Welcome to VCCA2021,
This virtual “Goodiebag” contains information and additional items for you.
Video-conferencing can be more tiring than regular meetings and we scheduled several breaks for your recovery. We also highlight a few articles to help you prepare.
VCCA2021 Coffee Corner
For informal chats, an important part of traditional conferences, we encourage all attendees to use the Signal messenger and to join the VCCA2021 Coffee Corner. This will be used across sessions and platforms to connect all participants that attend the conference. We will share an invitation to the dedicated group-chat with you.
Computational Audiology TV
We have launched Computational Audiology TV. On this channel, we will release selected videos about computational audiology and contributions to the VCCA2021. Don’t forget to subscribe. You can watch the great video pitches highlighting some of the upcoming presentations (click on the video here). They are also embedded on the online abstract pages.
Below you find Teaser videos for the VCCA2021 Special Sessions 1 and 2 on the Global Burden of hearing loss and Big data. The first Special Session will be introduced by Prof Nick Lesica. Here you can find Nick’s blog about how AI-led hearing healthcare could address the growing global burden of hearing loss.
The second Special Session on Big Data will be chaired by Prof Waldo Nogueira and include invited talks and a panel discussion.
Please contribute to the Big Data discussion by filling out the (anonymous):
5-minute survey on Big Audiological Data
How to survive a virtual conference?
More than a dozen security and privacy problems have been found in Zoom. Here's an updated list. Please note that to have all functionality during the conference we recommend to use the Zoom app.
Check out some tutorials if you are need to zoom
Computational Audiology Developments
Author: Jan-Willem Wasmann Please send your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org The in update presented publications were found using [(Computational Audiology) OR ((Machine Learning) AND audiology)] in Google Scholar.
Authors: Jan-Willem Wasmann Cris Lanting Wendy Huinck Emmanuel Mylanus Jeroen van der Laak Paul Govaerts De Wet Swanepoel David R. Moore Dennis Barbour