Register now for

ICAD 2000

The Sixth
International Conference on Auditory Display
at the

Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia USA

April 2-5, 2000

ICAD 2000 will be held on April 2-5, 2000 at the Georgia Institute of Technology's new Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology (GCATT) in Atlanta.

ICAD is the premier forum for presenting research on the use of sound to provide enhanced user interfaces, display data, monitor systems, and for computers and virtual reality systems. It is unique in its singular focus on audio and the array of perception, technology, design and application areas that it currently encompasses. Like its predecessors, ICAD 2000 will be a single-track conference. Attendance is open to all, with no membership or affiliation requirements.

The full list of accepted papers is now on-line.

You can now register on-line for ICAD2000 by clicking the button below.


ICAD 2000 (GIT-176)
ICAD Registration fee is $300. (US) before March 25., $350 (US) afterwards.
As of March 21, we regret that student registrations can no longer be accepted. Each student registration involves a large subsidy and the accumulated subsidy has substantially exceeded the budgeted amount.

Or contact Mr. Romas Mills at:

Phone (404) 385-3521 
Fax (404) 385-0727 

All manner of payment is accepted, ranging from major credit cards to checks and Departmental P.O.s.

SPECIAL AIRLINE RATES are available on Delta Airlines. Call DELTA at 1 800 241-6760 and mention File 133382A to get the special Georgia Tech rates.


CONFERENCE DATES April 2-5, 2000


For details and specific sessions, click here

Sunday April 2, 2000

Optional Tutorials and Workshops
Open to All ICAD Attendees

1:00- 3:00 PM "MPEG-4 Structured Audio and AudioBIFS"
Introduction and applications to auditory display
by Eric D. Scheirer, Machine Listening Group, MIT Media Laboratory

3:15 - 5:15 PM "Audio in Virtual Environments"
An introduction to perceptual, design, and implementation issues
by Jarrell Pair and Russell Storms

Monday, April 3, 2000

8:00-9:00AM - Registration
9:00-12:00 AM - Welcome and Papers
1:00-2:00 PM - Demos/Posters
2:00-3:00 PM - Keynote Speaker - R. Murray Schafer
3:00-5:00 PM - Papers
5:30 PM - Social/Reception
6:00-9:00 PM ICAD 2000 Banquet

Tuesday, April 4, 2000

8:00-9:00 AM, Registration
9:00-12:00 AM, Papers
1:00-2:00 PM, Demos/Posters
2:00-2:30 PM, Keynote Speaker : Pauline Oliveros
2:30-5:00 PM, Papers
5:00-7:00 PM, Dinner Break (on your own)
8 PM Percussion/ New MediaTechnology Concert

Wednesday, April 5, 2000

8:00-9:00 AM, LATE Registration
9:00- 9:30, Proposed Link with CHI
9:30 - 10:30, Tours of the GCATT Facilities Research Labs
10:50-12:00 AM, Papers
1:00-2:00 PM, Special Session
2:00-4:00 PM, Papers
4:00 Conference Ends


The affiliated conference Hotels (most within walking range of GCATT) are giving special rates to ICAD 2000 attendees. Be sure to mention that the ICAD Conference is being held at Georgia Tech to get the special rate. Hotels are listed in order of proximity, the closest hotel being listed first.

There are many other hotels within a 2 mile radius of the GCATT Building, which is located at 250 14th Street in Atlanta. Recommended (non-conference rate) hotels include: The convenient Marriott Suites (404) 876-8888 at 35 14th Street The luxurious Four Seasons (404) 881-9898 , at 75 14th Street, for those who require the utmost in hotel accommodations.


Full, up-to-date information on submissions, formats, registration, concert and social programs will be posted on the ICAD web site as it becomes available. For general queries and questions email to:


Conference Chair
James Oliverio
Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Program Chair
Perry Cook
Princeton University
Demos and Posters Contact
Russell Storms
United States Army
Tutorials and Workshops Contact
Jarrell Pair
Conference Registration
Romas Mills
Georgia Tech Office of Continuing Education


International Community for Auditory Display
ICAD 2000 is a program of the International Community for Auditory Display.
ICAD is a not-for-profit corporation created to support research, education and community formation in the emerging field of auditory display. The primary projects of ICAD are the conferences, the listserve ( and the ICAD Web site (  Since auditory display researchers come from a wide variety of disciplinary, professional, and geographical backgrounds, ICAD seeks, above all, to facilitate communication across boundaries. A membership organization founded in 1996, ICAD welcomes participation in its programs and governance.

last modified 18/March/2000