Author Information

Dear AES 130th presenting author,

Please take a minute to review the following important items related to your presentation at the AES 130th Convention in London.

1. Registration
A special VIP code has been sent to all presenting authors so please register online as soon as possible. Only one presenting author is allowed per paper. All nonpresenting authors should register with the normal registration page. You can pick up your badge at the registration desk at the convention center.

2. Fill out the online facilities form.
All authors giving lecture presentations fill out the online form.

3. Check the current schedule online.
Check the current list of papers sessions for the day and time of your presentation.

4. Presenting authors receive 30 copies of their paper and a free CD-ROM of the convention papers (only those authors who have paid for a full program badge get a free CD-ROM). You can pick them up at the AES Publication Booth at the convention center.

5. Meet in Authors’ Room.
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.

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 poster boards.

7. Further questions?
If you have any further questions contact Bill McQuaide or the papers chair, Josh Reiss.

Authors who need letters of invitation to obtain a visa should contact Heather Lane.

We have also started a new initiative for more application-oriented poster presentations. You can read about this in our Call for Engineering Briefs.