Open Science Research Excellence

ICADS 2022 : International Conference on Audiology and Deaf Studies

Vancouver, Canada
May 20 - 21, 2022

Call for Papers

ICADS 2022 : International Conference on Audiology and Deaf Studies is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Audiology and Deaf Studies. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Accessibility and assistive technologies: people, devices and life
  • Acoustics and communication in school, workplace, health care and community setting
  • Advances in teleaudiology assessment
  • Audiology and Deaf Studies
  • Audiology and Deafness
  • Audiology: Medicine and Instrumentation
  • Auditory and cognitive aging: from sounds to meaning
  • Auditory and language processing in older adults
  • Auditory Disorders
  • Auditory Neurophysiology
  • Auditory Rehabilitation
  • Bringing the sound to the people: promoting hearing health in the community
  • Central processing
  • Diagnostics in Audiology
  • Dual sensory impairment: effects and management
  • Emotion and hearing aids
  • Extra-musical benefits of music training
  • Genetics of hearing across the lifespan
  • Hearing Aids and Treatment Technology
  • Hearing aids: ears and brains
  • Hearing Impairment and Deafness- Causes and Treatment
  • Hearing Loss and Prevention
  • Hearing loss in childhood: consequences of missing a moving target in brain development
  • Hearing, balance and falls
  • Hearing, cognition and social participation in older adults
  • Hearing, communication and social participation in children
  • Hearing: Biology and Physiology
  • Implantable Technologies and Advancement in Treatment
  • Infants with hearing loss: diagnosis and rehabilitation
  • Internet-based rehabilitation
  • Interventions for adults with dementia and their caregivers
  • Interventions for hearing loss using health psychology
  • Listening effort and hearing aids
  • Listening effort: ears and brains
  • Music as noise, pleasure, and as an input to hearing aids
  • New and emerging innovations in hearing technologies
  • Noise, ears and everyday life
  • Pediatric Audiology
  • Testing hearing and hearing aids in realistic situations
  • Tinnitus: ears and brains
  • Using evoked potentials to solve clinical problems