Call for Papers
INTERSPEECH is the world’s largest and most comprehensive conference on the science and technology of spoken language processing. INTERSPEECH conferences emphasize interdisciplinary approaches addressing all aspects of speech science and technology, ranging from basic theories to advanced applications. In addition to regular oral and poster sessions, INTERSPEECH 2019 will feature plenary talks by internationally renowned experts, tutorials, special sesssions and challenges, show & tell sessions, and exhibits. A number of satellite events will also take place around INTERSPEECH 2019.
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Papers intended for INTERSPEECH 2019 should be up to four pages of text. An optional fifth page could be used for references only. Paper submissions must conform to the format defined in the paper preparation guidelines and as detailed in the author’s kit on the conference webpage. Please be aware that INTERSPEECH 2019 will use new templates and submissions will be accepted only in the new format. Submissions may also be accompanied by additional files such as multimedia files, to be included on the proceedings’ USB drive. Authors must declare that their contributions are original and have not been submitted elsewhere for publication. Papers must be submitted via the online paper submission system. The working language of the conference is English, and papers must be written in English.
We look forward to receiving your submissions and to your participation in INTERSPEECH 2019!
Scientific Area Topics
Original papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Speech Perception, Production and Acquisition
- Phonetics, Phonology, and Prosody
- Analysis of Paralinguistics in Speech and Language
- Speaker and Language Identification
- Analysis of Speech and Audio Signals
- Speech Coding and Enhancement
- Speech Synthesis and Spoken Language Generation
- Speech Recognition — Signal Processing, Acoustic Modeling, Robustness, Adaptation
- Speech Recognition — Architecture, Search, and Linguistic Components
- Speech Recognition — Technologies and Systems for New Applications
- Spoken Dialog Systems and Analysis of Conversation
- Spoken Language Processing — Translation, Information Retrieval, Summarization, Resources and Evaluation
For a more comprehensive list of topics, please see Areas and Topics.