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Topics of interest

We invite contributions focusing on errors produced by humans and/or machines in in multimedia,multimodal and multilingual data processing from (but not limited to) the following area:

  • Cognition and brain studies related to errors in speech
  • Speech production
  • Speech perception
  • Spoken interaction
  • First and second language acquisition
  • Bilingualism and code switching
  • Voice pathologies / clinical phonetics
  • Prosody
  • Natural language processing
  • Corpus linguistics
  • Automatic speech processing
  • Speech and multimodality
  • Speech and language translation
  • Information retrieval
  • Evaluation methods

Paper submission

The language of the workshop is English.

All papers must be formatted according to the INTERSPEECH 2015 Author's Kit, which you can download from the INTERSPEECH 2015 website, but with the possibility to use up to six pages in total (including bibliography) instead of the 4+1 pages for INTERSPEECH 2015. Interspeech provides templates for LibreOffice, Microsoft Word, and LaTeX. However, we strongly recommend to use LaTeX. Papers must be submitted as a pdf document via the online submission system of the conference management system.

For submitting your paper, please follow this link.

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Important dates

27 April 2015: paper submission deadline;

15 Mai 2015: paper submission deadline;

15 June 2015: notifications of acceptance;

29 June 2015: final papers due;

24 July 2015: early-bird registration;

11-13 September 2015: workshop.

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Call for papers

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