Joshua Reiss, Professor in Audio Engineering at Queen Mary University of London, has been elected as President-Elect of the Audio Engineering Society.
The Audio Engineering Society (AES) has recently announced the incoming officers and Governors after their recent 2020 Board of Directors and Board of Governors elections. The Society’s membership elected Professor Reiss as President-Elect. He will serve a year as President-Elect, in 2022 as President, in 2023 as Past-President and two years as a Governor. He will begin his term on January 1, 2021.
“The AES has immense value, from educating audio engineering students, to assisting professionals and supporting industry. I believe that the AES is the perfect meeting place for a diverse community of practitioners, educators, researchers and enthusiasts. The ideas and synergies from the interaction between industry and academia at AES events is inspiring. The AES continues to shape and support careers across the spectrum, and I am committed to expanding its scope and raising awareness of its activities.”
“Congratulations to all the newly elected Governors and officers of the AES,” says President Agnieszka Roginska. “We look forward to the new ideas and energy they will bring to AES governance. All of the candidates on the 2020 ballot were extremely qualified – they honored the Society with their willingness to serve, and for that we offer our sincere thanks. To those leaving the Boards, we express our deepest gratitude for their service and commitment to the Society.”
The AES is the largest professional society in audio engineering and related fields. The Audio Engineering Society (AES) has over 12,000 members, over 75 AEC professional sections and more than 95 AEC student sections. It is the only professional society devoted exclusively to audio technology. It was founded in the United States in 1948 and has grown to become an international organisation that unites audio engineers, creative artists, scientist and students worldwide by promoting advances in audio and disseminating new knowledge and research.
To find out more about the Audio Engineering Society, please follow this link: http://www.aes.org/