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ISNA22 will take place at the University of Oxford from Monday 4th to Friday 8th July 2022.   It will be a residential symposium held at St Catherine's college; one of the consituent colleges of the University of Oxford.

 

Please note that as of 18 March, the UK Government has removed ALL restrictions on travel to England -- you do not need to take any COVID-19 travel tests or fill in a UK passenger locator form. This will apply whether you are vaccinated or not. 

[Update: 27 June 2022] The ISNA22 Symposium Programme is now available!
Travel Information: For transfers to Oxford from Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport The Airline (by Oxford Bus Company) coach service is the easiest method and can be booked in advance or paid onboard. Alight at the Queen's Lane bus stop on Oxford High Street, then walk along Longwall Street to St. Cross Road and Manor Road to St. Catherine's College (see map).

Key dates

Tuesday
1st February 2022
Abstract Submission Opens
Wednesday
20th April 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline (extended)

Friday
22nd April 2022

Acceptance Decision
Wednesday
1st June 2022
Early Bird Registration Deadline
4th - 8th July 2022 Symposium
Wednesday
31st August 2022
POMA Paper Deadline

News & Noticeboard

  • The ISNA22 Symposium Programme is now available!
  • Registration is open. [2022-04-20]
  • Abstract Submission Deadline has been extended to 20th April. [2022-04-12]
  • Abstract Submission Deadline has been extended to 11th April. [2022-03-18]
  • ISNA22 website is now open. [2022-02-04]

Symposium Information

Sponsors:
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Abstract submission for ISNA22 is now closed.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the on-line booklet that will be distributed at the meeting. The option to provide a paper through the Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA) will be available in the summer (https://asa.scitation.org/pma/info/about).

 

Please contact Robin Cleveland <robin.cleveland@eng.ox.ac.uk> with questions regarding your abstract submission.

 

Registration is now open.
Step 1:
Please register for the Symposium using the ISNA22 Registration Form 
https://isna22.web.ox.ac.uk/registration
Step 2:
After completing the registration form, please visit the University store in order to complete and pay your registration fee:
https://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/conferences-and-events/engineering-science/events/international-symposium-on-nonlinear-acoustics-isna-22

 

The deadline for early registration is Wednesday 1 June 2022.

 

The costs for the conference (if booked by Wed 1st June) are as follows:

 



Description Price (GBP)  
4 night residential registation  (Mon -Thu night accommodation and meals) 777

 

5 night residential registration (Sun-Thu night accommodation and meals) 872  
Extra night(s) stay (specify in registration) 86  
     
Day Attendees (no accommodation)    
Monday Day Registration 120  
Tuesday Day Registraion 120  
Wednesday Day Registraion 120  
Wednesday Banquet 67  
Thursday Day Registraion 120  
Friday Day registration 80  
     
     
Accompanying Person Costs    
Accompanying person (sharing room) 53 per night
Accompanying person (separate room) 112 per night
Banquet (accompanying person) 67 per person

 

The Scientific Programme will include topical sessions in the following areas:
  • Physics
  • Computational
  • Radiation Force & Streaming
  • General Nonlinear Acoustics
  • Cavitation
  • Industrial Ultrasound
  • Atmospheric Acoustics
  • Nonlinear Aeroacoustics
  • Biomedical
  • Membrane Physics
  • Metamaterials
  • NDE
  • Solids
  • Rocks
Preliminary programme schedule (subject to change)
  DAY 0
Monday 4 July
DAY 1
Tuesday 5 July

DAY 2
Wednesday 6 July

DAY 3
Thursday 7 July
DAY 4
Friday 8 July

9:00-10:30

Short Course on
Nonlinear Acoustics
Physics Cavitation Biomedical Solids
(break)          
11:00-12:30 Short Course on
Nonlinear Acoustics
Computational Industrial
Ultrasound
Membrane
Physics
Rocks
Lunch          
14:00-15:30 Short Course on 
Computational Modelling
Radiation Force
& Streaming
Atmospheric
Acoustics
Metamaterials  
(break)          
16:00-17:30 Short Course on 
Computational Modelling
General Nonlinear Aeroacoustics NDE  
Evening Welcome drinks Pub social event Banquet Dinner  

 

Monday 9:00 - 12:30
Short Course on Nonlinear Acoustics

Robin Cleveland, Mark Hamilton, and Oleg Sapozhnikov

Presentation slides:
ISNA_2022_Short_Course_Nonlinear_Acoustics_Part_I.pdf
ISNA_2022_Short_Course_Nonlinear_Acoustics_Part_II.pdf
ISNA_2022_Short_Course_Nonlinear_Acoustics_Part_III.pdf

 

Monday 14:00 - 17:30
Short Course on Computational Acoustics

Bradley Treeby and Ben Cox

Presentation slides:
http://k-wave.org/downloads/isna2022.zip

 

The Institute of Physics Physical Acoustics Group is sponsoring a “Visualising Physical Acoustics” research picture competition and prizes that will be awarded to winners in one of the plenary sessions of the International Symposium on Nonlinear Acoustics (ISNA) in Oxford. 

The competition will be for the best picture that features physical acoustics research. The winner and runners-up will be printed on large format banners that will be displayed the symposium and presented awards at a plenary session. The first, second and third prizes will be cash prizes of £250, £200 and £150 respectively in addition to an award certificate.

Each picture must be given a short title and this must be used as the file name when it is uploaded in the format: image title.jpg (eg Bubble_Oscillation.jpg). You must submit a supporting caption with your picture, of up to 100 words, explaining what your image shows and how it relates to physical acoustics. This information will be taken into consideration, alongside the image, during the judging process.

Submissions can be entered until 1 June 2022 (extended) by sending pictures including a statement of how they were created including a 100 word caption to physicalacoustics@physics.org
Terms and Conditions (visualising_pag_terms_isna2022_final.pdf) apply. More details on the IoP Physical Acoustics Group can be found here.

 

International Advisory Committee

M. F. Hamilton (USA), Secretary General

A. A. Atchley (USA)

Ph. Blanc-Benon (France)

R. O. Cleveland (UK)

L. A. Crum (USA)

B. O. Enflo (Sweden)

P. A. Johnson (USA)

V. K. Kedrinskii (Russia)

W. Lauterborn (Germany)

L. A. Ostrovsky (USA/Russia)

O. A. Sapozhnikov (Russia)

I. Yu. Solodov (Germany/Russia)

T. Yano (Japan)

D. Zhang (China)