Noise Control Engineering Journal Looking for a New Book Review Editor

The Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ) is looking for an interested individual to step into the role of Book Review Editor.

For several years, NCEJ has provided reviews of books of interest to the noise control community. These reviews are also published in the Noise/News International blog and on the INCE-USA website.

We are currently looking to fill the position of Book Review Editor. The editor is responsible for working with publishers to obtain books for review and for soliciting and working with reviewers to obtain high-quality reviews.

Typically, the bimonthly NCEJ issues have three to eight reviews covering a wide range of topics related to noise control. To date, publishers have generously provided books for review free of charge, and the reviewers have been allowed to keep the books reviewed. In most cases, reviews require two to three months.

This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the noise control community and see the latest books in the field.

  • We would be pleased to talk to you about this position and answer any questions you may have.
  • Please feel free to contact Jim Thompson, NCEJ Editor, at

The Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ) is a joint publication of the International Institute of Noise Control Engineering and the Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the United States. This bimonthly peer-reviewed journal seeks papers covering all aspects of noise control, from source identification to practical noise reduction applications.

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