December 3, 2009 - 128th Update and Call for Papers, Call for Awards, 38th Call For Contributions, New Journal
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Save the date! The AES returns to London after a 23 year absence. The new slightly revised dates are May 22-25, 2010. We will be posting more information soon.
Call For Papers
The AES 128th Convention Committee invites submission of technical papers for presentation at the May 22 to 25 meeting in London. A proposed title, 60- to 120-word abstract, and 500- to 750-word précis of the paper must be submitted electronically to the AES 128th proposal submission site by December 18, 2009.
You can read the rest of the Call for Papers, including proposed paper topics, by reading the full PDF.
Nominees are presented by the members and officers of the AES to the Awards Committee on a continuing basis. In addition, AES Section Chairs are hereby requested to send in names of outstanding local section members.
The Awards Committee will consider the nominees, validate credentials and contributions, confirm the award categories, and prepare a slate of recipients to be voted on by the Board of Governors. Approved awards will be presented at a special ceremony during forthcoming AES conventions.
The committee is eager to learn of all those who deserve recognition in the audio field. New for 2009 is the ability to submit a candidate online instead of mailing in a PDF.
AES 38th International Conference, 2010
The 38th Conference committee invites papers from those working in the theory, practice, and application of sound quality evaluation. It also aims to offer invited presentations from experts working in related fields, as well as workshops, demonstrations, and on-site experiments. Papers cochairs: Søren Bech and Francis Rumsey (Please submit paper proposals using the author website.)
Nov. 4, 2009: Author website opens at http://www.aes.org/38th_authors
Papers for the conference will be submitted to a screening review. Authors should indicate if they wish their paper to be considered for full review and publication in the AES Journal.
Proposals for practical demonstrations, experiments, and workshops are also welcomed, and should be sent by 2010 January 13 to workshops chair: Nick Zacharov
The full call for papers, including proposed topic areas, can be downloaded from http://www.aes.org/events/38/
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