Organised by the Institute of Acoustics and supported by the French Acoustics Society
9th International Conference
AUDITORIUM ACOUSTICS 2015
La Philharmonie 1, Parc de la Villette, Avenue Jean-Jaures, 75019 Paris, France
THURSDAY 29 – SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER 2015, PARIS
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La Train Bleu, Gare de Lyon, take the Metro line 5 from Porte de Pantin to Gare de Lyon, the restaurant at the front of the station building.
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La Philharmonie 1, 221, avenue Jean-Jaures, 75019 Paris, is located in the Park de la Villette area of Paris, Metro line 5, Closest Station: Porte de Pantin. When you exit the metro station you will see the Grand Halle with the lion fountain in front of it, turn to your right and you will see La Philharmonie 2 (Cite de la Musique), walk along the side of this building until you see the front entrance of La Philharmonie 1, the registration desk will be situated in the main reception area, the conference room is also on the ground floor.
POSTER BOARD SIZE:
2 x 1m landscape, poster can be 1, 2 or multiple sheets.
Meeting at 13.45 at the stage entrance, 120 rue de Lyon (metro: Bastille, Lines 1,5,8) This tour is limited to 20 - to book please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Worship Sound Spaces : Sound perception of places of worship (of different religions) via a multidisciplinary anthropological and acoustic approach
Tuesday 3- Wednesday 4 Nov 2015, Musée du quai Branly, Paris
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Auditorium Acoustics Conference Technical Committee:
• Mike Barron*, Fleming & Barron (email: email@example.com)
• Raf Orlowski*, Ramboll UK (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
• Trevor Cox, University of Salford, UK
• Evan Green, Sound Space Design, UK
• Eckhard Kahle, Kahle Acoustics, Brussels
• Brian Katz, LIMSI-CNRS, Paris
• Jean-Dominque Polack, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
221 avenue Jean-Jaures