International Symposium on Hearing

International Symposium on Hearing 2018


The 18th International Symposium on Hearing will take place in Snekkersten, Denmark, from June 10-15, 2018.

The topic of ISH 2018 is "Hearing: Psychophysics, Physiology, and Models".

The meeting will focus on fundamental hearing science, with emphasis on psychoacoustics, physiology of hearing, and auditory modelling. The program will be limited to 50-60 podium presentations of about 15 min based on the accepted papers. Priority will be given to fundamental rather than applied research topics in the selection process. There will be no parallel sessions, and participants are expected to attend the majority of the sessions throughout the week. Accepted papers will be published in a special open access issue in Acta Acustica united with Acustica in Fall 2018. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to participate in the review process of this special issue. As in previous ISH meetings, feedback, comments, and open discussions about ISH contributions will be encouraged during and after the meeting.

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Important dates


January 2018
Submission open for initial 4-page paper. Please note that all corresponding authors must first pre-register their submission.

01 March 2018
Pre-registration deadline. 

08 March 2018
Deadline for submission of initial papers for the symposium.

21 March 2018
Notice of paper acceptance. The submission will be considered for further peer-review. In the case of a rejection, the authors are invited to resubmit their paper as a Fast-Track paper in Acta Acustica united with Acustica.

21 May 2018
Registration deadline. 

10-15 June 2018
ISH 2018.

01 July 2018
Deadline for final submission of revised papers.

Fall 2018
Publication of ISH papers in a special issue of Acta Acustica united with Acustica.

ISH 2018 sponsors

Technical University of Denmark       Oticon Fonden   

Widex   GN Hearing    Sonova


Cochlear    Starkey    Sivantos