ICAD is a forum for presenting research on the use of sound to display data, monitor systems, and provide enhanced user interfaces for computers and virtual reality systems. It is unique in its singular focus on auditory displays, and the array of perception, technology, design and application areas that these encompass. Like its predecessors, ICAD 2001 will be a single-track conference. Attendance is open to all, with no membership or affiliation requirements.
There are two categories for papers: long papers of 10 pages and 30 minutes presentation time, and short papers of 6 pages and 20 minutes. Accepted posters will have 6 pages in the proceedings.
Submissions should consist of a 2-3 pages extended abstract for short papers and posters and a 4-5 pages extended abstract for long papers. Since audio demonstrations are an essential part of ICAD, the abstract should include a description of the prospective audio demonstrations. The templates for submissions are available at templates.html.
Papers are sought covering all aspects of auditory display. Work in progress papers are also acceptable. Example topics include, but are not limited to:
All accepted papers must be presented by an author at the conference. If none of the authors of an accepted paper has registered to the conference, the paper may not be published in the proceedings nor the CD-ROM.
Demo submissions will be evaluated on the basis of their innovation, relevance, scientific contribution, and potential logistic constraints. Commercial products are eligible, but sales and marketing activities are not appropriate. (NOTE: Please be prepared to provide your own equipment/computers for your demonstration, if you need special facilities. We can provide standard equipment.)
|Extended abstract submission received by||19th of January 2001|
|Demo proposal received by|| 9th of February 2001
|Notification of review decisions|| 9th of March 2001
|Camera-ready copy received by|| 11th of May 2001
|ICAD 2001|| 29th of July - 1st of August 2001
Submissions will be thoroughly reviewed by an international committee.
Registration information will be available later on the conference web pages and in the call for participation.
Like previous ICAD's, ICAD 2001 will also include at least one open mic session for impromptu presentations on some latest project that you've just started, a crazy idea that you'd like to share, or some amazing auditory experience that you'd like to relate.
IEEE Finland Section
This URL: www.acoustics.hut.fi/icad2001/
Last modification: June 21, 2001
Authors: Vesa Välimäki, Ville Pulkki