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15th International Conference
on Digital Audio Effects
September 17-21, 2012
York, UK

Guidelines For Presenting Authors:

Oral Presentations

The time-slot for the presentations is 20min and splits up in 15min for lecture, and 5min dedicated for discussion with the audience and for setting up the next speaker's presentation.

All presentations should be tested in the break before your session starts. Laptop VGA connections with stereo sound will be available. A dedicated PC with the ability to read standard Office formats, ppt, pdf etc., with internet connection and stereo sound will also be available. Access to 5.1 audio is available to those who have requested it specifically.

Poster Presentations

Posters for each day will be pinned up for the whole of each conference day for unguided discussion. At the end of oral sessions there will be a short poster presentation slot for authors to introduce their work. Each author should plan for 3mins maximum, no more than 2 presentation slides, and there will be 2mins for questions.

It is recommended that posters should be in portrait format, A0 format (841 x 1189 mm).

To give the posters a uniform look please use this year's DAFx12 logo available as PDF, JPG and PNG.

DAFx-12 Call For Papers:

We are pleased to announce that the 15th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects will take place at The University of York, UK, between 17th and 21st September, 2012. This annual conference is a coming together of those working across the globe in research relating to digital audio processing for music, sound art, acoustics and related applications. The five-day program for this conference will include, in addition to presentations of papers reporting scientific and practical discoveries, concerts and a full social program.

The conference presentations will comprise key-note addresses, oral and poster presentations of submitted papers and tutorials/demonstrations. We would like to invite submissions of papers for presentation at DAFx-12 within the following general areas relevant to audio signal processing for music, sound art, acoustics and related applications:

At DAFx-12 we especially encourage submissions relating to:

After the successful introduction of state-of-the-art (STAR) papers at DAFx-11 there will be opportunities to present extended papers surveying the context, recent history and current state of a particular research area. Please note that only a few STAR papers can be accepted for presentation.

Acceptance to the conference for all submissions is subject to peer-review. Acceptance may be conditional upon changes being made to the paper as directed by reviewers. Accepted contributions will be published in the Conference Proceedings, which will be made freely accessible via the conference website. Prospective authors should prepare and submit a full-length paper, including all figures and references, according to one of the following two formats:

Submitted papers must be camera-ready and conform to format specified in the following templates:

Latex Templates

Word Templates

More complete instructions for authors are available in pdf or Word format.

Important dates:

Full- Paper Submission Deadline: Friday 23rd March 2012 Monday 9th April 2012
Friday 13th April 2012
Notification of Acceptance:
Friday 18th May 2012 Friday 8th June 2012
Final Paper Submission Deadline:
Friday 15th June, 2012 Friday 6th July 2012
Friday 13th July 2012
(please note that at least one author MUST be registered for the conference by this date)

The papers can be submitted using the web upload system.

In case of any further questions, please contact: papers@dafx12.york.ac.uk

Best wishes

  Damian Murphy (AudioLab, Conference Chair)
  Jez Wells (AudioLab, Papers Chair)
  Gavin Kearney (Theatre Film and Television, Facilities Chair)
  Jude Brereton (AudioLab, Concerts and Treasurer)
  Aglaia Foteinou (AudioLab, Conference Management)

Department of Electronics 

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