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Thursday, October 21 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Tutorial: What does it take to write a paper for the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society?

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Do you ever wonder if you could write a paper for the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society (JAES)? Would you like to be known as a published author? Are you curious about how technical papers are prepared and submitted? Ever wonder what "peer review" means? If any of these questions apply to you, then this tutorial will help get you started! JAES--which has been in continuous publication since 1953--presents technical articles in all areas of audio engineering practice. While authors often come from established companies in the audio industry, academic institutions, and government laboratories, individuals of any background are also eligible to submit manuscripts for publication consideration. Submissions need to present prominent, state-of-the-art accomplishments in the domain of audio engineering. This tutorial covers the basic requirements of JAES manuscripts, explains the publication review process, and gives many important tips on what it takes to be the author of a successful technical paper. Come learn how YOU can be a key contributor to the technical knowledge contained in the AES Journal.

Speakers
avatar for Robert C. Maher

Robert C. Maher

Professor, Montana State University
Audio digital signal processing, audio forensics, music analysis and synthesis.
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Joshua Reiss

Queen Mary University of London
Josh Reiss is a Professor with the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London. He has published more than 200 scientific papers, and co-authored the book Intelligent Music Production, and textbook Audio Effects: Theory, Implementation and Application. He is the President-Elect... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
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