ISRSSP 2013 : Third International Symposium on Radio Systems and Space Plasma
Call For Papers
The huge developments in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) relate to Radio-Communication (RC) which in turn concerns the design of effective systems, including scientific, engineering and economic considerations. The explosive developments of sophisticated RC systems over the past years has opened new horizons in human development and requires more and more attention in both academia and business.
Covering the topics of URSI commissions C, G, H (toward space plasma) and Space Solar Power System (SSPS), the 3rd International Symposium on Radio Systems and Space Plasma (ISRSSP 2013) brings together influences from these commissions.
More exactly, the scientific program of the symposium is concerned with the international development and application of the broad range of aspects:
(i) Intelligent Methods of RC Systems and Signal Processing
(ii) Transionospheric Propagation
(iii) Methods for Analyzing Non-linear Interactions of Space Plasma
(iv) Radio Science Aspects of SPS Systems
It is not only that ISRSSP 2013 adopts the URSI research agenda but it also appeals to the URSI community for participation because it is believed that focused discussions prior to the URSI General Assembly would usefully support its productivity. Nevertheless, ISRSSP 2013 addresses also a broader audience including all those researchers and practitioners who are interested in the topics of the symposium. Their participation is expected to additionally strengthen the URSI-related research and the RC research developments. All this inspires the organizers to go forward with this event, contributing to the dissemination of radio science -related knowledge.
Goal and Topics
The goal of this symposium is to focus on the broad range of aspects beginning from the intelligent methods of radio-communication systems and signal processing, transionospheric propagation, through the updated methods for analyzing non-linear interactions of space plasma, up to radio science aspects of space solar power systems. The symposium aims at contributing to the dissemination of research results, and supporting in this way the wider applicability of advanced radio-communication technology.
Topics of interest for the symposium include, but are not limited to:
• Radio-Communication and Telecommunication systems
• Spectrum and Medium Utilization
• Information Theory, Coding, Modulation and Detection
• Signal and Image Processing in the area of Radio Science
• Transionospheric Propagation
• Investigation of Space Environments via Satellite Observations
• Generation and Propagation of Waves in Plasmas
• Interaction between Waves and Wave Particles
• Plasma Turbulence and Chaos
• Spacecraft-Plasma Interaction
• Solar Power Satellite (SPS) Systems and related Radio Technologies
• Influence and Effects of SPS – Radio Science Aspects
• Further Directions in SPS Systems
ISRSSP 2013 invites papers describing original contributions related to the topics listed above. Submitted papers should be in English, in format A4, no longer than 4 single-sided pages with text in one column and provided as PDF files. The independent print area is to be of 17 x 23.4 cm.
The ISRSSP papers will be published by INSTICC as a printed proceedings with ISBN and online on the INSTICC website (http://www.insticc.net).
The symposium will be a three-day event with oral presentations and two types of papers are considered, namely Invited Papers and Regular Papers.
Address: IICREST c/o B. Shishkov (ICTRS 2013 Event); P.O. