controlling temporal factors of auralperception and the human environmental noise phenomena. do not only refraction and scattering
                                European Noise Directive requires to draw up action plans is possible to track a moving noise sour
                                                                          acoustic
Low frequency modeling: analysis and comparison of standard national methods camera itto mitigate exposure: nowadays, most fre
                                The central issue is extract the relevant possible information the vibroacoustic signal of systems
Use of bispectral measures in the failure stage evolution development diagnosticto determine fromcondition of mechanical construc
                                A few studies have suggested that noise assessment
Subjective and objective psychological measures of environmentalpeople's acoustic comfort is not exclusively determined by physic

                                The article presents a Signal
Prognosis of Gear Fatigue Crack Using Vibroacousticproposal of estimating the remaining useful life while accounting for the possi
                                A study of feasibility by matched case-control analysis
Can acute myocardial infarction be partially inducedof along term exposure to noise? of 1466 cases of acute myocardial infarction
Acoustic optimization of        Significant share of vacuum cleaner
                                More than 1.2 - a model
Behavior change in noise-producing activities million people in Switzerland suffer from road traffic noise exceeding the threshold lim
                                In aviation; the                            Noise a great
Noise analysis of a twin piston engine aircraft airports and the airline industry, effects number of people is exposed to high intensit

                              The "Atlas
Acoustic Climate of the Czech Republic of the acoustic climate of the Czech Republic" (hereinafter as "the Atlas") is the research
                               Issues
Development Plan – The NoiseProcessing of 3D noise maps for large areas is the multilayered task, especially owing to the availab
                              So far noise maps in urban areas are
URBAN NOISE MAPPING BASED ON EMOTIONAL DIMENSIONS based on sound measurements in fixed positions and/or on pr

                                Strategic noise
Small scale noise mapping of industrial plants maps are usually produced for large scale areas, cities, agglomerations, etc. Some o
                                Noise mapping of city for the Territory of Samara Region
Method of Dynamic Noise Mapping and it Realization area is efficient way of noise evaluation and forecasting. Using noise mapping
                                Traffic is the main source responsible for unacceptable exposure in densely populated communities
Accuracy and Precision in Traffic Noise Prediction
                                As sustainable materials, green roof systems have become popularly used in urban spaces due to v
Acoustic effects of designable factors for the application of green roof systems on street-level low-profiled structures
Strategies in noise mapping data management
                                The Data and its Effect in the Uncertainty of a Noise the
Improvement of the Quality of Input influence of applying European default values to Mapmaking of a noise map was evaluated in a

                               Vector visualization of
An Experimental Study of Sound Intensity Flow Fieldsvibroacoustic phenomena, in contrast to pressure methods, significantly impr
                               The vibrational behaviour of clamped-free slotted tubes has been investigated to determine the influ
Vibrational Modes of Slotted Cylinders
                               A gamelan is an ensemble of traditional musical instruments from Indonesia and surrounding countr
The Normal Modes of Gamelan Gongs
                               Distortion product otoacoustic emissions Loudspeaker at the Eardrum
Calibration of Otoacoustic Emission Probes with a Simulated Reference (DPOAEs) measured in the human ear canal provide an at
                               The recent commercialisation of
Calibration effects on the measure of sound wave conductance a new generation of MEMS-based PU probes has promoted the de
                               Ultrasonic guided waves (Lamb waves) are known to have potential transducers
Actuation of ultrasonic guided waves on CFRP structures with a linear phased array of piezoelectricfor the non destructive testing o

                                 sounds using different plywood thicknesses and compositions
FFT analysis of cajon box drumThe paper deals with the infuence of sounding board thickness and composition to the frequency re
                                This work analyses the vibrations generated in viscoelastic thin plates submitted to a sudden Heavis
Acoustic Wave Generation In Thin And Infinite Plates Subjected To A Heaviside Temperature Distribution
Extraterrestrial music          This paper discusses how other worlds will sound, and what we could learn by listening to them. Thi
                                Acoustic resonance problems in closed systems can be solved numerically with finite element metho
Resonance problems in acoustic waveguides
                                There is an important acoustic the international metrology community for
New determination of the boltzmann constant with aninterest inquasi spherical resonator filled with argon new accurate determinati
                                magnetic semiconductors
Local vibronic modes in diluted Possible applications in optoelectronic and spintronic devices stimulate interest to study various pro
                                              The acoustical conditions Intellectual Disabilityacoustics
                                                                                       Room
                Acoustical Design Guidelines in Rooms for Adults with anare unfavorable in living rooms for adults with an intellectual disability(ID).
                                              The
                Baroque Theater in Drottningholm main scope of our paper is a documentation of the baroque theatre in Drottningholm (Sweden)
                                                                                       Room acoustics

                                                 Historical concert halls – reconstructon of opera hall in Ljubljana
                Possibilities of acoustic intervenction in historical and opera halls are usually under supervision of the authorities in charge of cultur
                                                 The reverberation time (RT) is one of the best known variables in acoustics. Its value in the characte
                Time to reconsider reverberation time
                                                  correction with chameleon subwoofer arrays
                Multi-band low-frequency room Variations in the acoustic pressure response across a closed-space listening area result in inconsist
                                                 At JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Graz/Austria) a listening room in accordance with the ITU-R BS 1116-
                Design and implementation of a listening room in accordance with the ITU-R BS 1116-1 standard
                                                 There are many objective parameters of room impulse response subjective room acoustic estimatio
                The recording channel influence on impulse response of reverberation field and its application inwe can calculate to describe its aco
                                                 Many teachers simulated voice problems related
                Natural variations of vocal effort and comfort insuffer from acoustic environments to the use of their voices in the working environm
                                                 The room acoustic quality analysis
                Subjective evaluation of room acoustic quality – statisticalrating is at the end always subjective. The only question is how sharp is th

                                                 This paper on acoustical parameters of churches
                The influence of different source positions presents the analysis of the differences in acoustical parameters of churches when two d
                                                 Control and synthesis of sound source radiation directivity Loudspeaker Array
                Radiation Directivity of Spherical Sound Source with Independent Element Dodecahedral have a significant place in modern acous
                                                 Realistic modeling of sound propagation in rooms and halls is an important topic of research since 6
                Calculation of the Diffraction Effects in Architectural Acoustics
                                                 There is a new tendency to convert historic churches in auditoria for concert music following
                The Validation of Architectural and Acoustic Projects to Transform Ecclesiastical Architecture in Auditoria for Concert Musicthe ass
                                                 Most of the techniques proposed for room impulse response measurement rely on the assumption t
                Distortion Influence in SineSweep Measurements of Room Impulse Response
                                                 Sound absorption Air in Acoustical Measurements problems of the
                Numerical Compensation of Sound Absorption in in air represents one of the mainof Room Models acoustical measurements of roo

                                                Measurement in
                Partial scale models as a tool in acoustic designa scale model is a reliable tool in the acoustic design of halls, but its application req
                                                Reflection structures are utilized different sound wave angle of incidence
                A study on acoustic parameters of reflective structure models at in concert halls and auditoriums in the form of flat or profiled board
                                                Music festivals Acoustics to Large Courtyard of “Reggia courtyards
                Measurement and Computer Simulation of the are offeredof apublic in one of the four largedi Caserta” of the Royal Palace of the "R
                                                As one of the most important performing art center in the South China, Guangzhou Opera House wa
                Scale Model Test for Guangzhou Opera House
                                                For room acoustical measurements dodecahedron loudspeakers are common, as they provide omn
                Multichannel dodecahedron loudspeakers for source directivity control
                                                For calculation of sound field in a room at low frequencies wave equation has to be numerically solv
                Geometrical Uncertainties of FEM for Room Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement

