DAGA 2021 - 47. Jahrestagung für Akustik, 15. - 18. August 2021

DAGA 2021 is hybrid

Dear colleagues,
While a large number of participants have already registered for DAGA 2021 in Vienna and are looking forward to live participation, we have understandably also received many enquiries about "online participation". We have understood that we need both: therefore, DAGA 2021 will be hybrid.

While our focus remains on the on-site event, from now on you have the option to select online participation when registering.
Register here
Those who do not do so are registered for on-site participation by default. Via your registration account you also have the option to switch to the other participation mode after registration.
You are surely aware that online participation cannot replace the networking, learning and discussion of a live conference, but in uncertain times it is a fallback option in case of need.

With confident greetings,

Holger Waubke and Peter Balazs (conference chairs)
and the entire DAGA team

DAGA 2021 has been postponed!

After the big disappointment about the ban on the DAGA 2020, which was planned with heart and soul, and the further development of the pandemic, we were concerned about the DAGA 2021: Can the DAGA 2021 really take place in Vienna in mid-March? Is a vaccine available in time?
Due to this great uncertainty and the need to hold DAGA 2021 not just virtually but with personal contacts face to face, the conference chairs and the DEGA board decided to postpone DAGA 2021:

DAGA 2021 will take place on August 15-18, 2021 (Sunday - Wednesday).

The date in August offers the special opportunity to spend some more summery days, gladly with your company, in the most liveable city in the world, the beautiful Vienna. For this purpose we are planning a flexible program for accompanying persons and inform you about the cultural highlights of Vienna.
The Messe Wien is a very comfortable house in the heart of the city.

Please enter the new DAGA date in your calendar as well as all important dates and deadlines around DAGA (see right column).

It is well possible that after 2.5 years of absence from DAGA, we can finally get together physically again, to examine the work of our colleagues, to get to know the exhibiting companies better, to participate in the extensive excursion program, and to establish and maintain contacts in a relaxed environment at the two planned evening events.
Participation in the preliminary colloquia on Sunday, August 15, is free of charge.

We look forward to your participation!

Vienna: Music Capital and UNESCO World Heritage Site

The location of Austria’s capital was immortalized in Johann Strauss II’s ‘The Blue Danube’ waltz. Written in 1866, the waltz not only describes the river running through Vienna, but also the love the Viennese have for music, song and extravagant balls. Lying just east of the Northern Alps, the city is famous for its artistic and intellectual heritage, boasting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Egon Schiele, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sigmund Freud, Arnold Schönberg, Gustav Klimt and Otto Wagner among others. The historic center and the Schönbrunn Palace are designated UNESCO cultural heritage sites. The Ringstrasse – a circular boulevard around the center – lords a collection of monumental buildings, not least of which is the Vienna State Opera, which celebrated its 150th anniversary last year, and hosts the annual Vienna Opera Ball during the carnival season.

Vienna is once again hosting the DAGA, having first organized the conference in 1990. The 47th annual conference is taking place in the Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center – next to the Viennese Prater. Located close to central Vienna, the former imperial hunting ground was declared a recreational space for the Viennese in 1766, and has been home to the Wurstelprater amusement park since 1825. The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair brought the area international recognition.

The DAGA 2021 is being organized primarily by the Acoustics Research Institute (ARI) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW). The ARI’s 43 employees conduct application-oriented interdisciplinary pure research in acoustics, synergizing findings in the fields of physics, psychology, phonetics, telecommunications, biology and mathematics.

The OeAW is Austria’s largest non-university research and science institution. Its statutory mission is to “promote science in every way”. Founded in 1847 as a learned society, today the OeAW has over 770 members and 1,700 employees dedicated to innovative basic research, interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and the dissemination of new insights with the aim of contributing to progress in science and society as a whole.

We are looking forward to being your hosts and giving you a warm welcoming in Vienna.

Holger Waubke and Peter Balazs

Corona News
Large events are allowed again in Austria, further relaxations announced for early July [read more]

Late Poster
Submit Late Posters now until 01 July 2021

DEGA Student Grants
The DEGA with support by the ÖAW awards grants for students to attend DAGA conference. Closing date: June 30, 2021 - Read more

Important deadlines

Jun 15, 2021
Last call for registering with reduced participant fee

Jul 01, 2021
Deadline for abstract submission of "late posters"

Aug 8, 2021
Application deadline for the poster award

Aug 11, 2021
Deadline for all submissions:
for online lecture: video
for on-site lecture: presentation
for poster authors: poster file

Sep 15, 2021
Deadline for final paper submission

The International Year of Sound was extended to 2021.