Chairs: Gavin Kearney and Damian Murphy. Email: email@example.com
Papers chairs: Tony Tew and Duncan Williams. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop/Tutorial chair: Hyunkook Lee. Email: email@example.com
Immersive audio systems are ubiquitous and range from macro-systems installed in cinemas, theatres and concert halls to micro-systems for domestic, in-car entertainment, VR/AR and mobile platforms. New developments in human-computer interaction, in particular head and body motion tracking and artificial intelligence, are paving the way for adaptive and intelligent audio technologies that promote audio personalisation and heightened levels of immersion. Interactive audio systems can now readily utilise non-tactile data such as listener location, orientation, gestural control and even biometric feedback such as heart rate or skin conductance, to intelligently adjust immersive sound output. Such systems offer new creative possibilities for a diverse range of applications from virtual and augmented reality through to automotive audio and beyond. This opens up exciting new opportunities for artists and audio producers to create compelling immersive experiences. This three-day conference will explore the unique space where interactive technologies and immersive audio meet and aims to exploit the synergies between these fields. The conference will include keynote lectures, technical paper sessions, tutorials and workshops, as well as technological and artistic demonstrations of immersive and interactive audio.
All submissions should have a clear connection with immersive and interactive audio. We encourage multidisciplinary approaches to the area and an exploration of the interactions between theory and practice. Submissions may be in the form of paper and workshop proposals.
Papers may be presented in the oral sessions or as a poster, at the discretion of the committee, although authors may indicate a preference. Authors should submit a full paper for peer review from the outset. All proposals are to be submitted at http://www.aes.org/2019iia_authors by 1st October 2018. Acceptance of papers will be determined by the committee based on peer review. Accepted authors will be notified by 1st December 2018. Final manuscripts of a maximum of 10 pages (3000 words) must be submitted by 15th January 2019. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about potential paper submissions.
Workshop and tutorial proposals should be submitted to http://www.aes.org/2019iia_authors by 1st Nov 2018, including title, abstract (300 words), and a technical description of the session. Additional supporting images can also be submitted. More information regarding available facilities will be available shortly. If accepted, title and abstract will be included in the proceedings. Acceptance will be notified by 15th January 2019. Please contact email@example.com if you have any queries about potential workshop and tutorial submissions.
A reduced registration fee will be available for authors. At least one author of each contribution must pay to register and attend to present. The authors’ rate will be available for any author wishing to attend the conference.
Papers will be published in the AES E-Library no earlier than 10 days before the conference start date.
Technical paper (peer-reviewed)
• Full paper deadline: 1st October 2018
• Acceptance emailed: 1st December 2018
• Camera-ready submission: 15th January 2019
Workshop / Tutorials
• Proposal deadline: 1st November 2018
• Acceptance emailed: 15th January 2019
Authors will have the option of submitting Open Access papers.