June 20, 2012 - San Francisco Convention, Calls for Contributions and eBriefs, Job Board Update, New Journal
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AES 133rd Convention
Preparations for the 133rd Convention in San Francisco are well advanced and the committee is working hard to create an unmissable program for the world’s largest gathering of audio engineers. Plan now to listen, learn and connect with your colleagues from around the world in California this October!
Hotel reservations can already be made and an initial list of exhibitors is now posted on the convention website. New exhibitor applications are still being accepted. Please join us by exhibiting at the 133rd AES Convention, and let the pro audio market and industry come to you. The Audio Engineering Society Conventions feature the only exhibits devoted exclusively to the pro audio industry. We’d also be pleased to hear from any potential new sponsors for this premier audio gathering.
Although the papers deadline has now passed, we are still accepting eBriefs for presentation at this event (see below). Tell any EE students you might know about the Student Design Competition, which is an opportunity for aspiring hardware and software engineers to participate in a worldwide contest and gain recognition for their hard work and technical creativity. It’s a rare opportunity for students to have their projects reviewed by the best minds in the business and an invaluable career-building event.
AES 49th Conference - Audio for Games
The nature of game-audio continues to evolve. This conference will focus on the latest challenges and changes that the industry has faced in recent years. It aims to reflect the needs and interests of all professionals working in or around the area of game audio, further the dialog between existing industry experts, create a forum for sharing techniques and technology, and help advance game audio on current and future platforms. As well as the usual lectures and poster sessions, the conference will also consist of demonstrations, panel discussions, tutorials, and workshops. This call invites contributions in all formats, and we encourage proposers to think beyond the usual conference paper/poster format.
AES 50th Conference - Audio Education
The Audio Engineering Society’s first conference dedicated specifically to audio education is coming up next July. If you're working in that area, don't miss your chance to share your work with colleagues from around the world. The aim is to address the subject through a focused series of presentations, papers, workshops, case studies and discussion. We encourage multidisciplinary approaches to the area and an exploration of the interaction between industry, curricula, and professional practice. Contributions may be in the following formats: paper (to be presented in the main sessions); poster or demonstration (to be presented in the poster sessions); tutorial, panel, or workshop proposals to be held in the main conference thread.
AES 133rd Convention - San Francisco 2012
You could propose an eBrief for the San Francisco convention, to share your work with the world's audio engineers. eBriefs are intended to be short talks or poster presentations.
Topics can be very wide-ranging, such as studio experience, equipment construction, new loudspeaker concepts, room acoustic measurements, analysis of audio equipment, and project studio startups, to name just a few. Relaxed reviewing of submissions will consider mainly whether they are of interest to AES convention attendees and are not overly commercial.
The AES Job Board is where audio companies post their latest job openings. As an AES member you receive notifications of the most recent postings here:
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