Nominations for ISCA Fellows 2018

The ISCA Fellows Program recognizes and honors outstanding members who have made significant contributions to the science and technology of speech communication. To qualify for this distinction, a candidate must have been an ISCA member for five years or more with a minimum of ten years experience in the field. Nominations may be made by any ISCA member.  A nomination should be supported by 4 references from ISCA Fellows or ISCA Board members. Current ISCA Board members are not eligible for nomination. The Fellows nomination form can be downloaded from and the reference form from Nominations should be sent to by February 10 2018. Those who plan to make a nomination are strongly advised to send a brief email to giving their candidate's name and affiliation before January 10.

Distinguished Lecturers for 2017-2018

2 Distinguished Lecturers have been selected for 2017-2018:

Professor Jennifer S. Cole, Linguistics, Northwestern University, USA

Professor Laurence Devillers, Artificial Intelligence and Human-Machine Interaction, University of Paris-Sorbonne IV, LIMSI-CNRS, France

See the Distinguished Lecturers webpage for details of their lecture topics.

Nominations Open for the ISCA Medal for Scientific Achievement 2018

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The ISCA Medal for Scientific Achievement recognizes and honors an individual each year who has made extraordinary contributions to the field of speech communication science and technology. Any ISCA member, except ISCA Board members, can make a nomination. All nominations for ISCA Medal of the year should be submitted to ISCA Secretariat at secretariat [at] by 1 January 2018. The ISCA Board will select and announce the winner of the year on 1 March 2018.  Unsuccessful candidates of the previous year(s) must be re-nominated to qualify for candidacy.

More information can be found on the ISCA Honors Medals webpage

Bids for Interspeech 2021

ISCA now invites bids for hosting INTERSPEECH 2021. INTERSPEECH conferences include papers on all the scientific and technological aspects of Speech. More than 1,500 participants from all over the world attend the conference annually to present their work in oral and poster sessions. Several satellite workshops and a Scientific and Industrial Exhibition highly enrich the conference content. INTERSPEECH conferences may be held in any country, although they generally should not occur in the same continent in two consecutive years. The next INTERSPEECH conferences will be held in Hyderabad, India (2018), Graz, Austria (2019), and Shanghai, China (2020).

In order to prepare the bid, please contact the ISCA conference coordinators under This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. well in advance of the deadline in order to prepare a high-quality bid.

Each bid needs to include:

Guidelines on how to prepare an INTERSPEECH conference can be found here.

Deadline for bid submission: November 1st, 2017