HSCMA will feature a late-breaking session dedicated to the presentation of recent results, ideas, and demos. To submit, send a 1-page pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org including: a title the nature of the proposal: poster or demo the names and affiliations of all authors a 150-250 word abstract Demo stands will consist of a table, a power …
Registration is now open. See here.
Paper and demo submissions will be handled via EDAS. Click here to submit a new paper or to revise an already submitted paper.
The workshop will feature two special sessions: Advances in sparse modeling and low-rank modeling for speech processing proposed by Hervé Bourlard and Afsaneh Asaei (Idiap) Speech detection and speaker localization in domestic environments proposed by Maurizio Omologo (FBK) and the DIRHA consortium.
HSCMA is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society. HSCMA is also supported by ISCA through its Robust Speech Processing SIG.
We are proud to announce our three keynotes.
The best paper and the best student paper will each receive a 500$ award sponsored by Starkey and IBM.