LAC 2019 : Linux Audio Conference
Call For Papers
Call for Participation
Call for Papers / Posters / Workshops
LAC 2019 invites submissions of papers, posters, and workshops addressing all areas of audio processing based on Linux and open source software.
All submissions and presentations are in English.
Submitted papers are expected to respect academic standards and must be complete (a simple abstract is not enough).
Submissions can focus on technical, artistic, and/or scientific issues and can target developers and/or users.
This includes (but is not limited to) the following categories:
Audio and Music Languages
Audio Hardware Support
Drivers, System and Sound Architecture
Education and E-Learning
Projects Realized using Linux Audio
Realtime Kernel and Linux Distributions
Signal Processing and Sound Synthesis
Standards and Protocols
Full papers must be written and presented in English. The length of papers is 4 to 8 pages, with up to 5 keywords, including an abstract of up to 200 words. The abstract will be published on the conference website once the paper has been accepted. The full paper will be available on the website during and after the conference.
All papers are peer reviewed by a committee of experts from different disciplines. Reviewers may suggest improvements to the author(s), or require changes in order to accept the submission.
The duration of the presentation is 25 minute followed by a 5 minute discussion.
Poster papers must be written in English, should be 2-4 pages, with up to 5 keywords, including an abstract of up to 150 words.
The abstract will be published on the conference website once the poster has been accepted.
All posters are peer reviewed by a committee of experts in different disciplines. Reviewers may suggest improvements to the author(s), or require changes in order for the poster to be accepted.
Demos are informal project (e.g., plug-in, software, interface, idea, etc.) presentations that will be carried out in parallel with poster presentations. Demos can be submitted through this online form to be added to the conference program.
Workshop presentations (max duration of 2h) should be 1-4 pages, with up to 5 keywords, including an abstract of up to 150 words to be published on the conference website. Make sure that your proposal indicates if participants are expected to have a specific level, if there are prerequisites, if you'd like to limit the number of participants, etc.
Workshops will take place in the CCRMA classroom (which can host approximately 30 people). A projector and a 4 channels sound system will be available in this space.
Submit a brief description of the workshop including a URL (if available).