[Elsnet-list] Deadline extended: HSCMA 2011

Arnab Ghoshal arnab.ghoshal at lsv.uni-saarland.de
Mon Feb 7 22:23:03 CET 2011


Dear all,

please not that the paper/demo submission deadline for HSCMA has been  
extended until February 27.

Best regards,
Arnab Ghoshal

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HSCMA 2011: The Third Joint Workshop on Hands-free Speech  
Communication and Microphone Arrays
30 May - 1 June 2011, Edinburgh, UK
http://www.hscma2011.org/

Technical co-sponsor: IEEE Signal Processing Society

The workshop will bring together researchers in microphone arrays and  
speech/speaker recognition and focusing on recent advances in speech  
and signal processing techniques based upon multi-microphone systems,  
and on distant-talking speech communication and human/machine  
interaction. Demonstrations of experimental systems, applications, and  
prototypes are especially welcome.

WORKSHOP TOPICS
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The technical scope of the workshop includes but is not limited to:
* Multichannel acoustic signal processing;
* Speech and speaker recognition technology;
* Microphone array technology and architectures;
* Applications based on microphone arrays and distant-talking or hands- 
free speech systems.
There is an emphasis on work that crosses these technical areas.

IMPORTANT DATES
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Paper/demo submission: 27 February 2011
Notification of paper/demo acceptance: 21 March 2011
Workshop: 30 May - 1 June 2011

PAPER / DEMO SUBMISSION
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The workshop programme will consist of talks, posters and  
demonstrations. Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length  
papers (up to 6 pages; 2 pages for demo papers).

Authors are encouraged to include a public URL to a video of the demo  
in their paper submission.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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General-chairs: Steve Renals (University of Edinburgh, UK); Walter  
Kellermann (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

Technical committee: Gary Elko (MH Acoustics LLC, USA); Thomas Hain  
(University of Sheffield, UK); Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT, Japan);  
Maurizio Omologo (Fondazione Bruno Kessler-irst, Italy); Boaz Rafaely  
(Ben-Gurion University, Israel); Michael Seltzer (Microsoft Research,  
USA)

Demonstrations: Mike Lincoln (University of Edinburgh, UK)

Publications: James Hopgood (University of Edinburgh, UK)

Website: Peter Bell (University of Edinburgh, UK)

Publicity: Arnab Ghoshal (Saarland University, Germany)


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