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IOA stands for Institute of Acoustics

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Gerges , President ICA and Vice President, I-INCE, Gerald Stewart, Acoustic Director, AECOM, Roger Kelly, Chairman Designate, Building Acoustic Group Committee, Institute of Acoustics UK, Daryl Prasad , Managing Director UK, Marshall Day Acoustics, Nizar Kamouna, Senior Project Manager, KEO International Consultants in speaking at Acoustics in Construction Saudi Arabia summit, a four day forum being held in Riyadh from 10 - 13 April 2011.
The participants were MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the OGI School of Science and Engineering of the Oregon Health & Science University working in collaboration with the Institute of Acoustics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Speech Research Lab of Queensland University of Technology, R523 (DoD), the Department of Electrical Engineering of the University of Washington, and a collaboration of the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse and the Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage (Lyon).
the "Company") (Nasdaq: CMED), a leading China-based medical device company that develops, manufactures and markets high intensity focused ultrasound products and advanced in-vitro diagnostic systems, today announced that the Company has entered into a 10-year collaboration agreement with the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Acoustics (the "Institute") to establish a medical research laboratory that is expected to be used as a platform for the development and commercialization of acoustic medical devices.
During the recent Institute of Acoustics conference into wind turbine noise in Cardiff, noise vibration and acoustics consultant Dr Geoff Leventhall said there was no doubt people living near the turbines suffered a range of symptoms, including abnormal heart beats, sleep disturbance, headaches, tinnitus, nausea, visual blurring, panic attacks and general irritability ("Turbine noise?