AES 143rd Convention, 2017 New York, NY, USA
Dates: 2017 Oct 18–21
Location: Javits Center, New York
Papers chairs: Braxton Boren and Areti Andreopoulou
Proposals describing work in any area of audio engineering and its related arts and sciences will be considered for inclusion in convention sessions. A detailed list of proposed topics is given below.
Authors may submit proposals in three categories:
1. Complete-manuscript peer-reviewed convention papers
2. Abstract-precis-reviewed convention papers
3. Synopsis-reviewed engineering briefs
Submitting a Proposal
Category 1 and 2 proposals are to be submitted electronically to the AES 143rd proposal submission site at www.aes.org/143rd_authors by 2017 May 31.
For the complete-manuscript peer-reviewed convention papers (category 1), authors are asked to submit papers of 4–10 pages to the submission site. These complete-manuscript papers will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field, and authors will be notified of acceptance by 2017 July 5. Final manuscript with revisions requested by the reviewers have to be submitted before 2017 July 26. If rejected as a convention paper (Cat. 1), the proposal may still be accepted for categories 2 or 3.
For abstract-precis-reviewed proposals (Cat. 2), a title, 60-to 120-word abstract, and 500- to 750-word précis of the proposed paper must be submitted by 2017 May 31. Authors will be notified of acceptance by 2017 June 28, and the authors must submit their final manuscripts (4 to 10 pages) before 2017 July 26. If rejected from this category, the proposal may be still be accepted as an engineering brief (Cat. 3).
Papers exceeding 10 pages run the risk of rejection without review. If such a paper is accepted the author will be charged a fee of $25 for every page over 10.
For engineering briefs (Cat. 3), authors must supply a short synopsis to http://www.aes.org/143rd_authors by 2017 August 9 to indicate their desire to present an engineering brief, followed later by an electronic manuscript. Topics for the engineering briefs can be very wide-ranging. Relaxed reviewing of submissions will consider mainly whether they are of interest to AES convention attendees and are not overly commercial. PDF manuscripts of 1–5 pages following the prescribed template must be submitted by 2017 September 6.
Presenting authors (one per paper for all 3 categories) will be required to pay the full 4-day convention registration fee (member and student member rates are lower than nonmember rates).
Publication in the E-Library
All convention papers will be available in the AES E-Library no earlier than 10 days before the convention starts. All individual AES members now have free access to the E-Library. Any non-member author paying the non-member price for a four day All Access badge will also be given free access to download the convention papers from the E-Library.
Presenting authors who are student members and whose convention papers (Cat. 1 or 2) are accepted will be eligible for the Student Paper Award at the 143rd; peer-reviewed Cat. 1 papers are given preference by the award judges.
Presenting authors of accepted Cat. 1 papers will be eligible for the Best Peer-Reviewed Paper Award.
Poster or Lecture
During the online submission process you will be asked to specify whether you prefer to present your paper in a lecture or poster session. Highly detailed papers are better suited to poster sessions, which permit greater interaction between author and audience. The convention committee reserves the right to reassign papers to any session, lecture or poster.
The submission site, www.aes.org/143rd_authors, will be available by early March.
Proposal (Cat. 1 and 2) deadline: 2017 May 31
Acceptance (précis proposals, Cat. 2) emailed: 2017 June 28
Acceptance (full papers, Cat. 1) emailed: 2017 July 5
Final manuscript (Cat 1 and 2) deadline: 2017 July 26
Engineering brief (Cat. 3) proposal deadline: 2017 August 9
Engineering brief (Cat. 3) 1–5 page PDF deadline: 2017 September 6
Authors can pay an additional fee to make papers Open Access. See our Open Access page for more information.
Audio applications and technologies
Audio for mobile and handheld devices
Audio in education
Networked, Internet, and remote audio
Auditory display and sonification
New audio interfaces
Web 2.0 technologies
Audio content management
Archiving and restoration
Automatic content description
Audio and music information retrieval
Analysis and synthesis of sound
Music and speech signal processing
Auditory scene analysis
High resolution audio
Audio coding and compression
Microphones, converters, and amplifiers
Loudspeakers and headphones
Wireless and wearable audio
Instrumentation and measurement
Musical instrument design
Protocols and data formats
Multichannel and spatial audio
Audio for Virtual / Augmented Reality Environments
Sound design / acoustic simulation of immersive audio environments
Evaluation of spatial audio
Spatial audio applications
Hearing loss, protection, and enhancement
Listening tests and evaluation
Recording, Production, and Reproduction
Live event and stage audio
Mixing, remixing, and mastering
Room and architectural acoustics
Sound design and reinforcement
Studio recording techniques