October 14, 2011 - AES New York, AES Budapest, iPhone/Android App, Call for Papers on Auditory Displays and Audio Forensics, Job Board Update, New Journal
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AES 131st Convention - AES New York 2011
It's hard to believe, but AES New York starts next week! If you haven't looked lately please check out the preliminary technical program and our list of exhibitors. Registration has been extended and now ends this Monday - October 17th!
Don't forget that AES members can get a free VIP exhibits-only badge - simply go to the AES Member Registration page and login - you don't even need a VIP code! We also offer AES members huge discounts on the full technical program - it's a great way to get caught up on the latest research and techniques.
AES 132nd Convention - AES Budapest 2012
Save the date! The AES is holding its first ever convention in Budapest, Hungary this coming April. The Call for Papers will be available shortly and we will be accepting both abstract and precis for normal papers AND full papers for fully peer reviewed papers.
In an effort to provide 131st AES Convention attendees with up-to-the-minute details on Convention events, AES webmaster Steve Johnson has coordinated the development of a mobile app that will work on iOS devices, such as the iPhone and iPad, plus most Android devices. Available for free download at the Apple and Android stores or via links on the Audio Engineering Society website, the app is loaded with extensive information about the 131st AES Convention, set for Oct. 20-23 at NY’s Javits Convention Center. Additionally, it will be updated frequently to provide ongoing news and videos to keep it a vital year-round AES information source.
The AES “News” tab includes convention news and a full list of exhibitors, plus maps of the technical sessions and the exhibition floor can be found in the “Photos” tab. The “Events” tab features the entire Convention Technical Program Calendar to enable attendees to add each session to their mobile device calendar. Each day’s events are grouped together, and each session includes a descriptive abstract and participant list. (More details...)
Publication Date: Summer 2012
Auditory Display is a highly interdisciplinary area of research concerning all aspects of the use of sound to convey information and ideas. The focus of this special issue is on auditory displays and the range of interdisciplinary issues related to their use. We invite the submission of high-quality papers in all areas of interest to those who work with sound as a medium for conveying information and ideas. Submitted papers will address the concerns shared by those who work primarily with informational and affective aspects of sound including sonification of data and processes, synthetic and composed sound, musical sound, natural sound, and all issues related to interaction with sound, specifically, how it is presented to and apprehended by listeners. Submissions are sought on topics that extend from basic research in auditory display to application domains in the arts and sciences, mobile applications, accessibility, audio technology, information and communications technology, computer games, engineering analysis, medicine, and more.
Original papers presenting unpublished material relating to research in, but not restricted to, the topics listed below are invited for consideration for the special issue. Download the Call For Papers (PDF) and then submit complete 4- to 10-page papers by 2011 November 11.
AES 46th International Conference
The AES 46th International Conference is dedicated to exploring advances in the field of Audio Forensics by providing a platform for research related to the forensic application of speech/signal processing, acoustical analyses, audio authentication, and the examination of methodologies and best practices. A special focus will be made on the practice of audio forensics as a whole of its parts: the recording, recovery, analysis, and interpretation of audio evidence.
The AES 46th Conference Committee invites the submission of research and technical papers. By January 20, 2012, a proposed title, 60-120 word abstract, and a 500-1000 word précis of the paper must be submitted to the AES 46th Committee.
Tutorials and workshops will compliment the conference papers sessions by providing panel presentations and lectures led by experts in the field. These events will provide in-depth yet practical discussions related to forensic audio analysis while demonstrating the application of science in real world scenarios. Authors are also encouraged to submit proposals for workshops and tutorials.
The Committee also invites vendors with products related to the forensic analysis of audio to participate in the 46th Conference Exhibition which will include tabletop demonstration as well as organized presentations during conference proceedings. Special consideration will be given to conference Sponsors.
The AES Job Board is where our sustaining members post their latest job openings. As an AES member you have exclusive access to this list. The most recent postings can be found here:
This issue includes: