Call for Late Breaking / Demo

The Late-Breaking/Demo (LBD) Session is dedicated to the presentation of preliminary results, ideas, applications or system prototypes that are not yet fully formed nor systematically evaluated, but are of interest to the MIR community.  Participants are encouraged to submit extended abstracts (up to two pages, not including references) which will undergo a light, open peer-review process.  All accepted abstracts are required to be presented as a poster during the LBD Session on the final day of ISMIR 2016.  This year, the LBD session will be open the public, so we particularly encourage work which is of interest to a broad audience.  Submissions will be accepted from May 14th until August 10th.

To submit a late breaking / demo abstract please follow the instructions provided here: