We are pleased to announce the next Virtual Conference on Computational Audiology, VCCA2024! This will bring together hearing, audiology, AI, and computational researchers from across the world.
The 2024 conference will be chaired by Simone Graetzer (University of Salford) with co-chairs Trevor Cox (also Salford), Jon Barker (University of Sheffield), and Jan-Willem Wasmann (Radboud University Medical Center). The chair of the Scientific Committee is Volker Hohmann (University of Oldenburg).
The two main themes are AI and hearing and the changing landscape of Audiology. Our keynote speakers will include Manohar Bance (University of Cambridge) and Lars Bramsløw (Eriksholm Research Centre). The topics span a broad range, including the latest developments in hearing devices and AI technology for hearing and audiology, modeling hearing loss, field-related measurement and validation, cognitive and neuro-audiology, cochlear, brainstem, and vestibular implants, post-implant rehabilitation and accessibility and inclusive design in hearing and audiology.
VCCA2024 will build on previous conferences to provide an interactive platform for the presentation and discussion of the latest research in Computational Audiology. Key areas of exploration will include the application of computational approaches to audiological interventions and hearing science, AI in audiology and hearing healthcare, auditory neuroscience, and acoustics to facilitate hearing. The program will feature submitted talks, special sessions, and keynote presentations.
Our comprehensive program features submitted talks, special sessions, and keynote presentations. More details to follow soon.
Previous Pitch Videos
Want a quick impression of what VCCA2024 contributions might look like? Immerse yourself in the exciting pitches submitted for VCCA2023. Click here to watch these presentations.
Mission and Impact
The VCCA conferences strive to enhance hearing healthcare, improve the efficacy of audiological interventions, and mitigate the global burden of hearing loss through computational approaches. The conferences promote discourse, collaboration, and innovation within our global community of scientists and researchers.
- Hearing, Audiology, AI, and Computational researchers all over the world
- People working on speech and communication and/or assistive technology
- Young scientists are especially encouraged to take part
- No participation fee
- Several time zones
- March 1st 2024: Abstract submission system opens
- May 1st 2024: Abstract deadline
- June 20-21 2024: Conference
Stay tuned for more details on the upcoming VCCA2024 and other Computational Audiology Network events. We look forward to your participation!
- Register for updates (CAN newsletter)
- Computational Audiology TV (here you will find many recordings)
- Follow us on social media (LinkedIn)
- CAN Slack Channel
Questions and further information
If you have any questions, email us at VCCA2024@computationalaudiology.com.