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Nadja Wallaszkovits elected AES president

Nadja Wallaszkovits elected AES president

Nadja Wallaszkovits elected AES president

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Nadja Wallaszkovits is the new president of the Audio Engineering Society (AES). She has been involved with the organisation for 25 years in various roles, most recently serving as president-elect on the executive committee of the AES Board of Governors.

‘Having worked with Nadja for many years as part of the AES team, we look forward to having her serve in the role of president, as the Society continues our mission to promote science and education in the field of audio engineering,’ said former AES president David Scheirman. ‘Nadja’s knowledge of audio engineering technologies and experience within the AES will be a valuable asset in the coming year.’

During her AES tenure, Ms Wallaszkovits has also served as convention co-chair and received several AES Board of Governors Awards for her work on both the 142nd (Berlin) and 144th (Milan) AES International Conventions. Other roles with the organisation include stints as vice chair of the Austrian section and on the Technical Committee on Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries, and working in Standards on the SC-07 Subcommittee on Metadata for Audio.

‘I became associated with the AES for the first time in the early days of my audio education when a professor recommended that I join the society and invited me to attend the local section’s meetings,’ said Ms Wallaszkovits. ‘I was immediately excited – it was my first chance to meet the well-respected audio professionals of our country, to listen to their presentations, discuss current topics and become involved in the community. This powerful impression and experience profoundly impacted my professional life and has deeply linked me with AES and our community.

‘AES offers a unique, collegial community. I would like to thank our membership, numerous business partners, supporters, volunteers, and the AES staff for their continuous engagement in the Society. We look forward to a highly-successful year in 2019.’

Outside of the AES, Ms Wallaszkovits is currently chief audio engineer at the Austrian Academy of Sciences’ Phonogrammarchiv. She manages a public/private partnership between the Phonogrammarchiv and NOA Gmbh that manages the restoration of acetate media. She is also vice chair of the Technical Committee of the International Association of Sound Archives (IASA) and is a member of its Training and Education Committee.



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