                                               This work is measurement of sound absorption in a reverberant room
                The influence of the specimen set-up in the based on experimental results that have been obtained through measurements carried
                                               In street Vegetation
                Laboratory Test of Sound Absorption of canyons, with increasing absorption and diffusion of street boundaries and furniture, the so
                                               Stability of environmental conditions in the course of laboratory measurements constitutes an impor
                Acoustic Absorptivity Measurements at Variable Air Humidity
                                               The growing concern about new products to prevent filters
                Determination of sound properties on acoustic panels made from recycled cigarette waste of potentially useful materials, reduce the
                                               This paper describes the design, construction and evaluation of an anechoic chamber and a testing
                The Iskra Avtoelektrika Anechoic Chamber
                                               Traditionally in the automotive industry, the
                Acoustic Trim Modelling: Traditional Spring/Mass System vs Biot Theory acoustic trim has been modelled using a series of spring
                                               The introduction of sound absorbing surface treatments
                An Investigation on the Use of Porous Natural Stone for Sound Absorbing Treatments in aesthetically valuable spaces aimed at ac

                                                The complete surveillance of areas and area
                Improving video surveillance systems using acoustical source localization perimeters is of upcoming interest for high-level securi
                                                All musical instruments performer’s and listener’s position
                Assessment of objective parameters of organ music at have their individual directivity patterns of the sound generated by them. The
                                                This work Laboratory
                Acoustics Measurements of Drum Sets inpresents the measurement results of two drum sets (one for professional use and the othe
                                                MPEG-7 part to environmental sound developed to standardise audio description in multimedia co
                Applicability of MPEG-7 low level descriptors 4 standard was originallysource recognition
                                                Nowadays, in Europe, the tramway is undergoing the process of reintroduction as a mass transport
                PREDICTION OF VIBRATIONS LEVELS PRODUCED BY TRAM TRANSIT
                                                An in an aircraft cabin using energy minimization
                Inverse noise source identification inverse approach for the identification of noise sources in closed cavities is presented. If all sour

                                                At the Austrian
                A Pilot System for Acoustic Tunnel Monitoring main road S35 inside a tunnel near Kirchdorf the worldwide first acoustic tunnel mon
                                                Developers of real-world audio monitoring
                An expandable software-framework for acoustic monitoring applications applications often face similar challenges. When newly de
                                                Airports represent key hubs in the
                Multimodal Safety System for the Surveillance of Airport Areas international transport system. Any disruption of critical airport inf
                                                The paper compares different regularization techniques for ill-posed inverse problems like near-field
                Comparison of Near-field Acoustic Holography Regularization Methods

                                                  The aim of of tracheoesophageal speakers
                Acoustic analysis of articulatory apparatus this paper was to perform acoustic analysis of tracheoesophageal speech (TRA) in comp
                                                  The paper presents for the Purpose analysis of intonation in the Macedonian language for the purp
                Analysis of Intonation in the Macedonian Languagethe results of an of Text-to-Speech Synthesis
                                                  For teachers
                Vocal dosimetry on primary school over one million teachers in Italy their voice is a fundamental work tool and as a result they are t
                                                  The most important necessity and motorway tunnels
                Speech intelligibility in safe areas and escape routes for train for security is the capacity to understand the speech as number of wo




