ETSI STQ workshop 2022 : ETSI STQ Workshop - Quality of Emerging Services for Speech and Audio: A user-centred perspective
Call For Papers
The ETSI Speech and multimedia Transmission Quality (STQ) Workshop on "Quality of Emerging Services for Speech and Audio: A user-centred perspective" will take place on 14 to 15 November 2022 at the Amazon facility in Bratislava, Slovakia. This two-day workshop is free of charge.
The users’ Quality of Experience in mobile communications ecosystem entering the 5th and 6th generation is constantly evolving. This workshop will foster discussions on related services such as Augmented and Virtual Reality, and other Quality of Service aspects which will make future mobile generation more attractive. Innovations in 5G Network Slicing make it necessary to refine the technical approaches and related standards on network performance assessment and Quality of Service Benchmarking.
Standardization is crucial to ensure that the users can experience high-level acoustics and audio performance of new devices, e.g. in a smart home & IoT context. It is essential to evaluate the differences between human perception and automatic speech recognition, and to understand how machines respond to quality, as well as how users perceive the application quality of M2M communication.
Among other topics, this workshop will highlight technical innovations and new standards in prediction of perceived quality of speech and audio communications systems, including listening effort, loudness and echo perception.
The event will be of interest for:
bringing together a diverse participation from industry and academia to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices for delivering high-quality user experiences in services and systems.
Currently, the Programme Committee is calling for Presentations on topics such as:
Acoustic and audio aspects of evaluating the performance of smart home & IoT devices
New innovations in prediction of perceived quality of speech communications systems, including listening effort, loudness and echo perception
Consideration of signal processing differences between human perception and automatic speech recognition
The evolving approach of Quality of Experience in mobile communications ecosystem entering the 5th and 6th generation
From service-specific terminals to a diverse and pervasive IoT – how do machines respond to quality and how do users perceive the application quality of M2M communication?
5G Network Slicing and how it affects the approaches to network performance assessment and Quality of Service Benchmarking
QoS aspects of services making 5th and 6th mobile generation more attractive, including cloud-based gaming, Augmented and Virtual Reality services.
Should you want to submit a presentation, please fill in this form before 31 May 2022.
The Programme Committee will evaluate the received input in the course of June and will confirm the accepted presentations and the event agenda by mid July.