Lula da Silva procesado por corrupción

Esta es la tercera vez que el expresidente de Brasil pasa a la condición de reo en un proceso judicial por motivos de corrupción y lavado de dinero.

La Justicia de Brasil

Una nueva denuncia penal se ha hecho en contra el expresidente Lula da Silva por corrupción y lavado de dinero. El mes pasado donde fue condenado en primera instancia a 9 años y medio de prisión y en otro caso por las supuestas ventajas indebidas que recibió de empresas que se adjudicaron ilegalmente contratos de la petrolera estatal Petrobras. Siendo la tercera vez que el expresidente pasa a la condición de reo en un proceso judicial en Ciudad de  Brasil. Continue reading Lula da Silva procesado por corrupción

About the Venue

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About the Venue

Don’t miss Prado Museum Reina Sofía National Art Centre Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Royal Palace Plaza Mayor Square Alcalá Gate City Hall and Cisneros House Retiro Park Santa Ana Square
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history.

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PLENARY SESSIONS

PLENARY SESSIONS
PLENARY SESSIONS

Monday, September 5th Opening Session Welcome from the General Chair

Keynote speaker: Graeme M. Clark, Bionic Ear Institute, Melbourne, Australia (ISCA Medalist) Title: The Multiple-Channel Cochlear Implant: Interfacing Electronic Technology to Human Consciousness Fundamental research on electrical stimulation of the auditory pathways resulted in the Multiple Channel Cochlear Implant, a device which provides understanding of speech to severely-to-profoundly deaf people. The device, a miniaturized receiver-stimulator with multiple electrodes fed with power and speech data through two separate aerials was first implanted in a patient in 1978 as a prototype, and since 1982, was commercially produced by Cochlear Limited, Australia. Speech processing is based on the discovery that the sensation at each electrode is vowel-like. Initially, the second formant was coded as a place of stimulation, the sound pressure was coded as a current level, and the voicing frequency as a pulse rate. Further research showed that there were progressively better open-set word and sentence scores for the extraction of the first formant in addition to the second formant (the F0/F1/F2 processor), the addition of high fixed filter outputs (MULTIPEAK) and then finally 6 to 8 maximal filter outputs at low rates (SPEAK) and high rates (ACE). All the frequencies were coded on a place basis. World trials completed for the US FDA on late-deafened adults in 1985 and in 1990 on children from two years to 17 years proved that a 22-channel cochlear implant was safe and effective in enabling them to understand speech both with and without lip-reading.

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GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSION

GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSION
GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSION

Submission Guidelines A paper for INTERSPEECH 2005 must be submitted as a full and final paper. Consult the Paper Author’s Kit for detailed information on the format of the papers. The dealine for paper submission is April 14, 2005. Please follow the Paper Submission link to perform the actual paper submission. Please note that all papers for INTERSPEECH 2005 must be submitted electronically through this link.

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