AL PROGRAM FOR POSTER PRESENTATION
Thursday, 16 September 2010, from 14:00 to 17:00
                 Paper Title                       Paper Abstract
                                                   based on steel for multi-storey dwellings Building/lightweight
                                                                                              in Spain
                 Industrialized lightweight floors In Spain, although the use of prefabricated components is becoming popular, nowadays in the cons
                                                   Opportunities of practical determination of anisotropic heterogeneous non-homogeneous media's ch
                                                                                              Building/lightweight
                 Acoustopolariscopy - a new direction in investigation of anisotropic heterogeneous non-homogeneous media
                                                   An electric arc, which is burning betweenVibration&Noise wolfram electrode and work piece mater
                 Influence of a strong sound pressure field on the tig welding process         the inconsumable
                                                   Mechanically charge                        Vibration&Noise
                 Oscillation of the road bridge under movable a road bridge is a suspended plate made from reinforced beams and decks. Rolled int
                                                   The of lignocelluloses composite plates Vibration&Noise
                 Evaluation the dynamical behaviourpaper focuses on evaluation the dynamical behaviour in terms of natural frequencies and damp
                                                   The technological force that develops during to a mechanical press
                                                                                              Vibration&Noise
                 The calculation of the inertial perturbations induced by vibration movements cutting process is an inner force of the mechanical sys
                                                   An attenuation of Structure-Borne SoundActive
                 Attenuation of structure-borne sound in cross stiffened plate                 in plates can be achieved by attachment of stiffeners. Atta
                                                    acoustic echo cancellation                Active
                 Fast parallel LMS algorithm for We propose a fast parallel LMS, an approach which is used to digital signal processing such as ech
                                                   In Aachen University                       Ac. spaces, auralization
                 Acoustic Virtual Reality at RWTH this contribution we give a technological overview about the Virtual Reality (VR) system at RWTH
                                                   The values expressed by the typical nonlinear parameter THD do not provide satisfactory results an
                 Measurements of a nonlinear distortion product in loudspeakers
                                                   This of the Interaction between Vehicle Tires and the Flexible Pavements
                                                                                              automotive
                 Computational Method for the Studyresearch deals with simulation of direct interaction between the heavy vehicle tires and the road
                                                   In this paper some                         automotive
                 Numerical Simulation of the Wheel-Road Contact aspects of the wheel-road contact are studied using MATLAB/Simulink software.
                                                   This work analyses experimental measurements of and Multilayer Walls
                 Influences of Service and Electric Equipments on Sound Reduction Index of Singlesound reduction index, according to ISO 140-3,
                                                   In order to evaluate the acoustic performance of building horizontal partitions is necessary first
                                                                                              building acoustics
                 Impact sound pressure level performances in wooden beams, concrete beams with perforated bricks and concrete basic floorsof all
                                                   Generally the noise in in Poland complain on theacoustics noise?
                                                                                              building low level
                 Is the noise below 25 dBA annoying? Why inhabitantsflats about the level to 25 dB A is treated as accepted and should not cause n
                                                   The acoustic quality                       building acoustics
                 A method for obtaining sound quality in motor cars of motor cars has been analyzed under the light of Psychoacoustics, both the s
                                                   Materials for impact noise insulation are tested according to the standards ISO to the kind of base f
                                                                                              building acoustics
                 Experimental analysis of the different behaviour of materials for impact sound insulation in buildings in relation 140-8 and ISO 717-2
                                                   Nowadays, efficient thermal insulation is a materials used under floating floors
                 Common layers and nano-structured layers: comparison between resilientprincipal requirement for buildings and, accordingly, huge

AL PROGRAM FOR POSTER PRESENTATION
Friday, 17 September 2010, from 14:00 to 17:00

