Call for Abstracts

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IES2015 offers an opportunity for scientists, engineers, and program managers to review current activities and solutions to system impacts of ionospheric phenomena and space weather events.

You are cordially invited to submit a paper abstract/title to the organizers of IES2015, intended for Oral presentation and/or Poster presentation at the symposium.

The deadline for Abstract submittals has passed.

Sample topics include the following:

  • Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) measurements and applications
  • Ionospheric irregularities and radio wave scintillations
  • Active ionospheric modification effects (high power radio waves, chemical and other techniques)
  • Modeling, forecasting and prediction systems
  • Lower atmosphere effects including gravity waves, tides and sudden stratospheric warming events
  • Radio occultation sensing techniques and applications
  • Effects on HF propagation
  • Space-Weather and ionospheric effects on telecommunication and satellite systems
  • Current solar cycle phenomena and impact on operational systems
  • Applications of ground- and space-based ionospheric tomography
  • Impact of global electrodynamics on the storm-time ionosphere
  • Modeling, measurement and prediction of solar processes and resulting impacts on the ionosphere
  • Satellite-based observations, modeling and calibration
  • Ionospheric effects on SBAS, GBAS and other systems supporting aviation
  • Optical effects and remote sensing
  • Effects of solar noise bursts and environmental noise on telecommunication and navigation systems
  • Impacts on HF surveillance and communication systems including geolocation and coordinate registration
  • Longwave propagation systems and effects
  • Space-Weather program activities having relevance to ionospheric effects on C3I and navigation systems
  • Products and services offered by industry relevant to prediction & forecasting of ionospheric effects
  • Government projects associated with the forecasting and/or mitigation of deleterious effects on national and/or military systems
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