State Divisions

There are over 700 members of the Society and each belongs to a State Divisions (normally the state within which they work).  Details of the State Division committee members are below.

RoleNameOrganisation
Division ChairMr Angus LESLIE, MAASRenzo Tonin & Associates Pty Ltd SYD
Division Committee MemberDr Con Joseph DOOLAN, MAASFaculty of Engineering
Division Committee MemberMr Mattia TABACCHI, MAASRenzo Tonin & Associates Pty Ltd SYD
Division Committee MemberMr Matthew James HARRISON, MAASPulse Acoustic Consultancy
Division Committee MemberMr Rodney Owen STEVENS, MAASRodney Stevens Acoustics Pty Ltd
Division Committee MemberA/Prof Ray KIRBY, MAASUniversity of Technology Sydney
Division Membership GradingMr John Henry WASSERMANN, MAASWilkinson Murray Pty Ltd SYD
Division SecretaryMs Laura KEEN, MAASAECOM Australia Pty Ltd
Division TreasurerMr David SUWANDI, MAASRenzo Tonin & Associates Pty Ltd SYD
Division Vice-ChairMr Jeffrey PARNELL, MAASSydney Metro Rail

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The Society is governed by a Federal Council formed of representatives from each State in which there is a Division. The State Divisions are responsible for all local activities in their States including organising technical meetings, seminars social functions and, from time to time, they are invited to organise the Society's Annual Conference. 

Technical meetings are held approximately every month according to availability of speakers and places of interest. These meetings normally consist of a lecture given by an invited guest on some subject of interest related to acoustics or vibration. Other technical meetings consist of workshops, a visit to a factory, laboratory, auditorium or some other place of interest to the members of the Society. The Divisions also hold social functions to enable members to meet each other on an informal basis. For more information on meetings please see the Divisional Notices link.

The annual conference is organised by the State Divisions in turn and usually last for two days. The conference is widely advertised and is attended by members and visitors from Australia and overseas.