In This Section
- Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement
- Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries
- Audio for Games
- Audio for Telecommunications
- Audio Forensics
- Automotive Audio
- Coding of Audio Signals
- Electro Magnetic Compatibility
- Fiber Optics for Audio
- Hearing and Hearing Loss Prevention
- High Resolution Audio
- Human Factors in Audio Systems
- Loudspeakers and Headphones
- Microphones and Applications
- Network Audio Systems
- Perception and Subjective Evaluation of Audio Signals
- Recording Technology and Practices
- Semantic Audio Analysis
- Signal Processing
- Sound for Digital Cinema and Television
- Spatial Audio
- Transmission and Broadcasting
Photographs of Distinguished Lecturers
This page offers a scrollable archive of photographs, including recent Heyser lecturers and images from earlier events.
Heyser Lecturers since 1999
Early Heyser Lectures
In addition to this collection of images from early Heyser lectures, you can find all of the recent ones by looking at the convention report from the specific event you're interested in seeing.
Alan Kay (second from left), who gave Richard C. Heyser Memorial Lecture at 109th, receives Technical Council recognition from Chair Wieslaw Woszczyk (left) and Vice Chairs Robert Schulein and Jürgen Herre (right).
James "Andy" Moorer (second from left), who gave the 2000 Richard C. Heyser Memorial Lecture at the 108th AES Convention in Paris, Audio in the New Millennium, receives Technical Council recognition from Chair Wieslaw Woszczyk (left) and Vice Chairs Jürgen Herre and Robert Schulein (right).
First lecture in the AES Richard C. Heyser Memorial Lecture Series, Digital Audio and the Challenge of the Internet, was delivered by Roger Lagadec (second from left in the picture above) at the 107th Convention in New York. He is flanked by: from left, David Robinson, AES president; Wieslaw Woszczyk, Technical Council chair; and Robert Schulein, Technical Council vice chair.