The I3DA International Conference on Immersive 3D Audio is organized by Professor Lamberto Tronchin (University of Bologna) and Professor Angelo Farina (University of Parma).
11-15 September 2023
Torino – Italy
CIRI Edilizia e Costruzioni
Bologna – Italy
Parma – Italy
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
University of Bologna – Architecture Department
Municipality of Bologna
The Acoustical Society of Italy
Audio Engineering Society
Italian Section – Italy
We are delighted to announce that our main sponsor for the I3DA2023 Conference is Reality Labs Research. Thank you for the generous support!
Companies and organizations are invited to support the I3DA International Conference by proposing a contribution or joining one of the several proposed opportunities for sponsorship and/or advertising, e.g.:
naming of conference events;
company or institution logo and URL listed in all conference announcements, on the advance program and on the conference web site;
free registrations, etc.
Other sponsorship proposals are welcome and will be considered, with benefits negotiated between the I3DA Committee and the Sponsor.
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