LINGUIST List 32.2928

Wed Sep 15 2021

Calls: Applied Ling, Comp Ling, Phonetics, Text/Corpus Ling/Denmark

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Date: 11-Sep-2021
From: Oliver Niebuhr <>
Subject: 33rd Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing
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Full Title: 33rd Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing
Short Title: ESSV

Date: 02-Mar-2022 - 04-Mar-2022
Location: Sonderborg, Denmark
Contact Person: Oliver Niebuhr
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Phonetics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 12-Dec-2021

Meeting Description:

The team of the CIE Acoustics Lab at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is very happy to host the 33rd ESSV conference from March 2-4 in Sonderborg/DK. For years, the ESSV has managed to bring together scientists from various disciplines that range – from phonetics through psychoacoustics to signal processing and electronics – for vivid, inspiring exchange and networking activities. We don't want to touch that! On the contrary, we will try to further support these activities with spacious rooms and a “hyggelig” atmosphere with a sea view on one of SDU’s most modern campus areas; provided that the corona pandemic allows us a physically real meeting. If this is not the case, we will switch to a hybrid or fully online conference concept.

Call for Papers:

The ESSV conference series spans a wide range of fields that concern the creation, analysis, and (digital) processing of speech signals, with a special focus on applied research, i.e. practical applications and technologies. We therefore ask for contributions (in German or English) on the following topics:

Speech synthesis and speech generation;
Speech dialogue systems, also multimodal ones;
Human-robot and human-computer interaction;
Quality assessment of spoken language and speech technology;
Speech recognition and natural language comprehension;
Nonspeech signals related to speech: Music, biosignals and technical signals;
Applications in medical, nursing, and rehabilitation technology;
Cognitive and neural systems;
Speech technology in industrial and home sectors;
Phonetic, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic aspects of speech technology;
Studies and applications of paralinguistics.

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