For this year's conference we'll be offering travel passes to move whithin the city of Zürich during conference days. These can be gathered from Leah Bradshaw on Sunday, July 9 at Affolternstrasse 56 (main conference venue) from 15:00 to 16:00 or at the tram stop Bahnof Oerlikon Ost where a representative will be waiting at 16:50 near the gold water fountain to then go together to the Welcome Drinks venue.
Passes not collected on Sunday, will be available for collection on the first day of the conference.
IAFPA offers 2 travel grants of £250 for students who are self-funding attendance at our conference. Equinox, the publisher of The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, who will kindly sponsor these two grants named after this journal.
Applicants must provide a PDF copy of their accepted paper, a short statement about themselves and their research interests and a letter from their supervisor supporting their application.
Applications must be submitted via email to: email@example.com.
NOTE: Application deadline is 12th June 2023.
IAFPA traditionally hosts the Best Student Paper Award, and Zurich will be no exception. Just like last year, two prizes will be awarded: one for the best paper and one for the best poster. Both winners of this Prize win free registration for next year’s IAFPA conference.
The criteria for participating are:
Note that being a student member of IAFPA is not a requirement.
Please indicate in your abstract whether your paper is eligible for the Best Student Paper award.
Following the success of last year, we are delighted to announce that Oxford Wave Research are offering the Best Student Acoustic/Automatic Paper Award again at this year's conference. The prize is offered to papers focused on topics relating to automatic speaker recognition, audio processing and acoustics. Eligible papers will be specially selected and the winner will be decided by a small panel selected by Oxford Wave Research.