Call for papers and demos
After the success of the first three editions, we are pleased to invite the community to submit to the 4th International Symposium on the Internet of Sounds (IS2 2023). The Internet of Sounds is an emerging research field positioned at the intersection of the Internet of Things and Sound and Music Computing domains. The symposium will be hosted at the congress center “Ex Monastero delle Benedettine” in the city of Pisa, Italy.
The aim of the symposium is to bring together academics and industry to investigate and advance the development of Internet of Sounds technologies by using cutting-edge tools and processes. The event will consist of presentations from academics and keynotes, poster presentations, demonstrations, as well as tutorials.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
- Wireless acoustic sensor networks
- Networked music performances
- Web Audio for the Internet of Sounds
- Networked Musical XR
- Detection and classification of sounds in acoustic sensor networks
- Sound-based anomaly detection and sound-based predictive maintenance in networked settings
- Visualization and Sonification of acoustic sensor networks
- Embedded Audio
- Networked Immersive Audio
- Privacy and security in acoustic sensor networks
- Smart Musical Instruments
- Musical haptics for the Internet of Musical Things
- Participatory live music performances
- Music education applications for the Internet of Musical Things
- Intelligent music production in Internet of Musical Things contexts
- Spatial audio for the Internet of Sounds
- Sonification for Internet of Sounds applications
- Ubiquitous music
- Protocols and exchange formats for the Internet of Sounds
- Improving accessibility and inclusiveness within the Internet of Sounds
- Open audio databases for Deep Learning and Data Mining
- Challenges in the management and delivery of large audio databases
- Visualization, access and indexing of audio databases
- Cloud-based services for musical and audio applications
- Semantic Audio applications for the Internet of Sounds
- Sustainability and ethical aspects of the Internet of Sounds
We consider contributions in the form of a full paper (min 5 pages, max 10 pages), a poster paper (min 2 pages, max 4 pages), or a demo proposal (max 2 pages). Authors are welcome to submit to all three tracks. We encourage the submission of work in progress as well as more mature work. However, only the contributions of at least 4 pages will be included in the Proceedings to be submitted to IEEE.
The program will include two satellite events:
- The 1st International Workshop on Networked Immersive Audio
- The 2nd International Workshop on Multilayer Music Representation and Processing
For the topics addressed in each workshop please visit the respective webpages.
- Papers and demos submission deadline: July 31, 2023
- Author notification: September 7, 2023
- Camera ready due: October 1, 2023
- Early registration deadline: 29 September 2023, 23:00 CEST.
- Late registration deadline: 19 October 2023, 23:00 CEST.
- Symposium dates: October 26-27, 2023
All submissions will be fully peer-reviewed. The review process is single-blind. The papers must be submitted via EasyChair paper management system. The expected number of pages for contribution should not exceed 10 pages for paper. Authors must follow IEEE ethical and writing guidelines.
LaTeX and Word template: IEEE conference templates.
Submission portal: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=is22023
The IS2 2023 proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE for publication. Only accepted paper long 4 pages or more will be included in the proceedings. Abstract and demo papers will not.
The Organizing Committee will select the winners for the Best Paper, Best Student Paper and Best Demo awards. To be eligible for the best student paper award, the presenting and first author of the paper must be a full-time student.
- Stefano Giordano (University of Pisa)
- Gregorio Procissi (University of Pisa)
- Nils Peters (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg and Fraunhofer IIS)
- Sacha Krstulovic (Music Tribe)
- Claudia Rinaldi (CNIT – National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications)
- Benjamin Matuszewski (IRCAM)
- Chrisoula Alexandraki (Hellenic Mediterranean University)
- Luca Borgianni (University of Pisa)
- Marco Domenico Santambrogio (Politecnico di Milano)
- Laura Giarré (University of Modena e Reggio Emilia)
- Luca Turchet (University of Trento)
Address: Centro Congressi Le Benedettine, Piazza S. Paolo a Ripa D’Arno, 16, 56125 Pisa PI. The event will be held also in hybrid format on Zoom.
How to reach the venue: From the Pisa railway station it is recommended to take bus line 6 (4 minutes).
Getting to Pisa is possible by air, train and car.
• The Galileo Galilei International Airport of Pisa links Pisa to many destinations in Italy and several hubs in Europe (during summer some intercontinental flights are always available). The Pisa International Airport is located along the coast at only 1 km from the city center of Pisa. You can find more information here: https://www.pisa-airport.com/en/
• Pisa is reachable by train from a series of Tuscan cities, such as Florence, Livorno, Siena and Lucca, but railroad also links Pisa to other major towns in Italy. The main two train stations in Pisa where trains arrive from or depart to are the San Rossore Station (close located to the Piazza del Duomo) and the Pisa Central Station, from where several busses transport passengers to the center of the town.
• Taxi service in Pisa is operated by Cooperativa Pisana Tassisti. CO.TA.PI. Taxis provide service 24 hours a day at the airport and train station. At the airport, the taxi stand is in front of the airport on the arrivals side. In general if you need to call a taxi to come pick you up the number is 050-541600. Fares go by the meter, the driver is obliged by law to start the meter at the start of every trip.
Code of conduct
The code of conduct for attending IS2 is described here.
- IEEE Communications Society
- IEEE Italy section
- Audio Engineering Society – Italian Section
- AIMI – Italian Association for Music Informatics
Enquiries can be addressed to Prof. Stefano Giordano: firstname.lastname@example.org