Sound Papers Wanted!
The tick-tock of the clock means time is running out participate in the Current Research in Sound session at USITT 2017 in St. Louis. Faculty, professionals, and graduate students doing research oriented work in audio are encouraged to share their content and provide an avenue for new voices in the field.
All submissions dealing with creative or technical innovations in sound will be peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published electronically; and some will be asked to participate in the session in St. Louis.
Abstracts (60 to 120 words) and précis (500 to750 words) must be submitted by Nov. 15. Applicants will be notified on acceptance by Dec. 15. Full paper must be submitted by Feb. 1. Papers invited for presentation at the conference will be announced by Feb. 15.
Contact Nicholas Drashner for more information.
Submit your proposal here.