ICAD second call (Stu Smith )

Subject: ICAD second call
From:    Stu Smith  <ulowell!cs.uml.edu!stu%harvard%HARVUNXW.BITNET(at)VM1.MCGILL.CA>
Date:    Wed, 5 Jan 1994 14:15:28 -0500

CALL FOR PAPERS ICAD '94 International Conference on Auditory Display Santa Fe, New Mexico Dates: November 7-9, 1994 Sponsored by Santa Fe Institute Continuing the work of the successful ICAD '92 meeting, ICAD '94 will be held November 7-9, 1994 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. 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, and application areas that these encompass. ICAD '94 will be a single- track conference. Attendance is open to all, with no membership or affiliation requirements. Papers are solicited on any aspects of Auditory Display. Topic areas include, but are not limited to: - Auditory exploration of data via sonification (data-controlled sound) and audification (audible playback of data samples) - Real-time monitoring of multivariate data - Sound in immersive interfaces (Virtual Reality) and Teleoperation - Perceptual issues in Auditory Display - Sound in generalized computer interfaces - Technologies supporting Auditory Display creation - Data handling and sound synthesis for Auditory Display systems - Applications of Auditory Display SUBMITTING PAPERS Both short and long papers may be submitted. Long papers are not to exceed 10 single spaced, single sided pages, and short papers are not to exceed 5 pages. Authors may state their preference for a long or short presentation, but the final decision is up to the Steering Committee. In order to facilitate the blind review process, the following submission guidelines must be strictly adhered to: 1. Submit 6 copies of the complete paper to ICAD Santa Fe Institute 1660 Old Pecos Trail, Suite A Santa Fe, NM 87051 2. Include a single cover sheet which contains - the paper title - the full names, affiliations, complete addresses, phone and FAX numbers, and e-mail addresses of the authors - a 100- to 150-word abstract - a list of up to five keywords 3. Author names and addresses are NOT to appear in the body of the paper and self-reference should be in the third person to avoid compromising anonymity. +-------------------------------------------------------------+ | | | IMPORTANT DATES | | | | Manuscript submission 1 Apr 1994 | | | | Notification of review decisions 15 Jul 1994 | | | | Camera-ready copy 2 Dec 1994 | | | +-------------------------------------------------------------+ POSTERS AND DEMONSTRATIONS ICAD '94 will also include informal sessions where preliminary or speculative material and descriptions or demonstrations of hardware and software may be presented. Send one copy of your poster session paper or a description of your demonstration to the address above by 15 July 1993. CONFERENCE CHAIR Gregory Kramer, CLARITY, SFI STEERING COMMITTEE Steven Frysinger, AT&T Gregory Kramer, CLARITY, SFI Stuart Smith, University of Massachusetts Elizabeth Wenzel, NASA Ames Research Center REVIEW COMMITTEE James Ballas, Naval Research Laboratory Nat Durlach, MIT Steven Frysinger, AT&T William Gaver, RANK Xerox EuroPARC Gregory Kramer, CLARITY, SFI Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology Carla Scaletti, CERL, University of Illinois, Symbolic Sound Corp. Julius Smith, CCRMA, Stanford University Stuart Smith, University of Massachusetts Elizabeth Wenzel, NASA Ames Research Center Sheila Williams, University of Sheffield ============================================================================== THE SANTA FE INSTITUTE The focus of the Santa Fe Institute is research on complex systems. This work encompasses an extraordinary range of topics normally studied in seemingly disparate fields. Natural systems displaying complex adaptive behavior range upwards from DNA through cells and evolutionary systems to human societies. The dynamics of complex systems are difficult to comprehend and even more difficult to communicate. Data visualization--and more recently data sonification--are emerging as crucial tools for the comprehension and communication of complex systems data. SANTA FE Santa Fe is a small, picturesque city located at an altitude of 7,000 feet in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. A town of 55,000 people, it is renowned for its beauty, art, culture, museums, and restaurants. Snow in November is probable and ski resorts will likely be open. ============================================================================== Address general inquiries to the Conference Chair: Gregory Kramer Clarity Nelson Lane Garrison, NY 10524 Tel. (914) 424-4071 FAX (914) 424-3467 kramer(at)santafe.edu

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