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Nominations are now open for 2017 ISCA Fellows to be awarded at INTERSPEECH 2017.

 
Nominations should be sent to fellows_nomination AT isca-speech.org by February 10, 2017. Those who plan to nominate are strongly advised to send brief information on candidates (candidate's name and affiliation) to Kate Knill, the ISCA Board Member for Fellows, at the above email address before January 10 with your name and contact email address. You should receive an acknowledgement within a week. Forms and further information can be found here:

ISCA Distinguished Lecturers Nominations of candidates for 2017-2018

Dear ISCA Member,
Open call for nominations of ISCA Distinguished lecturers Nominations of candidates for 2017-2018 terms are now open.
Each nomination should include the following information:

  • a short biography of the candidate,
  • selected publications,
  • a website, or a resume that provides this information,
  • plus topics/titles of up to 3 possible lectures that the candidate could give.

Please note that the nominator must ensure the candidate is willing to serve if elected.
Nominations from previous years will be only considered if updated.
Self nominations must include a letter of support from an ISCA Fellow or Board Member.
Nominations should be sent to dl_nominations{at}isca-speech.org before January 31, 2017.
Isabel Trancoso, head of DL selection committee.

ISCA Distinguished Lecturer
Valerie Hazan has just completed her first lecture tour as ISCA Distinguished Lecturer, in Chile. She gave well attended talks at the University of Santiago, hosted by the Department of Linguistics and Literature, and at the University of Concepcion, hosted by the Departments of Foreign Languages, of Spanish and the Faculty of Education. She also had research discussions with staff and students, and introduced them to ISCA. Valerie received a very warm welcome at both institutions during this successful and enjoyable lecture tour.