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Acta Acustica topical issue on “Vibroacoustics”

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Acta Acustica topical issue on “Advancements in Ultrasonic NDT: From Pulse-Echo to Integrating AI for Smart Control”

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Acta Acustica topical issue on “Virtual acoustics”

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Acta Acustica topical issue on “Numerical, computational and theoretical acoustics”

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Acta Acustica topical issue on “Musical Acoustics: Latest Advances in Analytical, Numerical and Experimental Methods Tackling Complex Phenomena in Musical Instruments”

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Acta Acustica Makes Strides with Unified Impact Factor, Demonstrating Growth in Acoustics Research

In the recently announced Journal Citation Reports™ by Clarivate, Acta Acustica deserves special recognition for achieving consolidation and progress with a unified Impact Factor of 1.4, following its title change in 2020. This achievement highlights the journal's commitment to acoustics research and signifies its continued growth and impact in the field.

Acta Acustica topical issue on "The sound of Ancient Theatres"

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2021 Impact Factor – first, partial impact factor awarded

We are pleased to report that Acta Acustica has been awarded its first, partial impact factor of 1.355 since it changed its name from Acta Acustica united with Acustica and transitioned to open access in 2020. We look forward to reporting on its full impact factor next year.

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Topical Issue of Acta Acustica "Selected papers from CFA 2022: 16th French Congress on Acoustics"

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Acta Acustica’s topical issue on auditory models follows open science principles

Acta Acustica announces the publication of the first articles in a new topical issue titled Auditory models: from binaural processing to multimodal cognition. The topical issue edited by P. Majdak, R. Baumgartner and M. Lavandier presents a collection of recent advances in research on conceptual and computational auditory models with a particular focus on spatial hearing. The first eight articles are now available, including the keynote article “AMT 1.x: A toolbox for reproducible research in auditory modeling” by Piotr Majdak, Clara Hollomey and Robert Baumgartner. The full topical issue will contain about 15 articles.

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