The deadline for submissions is Saturday, March 2, 2024, 23:59, Anywhere on Earth. This deadline applies to both regular papers and to papers submitted to special sessions & challenges. Updates of submitted papers will be accepted until Saturday, March 11, 2023, 23:59, Anywhere on Earth. Only updates to the pdf and media files, the title, and the abstract will be permitted, while updates to the authors and topics cannot be made. Make sure that your paper complies with all instructions and specifications in the Paper Kit and with the ISCA Code of Ethics for Authors and the Submission Policy.
As for the last Interspeech, reviewing is double-blind. Please take particular care to follow the instructions in the Paper Kit regarding author identity and note that an anonymity period is required during which non-anonymous versions of the paper submitted or to be submitted to Interspeech cannot be uploaded or updated online. The anonymity period starts a month before the submission deadline and ends when the accept/reject decisions are announced.
For paper submission, you will leave the Interspeech 2024 website and be redirected to the CMT system. If you already have a CMT account, you can login with your existing credentials. If you do not have a CMT account, you will need to create one.
These are used to help detect conflicts of interest when assigning reviewers. Please enter your domain conflicts in two places:
- in your CMT user account: click your user name, select Domain Conflicts, then enter your domain(s);
- for each paper you submit: enter the domain conflicts for all authors of this paper, including the current domain of each author (CMT does not automatically do this based on authors’ CMT accounts).
The submission form will ask you to
- confirm compliance with the ISCA Code of Ethics for Authors, the Interspeech 2024 Pre-prints Policy, and the Interspeech 2024 Conference Policy – please read these before starting your submission
- agree to the No-show Policy
- indicate your preferred Presentation Format (oral or poster)
- state whether you want the paper to be considered for the Best Student Paper award
- optionally indicate the self-identified gender of the first author (which will be used for statistical purposes only)
- answer the author checklist as provided in the Paper Kit11
Please become a reviewer for ISCA conferences
Interspeech uses peer review to evaluate submitted manuscripts. If you are not already a reviewer for ISCA conferences, we encourage you to sign up at https://isca-speech.org/iscareviewers/reviewer.php using the same email address as CMT. To be eligible as a reviewer for ISCA you should have previously published at Interspeech, ICASSP, ICPhS or related conferences and satisfy two or more of the following conditions:
- Hold a Ph.D.
- Published at least one journal article as first author in a speech-related journal (e.g., IEEE/ACM T-ASLP; Speech Communication; Computer, Speech & Language; JASA; Phonetica; Journal of Phonetics; or other comparable journals)
- Published at least 3 Interspeech/ICASSP/ASRU/SLT or major NLP conference (ACL/EMNLP/NAACL) papers as first author
- Received at least 100 citations on first authored papers
- Have an h-index of at least 7 and i10-index of at least 10
- Be recommended by an ISCA Fellow, ACL Fellow, IEEE Fellow, IEEE Senior Member, or current/past Interspeech Area Chair