                 Investigation of Noise Generation by Natural – Draft Cooling Towers in Power plants cases, dominated by the noise from the coolin
                                                                                             Noise
                                                 The noise levels around a Power station are, in many
                                                 The noise levels around power Power are,
                 Noise Generation Mechanisms in Natural – Draft Cooling Towers in stationplantsin many cases, dominated by the noise from the cooling
                                                                                             Noise
                                                 Buildings, equipment and pipe networks, Noise below called ”structures”, are affected by the dynam
                                                                                             herein
                 Buildings, equipment and pipe networks vibration and noise control using SERB – SITON devices
                                                 Important noise producers in of Koper Noise
                 Noise monitoring and noise source investigation around port Slovenia should be evidenced and their influence to the environment r
                                                 Auralization of future
                 Aspects in computations for traffic noise auralisation traffic noise scenarios would be a valuable tool for city planners, noise consult
                                                 Noise, the unpleasant sound, can Slovenia
                 The European network on noise and health and its importance fordamage our physiological and psychological health. Noise can ca
                 Modeling of sound propagationThere is only one officially recognized Methodology exists in Russia for the calculation of the sound
                                                  for runup operations of aircrafts
                                                 Background: Preschool teachers and their assistants are daily
                 Measurement of noise levels and salivary cortisol at preschool teachers and their assistants exposed to high levels of noise. It is k
                                                 Experiences have shown that barriers, as mitigation measure for traffic noise, may solve most extra
                 Low frequency modeling – experimental study on the influence of source database in mitigated scenarios
                                                 In aviation; the                            Noise a great
                 Noise analysis of a twin piston engine aircraft airports and the airline industry, effects number of people is exposed to high intensit
                 Hearing Loss in Aviation Workers                                            Noise effects
                                                 Noise is a regular companion of modern living. Approximately 20 % of the workforce is exposed to e
                 Acral Photoplethysmography ofThe local vibration syndrome is determined by three basic groups of symptoms that may be intertwin
                                                   Workers Using Vibrating Tools             Noise effects
                                                  Italian Weinstein Noise noise on health, Across Age, Gender, quality of life are well documented. S
                 Measurement Invariance of theThe disruptive effects of Sensitivity Scale cognitive abilities and and Context noise
                                                  contrast agents for echographic imagingPhysical acoustics a photoacoustic technique
                                                                                              techniques through
                 Thermal behavior of ultrasoundThe ultrasound contrast agents used in echographic imaging techniques are essentially constituted
                                                 Diffusion Using Diffusion Equation Method Based On Finite the sound Method- Numerical Problem
                                                                                             Room to compute
                 Dealing Of The Acoustic Field In Rooms equation based model makes possibleacoustics Difference field assuming that sound is
                                                  quality top end music recordings           building acoustics
                 Building vibro-acoustics in highModern classical classical music recording technology is able to detect very small sound nuances. Si
                                                 Nowadays characteristics is nonwoven panels absorption
                                                                                             sound
                 An investigation and study on the acousticsound pollution of a big problem in modern life. Disturbing and annoying sounds have su
                                                 The
                 Vibration damping of panel systemsvibration damping properties of a water based polymer coating were investigated by altering the
s a key problem in several practical applications like buildings, cars, air planes, submarines,…The prediction of vibroacoustics behaviour of structures is a

ehicle interior noise has become a very vital task for acoustic engineers in the automotive industry for more than 30 years. Acoustic engineers had to focu
s of rooms are described as a wave phenomenon and room modes; the modal density and the transition from low to high frequencies are important. In tim

                            Structured Session                    Time of Presenattion                Room        Paper No.

                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20      Room I/(2+3)      258
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40      Room I/(2+3)      142
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00      Room I/(2+3)      073
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20      Room I/(2+3)      196
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40      Room I/(2+3)      135
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00      Room I/(2+3)      106
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 12.00-12.20      Room I/(2+3)      015

                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20      Room I/(2+3)      251
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40      Room I/(2+3)      192
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00      Room I/(2+3)      076
                               S1-Soundscape                 Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20      Room I/(2+3)      037

                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20      Room I/(5+6)      144
                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40      Room I/(5+6)      052
                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00      Room I/(5+6)      090
                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20      Room I/(5+6)      002
                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40      Room I/(5+6)      215
                              S2-Voice/Musical               Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00      Room I/(5+6)      260

                           S3-Building/lightweight           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40      Plenary Hall      048
                           S3-Building/lightweight           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00      Plenary Hall      086
                           S3-Building/lightweight           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20      Plenary Hall      266
                           S3-Building/lightweight           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.20-17.40      Plenary Hall      201
                           S3-Building/lightweight           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.40-18.00      Plenary Hall      122

                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20         Room I/1        163
                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40         Room I/1        121
                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00         Room I/1        072
                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20         Room I/1        068
                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.20-11.40         Room I/1        254
                             S4-Hydroacoustics              Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00         Room I/1        189

                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20         Room I/4        136
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40         Room I/4        089
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00         Room I/4        188
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20         Room I/4        186
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-11.40         Room I/4        229
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00         Room I/4        170
                           S5-Numerical acoustics           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 12.00-12.20         Room I/4        236
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20    Room I/4      205
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40    Room I/4      245
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00    Room I/4      143
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20    Room I/4      195
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40    Room I/4      263
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00    Room I/4      188

