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AES Press Release: AES Munich 2009
Student Events Set for 126th AES Convention - Munich
For Release: April 9, 2009
MUNICH: 126th AES Convention Education Committee European/Int’l Region Chair Misato Yamada and North & Latin America Chair Teri Grossheim, have issued an invitation to all AES student members to take advantage of the outstanding events scheduled at Munich’s M,O,C, Convention Center May 7-10, 2009. Events include:
A perennial highlight at all AES Conventions, The Student Recording Competition features a distinguished panel of judges critiquing finalists in an interactive presentation and discussion. Student members can submit stereo and surround recordings in classical, jazz, folk/world music, and/or pop/rock categories. Students can submit their entries and find rules online at www.aes-sda.org. The deadline for entries is April 14, 2009.
Student Science Spot:
Hosted by the Graz Student Sections, The Student Science Spot provides an opportunity for students to present non-commercial scientific works in an accessible way by offering prototypes or demonstrations. The event also provides an information platform and service point for students during the convention. Students should visit www.aes-sda.org for information on the Student Science Spot.
Education Forum Panel:
Educators and instructors will discuss the changing landscape of professional audio technology and industry and the effects of these changes on course and curriculum design.
Institutions offering studies in audio (from short courses to graduate degrees) will be represented in a “table top” session. Information on each school’s respective programs will be made available through displays and academic guidance. Admission is free and open to all convention attendees. To register for the event please click here.
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit www.aes.org.