January 5, 2011 - 41st Registration Discount Extended, 42nd Call for Papers, Job Board Update, November Journal Online
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AES 41st International Conference, 2011
We have just extended the AES Audio for Games early-bird registration deadline to January 12th. By registering now you can save a full £50 off your registration fee. A full technical programme is now available online where you will see that UK games veteran John Broomhall will be giving what promises to be a very entertaining keynote.
AES 42nd International Conference, 2011
Semantic Audio refers to the research and development targeted toward content-based handling of digital audio recordings. The rapid evolution of digital audio technologies, audio compression, and streaming has significantly changed the way digital audio is created, processed, and consumed today. New audio content can be produced at a very low cost. Thus the sheer amount of available audio data grows more and more each day. Content-based management of audio recordings is essential to enable efficient use of these data. Aside from audio retrieval and recommendation techniques, the semantics of audio signals are also becoming more important in object-oriented audio coding, editing, and processing. Recent product releases demonstrate this, but many more innovative functionalities are becoming available.
This conference will give a broad overview of the state of the art and address many of the new scientific disciplines involved in this still-emerging field. Our purpose is to continue fostering this line of interdisciplinary research. This is reflected by the wide variety of invited speakers presenting at the conference. Talks will be given by Karlheinz Brandenburg, Dan Barry, Masataka Goto, Meinard Mueller, Christof Faller, Juergen Herre, Jay LeBoeuf, Matija Marolt, Markus Cremer, Bjoern Schuller, and Sebastian Stober. For an up-to-date list of the invited talks, please refer to the conference website.
Proposed papers will be assessed through full paper review. Manuscripts of maximum 10 pages (3000 words) are to be submitted by February 27, 2011 at www.aes.org/42nd_authors, which you can visit for more information and complete instructions. For a full list of proposed topic areas please visit our Call for Papers.
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