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The 2017 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics will take place October 15–18, 2017 at the Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, New York, USA.
This is among the best known and most respected IEEE workshops in the topic area and is help only every two years. The program will include keynote talks, oral sessions, poster sessions and a demo session, set in the notably beautiful environment of Mohonk basking in the fall colors. Afternoons are kept partly free of sessions in order to provide time for networking and technical discussions and/or to benefit from the local surroundings. In the past, this workshop has seen strong (sold-out) attendance from a mix of academic and industrial scientists and research engineers from both the music signal processing and the acoustic signal processing topic areas. The keynote talks this year span the range of topics and promise to be highly informative:
|Mark Plumbley, Surrey University, UK: "Making Sense of Sounds: Machine Listening in the Real World"||Ville Pulkki, Aalto University, Finland: "Parametric Time-Frequency-Domain Spatial Audio-Delivering Sound According to Human Spatial Resolution"||Augusto Sarti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy: "Looking into Perfection: the Art and Science of Stradivarius Violins"|
The paper submission deadline is April 20th (expect no extensions) and we look forward to the chance of welcoming you to WASPAA 2017.
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