AES International Conference, 2007
London, UK June 25-27, 2007
Call for papers
The 31st International Audio Engineering Society Conference, entitled "New Directions in High Resolution Audio", will be held at Queen Mary, University of London, from June 25th-27th, 2007.
This Conference is concerned with the promotion and delivery of high resolution audio, by maintaining quality throughout the recording and playback chain with current and future technologies. It reflects the tremendous recent growth of high resolution audio techniques and products intended for use throughout the audio recording and playback chain. However, issues remain on how to avoid bottlenecks where quality is compromised, and how to maintain and encourage high resolution audio in an everchanging marketplace. These concerns are of interest to the audio engineering, recording and production industries, as well as to education and academia.
We aim to provide a place for the exchange of news, issues and results, by bringing together researchers , developers, educators, students and professional users, working in fields that contribute to high resolution audio, to present original theoretical or practical work. It also serves as a discussion forum, provides introductory and in-depth information in specific domains, and showcases current products.
Domains and Topics
The 31st AES Conference solicits contributions to the field of high resolution audio, including, but not limited to, the following domains and topics:
resolution recording issues
manipulation and preparation of high resolution signals
high resolution audio
Maintaining quality at playback
Guidelines for Submissions
Papers and Posters
Paper and poster proposals should consist of an Abstract (60-120 words) followed by a Precis of (500-750) which can be submitted through the AES online system at:
Submissions, which will be peer-reviewed, may be in the following categories:
Accepted authors will be notified by 23rd of March 2007. Full papers of a maximum of 10 pages (3000 words) should be submitted by 20th of April for publication in the proceedings. (Template will be provided)
All accepted paper will be published in the proceedings.
Tutorial, panel and workshop proposals
Proposals should include a title, an abstract, a session chair and a list of possible contributors. Please email all proposals to:
Recording companies. publishers, software and hardware developers, etc., are invited to contact the programme committee regarding exhibition space.
for abstract submissions for tutorials, panels and workshops: February
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