Reminder: CFP DAFx01, Limerick, Ireland, ("Mikael.Fernstrom" )


Subject: Reminder: CFP DAFx01, Limerick, Ireland,
From:    "Mikael.Fernstrom"  <Mikael.Fernstrom(at)UL.IE>
Date:    Sat, 9 Jun 2001 13:35:13 +0100

Sorry for cross postings, please circulate... CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT Call for papers: Conference on Digital Audio Effects - DAFx-01 Limerick, Ireland. The Computer Science and Information Systems Department at the University of Limerick in Ireland is organising the International Conference on Digital Audio Effects, DAFx-01, 6-8 December 2001. The Conference is sponsored by the Action-G6 "Digital Audio Effects" of the European COST program. DAFx-01 is an international meeting of researchers in theoretical and applied digital sound and music signal processing including topics like: * Filtering and Modulation * Delay * Time and Frequency Scaling * Spatialisation * Spectral Processing * Audio Coding * Software and Hardware Implementation * Sound Modeling * Perceptual Issues DAFx-01 will present sound models, examples, software and hardware applications of interest to musicians, computer scientists, engineers and other. Important deadlines: Submission of an Extended Abstract (2 pages): June 15, 2001 Notification of acceptance: September 15, 2001 Paper submission: October 20, 2001 Abstract submission: We invite submissions of papers in all aspects of digital audio effects as mentioned above. There are two formats for presentation: Oral presentation of paper: Maximum 6 pages in the Proceedings; about 20 minutes for presentation. Poster presentation: Maximum 4 pages in the Proceedings. Submissions should be two-page extended abstracts in the final paper format. Guidelines and templates for submissions are available on the conference web site: http://www.csis.ul.ie/dafx01/papertemplates.html <http://www.csis.ul.ie/dafx01/papertemplates.html> The only accepted language is English. All submissions are subject to peer review. The accepted contributions will be published in the Conference Proceedings. FURTHER INFORMATION: For information about registration, travel, accommodation, etc., see the conference web site: http://www.csis.ul.ie/dafx01/ <http://www.csis.ul.ie/dafx01/> Conference Secretariat: Ms. Anne Murphy Department of Computer Science and Information Systems University of Limerick Ireland E-mail: anne.murphy(at)ul.ie <mailto:anne.murphy(at)ul.ie> <mailto:anne.murphy(at)ul.ie <mailto:anne.murphy(at)ul.ie> > Tel. +353-61-213456 Fax +353-61-202734 Main COST Action G6 Web site: http://echo.gaps.ssr.upm.es/COSTG6/ <http://echo.gaps.ssr.upm.es/COSTG6/> Organizing Committee: Mikael Fernstr÷m, CSIS-UL (Chairman) Paschall De Paor, CSIS-UL (Music program director) Donncha O'Maidin, CSIS-UL Niall Griffith, CSIS-UL Tim Hall, ECE-UL Scientific Committee: Daniel Arfib (CNRS-LMA - Marseille, France) Nicola Bernardini (AIMI and Cons. of Padova, Italy) Javier Casaj˙s (UPM, Spain) Giovanni De Poli (CSC, University of Padova, Italy) Pierre Dutilleux (ZKM, Germany) Markus Erne (ETHZ - Zurich, Switzerland) Gianpaolo Evangelista (EPFL - Lausanne, Switzerland) Emmanuel Favreau (INA-GRM, France) Eric Feremans (Belgium) Mikael Fernstr÷m (University of Limerick, Ireland) Alois Melka (Akustika Praha - Prague, Czech Republic) J÷ran Rudi (NoTAM, Norway) Francis Rumsey (University of Surrey - Guildford, UK) Mark Sandler (King's College, London, UK) Xavier Serra (IUA-UPF, Spain) Vaclav Syrovy (Academy of Performing Arts - Prague, Czech Republic) Todor Todoroff (FacultÚ polytechnique de Mons, Belgium) Jan Tro (NTNU, Norway) Udo Zoelzer (Univ. of Fed. Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany)


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