IWAENC 2012 : International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement
Call For Papers
Submission of 4-page paper (final draft): April 27th, 2012
Submission of demonstrator description: April 27th, 2012
Notification of acceptance: June 15th, 2012
Submission of camera-ready paper: July 2nd, 2012
Author registration deadline: July 16th, 2012
The technical scope of the workshop is the enhancement of speech and audio signals including, e.g., noise reduction, acoustic echo control, source separation, and improvement of intelligibility. These areas have attracted wide academic and industrial interest.
Acoustic echo control
Active noise control
Speech intelligibility enhancement
Error and packet loss concealment
Binaural signal processing
Auditory scene analysis and classification
Adaptive filtering algorithms and structures
Speech and audio databases
Acoustic environment simulation
Software and hardware tools
Applications: hearing aids, cell phones, audio-visual conferencing systems, and voice over IP
New and emerging topics in speech and audio processing
Authors are invited to submit original and previously unpublished papers in any of the technical areas relevant to the workshop. A copy of the papers will be published online (at www.iwaenc.org) and on CD-ROM.
Submission: A 4 page final draft of the paper should be submitted online via the workshop website. Please use our LaTeX or Microsoft Word style files for paper preparation. Authors are strongly encouraged to give relevant demonstrations as part of their presentation.
Besides the regular paper presentations, a separate demonstrator session is planned. For a contribution to this demonstrator session a brief description of the demonstrator should be submitted online via the workshop website. This description will not be included in the workshop proceedings.
BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD
The IWAENC Technical Committee will award the “Best Student Paper Award” for the best student paper. The selection will be based on originality, scientific merit, and quality of writing and presentation. The paper must be presented by the candidate student to be qualified for the award.