Audio Mostly calls for a hands-on demonstration of works. We equally welcome self-contained projects as well as large-scale installations.
Demonstration (demo) proposals must take the form of a short paper submission (up to 4 pages, see call for papers). We encourage authors of regular papers to submit an accompanying demo, e.g., to present multi-channel audio material. In this case, only the demonstration requirements need to be submitted.
Demo papers should clearly pinpoint the novelty and characteristics of the project, even for readers who are not able to attend the demonstration at the conference.
Requirements for the demonstration must also be submitted as supplementary material in the PDF format. The requirements must indicate:
- Demo title and author information;
- Technical setup;
- Space requirements;
- Desired duration;
- Any other information that will help us organize the demo exhibits.
The supplementary demo PDF material is for the purpose of review and planning only and will not be published. If you would like to provide accompanying audio and/or videos that can help us understand the scope of your demo, please include links to them in your supplementary demo PDF material and/or demo paper.
We will be able to provide basic equipment (e.g. tables, chairs, power sockets, WiFi connection) and we will try to meet any additional technical requests, subject to equipment and space availability.
Selection of demos will be curated by the workshop/demo and program chairs. Demo papers are subject to the same peer-reviewing process as all other paper submissions (see call for papers) and are considered for inclusion in the main proceedings.
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For more information including important dates, see Call for Contribitions.