AIM at WASPAA 2023

On 22-25 October, several AIM researchers will participate at the 2023 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, taking place at the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY, USA. WASPAA is a premier event in the field of audio signal processing, organised by the IEEE’s Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing (AASP) technical committee, with a strong focus on music signal processing and computational sound scene analysis.

The AI and Music Centre for Doctoral Training, as in previous years, will have a strong presence at WASPAA 2023.

In the Technical Programme, the following papers are authored by AIM members:

In the Demo Session, the following demos will be presented by AIM members:

  • Music Ensemble Separation using Permutation Invariant Training (Saurjya Sarkar, Emmanouil Benetos, Mark B Sandler)

See you at WASPAA!

ICASSP 2023 Outstanding Reviewer Recognition for AIM students

As part of the 2023 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2023), AIM PhD students Jiawen Huang and Christian Steinmetz were recognized as ICASSP’s outstanding reviewers for their contributions to the reviewing process.

Congratulations to Jiawen and Christian! For a full list of AIM students’ activities for ICASSP 2023, please see the relevant post.


AIM at Sequences in London Workshop

Sequences in London is a 2-day workshop that aims to gather researchers working on different aspects of symbolic sequences, including string algorithms and data structures, computational biology, music information retrieval, and combinatorics on words, as well as application areas.

At the half-day for music information retrieval, AIM student Lele Liu gave a talk about her work on sequence modelling for audio-to-score music transcription. The talk briefly introduces her research in transcribing musical recordings into machine-readable scores by using deep sequential models. Feel free to find out more about her research here!