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Saturday, January 11, 2014 by Chris Wellekens

3-1-4 INTERSPEECH 2014 Calls for workshops, special sessions and tutorials
INTERSPEECH 2014 - SINGAPORE September 14-18, 2014 
The organizing Committee of INTERSPEECH 2014 invites proposals for workshops, 
special sessions and tutorials around INTERSPEECH 2014, which will be held in Singapore 
on September 14-18, 2014. 
The theme of INTERSPEECH 2014 is “Celebrating the Diversity of Spoken Languages”. 
 WORKSHOPS (submission by the 1 December, 2013) ******************************
The Organizing Committee would be pleased to host various workshops and satellite events 
of INTERSPEECH 2014 in order to stimulate focus areas and research activities related to 
speech and language. If you are interested in organizing a workshop, or would like a planned 
event to be listed as an official satellite event:
 More information on 
Contact Dr Chai Wutiwiwatchai at: ***********************
 SPECIAL SESSIONS (submission by the 31 December, 2013) ****************************
Submissions of Special Session proposals covering interdisciplinary topics and/or important new 
emerging areas of interest related to the main conference topics are encouraged. Submissions 
related to the special focus of the conference, “Celebrating the Diversity of Spoken Languages”, 
are particularly welcome. Apart from a particular theme, special sessions should be the 
opportunity for a format different from a regular session. 
More information on 
Contact Dr. Tomi H. Kinnunen at: *************************************
TUTORIALS (submission by the 3 January 2014) **************************************
INTERSPEECH 2014 will host a number of high calibre tutorials covering interdisciplinary topics 
and/or emerging areas of interest. Applications for tutorials that either introduce a new area of 
interest to the speech research community or provide a condensed overview of an active area of 
speech related research are strongly encouraged. Each tutorial will be of three or six hour 
duration and is expected to provide a complete coverage of the proposed topic rather than focus 
on individual research. More information on 
Contact Professor Eliathamby Ambikairajah at: 
The Organizing team 

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