     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40    Room I/4      226
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00    Room I/4      230
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20    Room I/4      193
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.20-17.40    Room I/4      147



      S6-Psychoacoustics            Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40   Room I/(2+3)   126
      S6-Psychoacoustics            Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00   Room I/(2+3)   218
      S6-Psychoacoustics            Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20   Room I/(2+3)   017

         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20    Room I/1      265
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40    Room I/1      172
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00    Room I/1      043
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20    Room I/1      044
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40    Room I/1      007
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00    Room I/1      209
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 12.00-12.20    Room I/1      145

         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20    Room I/1      200
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40    Room I/1      190
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00    Room I/1      117
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20    Room I/1      056
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.20-15.40    Room I/1      137

         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40    Room I/1      171
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00    Room I/1      220
         S7-Ultrasound              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20    Room I/1      127

       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20    Room I/7      111
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40    Room I/7      210
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00    Room I/7      139
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20    Room I/7      268
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.20-11.40    Room I/7      088
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00    Room I/7      232
       S8-Vibration&Noise           Thursday, 16.9.2010, 12.00-12.20    Room I/7      233

    S9-Condition Monitoring         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20   Room I/(5+6)   138
    S9-Condition Monitoring         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40   Room I/(5+6)   094
    S9-Condition Monitoring         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00   Room I/(5+6)   104

    S10-Active Noise Control        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20   Room I/(5+6)   149
    S10-Active Noise Control        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.20-15.40   Room I/(5+6)   001
    S10-Active Noise Control        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.40-16.00   Room I/(5+6)   247

S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20    Room I/7      255
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40    Room I/7      167
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00    Room I/7      182
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20    Room I/7      199
S10-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40    Room I/7      256
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00    Room I/7      219

S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40    Room I/7      134
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00    Room I/7      124

      S12-Electroacoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40   Room I/(5+6)   033
      S12-Electroacoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00   Room I/(5+6)   006
      S12-Electroacoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20   Room I/(5+6)   057
      S12-Electroacoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.20-17.40   Room I/(5+6)   157
      S12-Electroacoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.40-18.00   Room I/(5+6)   095

        S13-Automotive              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40    Room I/7      132
        S13-Automotive              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00    Room I/7      024
        S13-Automotive              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20    Room I/7      081
        S13-Automotive              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.20-17.40    Room I/7      038

     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20   Room I/(2+3)   018
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40   Room I/(2+3)   216
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00   Room I/(2+3)   060
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20   Room I/(2+3)   246
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.20-11.40   Room I/(2+3)   150
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00   Room I/(2+3)   208
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 12.00-12.20   Room I/(2+3)   177

     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20   Room I/(2+3)   198
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40   Room I/(2+3)   061
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00   Room I/(2+3)   222
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20   Room I/(2+3)   211
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40   Room I/(2+3)   243
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00   Room I/(2+3)   109

     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40   Room I/(2+3)   248
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00   Room I/(2+3)   085
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20   Room I/(2+3)   011

         S15-Education              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.20-17.40    Room I/1      083
         S15-Education              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.40-18.00    Room I/1      003
         S15-Education              Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 18.00-18.20    Room I/1      071

           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20   Plenary Hall   077
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40   Plenary Hall   010
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00   Plenary Hall   181
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20   Plenary Hall   141
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.20-11.40   Plenary Hall   039
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00   Plenary Hall   120
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 12.00-12.20   Plenary Hall   065

           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20   Plenary Hall   063
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40   Plenary Hall   067
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00   Plenary Hall   164
           S16-Noise                Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20   Plenary Hall   019
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40   Plenary Hall   059
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00   Plenary Hall   097

      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40   Plenary Hall   146
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00   Plenary Hall   041
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20   Plenary Hall   158
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.20-17.40   Plenary Hall   169
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.40-18.00   Plenary Hall   267
      S16-Noise          Thursday, 16.9.2010, 18.00-18.20   Plenary Hall   153

