183rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America

Nashville, Tennessee — 5 – 9 May 2022


Nashville, Tennessee


5 – 9 December 2022


ASA meetings bring together students, researchers, and professionals to share knowledge and exchange ideas on acoustics both in the USA and worldwide. Students are welcome to attend the entire meeting, or just spend a day attending sessions or social events. Key events are advertised below!


Attending an ASA meeting is a great way to jump-start or advance your acoustics career, interact with professional acousticians, and to learn more about acoustics in general.


You can register for the meeting ahead of time or onsite, but pre-registration (see below) will get you a discounted registration fee! Being a student member further discounts your fees. Student transportation subsidies are also offered to offset travel costs. You can register for the meeting online.

Note: If you have pre-registered or are registering on site, you must present your student ID at the registration desk to receive your badge and conference materials.


ASA Members $675 $775
Undergraduate Students (with current Student ID) $25 $25
ASA Student Members (with current Student ID) $150 $200
Nonmember Students (with current Student ID) $250 $300

COVID-19 Info

The Nashville meeting will be held as an in-person meeting with invited papers in several special sessions presented in hybrid format. Remote attendance at these hybrid special sessions will also be possible.

POMA Student Paper Competition

POMA is holding a society-wide student paper competition for a POMA submission based on a presentation or poster from the Denver meeting. Up to five student papers will receive an award of USD $300. Additionally, the student paper winners will be noted on the POMA cover page and their article will be promoted in email and social media campaigns. The competition deadline is 11:59 pm Eastern Time, 7 January 2023. For more information, see the meeting website


25 July – Abstract submission: See the meeting website for details, submit here!

21 October – Dependent care subsidies:  The Committee on Women in Acoustics (WIA) sponsors Dependent Care Subsidies to help offset dependent care costs associated with attending the Seattle ASA meeting. See the meeting website for details.

7 November – Room share registration: ASA coordinates a room sharing program for meeting attendees. Sign up by sending your name, telephone number, e-mail address, gender, and smoker or nonsmoker preference to asa@acousticalsociety.org

7 November – Preregistration:  A discount is given to students who register before the preregistration deadline. See the meeting website for more details.

7 November – ASA Student Transportation Subsidy Application: For students who need help defraying the cost of attending ASA Seattle, a student travel subsidy is available. See the meeting website for more details.

14 November – Hotel reservations at discounted rate: Hotel reservations must be made by this date to receive the discounted rate for ASA Denver attendees.

First-Time Attendee Orientation

Learn more about the student-oriented activities and opportunities available at ASA Seattle and get oriented to the who, what, and where of the ASA.

Time: Mon 5:00pm-5:30pm

Room: Grand Hall C

Student Meet and Greet

Meet fellow students from a variety of acoustics-related disciplines. Light snacks included!

Time: Mon 5:30pm-6:45pm

Room: North Coast B

Student Outing

Grab dinner and/or drinks and socialize with other students. We’ll meet after the Student Meet and Greet to walk over from the conference Hotel.

Time: Mon 7:00pm-10ish

Location: Acme Feed & Seed

Student Reception

A laid-back opportunity to meet with fellow students in the ASA — free food and a drink included! Sponsored this time by Reality Labs Research, it’s a great networking opportunity!

Time: Wed 6:00pm-8:00pm

Room: Grand Hall A