AudioXD: Audio Across Domains is a cross-disciplinary meeting of audio data scientists that will give professionals from all audio-related research fields the opportunity to connect, share ideas, and develop collaborations. This first AudioXD meeting is a collaborative effort of the Kitzes Lab at the University of Pittsburgh, the Academic Data Science Alliance (ADSA), and the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS), with financial support generously provided by ADSA and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. The event will be hosted at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA, and will be completely in person.
HPBanner - AudioXD website banner logo - May 2022The target audience for our AudioXD meeting is data scientists, including those in methods disciplines (e.g., statistics, computer science, electrical engineering) and application domains (e.g., music, biology, environmental science, engineering, linguistics, psychology, history, sociology, journalism, law) who conduct research using audio data.
The stated goals of this cross-domain meeting are to 1) Create new interpersonal connections between attendees, and to 2) Identify common research themes, needs, and pain points that could form the basis for new research collaborations. To achieve these goals, the program will be split between rapid-fire knowledge sharing (lightning talks highlighting expertise and challenges across disciplines), unstructured networking (discussion sessions to develop connections and partnerships), and small-group ideation sessions for participants to share new cross-disciplinary ideas.