      S16-Noise          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20   Plenary Hall   155
      S16-Noise          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40   Plenary Hall   156
      S16-Noise          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00   Plenary Hall   051
      S16-Noise          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20   Plenary Hall   223

  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20    Room I/7      031
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40    Room I/7      206
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00    Room I/7      030
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20    Room I/7      159
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40    Room I/7      023
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00    Room I/7      012
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 12.00-12.20    Room I/7      180

  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20    Room I/7      105
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40    Room I/7      020
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00    Room I/7      050
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20    Room I/7      087
  S17-Noise effects      Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.20-15.40    Room I/7      173

   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40   Plenary Hall   093
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00   Plenary Hall   128
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 12.00-12.20   Plenary Hall   075

   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20   Plenary Hall   042
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40   Plenary Hall   082
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00   Plenary Hall   022
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20   Plenary Hall   160
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.20-15.40   Plenary Hall   238
   S18-Noise Maps        Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.40-16.00   Plenary Hall   174

S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20   Room I/(5+6)   005
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40   Room I/(5+6)   166
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00   Room I/(5+6)   165
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20   Room I/(5+6)   116
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40   Room I/(5+6)   261
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00   Room I/(5+6)   074

S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40   Room I/(5+6)   045
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00   Room I/(5+6)   021
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20   Room I/(5+6)   162
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.20-17.40   Room I/(5+6)   203
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.40-18.00   Room I/(5+6)   237
S19-Physical acoustics   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 18.00-18.20   Room I/(5+6)   029
  S20-Room acoustics        Thursday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.40-18.00    Room I/4      250
  S20-Room acoustics        Thursday, 17. 9. 2010, 18.00-18.20    Room I/4      242

  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.00-10.20     Room I/4      078
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.20-10.40     Room I/4      103
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 10.40-11.00     Room I/4      151
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.00-11.20     Room I/4      217
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.20-11.40     Room I/4      064
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 11.40-12.00     Room I/4      025
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 12.00-12.20     Room I/4      053

  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-14.20     Room I/4      062
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.20-14.40     Room I/4      115
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.40-15.00     Room I/4      110
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20     Room I/4      252
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.20-15.40     Room I/4      112
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.40-16.00     Room I/4      123

  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.20-16.40     Room I/4      079
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 16.40-17.00     Room I/4      102
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.00-17.20     Room I/4      179
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.20-17.40     Room I/4      259
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 17.40-18.00     Room I/4      176
  S20-Room acoustics         Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 18.00-18.20     Room I/4      221

 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.00-10.20     Room I/(5+6)   046
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.20-10.40     Room I/(5+6)   262
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00     Room I/(5+6)   108
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.00-11.20     Room I/(5+6)   184
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.20-11.40     Room I/(5+6)   264
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 11.40-12.00     Room I/(5+6)   204
 S21-Sound Absorption       Thursday, 16.9.2010, 12.00-12.20     Room I/(5+6)   168

S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-14.20      Room I/1      080
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.20-14.40      Room I/1      096
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.40-15.00      Room I/1      191
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.00-15.20      Room I/1      069
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.20-15.40      Room I/1      152
S22-Source identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 15.40-16.00      Room I/1      133

S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.20-16.40      Room I/1      239
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 16.40-17.00      Room I/1      207
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20      Room I/1      234
S22-Source Identification   Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.20-17.40      Room I/1      131

      S23-Speech            Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.00-17.20      Room I/7      119
      S23-Speech            Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.20-17.40      Room I/7      036
      S23-Speech            Thursday, 16.9.2010, 17.40-18.00      Room I/7      070
      S23-Speech            Thursday, 16.9.2010, 18.00-18.20      Room I/7      197
      Structured Session                  Time of Presenattion             Room      Paper No.
     S3-Building/lightweight        Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   026
     S3-Building/lightweight        Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   028
      S8-Vibration&Noise            Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   212
      S8-Vibration&Noise            Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   161
      S8-Vibration&Noise            Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   194
      S8-Vibration&Noise            Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   231
    S10-Active Noise Control        Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   066
    S10-Active Noise Control        Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   092
S11-Acoustic Spaces, Auralization   Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   257
      S12-Electroacoustics           Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   058
        S13-Automotive              Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   227
        S13-Automotive              Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   228
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 14.00-17.00     Poster Hall   047
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   084
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   185
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   024
     S14-Building Acoustics         Thursday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00   Poster Hall   178
     S14-Building Acoustics




