The presentation of the accepted papers is taking place on Wednesday 9 September through Friday 11 September 2020.
Full paper deadline
Final paper submission
All accepted DAFx2020 papers will be published open access in the online and printable proceedings (with ISSN and doi).
Extended versions of selected papers will be published in a dedicated special issue of the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society (to be announced). The journal has both printed and online versions. One paper will be granted free open access.
To ease problems due to the current shutdown of Institutions, we temporarily moved the submission deadline ahead by 3 weeks.
We are actively monitoring the situation and we don't exclude further actions.
Currently, depending on the country you reside in, group activities may only be performed online. For those contributions which absolutely require live interaction that was not possible to be completed before deadline, we advise the following:
1- in your work, please include the description of the experimentation or other evaluations you would have carried out if social distancing were not being enforced
2- include a link to a web page in which the results can be shown at a later time, that can be taken into account during the review process
3- when submitting your work, please notify us in the special comments that the work would have required resources that are unavailable to you due to the current situation
4- at a later time, please send us a notification when these resources became available to you. You might still be able to include these results in your work and we will then allow you to update your submission
Notice that updating of your work after the deadline will only be allowed, upon our evaluation, if the above mentioned special circumstances apply to you. Minor additions can still be included in the final submission of any accepted paper.
We are pleased to invite the community to submit to the 23rd International Conference on Digital Audio Effects. The conference will be hosted at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts. The annual conference brings together academics, industry bodies and students from around the globe to participate in the development of Digital Audio Effects for music production, speech, sound design and other applications.
We would like to invite submissions of papers for presentation at DAFx2020 within the following general areas:
We are proud to announce that this year we developed a software platform, which allows us to preserve the internal links (hyperrefs) of the individual papers in the compiled book of online proceedings. The same platform also automates the redaction of the entire conference programme.
Thus, we expect the authors to strictly comply with the given templates and to format their contributions, whenever possible, using LaTeX instead of MS Word. While it is not impossible to correctly produce a compliant paper with MS Word, it requires a lot more discipline to keep the bibliography and everything else in the correct format and to insert cross-references in the text, using the full context option. Additionally, bookmarks to paper sections must be manually placed.
Since the new proceedings and programme production process required a slight update of the templates,
Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers according to one of the following two paper formats:
The program committee will decide the types of presentation based on the conference organisation, and the authors' preferences. Submitted papers must be camera-ready and conform to the format specified in the template, which can be downloaded here.
Papers should be submitted using the EasyChair conference management system.
All submissions must be original and will be subject to peer review.
Acceptance may be conditional upon changes being made to the paper as specified by reviewers. Final versions of the accepted contributions will be published in the conference proceedings distributed to all registered delegates at the conference site and will be made freely available.
DAFx2020 papers will be considered for publication in the open access repository at mdw. This will not preclude the possibility to publish extended versions of the papers in other open access journals.
If financial conditions will allow, also this year we will award the best DAFx2020 papers. Unlike the previous editions, however, only students or non-affiliated researchers are eligible for the awards.
If you have any queries or questions, please contact the organisers on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The time-slot for the presentations is 20 minutes (15 minutes talk, 5 minutes questions and answers). This splits up into 15 minutes for presentation, and 5 minutes dedicated to discussion with the audience. During the discussion, the next presenting author will be invited to prepare.
All presentations should be tested before the start of your session. The screen will accept either VGA, HDMI or mini-Display Port. A mini-jack will be available for audio demonstrations. Whilst there may be some converters available, please ensure you bring your own. A dedicated machine will be available as well which will be suitable for PowerPoint and PDF presentations.
The DAFx2020 logo can be found in PNG or EPS formats here for your presentation.
Posters for each day will be pinned for either the morning or afternoon of each conference day for unguided discussion. The posters should be in portrait or landscape A0 format (841 x 1189 mm). Each author will also give a two minute overview of their poster before the session.
The DAFx2020 logo can be found in PNG or EPS formats here for your poster.