The Audio Engineering Society announced that it has opened registration for the upcoming AES Europe 2023 Convention, set to take place at Aalto University, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, May 13 to 15 for three days of presentations and events.
Early Bird registration pricing, with special discounts for AES members, is now available online, as well as the Call for Submissions for those looking to submit papers, workshops and tutorials to be featured at this 154th International AES Convention.
Detailed travel and hotel suggestions are available online. The AES Europe 2023 Convention organizing committee includes convention chair Ville Pulkki; papers co-chairs Nils Peters and Sebastian Schlecht; and workshops chair Aki Mäkivirta.
Preliminary program details include keynote speaker Douglas Castro, CEO and founder of Helsinki-based Neural DSP Technologies, a leading developer of digital effects and associated hardware to emulate real guitar and bass amplifiers using signal processing and artificial intelligence technologies. Additionally, Castro founded Darkglass Electronics (acquired by Korg in 2022), specializing in distortion pedals, amplifiers and cabinets designed for heavy rock bassists. Two AES Europe 2023 social events have also been scheduled – an Archipelago Sightseeing Cruise and buffet on Saturday, May 13 (additional registration required), and an AES student party the following day.
This year’s official event sponsor is Finland-based AES sustaining member Genelec. Additional partner and sponsor opportunities are still available. Go here for more details and to register.