          S16-Noise                  Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   130
          S16-Noise                  Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   269
          S16-Noise                  Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-1700     Poster Hall   014
          S16-Noise                  Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   040
     S5-Numerical acoustics         Thursday, 16.9.2010, 10.40-11.00     Poster Hall   016
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.40-16.00    Poster Hall   013
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.01    Poster Hall   129
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   249
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   107
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   054
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   008
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   009
       S17-Noise effects             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 15.00-15.20    Poster Hall   175
     S19-Physical acoustics          Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   113
      S20-Room acoustics             Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   055
     S14-Building Acoustics          Friday, 16. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   099
     S21-Sound Absorption            Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   004
     S21-Sound Absorption            Friday, 17. 9. 2010, 14.00-17.00    Poster Hall   214
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or more than 30 years. Acoustic engineers had to focus on several sources with different properties and characteristics. They have to avoid, maintain, em
ition from low to high frequencies are important. In time domain the reflections are described by rays or particles following geometrical laws, and the trans




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hey are in general limited to low frequencies because of numerical difficulty to reach medium frequencies. The standard approach based on integral repre

acteristics. They have to avoid, maintain, emphasize or even to create specific noise properties, which lead to positive judgments. However, the goals hav
 les following geometrical laws, and the transition from early to late reflections is important since early reflections can create echoes or colouration. The an
s. The standard approach based on integral representation of pressure fields and modal decomposition of structure response is first reminded. The difficu

ead to positive judgments. However, the goals have permanently changed over the years and nowadays complete new challenges arise in the context of a
 flections can create echoes or colouration. The angle dependent reflection and the scattering of reflections due to surface roughness and surface size are
 of structure response is first reminded. The difficulty to predict sound radiation at medium frequency with the standard method is known especially when

s complete new challenges arise in the context of alternative drives and electric cars. In addition, new engine concepts, downsizing, tightened ecological s
ons due to surface roughness and surface size are examined. In non-diffuse rooms the reverberation time is not well defined, and in open plan spaces the
th the standard method is known especially when fluid is heavy. The difficulty to apply the method is coming essentially from the calculation of modal radi

ngine concepts, downsizing, tightened ecological specifications, extension of infotainment systems in cars, increasing diversification of vehicle types, chal
me is not well defined, and in open plan spaces the spatial decay of sound may be a better descriptor. Computer modelling and various hybrid calculation
 ming essentially from the calculation of modal radiation impedances. The MESOP approach is here presented on the basic example of plate radiation in h

 rs, increasing diversification of vehicle types, challenge the acoustic engineers trying to develop a pleasant, harmonious passenger cabin sound. Thus, a
Computer modelling and various hybrid calculation methods are explained. The 3D impulse response can be combined with the Head Related Transfer Fu
sented on the basic example of plate radiation in heavy or light fluids. The basic idea is to observe the degree of verification of the plate vibroacoustic equ

sant, harmonious passenger cabin sound. Thus, advanced methods, tools and analyses are necessary which cope with the increasing complexity of vehic
n be combined with the Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF) to create the Binaural Room Impulse Response (BRIR), which is the basis for auralisatio
degree of verification of the plate vibroacoustic equation on a sample of observation points, through a quadratic error function. The optimal solution rende

 which cope with the increasing complexity of vehicles and the growing expectations regarding comfort. Here, the application of psychoacoustics for the an
Response (BRIR), which is the basis for auralisation. Speech in rooms is described in relation to speech intelligibility, speech privacy, and the influence of
uadratic error function. The optimal solution rende

Here, the application of psychoacoustics for the analysis of s
 intelligibility, speech privacy, and the influence of the Lombard ef

				
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