CEDAR email: ION International Technical Meeting (ITM): Abstracts Due October 4th
gcrowley at astraspace.net
Thu Oct 3 16:06:03 MDT 2013
Abstracts should be submitted via the ION Abstract Management Portal no later than October 4, 2013
ITM 2014 will take place January 27-29, 2014 at the Catamaran Resort and Spa in San Diego, California.
Session Title: Space and Atmospheric Weather
Effects of the troposphere and ionosphere on GNSS signals. Impacts of the atmosphere and of space weather on the operation of GNSS. New techniques and use of GNSS for atmosphere, ionosphere or space weather monitoring for operational systems. New ground-based GNSS experiments and networks. Topics may include but are not limited to: ground-based or space-based observations; monitoring of space and local weather for GNSS; data assimilation methods and modeling of propagation and effects; occultation of GNSS signals; storm-enhanced densities (SEDs), traveling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs), and scintillation; high, mid, and low-latitude phenomena; events from and studies of the solar minimum; case studies and multi-year statistical overviews; nowcasting and forecasting space weather for aviation, marine, geodetic, and timing applications; novel technologies to model and mitigate atmospheric errors.
Dr. Susumu Saito, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan
Dr. Geoff Crowley, ASTRA, LLC
The meeting web page http://www.ion.org/itm/index.cfm, contains general information, abstract submission instructions and guidelines.
Abstracts should be submitted via the ION Abstract Management Portal no later than October 4, 2013.
If you have not used the portal before, click “Create My Account”. Once signed in, click ITM 2014 and complete the form.
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