Hi everyone,

We are delighted to invite you to attend and contribute to the 5th Audio
Developer Conference (ADC), hosted in London, 18-20th November 2019.

ADC is an annual event celebrating all audio development technologies, from
music applications to embedded systems. ADC showcases over 40 talks and
keynotes, and a day of workshops led by experts from the audio industry.
ADC’s mission is to help attendees acquire and develop new skills, and
build a network that will support their career development. It is also
aimed at showcasing academic research and facilitating collaborations
between research and development.

The deadline for submitting proposals for talks, posters, demonstrations,
and workshops is *28th June 2019.*

*Important dates*

   - 31st May: End of early bird ticket price (up to £100 off)*
   - 28th June: Deadline for submitting proposals for talks, posters,
   demonstrations, and workshops
   - 13th July: Notification of acceptance
   - 19th July: Program announcement

*If you're planning on submitting a talk, poster, demo, or workshop, you
are still encouraged to register before 31st May. We receive a greater
number of proposals than we can accommodate, and you may end up paying the
full price if your proposal isn't accepted. We offer one free ticket per
accepted presentation

*Call for talk, poster, and demonstration contributions*

You are invited to submit a proposal for a talk, poster, and/or demo to be
presented at this event. Presenting your work at the Audio Developer
Conference is an excellent way to engage a wide range of audio developers
with your areas of interest and expertise, and gather useful feedback from
experts. JUCE invites all attendees – from audio development gurus to indie
developers and students – to contribute to the Audio Developer Conference.

Talks range from audio research to professional practices to standards in
audio development, as well talks about application areas and career
development. Experimental projects are welcome. We are seeking deeply
technical talks aimed at experts as well as more accessible talks that may
be of interest to students and new developers. We can accommodate talks
that are 25 minutes long (half session) or 50 minutes long (full session),
including Q&A. Talks, posters and demonstrations can be on any topic listed
below. Posters (A0 portrait) and demonstrations will be on display
throughout the conference, including lunch breaks and coffee breaks.

Accepted talks, posters, and demonstrations proposals will benefit from one
free ticket to the conference.

Submit a proposal here <https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=adc-2019>

*Talk, poster, and demonstration topics*

- Audio and Digital Signal Processing
- 3D and VR/AR audio
- iOS and Android development
- Real-time audio optimisation
- Audio latency, jitter, performance predictability
- Applications of audio programming (e.g., games, medicine, cryptography)
- Programming language-specific audio tools and practices
- Software development tools, techniques, and processes
- High performance computing
- Interface and interaction programming
- Sound design tips and techniques
- Embedded, Linux, bare metal audio programming
- Scientific programming
- Graphics / GPU
- Audio synthesis and analysis
- Best practices in audio programming, as well as design and evaluation of
audio software and hardware systems
- Parallelism/multi-processing
- Educational approaches and tools for audio and DSP programming
- Planning and navigating a career as an audio developer
- Other relevant topics likely to be of interest to the ADC audience

*Call for workshop contributions*

The first day of ADC is devoted to workshops aimed at deepening
participants’ technical skills and introducing them to new topics. This
year, we are delighted to invite you to submit proposals for workshops that
you would like to lead, to accompany our curated workshop programme.

We are seeking submissions for 1.5-hour or 3-hour workshops on topics of
interest to the ADC community. These may be aimed at novice, intermediate,
or expert audio developers. Example topics might include:

- Teaching participants about particular DSP concepts or techniques
- Teaching participants about specific audio programming practices, tools,
frameworks, etc.
- E.g., creating plug-ins, audio programming for Android, audio for
embedded systems, programming with SOUL, audio for games
- Introducing newcomers to the field and industry
- E.g., intro to audio programming, how to get a job in the industry
- Teaching participants about other relevant practices or technologies
- E.g., GUI design, UI design, machine learning, sound design
- Other topics likely to be of interest to ADC attendees

All accepted workshop proposals will benefit from one free ticket to the

Submit a workshop proposal here


We offer sponsors the possibility to showcase new products or technology
that are relevant to the theme of the conference. To learn more about the
options, please get in touch with us by e-mail: a...@roli.com


If you have any questions about making a proposal, please contact

*Jean-Baptiste Thiebaut*
*ADC Executive Director*


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