IEEE Mohonk WASPAA01 Call for Papers (Dan Ellis )

Subject: IEEE Mohonk WASPAA01 Call for Papers
From:    Dan Ellis  <dpwe(at)EE.COLUMBIA.EDU>
Date:    Mon, 26 Mar 2001 05:08:21 -0500

[ From: Perry R Cook <prc(at)CS.PRINCETON.EDU> ] ********** CALL FOR PAPERS *********** 2001 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics Mohonk Mountain House New Paltz, New York October 21-24, 2001 Web: EMail: waspaa01(at) The 2001 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA'01) will be held at the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York. The workshop is sponsored by the Audio & Electroacoustics committee of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. The objective of the two-and-a-half day workshop is to provide an informal environment for the discussion of problems in audio and acoustics and the signal processing techniques applied to these problems. Technical sessions will be scheduled in the morning and before and after dinner. Afternoons will be left free for outdoor activities or informal meetings among workshop participants. Papers describing research and new concepts are solicited for technical sessions on, but not limited to, the following topics: * Active Echo and Noise Control * Audio Coding * Aids for Auditory Impairment * Room Acoustics * Array Processing for Transducers * Sound Analysis and Synthesis * Audio Content Analysis and Processing * Spatial Perception and Processing * Audio Perception and Quality Evaluation * Sound Editing, Restoration, and Enhancement * Audio Source Separation (Auditory Scene Analysis) * Surround Sound, 3-D Sound * Electronic Music * Virtual Acoustics * Internet Audio and Applications * Time-Frequency Analysis and Filterbanks * Audio Watermarking, Techniques and Countermeasures * VLSI Hardware and Software for Audio & Telecommunications Authors may e-mail an attachment containing a ps or pdf version of their submission directly to waspaa01(at), or post a floppy disk to the technical program chair. If you will not be submitting your paper via email, please post early and use a guaranteed shipping service, to ensure you will still make the deadline. We will acknowledge your submission by return email or post. Submissions should include authors' names, addresses, affiliations, electronic mail address, telephone, and facsimile numbers. Papers should be in final form, and are to be no more than four pages in length. Accepted papers will form the published workshop proceedings. Submissions may contain audio/visual demonstrations that will be included in the CD-ROM Proceedings. For more details and template files, see the web page at or contact the publications chair. Deadlines: Submission of four-page paper: May 15, 2001 Acceptance notification: June 21, 2001 Early Registration until: August 15, 2001 _________________________________________________________________ Workshop Committee: General Chair: Perry R. Cook, Princeton CS/Music 35 Olden St. Princeton, NJ, USA 08540 Tel: +001 (609) 258-4951 Fax: +001 (609) 258-1771 EMail: waspaa01(at) Technical Program Chair: Malcolm Slaney, IBM Almaden Research, San Jose, CA USA EMail: malcolm(at) Finance/Registrations: Bryan George, The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA USA EMail: bgeorge(at) Publications/Publicity: Youngmoo Kim, MIT Media Lab, Boston, MA USA EMail: moo(at) Local Arrangements: Michael Brandstein, Harvard University, Boston, MA USA EMail: msb(at) _________________________________________________________________

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