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[AUDITORY] Submissions now accepted for 2016 AES International Conference on Headphone Technology

Dear colleagues!


(sorry for cross-posting)


As Papers Co-chairs for the 2016 AES International Conference on Headphone Technology in Aalborg (DK), this summer, we, Alexander Lindau and Jürgen Peissig, are pleased to announce that we are now accepting proposals for full technical papers, poster presentations and technical demos for our conference which is to be held in Aalborg (DK) this summer.


For more information and author's kits, please visit the web site




and navigate to the 'Paper Submission' subpage.


Conference Topics (non-exlcusive)


Headphone Design

Headphone Transducers: Technology, Measurement,

Microdrivers, Smart Control, Simulation


Additional Sensors

Wearing and Listening Comfort


Applications for Mobile Audio

Augmented Reality

Mobile Spatial Audio

Personal and Assistive Listening

Binaural Techniques


Noise Control

Monitoring and Analytic Listening



Headphone Quality

Quality Standards

Automatic Quality Evaluation

Perceptual Audio Evaluation

Perceptual Targets


We invite the submission of full papers between 4 and 8 pages by March 16, 2016.  All submitted papers will be double-peer-reviewed before selection. The conference review committee will decide which papers are accepted, and authors will be informed of the decision by May 16, 2016. After revision, final versions of papers must be submitted by July 15, 2016.


Additionally, the committee invites interested parties to propose demonstrations, workshops, or thematically suited product presentations. Email proposals should be sent to 2016HP_demos@xxxxxxx by May 31, 2016.  Acceptance notifications for demonstrations will be emailed by June 30, 2016.




A scientific jury will decide about Best Paper Award. Awards for Best Poster and Best Demonstration will be decided about with the help of all attendees and presented at the conference.




No later than 1 month after the conference the proceedings will be made permanently available online from the AES Electronic Library to subscribers. Further on, AES has a pay-to-publish policy in Open Access. If an author wants to make his/her paper openly available to everyone, this is possible by paying a specific Open Access fee. Please see details in http://www.aes.org/openaccess/


Finally, we ask you to share this information with interested colleagues and are hoping to welcome you in friendly Aalborg this summer.



Alexander Lindau - Max-Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt/Main

Jürgen Peissig - Leibnitz University, Hannover

Papers Co-Chairs