ABSTRACTS INFORMATION

CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers related to the Technical Areas listed below as Structured Sessions and technical program topics are especially welcome for presentation at the Inter-Noise 2023 Congress, but technical papers in all areas of noise and vibration control can be submitted for inclusion in the technical program.

Abstracts and Full Paper PDF can be submitted through Abstract/Paper management system, named as “Confit”, which has both functions Registration and Payment.
As shown in Important Dates, the deadline of Abstract Submission is 10 February 2023, and the deadline of Full Paper Submission is 19 May 2023.

ABSTRACT GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

  • Abstracts must be submitted in English, which is the official language of all matters relating to Inter-Noise 2023.
  • The corresponding author will be required to certify that the content of the proposed papers has not been presented at an engineering or scientific conference (with copyright held by the conference organiser) or published in an archival refereed journal; a statement by the authors shall be required at the time of paper submission.
  • Please note that upon submission the copyright is transferred the publishing organisation, I-INCE.
  • Please note that all oral presentations will be recorded and available online for conference registrants for several weeks post the conference. By submitting an abstract you are agreeing to your presentation being recorded and available to delegates online.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PROCESS

Abstract submission will be submitted on Abstract/Paper management system, named as “Confit”, which has both functions Registration and Payment.

  1. Create a new account or log in to an existing account. (see Registration Information)
  2. After logging in, click on “New Submission” in “Abstract Submission” and follow the instruction on the system.
  3. After complete the abstract submission, you will receive an email confirmation.
  4. In case of submission more than one abstract, an extra fee of 8,400 JPY will be applied to each additional abstract.
  5. Abstract acceptance notice will be sent via email in March 2023.
  6. All presenters are required to finish payment of their registration fee before the paper submission.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINE

  1. The abstract shall contain at least 100 words and at most 200 words. Hyperlinks, special characters, equations, images, and drawings should NOT be put in the abstract, and avoid the use of acronyms.
  2. Paper titles should be in sentence case: only the first word and proper nouns are capitalized.
  3. The submitted abstracts and author information will be included in the program list, booklet, and so on without being modified and will be distributed at the conference.
  4. Authors may edit and modify submitted information until the submission deadline. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure the accuracy of the abstracts.
  5. Authors may choose their intention of presentation type (Onsite-Oral, Onsite-Poster, or Online Pre-recorded, see Author Information) at present.

AREAS

StreamAreaOrganizer (JPN)Organizer (INTL)
Engineering Science01. Flow-induced Noise & VibrationHiroshi YokoyamaRandolph Leung
02. Vibro-acousticsToru Yamazaki  / Zenzo YamaguchiLaurent Maxit
03. Signal Processing & MeasurementsYasushi Takano / Makoto OtaniWan-Ho Cho
04. Modeling & Numerical SimulationReiji Tomiku / Takeshi OkuzonoCheol-Ho Jeong
05. Active Control of Sound & VibrationShinya Kijimoto / Yoshinobu KajikawaWoon-Seng Gan
Transportation & Industry06. Transportation Noise & VibrationMasaaki HiroeScott Noel
07. Aircraft NoiseNaoaki Shinohara / Takatoshi YokotaSebastian Ghinet
08. Vehicle Noise & VibrationTakashi Yamamoto /  Koji KatoMohammad Fard
09. Industrial NoiseJunji YoshidaJames Thompson
10. Underwater & Maritime AcousticsTomonari AkamatsuMichel Andre
Space & Material11. Acoustic MaterialsKimihiro SakagamiJorge Arenas
12. Building & Architectural AcousticsYosuke Yasuda / Susumu HirakawaCarl Hopkins
13. Environmental NoiseKeiji KawaiTimothy Van Renterghem
Human & Society14. Perception & HealthMakoto MorinagaIrene Van Kamp
15. Sound Quality & Product NoiseMasayuki TakadaErcan Altinsoy
16. SoundscapesKoji NagahataBrigitte Schulte-Fortkamp
17. Noise Policy & ManagementShigenori YokoshimaTruls Gjestland
Special18. Theme-related & Novel ApproachesTetsuya SakumaJian Kang

SESSIONS

Prospective presenters are invited to submit abstracts on topics in noise and vibration. The Congress Organizing Committee will select papers for presentation and arrange the final program of the Congress. Papers will be presented in lecture and poster sessions. A manuscript of each paper to be presented will be published in the Proceedings of the Congress and then placed on the online database.