Preliminary Call for Papers and Sessions
The XXXIII General Assembly and Scientific Symposium (GASS) of the International Union of Radio Science (URSI, www.ursi.org) will take place in Rome, Italy from August 29 to September 5, 2020. The scientific programme will be organized around the ten URSI Commissions (see below) and will comprise oral sessions, poster sessions, plenary and public lectures, and tutorials, with both invited and contributed papers. In addition, there will be workshops, short courses, special programmes for young scientists, a student paper competition, programmes for accompanying persons, and an industrial exhibition. More than 1,500 scientists from more than 50 countries are expected to participate.
Scientists and researchers are invited to submit papers as well as proposals for sessions (that may include both invited and contributed papers), workshops and short courses. Detailed information will be posted on the GASS 2020 web site.
Any topic concerning the scientific domains of URSI Commissions is potentially acceptable. Session/ workshop/short-course proposals covering multidisciplinary aspects will be assigned to several Commissions.
Workshops are expected to promote interactive exchanges, with enhanced organization flexibility.
All papers should be submitted electronically via the link provided on the GASS 2020 web site, to be checked prior to submission regarding latest instructions, templates, and sample formats. Accepted papers presented at the GASS 2020 may be submitted for posting on IEEE Xplore, if the author chooses so.
There is a maximum of three papers that can be presented at the URSI GASS 2020 per registration.
Commission A: Electromagnetic Metrology
Commission B: Fields and Waves
Commission C: Radiocommunication and Signal Processing Systems
Commission D: Electronics and Photonics
Commission E: Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
Commission F: Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing Commission G: Ionospheric Radio and Propagation Commission H: Waves in Plasmas
Commission J: Radio Astronomy
Commission K: Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine
Young Scientists Program and Student Paper Competition
A limited number of grants are available for young scientists to help them attend the GASS. Information on this program and on the Student Paper Competition are now available here below: