IEEE WASPAA01 (Youngmoo Kim )

Subject: IEEE WASPAA01
From:    Youngmoo Kim  <moo(at)MEDIA.MIT.EDU>
Date:    Tue, 9 Oct 2001 15:57:17 -0400

From the organizing committee of the 2001 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY: The IEEE WASPAA01 (Mohonk) organizing committee is pleased to announce that the workshop will be held as scheduled. All preparations are in place, and we are looking forward to a very successful, informative, and relaxing workshop. There are still a number of hotel rooms available, so if you have friends who you think might be interested in attending the workshop, please encourage them to consider registering and attending. The New Paltz area is lush with turning leaves at this time of year, and the drive is beautiful. We are all excited about the workshop, and the lineup of excellent papers and speakers. Our first keynote speaker Sunday night will be Synthesizer Luminary Bob Moog, reminding us all that we process signals in the analog domain too. Our other keynote, Scott Douglas, will tell us about designing and teaching DSP curriculum to high-school students in 10 states, in the Infinity Project. The program is online at the workshop web page: Looking forward to a wonderful WASPAA01 conference, Perry Cook General Chair Malcolm Slaney Technical Program Chair Bryan George Finance / Registrations Youngmoo Kim Publications / Publicity Michael Brandstein Local Arrangements -- Youngmoo Kim Music, Mind, and Machine Group MIT Media Lab moo(at)

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