Theme issue: Sonic Experiences: Interaction, Connectivity, and Multi-Sensory Technologies [CFP]

Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing


Luca Turchet University of Trento
Alan Chamberlain University of Nottingham
Maria Kallionpaa Hong Kong Baptist University
This theme issue of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing is based on extended papers from the forthcoming Audio Mostly: Sonic experiences in the era of the Internet of Sounds (AM’21) conference.
A special focus of this theme issue is on aspects of sonic experiences related to the multi-sensory aspects of audio, interaction, and connectivity. More details of the themes, and of the event, will be available on the website.
Authors of accepted papers at AM'21 are invited to significantly extend their work for this wide-ranging theme issue which will reflect the range and diversity of the research featured at the conference.
Researchers working in areas covered by Audio Mostly who were unable to feature in the event are also welcome to submit a contribution.


Submissions should be original papers and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Extended versions of papers from relevant conferences and workshops are invited as long as the additional contribution is substantial (at least 30% new content).
Authors should follow the formatting and submission instructions for Personal and Ubiquitous Computing at .
For more information visit the Springer Nature Information for journal Article Authors pages at
During the first submission step in Editorial Manager select Original article as the article type. In further steps, you should confirm that your submission belongs to this special issue by choosing the special issue title from the drop-down menu.
All papers will be peer-reviewed.

Important dates

Dates may be subject to change.
Submissions due: March 31 2022
Final papers due: June 15th 2022
Expected publication date: fall 2022
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