ICAEA--International Computer Auditing Education Association
The conference can be attended both in person and online



Venue: DePaul Center 8005
1 E Jackson Blvd, Chicago 60604, USA
TEL: +1 312-362-8300

Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Illinois, and the third-most populous city in the United States, following New York City and Los Angeles. With a population of 2,746,388 in the 2020 census, it is also the most populous city in the Midwestern United States and the fifth-most populous city in North America. Chicago is the county seat of Cook County, the second-most populous U.S. county and the principal city of the Chicago metropolitan area. It is one of the 40 largest urban areas in the world.

The 2023 International Conference on Computer Auditing (ICAEA 2023) will be held at Chicago, USA. It is a physical platform to connect equity investment, technology and markets. It’ s dedicated to creating a nurturing environment for inspiring ambitious entrepreneurs’ full potential and ideas to grow.

General Information

  1. Climate: The city lies within the typical hot-summer humid continental climate, and experiences four distinct seasons. Summers are hot and humid, with frequent heat waves. The July daily average temperature is 75.9 °F (24.4 °C), with afternoon temperatures peaking at 85.0 °F (29.4 °C). In a normal summer, temperatures reach at least 90 °F (32 °C) on as many as 23 days, with lakefront locations staying cooler when winds blow off the lake.
  2. Currency: The USA currency is United States Dollar ($/USD). There are 100 cents(¢) to the dollar($).Notes come in denominations of 1$, 2$, 5$, 10$, 20$, 50$ and 100$. Coins come in 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 20¢ and 50¢. Foreign currencies can be exchanged inside banks, travel agents or Post Offices, as well as at US's airports and major train stations.


Transport Links

  • Underground Stations
  • Jackson – 0.2 miles
    Van Buren – 0.2 miles
    Harold Washington Library-State/Van Buren – 384 feet
  • Train Stations
  • LaSelle Street – 0.4 miles
    Van Buren Street – 0.3 miles
  • Airports
  • Chicago Midway Airport → Midway → Harold Washington Library-State/Van Buren

Visa Information

Please follow the instructions below to apply online for a USA visa.




Local Attraction

1. School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Ticket from $25

Its collection, stewarded by 11 curatorial departments, is encyclopedic, and includes iconic works such as Georges Seurat's A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, Pablo Picasso's The Old Guitarist, Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, and Grant Wood's American Gothic. Its permanent collection of nearly 300,000 works of art is augmented by more than 30 special exhibitions mounted yearly that illuminate aspects of the collection and present cutting-edge curatorial and scientific research.

2. Field Museum of Natural History

Ticket from $25

The museum is a popular natural-history museum for the size and quality of its educational and scientific programs, as well as due to its extensive scientific-specimen and artifact collections. The permanent exhibitions, which attract up to two million visitors annually, include fossils, current cultures from around the world, and interactive programming demonstrating today's urgent conservation needs.

3. Millennium Park

The park, opened in 2004 and intended to celebrate the third millennium, is a prominent civic center near the city's Lake Michigan shoreline that covers a 24.5-acre (9.9 ha) section of northwestern Grant Park. Featuring a variety of public art, outdoor spaces and venues, the park is bounded by Michigan Avenue, Randolph Street, Columbus Drive and East Monroe Drive. In 2017, Millennium Park was the top tourist destination in Chicago and in the Midwest, and placed among the top ten in the United States with 25 million annual visitors.

4. Navy Pier

Navy Pier encompasses over 50 acres (20 ha) of parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, family attractions and exhibition facilities and is one of the top destinations in the Midwestern United States, drawing nearly over nine million visitors annually. It is one of the most visited attractions in the entire Midwest and is Chicago's second-most visited tourist attraction.

5. Museum of Science and Industry

Ticket from $21.95

It is housed in the former Palace of Fine Arts from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. Initially endowed by Julius Rosenwald, the Sears, Roebuck and Company president and philanthropist, it was supported by the Commercial Club of Chicago and opened in 1933 during the Century of Progress Exposition.

6. Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum

Ticket from $19

It was founded in 1930 by Chicago business leader Max Adler. Located on the northeastern tip of Northerly Island on Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois. the Adler was the first planetarium in the United States and is part of Chicago's Museum Campus, which includes the John G. Shedd Aquarium and The Field Museum. The Adler's mission is to inspire exploration and understanding of the universe.

7. Shedd Aquarium

Ticket from $39.95

Shedd Aquarium was the first inland aquarium with a permanent saltwater fish collection. It is located on Lake Michigan, on the Museum Campus Chicago, along with the Adler Planetarium and the Field Museum of Natural History.

8. The Chicago Theatre

The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 6, 1979, and was listed as a Chicago Landmark on January 28, 1983. The distinctive Chicago Theatre marquee, "an unofficial emblem of the city", appears frequently in film, television, artwork, and photography.

9. Willis Towe

Ticket from $30

The Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) is a 108-story, 1,451-foot (442.3 m) skyscraper in Chicago. The tower has 108 stories as counted by standard methods, though the building's owners count the main roof as 109 and the mechanical penthouse roof as 110. The Willis Tower observation deck, called the Skydeck, opened on June 22, 1974. Located on the 103rd floor at an elevation of 1,353 feet (412.4 m), it is the highest observation deck in the United States and one of Chicago's most famous tourist attractions.

10. Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is known for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall, the unusual wind patterns off Lake Michigan, the iconic red marquee over the main entrance, the hand-turned scoreboard, its location in a primarily residential neighborhood with no parking lots and views from the rooftops behind the outfield, and for being the last Major League park to have lights installed for night games, in 1988. Between 1921 and 1970, it was also the home of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League, and was the home of the Chicago Cardinals (now the Arizona Cardinals) of the National Football League from 1931 to 1938. The elevation of its playing field is 600 feet (180 m) above sea level.

11. Deloitte, Chicago

In the United States, Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries have more than 80,000 professionals with a single focus: Serving our clients and helping them solve their toughest problems.

12. PwC, Chicago

With offices in 156 countries and more than 295,000 people, we are among the leading professional services networks in the world. We help organizations and individuals create the value they are looking for, by delivering quality in Assurance, Tax and Advisory services.

13. EY, Chicago

At EY, our purpose is building a better working world. The insights and services we provide help to create long-term value for clients, people and society, and to build trust in the capital markets.

14. KPMG, Chicago

KPMG firms operate in 144 countries and territories, and in FY21, collectively employed more than 236,000 people, serving the needs of business, governments, public-sector agencies, not-for-profits and through KPMG firms' audit and assurance practices, the capital markets. KPMG is committed to quality and service excellence in all that we do, bringing our best to clients and earning the public's trust through our actions and behaviors both professionally and personally.