Call for Papers

Michigan Union

GNSS+R 2017 will provide a forum for the leading experts and young researchers working on the science, engineering and technology of reflectometry and related fields of remote sensing to come together and share their recent results and plans for the future. The meeting will also provide a setting for other interested parties, not directly involved with reflectometry research, to become familiar with its latest techniques, capabilities and applications and interact directly with its active research community.

Numerous balloon- and air-borne and ground based campaigns, networks and experiments are being conducted in the field. Current spaceflight projects include the TechDemoSat-1 mission, launched in 2014, the 3Cat-2 cubesat and CYGNSS small satellite constellation, both of which successfully launched in 2016, and the GEROS-ISS mission, currently in formulation to launch in 2019. We invite contributions that focus on all aspects of the GNSS+R research and development, including:

  • Theoretical aspects, model development and signal processing methods
  • Ground and airborne experiments
  • New and recent satellite missions
  • Instrumentation and technology development
  • Data utilization for ocean, land, vegetation, cryosphere and atmosphere applications

GNSS+R 2017 will be held on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, USA during 23-25 May 2017.


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Abstract Submissions are now CLOSED

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Abstract submission deadline:  27 Jan 2017

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