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Animal Bioacoustics Session in Hangzhou China

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Subject: Animal Bioacoustics Session in Hangzhou China
From: Whitlow Au <>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 07:52:24 -1000

A special session on animal bioacoustics is being organized for the 12th International Conference on Theoretical and Computational Acoustics (don’t be intimidated by conference title) in Hangzhou, China, October 11 to 16, 2015.  The Chinese are keen on getting more involved in animal bioacoustics.  There is a list of international invited speakers.  The session is now being opened to contributed speakers.  You can find out more on this meeting by going to the website (

 The deadline for early registration is May 31, 2015.  The abstract due date is May 31, 2015.  Early registration fee is $500 US.  Unfortunately there is no financial support or student registration for this meeting.  For all contributed speaker have a sentence at the left hand corner of below your abstract “contributed speaker: Animal Bioacoustics Special Session.”

Invited speakers and their country of origin are as follows: 

Tomanori Akamatsu,    Ikuo Matsuda   - Japan            

Songhai Li, Yu Zhang   , Wang Ding - China                

Rolf Muller – USA/China                                 

Mattias Hoffman-Kuhnt - Singapore    

Annemarie Surlykke, Ole Larson - Denmark                

Yossi Yovel - Israel                             

Rob McCauley - Australia                   

Cristina Giacoma - Italy                       

Hans Slabbekoorn – The Netherland   

Darlene Ketten, Paul Nachtigall, Whitlow Au - USA    

This promises to be a very interesting meeting in the city that Marco Polo described as "The City of Heaven”.


Whitlow W. L. Au, Ph.D.
Marine Mammal Research Program
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
46-007 Lilipuna Road
Kaneohe, HI 96744
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