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[AUDITORY] Reminder: SpIN 2018 abstract submissions are go!

Just as the squeaky wheel gets all the grease, the squeaky conference gets all the abstracts…


A wee reminder that you, illustrious auditory researcher, have but a fortnight left to submit a brief of your latest breakthroughs in the manifold fields of speech-in-noise research for the Speech In Noise Workshop, 11-12 January 2018 in dear green Glasgow. All research on communication in imperfect conditions is welcome, from enabling speech production to enhancing speech perception, from computational models to natural conversations, from measuring effort to understanding emotion. Whether the data is fully steeped or still brewing, the SpIN workshop, now in its 10th year, offers an exceptional  forum to discuss all of your meticulous details and madcap theories with like-minded boffins. Submit early, submit often.


*** SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 29 October 2017 ***

*** https://spin2018.eu/?p=submission ***


Additional details are available on the workshop's web page: http://spin2018.eu/

Further inquiries can be addressed to: info@xxxxxxxxxxx


We are looking forward to welcoming you to Glasgow!


The organizing team:

Antje Heinrich

Bill Whitmer

& Etienne Gaudrain

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