135th AES Convention Calls for Papers
New York - May 20, 2013 - 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention Committee Papers Co-Chairs Brett Leonard and Tae Hong Park have announced an extension of the call to the professional audio community for technical papers proposals. The new deadline is May 29, 2013.
"We have already received a number of strong abstracts and completed papers," reports Brett Leonard. "We anticipate a particularly strong turnout for this year. And, we want to make sure that our review board has as many options as possible in order to maintain the quality and diversity of our presentations. By reaching out to a wider segment of the professional and educational sectors we hope to add a number of atypical but eminently worthwhile subjects."
"We recognize the fact that meaningful papers can originate from beyond traditional academia," states Co-Chair Tae Hong Park. "Our goal is to develop the most stimulating, comprehensive and authoritative Papers Program possible. Points of origin are far less critical than points of fact, theory and originality."
In addition to sharing knowledge and opening constructive dialogs on issues that affect the professional audio community, presenting authors will have their papers included on the CD-ROM of the full papers/posters program.
Complete manuscript peer-reviewed convention papers and abstract-precis-reviewed convention papers should be submitted to aes.org/135th_authors by May 29, 2013. Synopsis-reviewed engineering briefs should be submitted to aes.org/135th_ebriefs by Aug. 14, 2013.
The 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention will be held Oct. 17 - 20, 2013, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.
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