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ICEI 2018 special session "Analysis of ecoacoustic recordings: detection, segmentation and classification" - full programme

I'm really pleased about the selection presentations we have for our special session at ICEI2018 in Jena (Germany) 24th-28th September. The session is chaired by Jérôme Sueur and me, and is titled "Analysis of ecoacoustic recordings: detection, segmentation and classification".

Our session is special session S1.2 in the programme and here's a list of the accepted talks:

  • AUREAS: a tool for recognition of anuran vocalizations
    William E. Gómez, Claudia V. Isaza, Sergio Gómez, Juan M. Daza and Carol Bedoya
  • Content description of very-long-duration recordings of the environment
    Michael Towsey, Aniek Roelofs, Yvonne Phillips, Anthony Truskinger and Paul Roe
  • What male humpback whale song chorusing can and cannot tell us about their ecology: strengths and limitations of passive acoustic monitoring of a vocally active baleen whale
    Anke Kügler and Marc Lammers
  • Improving acoustic monitoring of biodiversity using deep learning-based source separation algorithms
    Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Tzu-Hao Lin, Joe Chun-Chia Huang, Yu Tsao and Chia-Yun Lee
  • Acoustic sensor networks and machine learning: scalable ecological data to advance vidence-based conservation
    Matthew McKown and David Klein
  • Extracting information on bat activities from long-term ultrasonic recordings through sound separation
    Chia-Yun Lee, Tzu-Hao Lin and Mao-Ning Tuanmu
  • Information retrieval from marine soundscape by using machine learning-based source separation
    Tzu-Hao Lin, Tomonari Akamatsu, Yu Tsao and Katsunori Fujikura
  • A Novel Set of Acoustic Features for the Categorization of Stridulatory Sounds in Beetles
    Carol Bedoya, Eckehard Brockerhoff, Michael Hayes, Richard Hofstetter, Daniel Miller and Ximena Nelson
  • Noise robust 2D bird localization via sound using microphone arrays
    Daniel Gabriel, Ryosuke Kojima, Kotaro Hoshiba, Katsutoshi Itoyama, Kenji Nishida and Kazuhiro Nakadai
  • Fine-scale observations of spatiotemporal dynamics and vocalization type of birdsongs using microphone arrays and unsupervised feature mapping
    Reiji Suzuki, Shinji Sumitani, Naoaki Chiba, Shiho Matsubayashi, Takaya Arita, Kazuhiro Nakadai and Hiroshi Okuno
  • Articulating citizen science, automatic classification and free web services for long-term acoustic monitoring: examples from bat monitoring schemes in France and UK
    Yves Bas, Kevin Barre, Christian Kerbiriou, Jean-Francois Julien and Stuart Newson

We also have poster presentations on related topics:

  • Towards truly automatic bird audio detection: an international challenge
    Dan Stowell
  • Assessing Ecosystem Change using Soundscape Analysis
    Diana C. Duque-Montoya, Claudia Isaza and Juan M. Daza
  • MatlabHTK: a simple interface for bioacoustic aanalyses using hidden Markov models
    Louis Ranjard
  • MAAD, a rational unsupervised method to estimate diversity in ecoacoustic recordings
    Juan Sebastian Ulloa, Thierry Aubin, Sylvain Haupert, Chloé Huetz, Diego Llusia, Charles Bouveyron and Jerome Sueur
  • Underwater acoustic habitats: towards a toolkit to assess acoustic habitat quality
    Irene Roca and Ilse Van Opzeeland
  • Focus on geophony: what weather sounds can tell
    Roberta Righini and Gianni Pavan
  • Reverse Wavelet Interference Algorithm for Detection of Avian Species and Characterization of Biodiversity
    Sajeev C Rajan, Athira K and Jaishanker R
  • Automatic Bird Sound Detection: Logistic Regression Based Acoustic Occupancy Model
    Yi-Chin Tseng, Bianca Eskelson and Kathy Martin
  • A software detector for monitoring endangered common spadefoot toad populations
    Guillaume Dutilleux and Charlotte Curé
  • PylotWhale a python package for automatically annotating bioacoustic recordings
    Maria Florencia Noriega Romero Vargas, Heike Vester and Marc Timme

You can register for the conference here - early discount until 15th Sep. See you there!

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