Grants and Awards
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For Selected Students and Young Scientists - 650 Euro
InterSpeech 2012 would like to express sincere gratitude to Google, Baidu, AT&T and IBM for their combined support of ten PhD Student Grants. These grants of 650 euros each (click here for current exchange rates), will enable qualified PhD students to attend this year’s Conference by offsetting some out-of-pocket expenses. Four students will be selected as the Google PhD grantees, and two (each) as the Baidu or IBM PhD grantees. In addition, two students working in the area of Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition will be selected as the AT&T PhD grantees.
Additionally, financial support of 650 euros per recipient is available from ISCA and InterSpeech 2012 for students and young scientists (age < 35) to offset expenses to attend InterSpeech 2012. Researchers who are unemployed or coming from low income-level countries are also encouraged to apply. Applicants from all countries are eligible.
Grants are approved by the ISCA Board and awarded according to the available budget to applicants who fulfill the requirements stated below.
The deadline to apply for a grant was Saturday, June 16, 2012. To learn more about the grant process, click here.
Google Best Student Paper - $500
Google is pleased to offer two Google Best Student Paper awards. The winning students will be selected by the Technical Program Committee and two senior members of the field, based on the written paper as well as the conference presentation. Winners will be recognized at the Conference with a prize of $500 each. One of the two awards will be awarded to a promising female student. The winners will be announced during the closing plenary session of the Conference on Thursday, September 13.
ISCA Best Student Paper
In keeping with tradition, ISCA is pleased to offer three Best Student Paper awards. Each of the winning students will be selected by the Technical Program Committee and approved by ISCA, and recognized at the Conference with a monetary prize. The winners will be announced during the closing plenary session of the Conference on Thursday, September 13.
Best Show & Tell - $500
BioSpeech is delighted to sponsor this award and to recognize the most outstanding research demonstration presented at InterSpeech 2012 with a cash prize of $500. Show & Tell presentations will be peer-reviewed at the Conference through an electronic voting process. The winner will be announced during the closing plenary session on Thursday, September 13. Click here for more details on submission guidelines and deadlines.
The deadline to submit a paper or Show & Tell Demo is Sunday, April 1, 2012. To submit a paper, click here.