The bidding deadline for 2023 (bids for Interspeech 2027) has been extended to 1 December!
This document also contains information about preparing and submitting a planning bid (for teams which would like feedback in advance of submitting a full bid in the following year).
In order to encourage bidding from locations where organizing an Interspeech conference may be more risky, ISCA has established the Interspeech Risk Fund to support risk-sharing between Interspeech organizers and ISCA. Please read this short description of the Risk Fund and this worked example (note that the exact numbers in the worked example depend both on the number of conference participants and the current balance of the Risk Fund, so the actual amount of risk taken on by ISCA will vary).
Bids must be submitted by members of the scientific community; bids coming directly from PCOs will not be considered. However, we strongly recommend that organizers collaborate with a PCO (including during the preparation of the bid, if you so desire).Please make sure that you submit a bid document which conforms to the bidding and budget template alongside the larger glossy booklet. The format of the bidding template should be maintained so that bids can be directly compared; the glossy booklet may have any format you like. Examples of glossy booklets are available upon request.
We recommend contacting the ISCA Conferences Chairs to obtain feedback before submitting your bid!
For purposes of promotion, high-resolution ISCA logos are available for download.
For the proceedings of past Interspeech, EUROSPEECH, and ISCLP conferences see the ISCA Online Archive.
Do you want to order copies of the proceedings of previous ISCA Workshops or Conferences? Please contact ISCA secretariat.