Call for papers - AES 16th International (Zacharov Nick NRC/Tre )

Subject: Call for papers - AES 16th International
From:    Zacharov Nick NRC/Tre  <Nick.Zacharov(at)RESEARCH.NOKIA.COM>
Date:    Fri, 17 Jul 1998 15:44:39 +0200

Our apologies if you received duplicates of this message due to mailing l= ist aliases (multichannel reproduction :-) *************************************************************************= *** =20 *** CALL FOR PAPERS AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY AES 16th International Conference on SPATIAL SOUND REPRODUCTION April 10-12, 1999, Rovaniemi, Finland *************************************************************************= *** =20 *** You are invited to submit technical papers for possible consideration for this conference. An abstract and an outline of your submission must be submitted either 1) on paper form via mail or fax or 2) electronically vi= a e-mail or WWW. Detailed information of the electronic submission can be found at the conference WWW site. The abstracts must be received by the Conference Committee no later than August 31, 1998. The abstract should include maximum 60 words and a title for your submission. Two copies of a maximum 500 word outline of the paper should be submitted on separate sheets of paper (or included in the electronic submission) with the abstract. It should describe the work performed, methods employed, the authors conclusions, and the significance of the paper. Details regarding the preparation of manuscript will be supplied to all authors whose papers are accepted. Please note that all authors of papers chosen for presentation will be required to submit by the publication deadline a full manuscript for inclusion in the preprinted Conference Proceedings. Failure to do so will result in the removal of the paper from the conference schedule. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Conference information The focus of the conference is on multichannel and 3D sound reproduction, including development technologies, test methodologies, discrete and virt= ual source methods, binaural and transaural techniques. A select number of invited paper will be proposed to set the level of presentation and to stimulate current and relevant discussion. Venue: Rovaniemi, Finland Organizer: AES Finnish Section Date: April 10-12, 1999 (2.5 days) Papers describing research and new concepts are solicited for technical sessions on, but not limited to, the following topics: Optimal multichannel & 3D sound techniques Production and reproduction of multichannel & 3D sound The merger between multichannel & 3D sound Audio format conversions in multichannel & 3D sound Perception of multichannel & 3D sound Audio-visual interaction Factors affecting multichannel & 3D sound quality Subjective and objective evaluation of multichannel & 3D sound Applications (multimedia, games, computers, etc.) The future of multichannel & 3D sound Other related topics ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Submission of papers ABSTRACT/OUTLINE SUBMISSION: By August 31, 1998, an 60-word abstract and 500-word outline must be sent via mail or fax, or preferably, electronically by e-mail or www page. WWW address: e-mail: aes16(at) fax: +358-9-460 224 ordinary mail: to paper chairman (see below) NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION: By October 15, 1998 CAMERA READY MANUSCRIPTS of accepted papers: By December 15, 1998 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Conference Chairman: Juha Backman Vice Chairman: Nick Zacharov Paper Chairman: Matti Karjalainen Secretary: Jyri Huopaniemi Helsinki University of Technology Treasurer: Kari Jaksola Laboratory of Acoustics and=20 Audio Signal Facility Officer: Antti J=E4rvinen Processing Publication Officer: Martti Rahkila P.O. Box 3000, FIN-02015 HUT Publicity Officer: Henrik M=F6ller Finland Fax +358-9-460 224 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ McGill is running a new version of LISTSERV (1.8c on Windows NT). Information is available on the WEB at

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