Ljubljana's Institute for Sonic Arts Research, IRZU has opened a call for papers and music for the 38th edition of the International Computer Music Conference, which will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 9–15 September. Paper submissions are accepted in the areas of philosophy, aesthetics, live coding, AI, hardware and software systems, and the history of electronic music. For a full list of topics covered at the conference head here.
Audio submissions are also being accepted, including installation works and live coding works and laptop performance. More info here. Submissions open 4 January, with the deadline for submissions on 15 February. Selected papers will be announced on 1 May. Submissions can be made here.