The prestigious International Automotive Audio Conference promoted by the Audio Engineering Society returns in full force to Detroit, Michigan, June 8-10, 2022. The AES Audio Product Education Institute is planning a dedicated three-day conference track and special events, reinforcing the general AES conference program. Taking place at the Dearborn Ford Conference and Event Center, this will be a unique opportunity for the automotive product development and engineering community.
The AES Europe Spring 2022 (AES’s 152nd Convention) will feature both in-person events (including a focused technical program). Coming up May 7-8, at the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague, Netherlands, and followed by an online technical program May 16-19. The Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) will have representatives attending to promote its activities, dedicated to improving the knowledge and skills of professionals involved in the development of audio products, from concept to delivery.
This year’s expanded format AES Show Fall 2020 features a variety of themed programming each week. Audio Engineering Month already included a series of special panels and interviews, TechTours, webinars, Special Events, the APEI Product Development Symposium, the AoIP Summit, and AES Student Week – all online. The final week of Audio Engineering Month will feature the AES Show Technical Program and Marquee Event with Imogen Heap, Heyser Lecture, Special Panels and more TechTours.
The Audio Engineering Society is inviting academic and industry audio researchers and practitioners to participate in the first AES event highlighting Machine Learning. The online symposium will focus on machine learning as it relates to applications in digital signal processing and audio engineering.
The Audio Product Education Institute supports this important AES symposium, through its Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning education pillar. The symposium will offer nine hours of programming consisting of pre-recorded presentations with live Q&A and parallel sessions in dedicated breakout rooms.