|Chair:||Robert Schulein||Send Email|
|Vice Chair:||Michael Santucci||Send Email|
|Vice Chair:||Jan Voetmann||Send Email|
1. Raising AES member awareness of the normal and abnormal functions of the hearing process.
2. Raising AES member awareness of the risk and consequences of hearing loss resulting from excessive sound exposure.
3. Coordinating and providing technical guidance for the AES supported hearing testing and consultation programs at US and European Conventions.
4. Facilitating the maintenance and refinement of a database of audiometric test results and exposure information on AES members.
5. Forging a cooperative union between AES members, audio equipment manufacturers and the hearing the hearing conservation communities for purposes of developing strategies, technologies, and tools to reduce and prevent hearing loss.
This committee is associated with the following session
at AES Los Angeles 2016:|
If you are interested in participating in the committee's work please send an e-mail to the chair Robert Schulein. Please indicate in your e-mail that you are interested in the AESTC-HHLP. We welcome those interested in joining the committee to attend a future committee meeting. AES and non AES members are always welcome. Please Note: You do not have to be an AES member to join this committee, however you must be an AES member to serve as Chair or Vice-Chair of the committee. The committee communicates by means of an e-mail reflector site. This committee meets approximately evety 6 months at alternate European and US conventions.
The AESTC on Hearing and Hearing Loss
Prevention was established in 2005 with
five initial goals focused on informing the
membership as to important aspects of the
hearing process and issues related to hearing
loss, so as to promote engineering based
solutions to improve hearing and
reduce hearing loss. Its aims include the
following: raising AES member awareness
of the normal and abnormal functions of
the hearing process; raising AES member
awareness of the risk and consequences of
hearing loss resulting from excessive sound
exposure; coordinating and providing technical
guidance for the AES-supported hearing
testing and consultation programs at
U.S. and European conventions; facilitating
the maintenance and refinement of a database
of audiometric test results and exposure
information on AES members; forging
a cooperative union between AES members,
audio equipment manufacturers, hearing
instrument manufacturers, and the hearing
conservation community for purposes of
developing strategies, technologies, and
tools to reduce and prevent hearing loss.
2015-4-16 Hearing loops - the preferred assistive listening technology
Description: Journal article from April 2015 on the benefits of hearing loops
|Elizabeth Cohen||Gordon Reid||Ivan Stamac|
|Jan Voetmann||Peter Mapp||Laurie Wells|
|Brian Fligor||Marilee Potthoff||Robert Schulein|
|Bozena Kostek||Scott Snyder||Richard S Stroud|
|William L Martens||Ian Kuhn||Michael Santucci|
|Jeff Schwartz||Pam Gunn||Beno Groothoff|
|Waldo Nogueira||Keith Gordon||Marshall Chasin|
|John Usher||J M Woodgate||Christopher Struck|
|Jason Corey||Gonzalo J. Rodriguez||Jeanne Stiernberg|
|J. Keith McElveen||Preben Kvist||Lawrence Revit|
|Jon Boley||Ainslie Harris||Omatali Beckett|
|Neil Cherian||Benjamin Kanters||Vicki Silver|
|Anton Schlesinger||Stephen Ambrose||Jan van Doorn|
|Kathy Peck||Jaime Serquera||Charles Chan|
|John Dawson||Michiel Van Eeden||Dorte Hammershoi|
|Tom Fritsch||Jonny Jensen||Joseph Blasingame|
|Benjamin Mesiti||Kristin Bidwell||Zhong Xuan|
|Colin Bigland||Retnaguru Sandrakasan|
To request membership in this Technical Committee please email the Chair by using the link above.