Authors of Audio Mostly 2017 papers are invited to consider submitting an extended version of their paper with significantly new material to the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society Special Issue on Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Interaction using Semantic Audio, if the topic of their paper is relevant to the theme of the special issue (see […]
The list of Audio Mostly 2017 Awards and nominees for Best Regular Paper, Best Presentation, Best Poster, Best Demo, and Best Music can be found here. AM’17 Awards are sponsored by Solid State Logic (SSL).
General directions to Queen Mary University Of London and the Mile End campus can be found in the Information for attendees page. You will namely find maps to find the People’s Palace building where the registration and most of the Audio Mostly 2017 sessions take place.
The list of session chairs can be found in the conference schedule. If you are a presenter, thanks to read the following instructions.
The four day AM 2017 conference program (23-26 August, 2017) includes over 70 contributions with a rich set of oral, poster and demo sessions, keynote talks, workshops, and music concerts. Please follow the links to the provisional conference program and detailed schedule to discover the exciting content of the conference.
Information for presenters of oral, poster and demo sessions can be found here. Poster and Demo presenters have the opportunity to give a short oral presentation of their work during Poster & Demo Craze plenary sessions. Poster and Demo Craze presentations must last no longer than 1 minute using a single slide. To participate to Poster and […]
Due to numerous requests, the camera-ready deadline has been extended to Sunday 30 July 2017 (23:59 BST, GMT+1).
The deadline for AM 2017 early bird registration is 24 July 2017. Information on the AM 2017 registration can be found here. The AM 2017 registration portal can be found here.
The registration to the AM 2017 conference is now opened. Detailed information and link to the registration site can be found here.
In order to be in line with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) publishing procedure, the deadline for camera-ready papers has been extended to 26 July 2017. This applies to regular, demonstration and workshop papers. The ACM should contact you in the next few weeks to manage the rights to your article. You will be […]