6th International Conference
on Digital Audio Effects

8-11 September, 2003
Queen Mary, University of London

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The 6th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects, DAFx-03, will be held at Queen Mary, University of London, organised by the Digital Music Laboratory of the Department of Electronic Engineering.

DAFx appeals to researchers and practitioners in digital audio and digital music processing with poster and spoken presentation sessions over 3 days. Topics include:

Compositional uses and issues Performance and gesture control
Filtering and Modulation Delays and Spatialisation
Time-frequency & Spectral Processing Audio Coding & Sound Modeling
Perceptual Issues and Psychoacoustics Software and Hardware Implementations
Music Information Retrieval systems Automatic Transcription and High-level features
Audio analysis and low-level features Auditory Displays and installations
Source Separation Audio Restoration
Internet Audio and Internet Acoustics Audio for Multimedia

Queen Mary is about 15 minutes east of Central London. It is a multi-faculty university on a campus site bordered by Regents Canal and close to Docklands.

Accommodation will be offered on-site at modest cost (from €50 per night including breakfast) though for those who prefer, hotel accommodation will be arranged in Central London.

The social programme is planned to include a concert, go-karting and a banquet. The Department will offer meeting rooms, by prior arrangement, for any projects (EU or otherwise) on the Monday and Friday either side of DAFx. There will also be Tutorials on the Monday.

For information about registration, travel, accommodation etc. see the
general information page http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/dafx03.

Outline Timetable

Extended Abstract Submission (2 pages): 11 April 2003
Notification of Acceptance: 20 June 2003
Final Paper Submission: 25 July 2003

Last updated 07/11/2003 21:27 by Mark Plumbley