ICAD 2009 – TIMLESS SOUND 15TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AUDITORY DISPLAY (ICAD) 18 - 22 MAY 2009 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK Conference Homepage: http://www.icad09.dk Forum for digital arts, Aalborg University (Esbjerg, Denmark), LMA-CNRS (Marseille, France) and INCM-CNRS (Marseille, France) are pleased to present the 15th International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD), which is to take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, May 18-22, 2009. The conference will address all aspects related to the design of sounds, either conceptual or technical. Besides traditionally addressed by ICAD topics, we would like to take the opportunity of ICAD being organized by Re:New to highlight the ICAD 2009 theme "Timeless Sound" including the universal aspect of sounds as well as the influence of time in the perception of sounds. In addition, we are pleased to announce that the 6th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval (CMMR2009) will take place jointly with ICAD 2009. This will offer a great opportunity to discuss the links between auditory display, sound modeling and music information retrieval. As for the previous CMMR meetings, we plan to edit selected ICAD/CMMR papers as a post symposium proceeding published by Springer Verlag in its famous Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. ICAD 2009 encourages submissions within any aspect of auditory display, including scientific work related to artistic work as there will also be possibilities of presenting art-works during the conference week. This includes music, cross-modal performances, installations, and similar forms. ICAD 2009 will address the following topics (but is not limited to): • Accessibility • Applications (fundamental, industrial, artistic, …) • Design theory and methods • Evaluation and usability • Human Factors • Mappings from data to sound • Philosophy and culture of auditory displays • Psychology and Cognition • Perception and Psychoacoustics • Synaesthetic representations • Analysis and Synthesis of Environmental Sounds • Auditory-Haptic Interaction in Information Display • Effective Auditory Displays, Listening Abilities, and Learning • Auditory Display and Interdisciplinarity • Sounds of objects and events: Perception, Production, and Use in auditory displays • Sound Design tools & technologies • Listening behavior and how to improve the attention of listening • Auditory Warnings: towards a new design and a better understanding • Aesthetics of sound objects • Interacting with sound in VR or AR - Interaction paradigms - Cognitive aspects • 3D audio technology for auditory display • Audio Only Gaming • Sonification of information relationship • Soundmapping the Genes • Browsing with sounds • Auditory display, sound modeling and music information retrieval Call for papers, posters, and demonstrations: deadline January 15th, 2009 Call for panels, workshops and special events: deadline January 15th, 2009 Competition for artistic and scientific sonification: deadline April 30th, 2009 Call for artworks: deadline January 15th, 2009 For further information please visit the website http://www.icad09.dk
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