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Call for Papers: JAES Special Issue on Auditory Displays

Please see below for the Call for Papers for the JAES Special Issue on
Auditory Displays.
Apologies for cross posting.





Publication Date: Summer 2012

Special Issue Editors: Agnieszka Roginska, Tony Stockman, Bruce Walker
and Oussama Metatla, Email: ad_editors@xxxxxxx

Auditory Display is a highly interdisciplinary area of research
concerning all aspects of the use of sound to convey information and
ideas. The focus of this special issue is on auditory displays and the
range of interdisciplinary issues related to their use. We invite the
submission of high-quality papers in all areas of interest to those
who work with sound as a medium for conveying information and ideas.
Submitted papers will address the concerns shared by those who work
primarily with informational and affective aspects of sound including
sonification of data and processes, synthetic and composed sound,
musical sound, natural sound, and all issues related to interaction
with sound, specifically, how it is presented to and apprehended by

Submissions are sought on topics that extend from basic research in
auditory display to application domains in the arts and sciences,
mobile applications, accessibility, audio technology, information and
communications technology, computer games, engineering analysis,
medicine, and more. Original papers presenting unpublished material
relating to research in, but not restricted to, the topics listed
below are invited for consideration for the special issue. Submit
complete 4- to 10-page papers at www.aes.org/journal/submit by 2011
November 11. The guest editors, drawn from the board of the
Inter- national Community for Auditory Display (ICAD), will pay
special attention in the review process to how contributors present
innovation related to one or several of the topics listed below and
how they relate their contribution to previous work in the field. Upon
acceptance for publication, authors will be required to use JAES style
templates posted on www.aes.org/journal/submit.

PROPOSED TOPICS FOR PAPERS (including, but not limited to)
3-D and Spatial Audio
Aesthetics, Philosophy, and Culture of Auditory Displays
Accessibility Applications
Auditory Scene Design
Design Theory and Methods
Evaluation and Usability
Human Factors and Interaction
Mappings from Data to Sound
Psychology, Cognition, Perception, and Psychoacoustics
Sonification and Exploration of Data through Sound
Sound as Art Technologies and Tools

If you have any questions, contact the special issue editors:
Agnieszka Roginska, New York University,
Tony Stockman,Queen Mary, University of London
Bruce Walker, Georgia Institute of Technology
Oussama Metatla, Queen Mary, University of London
Email: ad_editors@xxxxxxx

Please submit complete 4- to 10-page papers at
www.aes.org/journal/submit by 2011 November 11.
Manuscripts due: 2011 November 11
Reviews sent to authors: 2012 January 20
Tentative publication date: Summer 2012