Virtual conference on computational audiology VCCA2020
The Virtual Conference on Computational Audiology 2020 (VCCA June 19, 2020) welcomes abstracts on innovative projects, research, and other topics related to AI and Audiology. Preference will be given to projects with novel applicability or future‐oriented perspectives that will improve access, precision, and efficiency of hearing health care service.
- Computational models
- Machine learning for audiology
- AI for auditory implants
- e-Audiology (connected hearing health care)
- AI & Music (for hearing impaired)
- Computational infrastructure and software
The abstract submission, registration for presenters, and early-registration for the VCCA2020 virtual conference on June 19 is open! The deadline for abstract submission is May 31. Notification of abstract acceptance will be June 5.
- Ever imagined how to scale up your auditory experiment from a 100 to a 100,000 subjects? See this exciting blog about issues that need to be addressed to scale up auditory experiments. If you're interested to join Elle's workshop on computational infrastructure on June 19 during the VCCA2020 conference, don't forget to fill out the survey and/or if you have suggestions leave a comment in response to her blog
- We also welcome contributions in the form of blog or reviews to our website. The purpose of this neutral forum/website is to share knowledge about computational audiology. The forum is also used to host the VCCA2020 conference. If you’re interested you can send a text or a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org to get it published on the forum.
- There is an open LinkedIn-group created on computational audiology and related fields, following this link to request access.
- Have a look on the submitted abstracts and the high-quality video-clips that are uploaded along with some of the abstracts.
The VCCA2020 conference is supported by the Radboudumc, Radboud University, University of Pretoria and the Washington University in st. Louis. We thank our sponsors for supporting our young scientist award and making the virtual Conference possible!