Virtual Conference on Computational Audiology (VCAA) 2022
VCCA2022 will provide a platform for presentation and discussion of research in Computational Audiology. The focus lies on the applications of computational approaches (big data, machine learning, AI, signal processing) to audiological interventions and hearing science (hearing loss, hearing devices).
The call for abstracts is now published!
Information about the registration will be published soon.
- February 18th 2022: Abstract submission system opens
- April 26th 2022: Abstract deadline
- May 12th 2022: Decisions communicated (acceptance/rejection)
- June 8th 2022: Deadline submission of video recordings and slides
- June 30th 4pm-10pm / July 1st 8am-1pm: Conference
Internationally renowned scientists will present their proceedings in research on the multiple aspects of the application of computational approaches to audiological diagnostics, intervention, and rehabilitation.
As in the previous editions, we will organize a competition for young scientists for the best talk, and a competition for the best video pitches. We continue to strive to be the platform where young talents, innovators, clinicians, and seasoned experts share ideas, have opportunities to network, and get inspired.
The topics will include:
- Big data and AI in audiology and hearing healthcare
- Computational approaches to improving hearing devices and auditory implants
- Data-based and model-based investigations into hearing loss
- Hearing diagnostics and rehabilitation
- e-Audiology and e-Research (remote hearing healthcare and virtual audiological care and interventions)
We are happy to announce a special session on predictive coding, organized by Bernhard Englitz, Emma Holmes and Floris de Lange, which will cover physiological, theoretical and cognitive aspects of predictive coding.
Mission (of computational audiology):
- Improve hearing healthcare for hard-of-hearing people (>500 million people)
- Improve efficacy of hearing devices and audiological interventions
- Reduce the global burden of hearing loss with computational approaches
- Hearing, Audiology, AI and Computational researchers all over the world
- Especially young scientists are encouraged to take part
- No participation fee
- Several time zones