Please take a minute to review the following important items related
to your presentation at the AES 123rd Convention in New York.
1. Presenting authors receive free registration.
All presenting authors receive free convention registration (only one
author per paper). You must register online
using the participant's registration form. If you register before
September 10th your badge will be mailed to you before the convention.
Authors who register after September 10th should pick up their badges at the
registration booth at the Javits Center. Nonpresenting coauthors must
pay the regular registration fee.
2. Fill out the online facilities form.
All presenting authors must fill out the online
facilities form as soon as possible. (Poster presenters do not need
to fill out this form - see point #6 below.)
3. Presenting authors receive 30 free copies of papers.
Authors can pick up their 30 copies at the AES Publications Booth.
4. Check the current schedule online.
Click here to see the current list of
papers sessions for the day and time of your presentation. The schedule
is close to being final, but changes are still possible so check back
5. Session chairs.
All presenting authors, both lectures and posters, should meet in the
Authors' Room at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start of their
session. All lecture papers are scheduled for 30-minute presentations,
which will include a short introduction of the presenting author and a
5-minute question-and-answer session at the end. Authors are requested
to remain in the lecture room throughout the session to answer follow-up
questions that may arise during or after other papers in the session.
The session chairs are:
|P1 Perception I||William Martens
|P2 Signal Processing I||Duane Wise
|P3 Perception II||Poppy Crum
|P4 Signal Processing II||Alan Seefeldt
|P6 Perception III||Brent Edwards
|P7 Signal Processing III||Dana Massie
|P9 Audio Coding||James Johnston
|P10 Automotive Audio and Amplifiers||Richard Stroud
|P12 Audio Content Management||Rob Maher
|P13 Acoustic Modeling I||Kurt Graffy
|P14 Signal Processing Applied to Music||John Strawn
|P15 Acoustic Modeling II||Geoff Martin
|P16 Signal Processing for Room Correction||Rhonda Wilson
|P18 Audio Forensics||Durand Begault
|P19 Signal Processing for 3D Audio I||Jean-Marc Jot
|P20 Applications in Audio I||Michael Kelly
|P22 Signal Processing for 3D Audio II||Soren Bech
|P23 Applications in Audio II||Juha Backman
6. Poster guidelines.
Authors making poster presentations should
download the guidelines
for posters. Authors should go to the Author's Room 30 minutes before
the start of their session to get pushpins for securing posters to the
7. Further questions?
If you have any questions you can contact
Bill McQuaide or the
papers cochairs, Agnieszka Roginska
and Veronique Larcher.
You can also view information about the
Student Paper Competition.