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  1. The next introductory Sound Analysis Workshop offered by the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program (BRP) will take place 23 – 27 September 2019, at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, in Ithaca, NY, USA. The workshop is intended primarily for biologists interested in analysis, visualization, and measurement of animal sounds. We cover basic principles of spectrographic analysis and measurement of animal sounds, as well as specific tools and techniques in Raven Pro, a sound analysis application program developed by BRP. More information about the workshop, including fees and registration information is available here. Prospective participants from selected countries are eligible to apply for two scholarship positions in the September workshop. Further details about the scholarship program, including eligible countries and how to apply are available here. Scholarship applications must be submitted online no later than 24 June.
  2. The Bioacoustics Research Program (BRP) at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology will be presenting an introductory Sound Analysis Workshop 27 April – 3 May 2019 at the Cornell Lab in Ithaca, New York, USA. The workshop is intended primarily for biologists interested in analysis, visualization, and measurement of animal sounds. We cover the basic principles of spectrographic analysis and measurement of animal sounds, as well as specific tools and techniques in Raven Pro, a sound analysis application program developed by BRP. The workshop will also include a brief introduction to techniques for targeted field recording using directional microphones. Further information about the workshop is available here.
  3. <To be thaught in spanish> El Área de Ornitología del Museo de Historia Natural de la Universidad Nacional de San Agustín (MUSA) organiza e invita a estudiantes, profesionales y a la comunidad en general al I Taller en bioacústica: Análisis de sonidos animales en R Instructor: Marcelo Araya Salas, biólogo evolutivo/ecólogo del comportamiento y programador en el lenguaje R. Su trabajo se ha enfocado en comprender los procesos evolutivos y culturales que han han moldeado el comportamiento vocal, teniendo como grupo principal de estudio los cantos aprendidos en colibries. Actualmente trabaja como investigador postdoctoral en la Universidad de Costa Rica Pagina del curso: https://marceloarayasalas.weebly.com/taller_arequipa.html Fecha y lugar: Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa, Arequipa, Perú 26 al 29 de abril de 2019 Detalles del taller: Trata el uso de métodos modernos para el análisis de sonidos animales, enfocándose en la caracterización de su estructura y el uso de estas medidas en estudios conductuales y de descripción de variación intra e inter-específica Combina clases, discusiones y prácticas de análisis de sonidos animales con distintas herramientas (paquetes), incluyendo funciones y rutinas que han sido desarrolladas por el instructor Dirigido a estudiantes interesados en el uso de la bioacústica como una herramienta para entender los factores ecológicos/evolutivos que han moldeado los sistemas de comunicación acústica en animales Se dará prioridad a los estudiantes con conocimiento previo en el lenguaje de programación R Programa del cruso ¿Como inscribirse? Enviar una carta de intención (máximo tres párrafos) explicando 1) por qué desea tomar el taller, 2) cómo contribuirá este con su formación profesional, y 3) cual es su nivel de experiencia en R (básico, medio, avanzado) Dos referencias académicas (indicar sus correos electrónicos) CV Enviar documentación completa a mas tardar el 1 de abril a: Víctor Gamarra-Toledo (victor.gamarrat@gmail.com) Costo El taller tiene un costo de US $150.00 Los estudiantes deberán cubrir sus gastos de transporte, alojamiento y alimentación Habrán becas disponibles del 30% del costo
  4. The Acoustical Society of America has partnered with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium (HDZ) to bring together a diverse community of scientists, engineers, teachers and students to the Fourth International Symposium on Acoustic Communication by Animals. This four-day symposium is designed to address contemporary topics in animal acoustic communication across a wide range of taxa, including arthropods, lizards and amphibians, as well as birds, fish and terrestrial and marine mammals. We have an extraordinary slate of keynote and invited speakers, covering a broad range of topics and taxa. Please plan to attend, participate and share your work. Pre-Symposium Workshop: The scientific program of the 4th International Symposium will be preceded on Monday, 17 July 2017, by a half-day workshop in which key questions related to The Impact of Anthropogenic Noise on Animal Acoustic Communication will be discussed. The workshop is free to all registrants. Call for Abstracts: We invite you to participate in the 4th International Symposium. The abstract submission period is now open and those interested in giving an oral or poster presentation must submit an abstract by May 1st, 2017. Two-page extended abstracts must be submitted using the format of the template format provided on the abstract submission website. Registration is Now Open: Early registration is now open and the deadline for special, discounted rates is May 1st, 2017. For details regarding registration fees and to register for the symposium, please visit the Symposium website. For more information, please contact Edward Walsh at Edward.Walsh@boystown.org.
  5. A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: The Acoustical Society of America has partnered with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium (HDZ) to bring together a diverse community of scientists, engineers, teachers and students to the Fourth International Symposium on Acoustic Communication by Animals. This four-day symposium is designed to address contemporary topics in animal acoustic communication across a wide range of taxa, including arthropods, lizards and amphibians, as well as birds, fish and terrestrial and marine mammals. We have an extraordinary slate of keynote and invited speakers, covering a broad range of topics and taxa. Please plan to attend, participate and share your work. Pre-Symposium Workshop: The scientific program of the 4th International Symposium will be preceded on Monday, 17 July 2017, by a half-day workshop in which key questions related to The Impact of Anthropogenic Noise on Animal Acoustic Communication will be discussed. The workshop is free to all registrants. Call for Abstracts: We invite you to participate in the 4th International Symposium. The abstract submission period is now open and those interested in giving an oral or poster presentation must submit an abstract by May 1st, 2017. Two-page extended abstracts must be submitted using the format of the template format provided on the abstract submission website. Registration is Now Open: Early registration is now open and the deadline for special, discounted rates is May 1st, 2017. For details regarding registration fees and to register for the symposium, please visit the Symposium website. For more information, please contact Edward Walsh at Edward.Walsh@boystown.org. Meeting Website: http://AcousticCommunicationByAnimals.org/ Click here to view the meeting
  6. *** ENROLLMENT SPACE IS STILL AVAILABLE *** The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offering back-to-back workshops on the recording and analysis of wildlife sounds in June 2016 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Sattley, CA. The station, located at 6,000 feet elevation amid Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest, affords a wide range of recording opportunities and challenges in spectacular surroundings. The Sound Recording Workshop will be held 11–18 June; the Sound Analysis Workshop will be held 18–21 June. Participants can sign up for either workshop separately or both together. SOUND RECORDING OVERVIEW Learn state-of-the-art techniques for recording and analyzing the sounds of wildlife with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library. The week-long workshop, designed to take you from novice to capable field recordist, covers the selection and application of audio recorders and microphones, recording theory, metering, field recording techniques, and documentation for sound recordings. Each day is comprised of several hours of field recording in the morning and lectures/discussions in the afternoon. The recording course includes an introduction to visualizing sounds and making basic measurements with Raven Pro software. Your instructors will be Greg Budney, of the Macaulay Library, Bill McQuay of the Lab's Multimedia Program, Randolph Little, a Laboratory Associate with extensive recording experience, and Ashik Rahaman of the Lab’s Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND ANALYSIS OVERVIEW The Sound Analysis Workshop will delve deeper into topics such as the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), optimizing spectrogram parameters, robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven Pro easier and more efficient. Sessions will include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Your instructors will be Russ Charif and Ashik Rahaman, both of the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND RECORDING ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee is $1195 (includes tuition, class materials, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), ground transportation from/to Reno airport, food, and lodging). Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration to students and researchers. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. SOUND ANALYSIS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The standard workshop fee of $600 includes tuition, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), class materials, ground transportation from and to the Reno airport, food, and lodging. A limited number of spaces are available to participants from developing countries for a reduced fee of $300. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. TO ENROLL PLEASE CONTACT: Kelly Lee Smith <kls66@cornell.edu> or telephone, 607-254-6323 A $100 deposit is required upon initial registration to reserve your place at each workshop. Payments are accepted in the form of check or credit card.
  7. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offering back-to-back workshops on the recording and analysis of wildlife sounds in June 2016 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Sattley, CA. The station, located at 6,000 feet elevation amid Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest, affords a wide range of recording opportunities and challenges in spectacular surroundings. The Sound Recording Workshop will be held 11–18 June; the Sound Analysis Workshop will be held 18–21 June. Participants can sign up for either workshop separately or both together. SOUND RECORDING OVERVIEW Learn state-of-the-art techniques for recording and analyzing the sounds of wildlife with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library. The week-long workshop, designed to take you from novice to capable field recordist, covers the selection and application of audio recorders and microphones, recording theory, metering, field recording techniques, and documentation for sound recordings. Each day is comprised of several hours of field recording in the morning and lectures/discussions in the afternoon. The recording course includes an introduction to visualizing sounds and making basic measurements with Raven Pro software. Your instructors will be Greg Budney, of the Macaulay Library, Bill McQuay of the Lab's Multimedia Program, Randolph Little, a Laboratory Associate with extensive recording experience, and Ashik Rahaman of the Lab’s Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND ANALYSIS OVERVIEW The Sound Analysis Workshop will delve deeper into topics such as the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), optimizing spectrogram parameters, robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven Pro easier and more efficient. Sessions will include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Your instructors will be Russ Charif and Ashik Rahaman, both of the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND RECORDING ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee is $1195 (includes tuition, class materials, ground transportation from/to Reno airport, food, and lodging). Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration to students and researchers. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. SOUND ANALYSIS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The standard workshop fee of $600 includes tuition, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), class materials, ground transportation from and to the Reno airport, food, and lodging. A limited number of spaces are available to participants from developing countries for a reduced fee of $300. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. TO ENROLL PLEASE CONTACT: Kelly Lee Smith <kls66@cornell.edu> or telephone, 607-254-6323 A $100 deposit is required upon initial registration to reserve your place at each workshop. Payments are accepted in the form of check or credit card.
