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>   1. Linux Audio Conference 2020 : Call for scientific & artistic
>      works (Linux Audio Conference)
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>Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2019 22:12:13 +0200
>From: Linux Audio Conference <lac at linuxaudio.org>
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>Subject: [Ardour-Users] Linux Audio Conference 2020 : Call for
>        scientific & artistic works
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>The 18th Linux Audio Conference call for participation is open.
>The conference will take place May 11-13, 2020, at the SCRIME, part of
>the University of Bordeaux in France.
>Up-to-date information will be available at the following address :
>Linux Audio Conference is the premier meeting of developers,
>researchers, and artists developing and using free, libre and
>open-source audio software,
>mainly on the GNU/Linux operating system.
>The conference is part of the Linux Audio consortium.
>A special event will take part the day before, on Sunday the 10th May
>2020: attendants may want to book their week-end.
>This edition's date has been chosen so that interested parties may be
>able to attend the International Faust Conference, which will happen in
>Paris 14-15 May 2020.
>We kindly invite researchers, developers and artists alike to take part
>to the event and propose their work.
>Important information
>- Submissions must go through the conference website:
>- Submissions must be written in English.
>- Submissions will be peer-reviewed by a jury of experts with adequate
>qualifications in regard to the topic of the submission, excluding
>lightning talks.
>- Submissions will be present in the proceedings, including workshops,
>excluding lightning talks.
>- Submissions can focus on technical, artistic or scientific issues.
>- Contact address: lac at linuxaudio.org
>- Deadlines (all deadlines are at 23:59 UTC -12:00):
>  * Paper & poster submission deadline: 31/12/2019
>  * Workshop submission deadline: 31/01/2020
>  * Notification to authors: 15/02/2020
>  * Camera-ready deadline: 25/03/2020
>  * Code jam: 10/05/2020
>  * Conference dates: 11/05/2020 to 13/05/2020
>Call for Papers / Posters / Workshops
>The general themes are audio research and development on Linux systems,
>& FLOSS (free, libre and open-source) multimedia.
>We encourage submissions on non-Linux FLOSS operating systems (BSDs,
>Haiku, Fuschia, IncludeOS, Redox...) as well as non audio-centric works:
>video, network protocols, performing arts, video games...
>The 2020 edition has a leading theme: Libre Languages.
>Paper templates are available to download from here:
>The length of a paper is 4 to 8 pages, with up to 5 keywords, and an
>abstract of 100 to 200 words.
>The abstract will be published on the conference website once the paper
>has been accepted.
>Initial submissions must be anonymized ; please inform us of any
>potential conflict of interest.
>The full paper will be made available on the website at the beginning of
>the conference.
>Accepted papers will be presented in an oral session.
>In order for a paper to appear in the proceedings, it must have been
>presented orally at the conference by at least one of its authors.
>The length of the presentation is 20 minutes followed by a 5 minutes
>LAC2020 accepts submission of posters related to any of the themes
>mentioned before.
>We cannot print posters.
>There is a printing shop located very close to the university which can
>print a poster from a PDF (Copifac Talence, 548 Cours de la Lib?ration).
>LAC2020 accepts workshop proposals.
>An abstract and a description of the workshop following the paper
>template (1 or 2 pages max) is required.
>If the workshop participants need to install any kind of software,
>please write it plainly in the workshop abstract.
>Workshops must last at most two hours ; if shorter, please precise the
>expected duration in the submission so that we can schedule them
>Lightning talks
>Lightning talks last 5 minutes and can be very useful to quickly present
>your latest software development.
>They will not be submitted to peer review and can cover peripheral
>topics, including discussions about the Linux Audio community or other
>areas of free software.
>Due to the very short time, if a medium is required, you will be
>required to submit it :
>  * As slides in PDF format.
>  * As a video file.
>The medium will be made readily available on a plugged-in computer.
>Non-exhaustive list of accepted topics
>  * Art projects done with free software systems.
>  * Audio architecture of operating systems
>  * Audio plug-ins
>  * Education, teaching
>  * Graphical environments for creation
>  * Hardware support
>  * Interactive Art
>  * Interfaces for musical expressivity
>  * Live coding
>  * Embedded hardware & support (ARM, RISC-V, etc)
>  * Mobile hardware & support (phones, tablets)
>  * Musical production and related tools
>  * Network protocols
>  * Network distribution
>  * New Media Art
>  * Open hardware
>  * Performing arts
>  * Programming languages for creation
>  * Real-time programming languages
>  * Real-time operating systems and kernels
>  * Sensors, human-machine interfaces in a real-time context
>  * Signal and sound processing
>  * Sound spatialisation
>  * Standards, interoperability
>  * Video
>  * Video games
>Call for Artworks
>LAC 2020 invites submissions of artistic works involving the use of
>free, libre and open-source software and/or hardware.
>Pre-recorded music, interactive installations and live performances are
>A jury will select the compositions and installations to be included in
>the conference program according to artistic merit and technical
>Please be prepared to perform your work yourself and make sure that you
>have all resources needed to perform your piece (e.g. instruments,
>props, other performers, etc.).
>The installations will be located in multiple places, which are
>described on the website at the following address :
>Each place will have a different sound system available.
>Musical works and installations can address all areas of media art as
>long as they include some level of audio creation using free software.
>Examples of accepted works can include:
>  * Acoustic Music
>  * Acousmatic music
>  * Art installations
>  * Electronic Music
>  * Electroacoustic Music
>  * Game in art
>  * Interactive Art
>  * Live code
>  * Mixed Music
>  * Musique concr?te
>  * New Media Art
>  * Web and Connected Art
>Code jam
>The day before the official beginning of the conference (10th may) will
>feature a code jam.
>The goal of the code jam is to provide a space for teams developing
>Linux audio software to meet in person and discuss development issues in
>an informal way,
>as well as introduce new contributors to the various codebases,
>and overall to perform a live state of the art of audio software on free
>The code jam will have a topic, which will be disclosed upon opening.
>It is not mandatory to follow it as it mainly serves to provide
>Starting from Sunday 21:00, a live code session will begin. It is open
>to everyone.
>If you plan to participate, please notify us in the registration form
>  * The kind of media you plan to use ? (Audio, video, both...)
>  * The output ports are available on your hardware ? (HDMI, VGA, ...)
>We thank you in advance for your participation and kindly invite you to
>share this call to any interested organization or person you may be
>aware of.
>With our best regards,
>The Linux Audio Conference team
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