Audio Mostly calls for a hands-on demonstration of works. We equally welcome self-contained projects.
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. In this case, only the demonstration requirements need to be submitted.
Requirements for the demonstration must be specified in an additional document as part of the supplementary material. The requirements are for the purpose of review and planning only and will not be published. They indicate:
- Demo title and author information;
- Technical setup;
- Space requirements;
- Desired duration;
- Any other information that will help us organize the demo exhibits.
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.
When your demo has been accepted to Audio Mostly 2023, we will ask you to provide a 2-5 minute video of your demo (i.e. a trailer). This has two purposes, first, it will be a backup solution if the conference has to change to virtual mode, and second, your video will be available via the Audio Mostly 2023 website, even if the conference is on site.
Important dates: https://audiomostly.com/2023/info/important-dates/
Authors’ Instructions: https://audiomostly.com/2023/call/instructions/
Submit here: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=am23
The selection of demos will be curated by the demo & workshop chair and program chairs. Demo papers are subject to double review. Demos attached to a paper will not be considered, as papers will be presented in the form of a demo.
Dimitrios Darzentas, Edinburgh Napier University
Sara Lenzi, Delft University of Technology