Now accepting applications for travel support for accepted abstracts. (travel support).
The 16th Winter School on Audio and Speech Processing 2023 (WISSAP ‘23) welcomes contributions in all the areas related to Audio Processing, MIR and its applications, including music computational analysis, processing, generation, algorithms, and their evaluation. Building upon the success of previous WiSSAPs and audio/music conferences such as ISMIR, we aim to provide a dynamic platform for researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts to explore the latest advancements in AI applied to audio processing and Music Information Retrieval. WiSSAP 23 will aim at fostering collaboration between researchers, developers, educators, librarians, students, and professionals from the disciplines involved in MIR, such as musicology, cognitive science, library and information science, computer science, electrical engineering, and many others, while also promoting discussion and exchange of ideas among the attendees, with particular attention to new topics emerging problems, inclusion and diversity.
We invite submissions of ongoing studies, analytical literature survey and published works, on topics including but not limited to:
Authors need to submit a (2+1)- page extended abstract to showcase their work. The submission can be either an ongoing research project or a recently published work. It will be reviewed by the technical program committe and a decision will be made on the acceptance of the submission. The accepted abstracts must be presented by at least one author as a 3-5 minute flash presentation followed by poster discussions during the winter school. Authors’ registration to the winter school is mandatory but can be completed after the notification of acceptance. Note that the extended abstract is not a conference paper and will not be part of any proceedings.
All submissions must comply to the following guidelines:
As a part of the commitments to foster diversity and inclusion and to support early-career members of the Audio Processing/MIR community, we are pleased to offer several financial support opportunities for authors of the accepted abstracts. To apply submit the Travel Grants form before 20th November 2023. The support includes-
We would like to thank the generous support of our sponsors, for supporting our community.
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