THE CAAV (The Campus Alliance for Advanced Visualization) conference brings together users of large-scale immersive visualization platforms, advanced video screen formats, and advanced visualization software. It covers issues of sustainability and operation for high-tech visualization installations in academic, industrial, and government facilities. In addition to the annual conference, CAAV members communicate throughout the year using online channels like Slack. This year, the fourth gathering of the CAAV conference will be held on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University, October 15-17, 2019.
- Call for presentations dueAugust 30
- Early-bird registration endsSeptember 6Regular registration endsSeptember 14
- Hotel block closesSeptember 14
- The CAAV19October 15-17
Attendees will enjoy:
- Topical presentations by representatives from a diverse collection of institutions
- Meetings and lodging all under one roof in the world's largest college student union
- Opening reception and virtual reality technology demonstrations
- Ample time for networking
- Vendor tables to visit during breaks, breakfast, and lunch
The online program is powered by SCHED, a powerful tool that allows users to upload their photos and information. We encourage you, especially if you're presenting, to create a SCHED profile so others at the conference might reach out to you for collaboration and networking opportunities.
With SCHED, you can also browse the color-coded schedule on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device; bookmark sessions you don't want to miss; sync your Google, Outlook, or Apple iCal calendars automatically; receive daily schedule emails; and print a copy of the program (printed copies will not be available on site).
Check the program for updates and optional evening excursions, like a Thursday night trip to the IU Cinema for the Harold Lloyd film "Speedy" with live musical accompaniment by the Alloy Orchestra. Make your travel plans accordingly!
You must create a login on the Indiana University Conferences registration portal. You will need it if you want to cancel or add evening event tickets later. Your receipt for registration will be from iuconfs at indiana.edu.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, we are able to keep registration fees low while still providing:
- Breakfast and lunch, as well as morning and afternoon break service each day
- Evening reception with food, beverages, and entertainment
- Transportation to/from reception
- An online program and Wi-Fi in the meeting rooms
- No-cost Wi-Fi and parking at the host hotel
|by September 6||by September 14||after September 14|
|Extra reception tickets||$50||$50||$50|
*While registration is more than last year, hotel rooms are $25-50 less per night. A special thanks to IU for providing this overall savings, while still providing a great conference experience.
Bloomington is the flagship campus of Indiana University, with more than 46,000 students. Not to be confused with Bloomington-Normal, make sure you fly into Indianapolis International Airport (IND) and NOT BMI in Illinois. Bloomington, Indiana boasts rolling hills, an active nightlife, and a sprawling 1,939-acre campus.
Set your GPS for:
Indiana Memorial Union
900 E. 7th St.
Thank you to our sponsors for their generosity. Conference sponsorships are available at various levels with a wide range of benefits. Visit the sponsors page for more information.
About The CAAV
The CAAV, the Campus Alliance for Advanced Visualization, is is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization that promotes the effective use of large-format visualization displays, such as CAVE-style immersive systems and tiled panel displays, as well as advanced visualization software. We strive to promote the uses of such hardware and software by fostering academic-style open expression and discourse among those who work in advanced visualization.
About IU's Research Technologies
Home to the Advanced Visualization Lab at Indiana University (IU), Research Technologies is a division of University Information Technology Services, and a center in the Pervasive Technology Institute at IU.
For more information about the services Research Technologies and the Advanced Visualization Lab provide to Indiana University, visit us here.