Event /  1 Aug 2022

Audio Data Across Domains (AudioXD) Workshop

Audio Data Across Domains (AudioXD) workshop for researchers who use audio data to share methods, discuss common challenges, and form teams to pursue grants together. Hosted by the Kitzes Lab, University of Pittsburgh.

In person Event
1 Aug 2022 - this event is in the past.
9:00 am ~ 5:00 pm America/New_York
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15260, United States.

Call for Applications - Audio Data Across Domains (AudioXD) Workshop

We are pleased to invite you to apply to attend the first Audio Data Across Domains (AudioXD) workshop, a cross-disciplinary meeting focused on building a network of researchers involved in audio data analysis. Our goal in this workshop is to connect researchers across scientific disciplines to share methods, discuss common challenges, and form interdisciplinary teams to jointly pursue funding opportunities. This first AudioXD meeting is a collaborative effort of the Kitzes Lab at the University of Pittsburgh, the Academic Data Science Alliance, and the Berkeley Institute for Data Science. Need-based travel funds to attend the workshop are available.

When: August 1-2, 2022

Where: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (completely in person)

What: This cross-disciplinary in-person meeting will give professionals from all audio-related fields the opportunity to connect, share ideas, and develop collaborations. Through a combination of structured and unstructured time, we aim to (1) create new interpersonal connections between attendees and (2) identify common research themes, needs, and pain points that could form the basis for new research collaborations.

Who: The target audience for our AudioXD meeting is data scientists, including those in methods disciplines (e.g., statistics, computer science, electrical engineering) and application domains (e.g., music, biology, environmental science, engineering, linguistics, psychology, history, sociology, journalism, law) who conduct research using audio data. We specifically invite applications for early career researchers (late-stage graduate students through Assistant Professor, or equivalents outside of academia).

Please visit our website and fill out the short participant application form if you are interested in attending. We encourage participants to request travel support (airfare and hotel) if it will enable them to attend the event. Participants will be selected to span a range of career stages, disciplines, areas of expertise, and institution types.

Questions about the application or event can be directed to Sam Lapp ([email protected]).



The AudioXD Organizing Committee

Justin Kitzes, University of Pittsburgh

Brian McFee, New York University

Sam Lapp, University of Pittsburgh

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