[LAA] CfP ICAD 2015 - Deadline EXTENDED to Sunday March 1, 2015

Visda Goudarzi visda at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Mon Feb 9 14:02:38 UTC 2015

Deadline for Submission of Papers, Posters, Music, and Installations EXTENDED to Sunday March 1st, 

Please note that the deadline for Extended Abstracts will not be extended.


The 21st International Conference on Auditory Display                                                                                                                       

July 6 - 7                    Workshops and Student Think Tank

July 8 - 10                  Conference

University of Music and Performing Arts and Technical University of Graz, Austria.

::::::::::::::::: KEY DATES :::::::::::::::::

01 March 2015                           Submission of Papers, Posters, Music, and Installations

15 March 2015                            Submission of Workshops

15 April 2015                               Submission of Extended Abstracts

15 April 2015                               Notification of acceptance for Workshops

01 May 2015                               Notification of acceptance for Papers, Posters, Music, and Installations

15 May 2015                               Notification of acceptance for Extended Abstracts

01 June 2015                               Camera-Ready deadline 

::::::::::::::::: AREAS OF INTEREST ::::::::::::::::: 

Relevant areas for ICAD include but are not limited to:

Auditory Display:

                  - Aesthetics, Culture, & Philosophy

                  - Design, Theory & Methods

                  - Technology: Tools & Applications

                  - Perceptual and Cognitive Aspects

                  - Usability & Evaluation

                  - Accessibility

 Special Focus of ICAD15:

                  - Sonification:

                                   - Exploration of Data through Sound

                                   - Sonification as Art

                  - Sonic Interaction Design

                                   - Interaction design

                                   - Input technologies

                                   - Auditory Information Design

                  - Spatial Audio

                                   - Binaural virtual acoustics

                                   - Loudspeaker-based sound field synthesis


Accepted papers will be included in the published proceedings and made publicly available in the 
Georgia Tech SMARTech system (http:// smartech.gatech.edu/). The types of submissions solicited for 
ICAD15 include:

 ::::::::::::::::: PAPERS AND POSTERS:::::::::::::::::

 Paper and poster submissions will be 4-8 pages in length, including all figures and references. Typical 
paper contributions are between 6 - 8 pages, and typical poster contributions are 4 - 5 pages long. Full 
papers should describe work that offers a substantial contribution to the field of auditory display. 
Authors of accepted papers will be invited to give an oral presentation of their work, and at least one 
author must present the work at the conference for the paper to appear in the proceedings. Poster 
submissions should describe both finished work and work in late stages of progress. Work that is 
complete enough that meaningful conclusions can be drawn at the time of submission are encouraged. 
Authors of accepted submissions will be invited to participate in a poster and/or demonstration session, 
and at least one author must present the work at the conference for the paper to appear in the 
published proceedings. When weighing the decision to submit to poster and demonstration sessions, we 
encourage authors to consider their work in relation to the potential positive benefits (both to authors 
and their audiences) afforded by the personal interactions that occur in this type of session.

Authors of selected full papers will be invited to submit an extended version (up to 12 pages) of their 
papers for publication in a Special Issue of the Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces (JMUI): Auditory 

(http:// www.springer.com/computer/hci/journal/12193)

 ::::::::::::::::: EXTENDED ABSTRACTS :::::::::::::::::

Extended abstracts include, but are not limited to late-breaking results, works in early stages of 
progress, novel methodologies, unique or controversial theoretical positions, and discussions of 
unsuccessful research or null findings. Submissions for extended abstracts require a proceedings paper 
of up to 2 pages in length. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to give a short presentation of 
their work, and at least one author must present the work at the conference for the abstract to appear in 
the published proceedings. The deadline of the extended abstracts is later to allow very recent 
contributions in the field.

Papers Co-Chairs

Visda Goudarzi and Areti Andreopoulou

papers.icad15 at iem.at

::::::::::::::::: MUSIC AND INSTALLATIONS:::::::::::::::::

We invite submissions of music and sound installations. Sonification should be a constitutive element of 
the proposed works. Priority will be given to works employing space and interaction as additional 
dimensions to an artistic data exploration. We therefore especially encourage the submission of 
multichannel electroacoustic or acousmatic pieces and interactive sound installations.

The works will be reviewed by an international panel of sound and sonification experts. Preference will 
be given to submissions that are technically feasible and have a clear documentation of the setup. At 
least one of the authors who wish to have their works presented at ICAD15 must register and attend to 
the conference. As we would like to extend the presentation of these works beyond the time limits of the 
conference, authors of accepted works are encouraged to present their work also online using the 
Research Catalogue (http://www.researchcatalogue.net), an international database for artistic research. 
The conference page will provide a portal to these presentations.

Music Co-Chairs

Johannes Zmölnig, Ypatios Grigoriadis, and Gerhard Eckel

music.icad15 at iem.at

We will provide child care during the conference and workshops. If you travel with a kid/ kids please 
drop us an email ahead of time.

For more information on submission in different categories please refer to the conference website: 

Conference Co-Chairs: Katharina Vogt and Ypatios Grigoriadis

chair.icad15 at iem.at

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