Interspeech and other ISCA event submissions are reviewed by expert scientists in the field. These events cannot take place without involvement of the full community to review the numerous submissions and guarantee the scientific quality. Becoming a reviewer allows to engage in the scientific speech community and to help us in increasing the scientific quality of the ISCA events.
To be eligible as a reviewer for ISCA, you should have previously published at Interspeech, ICASSP, ICPhS or related conferences and satisfy two or more of the following conditions:
If you already have a Conference Management Toolkit (CMT) account, please use the same email address to apply as a reviewer as Interspeech currently uses CMT.
Your application will be reviewed by ISCA board members.
If you already are a reviewer, you can update your profile in the ISCA reviewer portal.
If you have forgotten your password, you can ask a reset from the login page.
If you already have a Conference Management Toolkit (CMT) account, please use the same email address in your reviewer profile as Interspeech currently uses CMT.
If your email address is no longer valid, please contact the ISCA scientific coordinator.
To ensure an accurate matching between submissions and reviewer, Interspeech conferences now rely on the Toronto Paper Matching System.
Although not mandatory, all ISCA reviewers are strongly encouraged to set up a TPMS account by registering on the TPMS registering page. In order to be useable by Interspeech, it must be set up with the same email address as the CMT email address used to review submissions at Interspeech.
This will ensure you to get submissions more accurately related to your domain of expertise.
For any question, please contact the ISCA scientific coordinator.