  8. Space still available! The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offerring back-to-back workshops on the recording and analysis of natural sounds in June 2015 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Sattley, CA. The station, at 6,000 feet elevation amid Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines, affords a wide range of recording opportunities and challenges in spectacular surroundings. The Natural Sound Recording Workshop will be held 6–13 June; the Sound Analysis Workshop will be held 13–15 June. Participants can sign up for either workshop separately or both together. SOUND RECORDING OVERVIEW Learn state-of-the-art techniques for recording and analyzing the sounds of wildlife with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library. The week-long workshop, designed to take you from novice to capable field recordist, covers the selection and application of audio recorders and microphones, recording theory, metering, recording techniques, and documentation for sound recordings. The course includes daily field recording sessions and lectures/discussions. The recording course includes a basic introduction to visualizing sounds and making simple measurements with Raven Pro software. Your instructors will be Greg Budney, of the Macaulay Library, Bill McQuay of the Lab's Multimedia Program, Karl Fitzke, audio engineer with the Macaulay Library, and Randolph Little, a Laboratory Associate with extensive recording experience. SOUND ANALYSIS OVERVIEW The Sound Analysis Workshop will delve deeper into topics such as the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), optimizing spectrogram parameters, robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven Pro easier and more efficient. Sessions will include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Your instructor will be Russ Charif, of the Lab’s Bioacoustics Research Program, assisted by Cedar Mathers-Winn. SOUND RECORDING ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee is $1095 (includes tuition, class materials, ground transportation from/to Reno airport, food, and lodging). Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration to students and researchers. Participation is limited to 20. SOUND ANALYSIS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee of $500 includes tuition, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), class materials, ground transportation from and to the Reno airport, food, and lodging.” TO ENROLL PLEASE CONTACT: Kelly Lee Smith <kls66@cornell.edu> or telephone, 607-254-6323 A $100 deposit is required upon initial registration to reserve your place at the workshop. Payments are accepted in the form of check or credit card.
  9. The Bioacoustics Research Program and the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology are considering offerring a 2-day sound analysis workshop, focusing on analysis of animal sounds using Raven Pro sound analysis software (http://www.birds.cornell.edu/brp/raven/ravenoverview.html). The workshop would occur on 14-15 June 2014, at the Sierra Nevada Field Campus of San Francisco State University ( http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/index.html). Workshop topics would include the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven easier and more efficient. Sessions would include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Specific details of the content would depend on interests of the participants. Participants would be expected to provide their own Windows or Mac laptop. Enrollment preference for this analysis workshop will be given to people who have already registered for the Macaulay Library's Sound Recording Workshop (http://macaulaylibrary.org/field-recording). However, a few slots may be available on a first-come, first-served basis for additional participants not enrolled in the recording workshop. If you may be interested in this workshop, please indicate your level of interest and provide contact info by following this link: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6nZMZs14RP1Efu5 Please respond by noon Pacific time (UCT+8) on 23 April. (If you are registered for the recording workshop and already responded to a similar query, please do NOT respond again.) The final decision as to whether the workshop will be held will be made on Thursday 24 April, and will depend on the number of responses we receive; we will contact all who indicate interest no later than 25 April to let you know whether or not the workshop will occur. Schedule: Lectures, demos, and hands-on work would occur on Saturday and Sunday, 14-15 June. Participants should plan on arriving at the field campus the evening of Friday, 13 June, and departing on the morning of Monday, 16 June. Cost: Cost of the workshop would be $368, which includes lodging for three nights (10 x 16-foot tents, may be double occupancy; see the field campus website for details) and meals for 2 days. Questions? Contact Russ Charif, r.charif@cornell.edu.
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