ICAD Schedule (Gregory Kramer )

Subject: ICAD Schedule
From:    Gregory Kramer  <kramer(at)LISTEN.COM>
Date:    Thu, 29 Sep 1994 13:25:07 -0700

Below please find the schedule for the upcoming International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD). Greg **** ICAD94 Tentative Conference Schedule Conference location: El Dorado Hotel, Santa Fe MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1994 Morning Continental Breakfast (8:00-8:45 am; in/near conference room: Anasazi South) Welcome & Introductory Remarks (8:45-9:00 am) Session 1: Two Invited (45 min) Papers (9:00-10:30 am) Chris Langton, Santa Fe Institute: Data Presentation Issues in Swarm and other Large Scale Simulations Steve Bryson: NASA-Ames: Data management and interactive visualization for computational fluid dynamics Break (10:30-11:00 am) Posters can be set up at this time or during lunch in Anasazi North. Session 2: Perceptual Issues I Three Long (30 min) Papers (11:00 am-12:30 pm) (Smith, Pickett) A system for psychometric testing of auditory representations of scientific data. (Barrass) A perceptual framework for the auditory display of scientific data. (Albers) Hybrid auditory interfaces, the Varese system, and satellite- ground control: Using auditory icons and sonification in a complex, supervisory control system. Lunch (12:30-1:30 pm, at the conference; lounge or Old House Restaurant) Session 3: Perceptual Issues II Three Long Papers (1:30-3:00 pm) (Watson, Kidd) Factors in the design of effective auditory displays. (Lucas) An evaluation of the communicative ability of auditory icons and earcons. (Ballas) Effect of event variations and sound duration on identification of everyday sounds Break (3:00-3:30 pm) Session 4: Applications Three Long Papers (3:30-5:00 pm) (Cohen) Out to lunch: Adventures monitoring background activity. (Stevens, Brewster, Wright, Edwards) Design and evaluation of an auditory glance at algebra for blind readers. (Mynatt) Designing with auditory icons. Cash Bar: (5:00-6:30 pm; Anasazi North) Dinner (free evening; dinner on your own) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1994 Morning Continental Breakfast (7:30 - 8:45 am; in/near conference room: Anasazi South) Group Outing to the Anasazi cliff dwelling with lunch at a local restaurant: Bus Leaves (9:00 am) Cliff dwellings (9:45-11:30) Bus to Chimayo (11:30) Lunch (12:00-1:15) Bus to El Dorado Hotel (1:30) Afternoon Session 3: Spatial Sound I Three Long Papers (2:30 - 4:00 pm) (Shinn-Cunningham, Durlach) Defining and redefining the limits on human performance in auditory spatial displays. (Hollander, Furness) Perception of virtual auditory shapes. (Arons) Efficient listening with two ears. Short Break (4:00 - 4:15 pm) Session 4: Spatial Sound II One Long Paper & Three Short Papers (4:15-5:45 pm) (Hammershoi) Directional dependence of the free field sound transmission to the human external ear; verification of a model. (Macpherson) On the role of head-related transfer function spectral notches in the judgement of sound source elevation. (Zahorik, Kistler, Wightman) Sound localization in varying virtual acoustic environments. (Lueck) Efficient modeling of the head-related transfer functions. Dinner at the conference; Rooms Zia A&B (5:45-7:30 pm) Cash Bar during poster session Evening Session 7: Poster / Demonstration Session 7 (7:30-9:00 pm; all posters and demos available for viewing; author participation for posters optional) WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1994 Morning Continental Breakfast (8:00-9:00; in/near conference room: Anasazi South) Session 8: Systems Issues Three Long Papers (9:00-10:30 am) (Mathur, Boardman) LSL: A specification language for program auralization. (Das) An Organization For High-Level Interactive Control of Sound (Jameson) The run-time components of Sonnet. Short Break (10:30-10:45 am) Session 9: Second Poster / Demonstration Session (10:45- 12:15 pm; all posters and demos available for viewing; author participation for posters required) Lunch (12:15-1:30 pm; "working lunch" at the conference; discuss the future of ICAD) Afternoon Session 10: Sound Generation Three Long (30 min) Papers (1:30-3:00 pm) (Papp, Blattner) A Centralized Audio Presentation Manager. (Choi) Sound synthesis and composition applied to observing chaotic systems (Choi, Axen) Traversing alpha shapes for processing the geometrical data into sound. Short Break (3:00-3:20 pm) Session 11: Sonification & Speech Interfaces Three Short Papers (3:20-4:20 pm) (Portigal, Carey) Auralization of document structure. (Bock) ADSL: An auditory domain specification language for program auralization. (Steeples) Voice annotation of visual representations in computer- mediated collaborative learning. Closing Remarks (4:20-4:30 pm) End of Conference **************** POSTERS AND/OR DEMOS (Abel, Foster) Measuring HRTFs in a reflective environment. (Bidlack) Virtual Sonic Space: A realtime 3D binaural audio localization algorithm. (Tucker, Davis) The Power Dac - a tool for spatial hearing and acoustic display research (Conolly, McGrath) Virtual acoutic displays with measured or modelled room ambience (Wightman, Kistler) poster: The importance of head movements for localizing virtual auditory display objects. (Grohn, Takala) MagicMikes - Adjustable aerial probes for sonification of spatial data sets. (Kennel, Thiel) How to integrate auditory symbols in user interfaces. (Pitt) Integrating speech and non-speech in interfaces for blind people (Krispien) The GUIB spatial auditory display - Generation of an audio- based interface for blind computer users. (Poll, Eggen) GUI admission for VIPs: A sound initiative. (Boelke, Gorny) Auditory direct manipulation of acoustical objects by blind computer users. (Guggiana, Munteanu, Darvishi, Schauer, Rauterberg) Automatic sound generation for spherical objects hitting flat plates based on physical models compared with the real sound. (Chandra) CounterWave: A program for displaying and controlling degrees of independence between simultaneously changing waveforms. (Grigg, Novack) Design considerations for integrating an auditory display with electronic technical manuals. (Whitehead) Using Virtual Environment Technology to Present a Digital Sound Library. (Munakata) Gene sequence analysis with auditory display. (Julig, Kaiwi)) Task-oriented qualitative testing for synthesized 3-D auditory displays. (Moller) Binaural Synthesis: Controlling the Complete Transmission (Cohen) Besides immersion: Using audio windows to analyze music. (Birbaumer, Lutzenberger, Mayer-Kress, Choi, Braun, Miltner, Brody, Rau): Dynamical Resonance and Synchronization of Auditory Stimuli and Evoked Responses in Multi Channel EEG. Gregory Kramer Clarity/Listen.com Santa Fe Institute 1704 SW Spring Street Portland, OR 97201 503-223-9948 fax:503-223-8293 kramer(at)listen.com

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