Early Registration Deadline (XXII PVC East)
PVC East Conference in Krakow
Full Paper Submission Deadline for chosen abstracts accepted as full papers
Gallery of photos from the conference.
Best student paper award received Jerzy Wolf for How to create an emotional and/or altered voice quality. An acoustic comparison between habitual and altered voice of the same natural speaker.
Best medical paper award received Brian Wong for OCT Application to the studies of human vocal folds in vivo.
Best engineering paper award received Marcin Just et al. for Vocal loading test with periodic measurement of diagnostic parameters.
Information about submitting full papers to IEEE Xplore.
|Registration||before 14 March||after 14 March|
|Normal||975 PLN||1 070 PLN|
|IEEE member||926 PLN||963 PLN|
|PVC Committees||780 PLN||856 PLN|
|PVSF member||683 PLN||749 PLN|
|Gala Dinner only||335 PLN||360 PLN|
Undergraduate students presenting their work register at no fee. PhD students register with regular fees. Please fill registration form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exchange rates as off March 20, 2014: 1 Euro = 4,15 PLN, 1$ = 2,99 PLN.
Make sure to put your name on the bank transfer.
IEEE or PVSF members must also send the confirmations of a membership to Joanna at email@example.com.
All costs of money transfer must be covered by the payer.
The money transfers should be addressed to:
Techmo sp. z o.o.
Bank Pekao S.A.
PL 43 1240 4533 1111 0010 5012 9712
PLEASE NOTE: The conference registration fee covers all sessions, workshops and all events at the AGH including coffee breaks and materials resulting from the conference. The registration fee also covers the Gala Diner at the Wieliczka Salt Mine, one hour long guided tour of the Mine, group photo and the round trip transfer from the AGH to the Mine.
Also please note: Because you are participating in The XXII Annual Pacific Voice Conference (East), we will promote your educational events in the future if you are planning to produce a similar venue.
International interaction among scientific disciplines is essential for better understanding of spoken language and voice signals processing and for the advancement of speech-voice technologies. In the tradition of PVSF, the XXII PVC emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of voice and speech research, this time further broadening its scope to also include applications to bioengineering, biomedicine, health, machine communications and performing arts. In the global spirit of science, we move the XXII PVC to the AGH in Krakow, Poland, where it will be held on the 11-13 of April 2014. Accepted papers will be published on line (http://www.pvsf.org/e-phonoscope-journal/) in an open access journal form and (or) IEEE Xplore.
The XXIII PVC returns to California to be held at the Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California, USA in the Spring of 2015 in conjunction with the VI World Voice Consortium Congress. Please follow both of these activities on http://www.pvsf.org, on http://www.dsp.agh.edu.pl/pvc/start and on the many social media sites.