[LAD] SMC 2011 - Call for papers

Orlarey Yann orlarey at grame.fr
Fri Oct 15 12:22:12 UTC 2010

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8th Sound and Music Computing Conference, 06-09 July 2011
Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova
Conservatorio Cesare Pollini, Padova

The SMC Conference is the forum for international exchanges around the
core interdisciplinary topics of Sound and Music Computing. SMC 2011
will feature lectures, posters/demos, musical/sonic works, and other
satellite events. The SMC Summer School will take place just before the
Conference and it will aim at giving an opportunity to young researchers
interested in the field to learn about some of the core interdisciplinary
topics and to share their own experiences with other young researchers

================Important dates=================
Deadline for submissions of papers and music: Friday 25 March, 2011
Deadline for applications to Summer School: Friday 25 March, 2011
Notification of acceptance to Summer School: Monday 18 April, 2011
Notification of paper and music acceptances: Friday 6 May, 2011
Deadline for submission of camera-ready papers: Friday 20 May, 2011
SMC 2011 Summer School: Saturday 2 - Tuesday 5 July, 2011
SMC 2011 Satellite Events: Wednesday 6 July, 2011
SMC 2011 Conference: Thursday 07 - Saturday 09 July, 2011

The topics to be covered at the Conference are all the core ones in
Sound and Music Computing research, and can be grouped into:
  . Processing of sound and music signals
  . Understanding and modeling sound and music
  . Interfaces for sound and music
  . Assisted sound and music creation

================Call for papers==================
SMC 2011 will include paper presentations as both lectures and poster/
demos. We invite submissions examining all the core areas of the Sound
and Music Computing field. All submissions will be peer-reviewed
according to their novelty, technical content, presentation, and
contribution to the overall balance of topics represented at the
conference. Paper submissions should have a maximum of 8 pages
including figures and references, and a length of 6 pages is strongly
encouraged. Accepted papers will be designated to be presented either
as posters/demos or as lectures. More details are available at

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