Welcome to the latest news from INTERSPEECH 2018

The paper submission portal is open!

Satellite/Workshop proposals deadline:
February 28, 2018

 Show and Tell proposals deadline:
March 30, 2018

The conference team are working very hard to make INTERSPEECH 2018 a wonderful conference for the Speech Communication community. Most attendees won't have visited Hyderabad before so the team have put together this information sheet on accommodation and transport options. You'll see that a special help desk is going to be running at the airport for INTERSPEECH attendees. 

Check out the INTERSPEECH 2018 website for more information.

INTERSPEECH 2018 Paper submission opens February 15!!!

Submission portal opens:
February 15, 2018

Abstract submission deadline:
March 16, 2018

Final paper submission deadline:
March 23, 2018

Acceptance/rejection notification:
June 3, 2018

Camera-ready paper due:
June 17, 2018

September 2-6, 2018
Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

INTERSPEECH is the world's largest and most comprehensive conference on the science and technology of spoken language processing. Interspeech conferences emphasize interdisciplinary approaches addressing all aspects of speech science and technology, ranging from basic theories to advanced applications. Contributions to all areas of speech science and technology are welcome. In addition to regular oral and poster sessions, INTERSPEECH 2018 will feature plenary talks by internationally renowned experts, tutorials, special sessions, show & tell sessions, and exhibits. A number of satellite events will also take place around INTERSPEECH 2018.

Original papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following areas:
1. Speech Perception, Production and Acquisition
2. Phonetics, Phonology, and Prosody
3. Analysis of Paralinguistics in Speech and Language
4. Speaker and Language Identification
5. Analysis of Speech and Audio Signals
6. Speech Coding and Enhancement
7. Speech Synthesis and Spoken Language Generation
8. Speech Recognition – Signal Processing, Acoustic Modeling, Robustness, and Adaptation
9. Speech Recognition – Architecture, Search, and Linguistic Components
10. Speech Recognition – Technologies and Systems for New Applications
11. Spoken Dialog Systems and Analysis of Conversation
12. Spoken Language Processing – Translation, Information Retrieval, Summarization, Resources, and Evaluation

A complete list of the scientific area topics including special sessions is available at


Nominations Open for the ISCA Distinguished Lecturers 2018

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We are now open for nominations for ISCAs Distinguished Lecturers for the period 2018-19.  Details of the scheme are available at ISCA Distinguished Lecturers webpage


Each nomination should include the following information:

  - a short biography of the candidate

  - selected publications

  - a website, or a resume that provides this information

  - topics/titles of up to three possible lectures that the nominee could give


Please note that the nominator must ensure the candidate is willing to serve if elected.  Also, nominations from previous years will be only considered if updated.  Finally, self-nominations are permitted, but must include a letter of support from an ISCA Fellow or Board Member.


Nominations should be sent to dl_nominations [at] before 31 January 2018


Thanks You


Roger K. Moore

Chair: ISCA Distinguished Lecturers  Selection Committee


Proposals for Interspeech 2018 Special Sessions, Challenges and Satellite Workshops Deadlines Close

The deadline for proposals for Special Sessions and Challenges at Interspeech 2018 is 1st December 2017: details

The deadline for proposals for Satellite Workshops is 8th December 2017: details

Nominations for ISCA Fellows 2018

The ISCA Fellows Program recognizes and honors outstanding members who have made significant contributions to the science and technology of speech communication. To qualify for this distinction, a candidate must have been an ISCA member for five years or more with a minimum of ten years experience in the field. Nominations may be made by any ISCA member.  A nomination should be supported by 4 references from ISCA Fellows or ISCA Board members. Current ISCA Board members are not eligible for nomination. The Fellows nomination form can be downloaded from and the reference form from Nominations should be sent to by February 10 2018. Those who plan to make a nomination are strongly advised to send a brief email to giving their candidate's name and affiliation before January 10.