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AES sections worldwide provide face-to-face, member-to-member engagement. Connect with your peers, learn from industry veterans, meet your next employer or employee. Section activities promote personal growth and stimulate local and international business.
The Technical Council coordinates research, publication and events on technical topics in many distinct fields of audio engineering theory and practice. These fields are represented by Technical Committees, whose members concentrate on tracking and reporting the latest advances in technologies and applications.
The purpose of the AES Historical Committee is to collect, create and distribute accurate historical information about the field of audio engineering. Resources developed by the Historical Committee include online documents, searchable indices, AES Journal articles, oral histories and multimedia content.
The AES honors high achievement in audio engineering and distinguished service to industry and the Society by presenting awards at its Fall and Spring international conventions. The Awards Committee compiles nominations from the membership, reviews the qualifications of candidates, and makes award recommendations to the Board of Governors.
The Education Committee provides oversight for the Student Delegate Assembly, publishes career guidance and special educational materials, maintains the Educational Directory of institutions offering programs in audio education, and coordinates technical paper sessions and workshops at AES conventions, conferences and special meetings.
The AES Standards Committee (AESSC) is the organization responsible for conducting the AES Standards Program. It develops and publishes a number of technical standards, information documents and technical reports within the field of professional audio technology.
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Audio Preservation Engineer at Indiana University
Section: Central Indiana