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SST-2010 Conference Deadline Extension

Due to technical problems with the ASSTA website, the organizing 
committee for SST 2010 has decided to extend the paper submission 
deadline to Friday, 23rd July.

In addition, due to popular request, the organizing committee would like
to invite abstract-only submissions for the conference. These should be 
up to 300 words, and should also be submitted via the Easychair website:



Thirteenth Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and
Melbourne, Australia
14-16 December 2010

Final Call for Papers - DEADLINE EXTENDED

ASSTA and La Trobe University are pleased to announce the Thirteenth
Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology
(SST2010). The conference will be held at the La Trobe University City
Campus, Melbourne.

Paper submission guidelines and templates are now available from

Conference Themes
Submissions are invited for oral presentations. Submissions should
describe original contributions to spoken language, speech science
and/or technology that will be of interest to an audience including
scientists, engineers, linguists, psychologists, speech and language
therapists, audiologists and other professionals.

Submissions are invited in all areas of speech science and technology,
but particularly in the following areas:

* Speech production
* Acoustic phonetics
* Acoustics of accent change
* Phonetics  and phonology of  Australasian languages
* Speech prosody, emotional speech, voice
* Music and speech processing
* Applications of speech science and technology
* Speech processing for forensic applications
* Speech recognition and understanding
* Speaker recognition and classification
* Speech enhancement and noise cancellation
* Pedagogical technologies for speech and singing
* Corpus management and speech tools
* Contributions of speech science and technology to audiology and speech
language therapy

Plenary Speakers:
Professor D.R. Ladd, Linguistics and English Language, University of
Professor Hugh McDermott, The Bionic Ear Institute and University of
Professor Michael Robb, Department of Communication Disorders,
University of Canterbury

Key dates:
      Paper submissions due Friday 23 July 2010
      Notification of acceptance Friday 27 August 2010
      Early-bird registration due Friday 1 October 2010