2nd Doctoral Consortium

Organized by the Student Advisory Committee of the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA-SAC), the Doctoral Consortium provides students an opportunity to present their PhD projects to experts and peers and receive valuable feedback on research plans as well as interesting new ideas. Each talk will last 20 minutes and be followed by 20 minutes of discussion. This forum provides an invaluable and enriching experience for the students.

Submission Criteria:
Students must submit a two page abstract, in Interspeech-Template-Format, concisely describing their PhD projects. On the basis of peer review the best papers will be chosen to be presented at the Doctoral Consortium and will be included into the Consortium’s proceedings.

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New Board members

Andreas Windmann, our Volunteers Coordinator graduated last autumn, and thus now he is retiring from his post. Thank you for your work Andreas!

The new Volunteers Coordinator is Angel Mario Castro Martinez, welcome on board!

Last year Cyrielle Chappuis also joined us as Media Coordinator, but we didn't make any announcement. Sorry for this, and welcome on board Cyrielle!

Call for Applications: Doctoral Consortium at Interspeech 2015

Prospective and current doctoral students from all speech-related disciplines are invited to apply for admission to the Doctoral Consortium to be held at Interspeech 2015 in Dresden, Germany. The doctoral consortium is aimed at providing students working on speech-related topics with an opportunity to discuss their doctoral research with experts from their fields, and to receive feedback from experts and peers on their PhD projects. The format of the Doctoral Consortium will be a one-day workshop prior to the main conference (6th September).


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