Call for paper: Special issues of Canadian Acoustics
Special issues with regional topics and articles
Acoustics is a broad subject matter, as you know, that currently employs hundreds of us across the country in fields as different as teaching, research, consulting and others. To reflect such diversity and to -maybe- help each of us discover a new professional in the neighborhood, the Canadian Acoustics journal is currently inviting submissions for a series of special "regional" journal issues from individuals, groups and companies located within the greater-areas of major cities in Canada.
After the successful Special issues that the Canadian Acoustics journal has published in June 2015, with several contributions from Montreal, the next special issue is tentatively programmed for June 2016, and will mainly include contributions from the Greater Toronto Area.
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