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ISCA Medals and Fellows Nominations 2022

ISCA Medals and Fellows Nominations 2022

Nominations are open for the following ISCA Awards:

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 can make a nomination. All nominations for ISCA Medal for Scientific Achievement should be submitted to the ISCA Secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5 January 2021 using the nomination form.  The ISCA Board will select the winner by 1 February and announce the winner in the March 2020 ISCApad. Unsuccessful candidates of the previous year(s) must be re-nominated to qualify for candidacy.  

The ISCA Service Medal recognizes an ISCA member who has provided extraordinary service to ISCA and/or the Speech Communication community. Any ISCA Board or Advisory Council member can make a nomination. All nominations for ISCA Service Medal should be submitted to the ISCA Secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5 January 2021 using the nomination form. Unsuccessful candidates of the previous year(s) must be re-nominated to qualify for candidacy.  

The ISCA Fellows Program recognises and honours 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 except for those on the Felows Selection Committee.. Fellows may be recognized by their outstanding scientific and/or technical contributions and/or continued significant service to ISCA. The supporting case for the candidate's nomination should include up to 3 major contributions which have had impact on the speech community and/or society in general. A nomination should be supported by 3 references from senior scientists/technologists in the Speech Communication community, for instance ISCA Fellows and ISCA Board members. Current ISCA Board members are not eligible for nomination. Members of the Fellows Seection Committee may not nominate candidates or provide references. All nominations for ISCA Fellow should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 10 February using the nomination form. Those who plan to nominate are strongly advised to send brief information on candidates (candidate's name and affiliation) to the above email address before January 10 with your name and contact email address. 

More information can be found on the ISCA Honors webpage.


ISCA Medal 2021

   2021 ISCA Medal for Scientific Achievement awarded to Prof. Dr Hermann Ney

Slides from Prof Ney's keynote address 

'Forty Years of Speech and Language Processing: From Bayes Decision Rule to Deep Learning

 

Fellow Nominations 2019

ISCA Fellow Nominations for 2019

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 http://bit.ly/2lwjfFr and the reference form from http://bit.ly/2iMJUNo. Nominations should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 10 2019. Those who plan to make a nomination are strongly advised to send a brief email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. giving their candidate's name and affiliation.


 

Open call for Nominations for ISCA Distinguished Lecturers 2019-20 and 2020-21

Nominations Open for the ISCA Distinguished Lecturers 2019/20 and 2020/21 (updated 4th January 2019)

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We are now open for nominations for ISCAs Distinguished Lecturers for the periods 2019-20 and open to enquiries for 2020-21.  Details of the scheme are available at ISCA Distinguished Lecturers webpage

 

Each nomination should include the following information:

  - a short biography of the candidate including selected publications (or a website/resume that provides this information)

  - topics/titles of up to three possible lectures that the nominee could give

  - the intended under-represented region (if known)

 

Self-nominations are encouraged.  Other nominators must ensure the nominee is willing to serve if selected.  Nominations from previous years will be only considered if updated.

 

Nominations should be sent to dl_nominations [at] isca-speech.org before 31 January 2019.

 

Thank You

 

Roger K. Moore

Chair: ISCA Distinguished Lecturers  Selection Committee


Medalist Nominations 2019

ISCA Medalist Nominations for 2019

Nominations are open for the ISCA Medalist 2019.

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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 15 January 2019.  The ISCA Board will select and announce the winner of the year on 1 March.  The Medalist nomination form can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/2yZjRcj. Unsuccessful candidates of the previous year(s) must be re-nominated to qualify for candidacy.  

More information can be found on the ISCA Honors webpage.