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Web Audio Conference 2017: Call for Participation

From: Sebastian Ewert <s.ewert@qmul.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2017 15:37:48 +0100
To: public-audio@w3.org
Message-ID: <74dcb194-9b92-c6ea-9809-5880c93f5eba@qmul.ac.uk>
Dear all,

we are happy to announce that the programme for this year's Web Audio 
Conference (WAC) is now available on our website: 
http://wac.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/programme/

This will be the third installment of the conference (after 
IRCAM/Mozilla in Paris and GeorgiaTech in Atlanta) and will be held at 
the Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London from 
August 21-23, 2017.

The final programme features a wide range of oral paper presentations 
and talks, poster presentations, interactive demos, web-based artworks 
and installations, as well as two nights with performances and concerts. 
We are looking forward to fantastic keynotes given by Chris Chafe (CCRMA 
/ Stanford University) and Franziska Schroeder (SARC / Queen’s 
University Belfast). Additionally, there will be joint activities with 
the co-located Audio Mostly conference on Wednesday.

Further, there will be a wide variety of tutorials, given by Paul Adenot 
(Mozilla), Felicia Lim / Jamieson Brettle (Google), Nicholas Jillings / 
Ryan Stables (BCU), Christoph Guttandin (Media Codings) and Iwan Dewi 
Lavanant (...Loops). That means we will learn about the latest 
developments and additions to the web audio api right from Mozilla, 
Google's work on open standards for producing spatial audio in the 
browser, how to build audio effects on the web, how to effectively test 
web audio code and how to collaboratively improvise music in the browser.

So if you think that Web Audio is or will be relevant, please register 
today (early bird registration ends on 31 July).

We are looking forward to welcoming you to London!

Best wishes,
the WAC organizing committee


-- 
Dr Sebastian Ewert
Lecturer in Signal Processing
Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) and Machine Listening Lab (MLLAB)
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Queen Mary University of London
+44 20 7882 8287
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