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Category:   E-Conf
Subject:   Interspeech 2005 - early registration
From:   Isabel Trancoso
Email:   Isabel.Trancoso_(on)_inesc-id.pt
Date received:   27 Jun 2005
Deadline:   30 Jun 2005
Start date:   04 Sep 2005

(apologies for multiple copies) EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2005 Interspeech 2005 / Eurospeech September 4--8, 2005 Lisbon, Portugal www.interspeech2005.org CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ISCA, together with the Interspeech 2005 - Eurospeech organizing committee, would like to encourage participation in the upcoming conference. Interspeech 2005 - Eurospeech is the 9th biennal conference of the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) and the sixth in the annual series of Interspeech events, after Beijing, Aalborg, Denver, Geneva and Jeju. This year's theme is "Ubiquitous Speech Processing", a long-term goal for this new millenium, which is also the topic of the panel of our 4th and last plenary session. The conference follows the typical format of Interspeech events, with parallel oral and poster sessions, and a first Tutorial Day program featuring six in-depth tutorials from world-class experts in their field. The conference will be held September 4-8 in Lisbon, Portugal, at Centro Cultural de Belem, located in the city's most renowned historic area, next to the Jeronimos Monastery and facing the river Tagus. Perched on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon is a city like no other. The city center is a buzzing grid of grand streets with all the trappings of any other Western European city, but also rumbling old trams, antiquated funiculars and elevators that help negotiate Lisbon's steep hills. The Technical Program will include parallel oral and poster sessions, totaling 781 papers, selected from 1261 regular full paper submissions. Additionally, it will include 10 Special Sessions on new, emerging areas of interest to the spoken language processing community. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: - Monday 5th: ISCA Medalist - Tuesday 6th: Fernando Pereira, Univ. Pennsylvania, USA Title: Linear Models for Structure Prediction - Wednesday 7th: Elizabeth Shriberg, SRI and ICSI, USA Title: Spontaneous Speech: How People Really Talk, and Why Engineers Should Care TUTORIALS: Tutorials for Interspeech'2005 will be held on Sunday, September 4th, organized by internationally recognized experts in their fields. The idea behind the tutorials is to provide an overview of the topic as well as to bring to light the recent developments in fields concerning spoken language processing. - Languages for Developing Multimodal Applications James A. Larson - VoIP Technologies and Speech Applications Gerald Karam and Giuseppe Di Fabbrizio - Usability Theory and Practice in Speech Interaction System Design Fang Chen and Kristiina Jokinen - Visions, Technology and Business of Conversational Machines Mazin Gilbert and Roberto Pieraccini - Forensic Speech Science Anders Eriksson and Andrzej Drjgajlo - Building Synthetic Voice Alan Black OTHER EVENTS: - Monday 5th: Opening Ceremony Welcome Reception (Cloisters) - Tuesday 6th: ISCA SIG Meeting Student Reception Scientific Review Committee Reception (Castle) - Wednesday 7th: Panel - Towards a SIG on Iberian Languages Chair: Nestor Yoma Panel - History of Speech Technology Chairs: Janet Baker & Patri J. Pugliese Panelists: Gunnar Fant, Jim Flanagan, Hiroya Fujisaki, Joseph Mariani, Louis Pols ISCA General Assembly Banquet - Thursday 8th: Panel - Ubiquitous Speech Processing Chair: Roger K. Moore Panelists: Alex Acero, Jordan Cohen, Paul Dalsgaard and Sadaoki Furui Closing Session / History of Fado ACCOMMODATION: A large number of rooms has been reserved in several hotels. Hotel booking can be done through the travel agency Viagens Abreu, by completing the Hotel Reservation Form (see website) and returning with payment, no later than June 30th. For further information: www.interspeech2005.org or send email to info_(on)_interspeech2005.org Organizer: L2F - Spoken Language Systems Laboratory, INESC ID Lisboa Rua Alves Redol, 9 - 1000-029 Lisbon - Portugal Phone:+351 213100268 Fax: +351 213145843 www.l2f.inesc-id.pt _______________________________________________ Elsnet-list mailing list Elsnet-list_(on)_mailman.elsnet.org http://mailman.elsnet.org/mailman/listinfo/elsnet-list
 

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