We invite original submissions of 5-page INTERSPEECH-style papers or 2-page extended abstracts in all areas of vocal interactivity.

Suggested workshop topics may include, but are not limited to the following areas:

  • Physiological and morphological similarities/differences between vocal systems in animals
  • Properties and functions of animal signals
  • Evolution of vocal interactivity
  • Vocal imitation and learning
  • Conveyance of emotion
  • Comparative analyses of human and animal vocalisations
  • Use of vocalisation
  • Vocal interactivity between non-conspecifics
  • Spoken language systems
  • Technology-based research methods


Paper submissions should conform to the format as detailed in the INTERSPEECH 2017 Author’s Kit.

Submit your paper at the EasyChair submission page