The Audio Engineering Society announces that the 134th Audio Engineering Society Convention will be held in Rome from May 4 to 7, 2013. This marks the first time an AES Convention will be held in Rome.
“Set in the heart of the ‘Eternal City’ at the new Roma Eventi – Fontana di Trevi Conference Centre, the Convention will be chaired by Umberto Zanghieri, vice president of the AES Southern Europe Region,” says AES Executive Director Bob Moses.
Roma Eventi – Fontana di Trevi Conference Centre recently opened in a neoclassical palace built by Guido Barluzzi in 1930, located in the heart of Rome, a stone’s throw from the Quirinale Palace and its namesake, the Trevi Fountain. Designated by Benedict XV as home to the Gregorian University, the Conference Centre covers almost 30,000 square feet, comprising 15 meeting rooms able to accommodate more than 1,000 participants.
The 134th AES Convention will bring together audio engineers from around the world to “Listen, Learn, Connect,” and share the latest knowledge in audio research, development and applications.
The 133rd AES Convention will be held October 26–29, 2012 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
For more information, visit AES at www.aes.org.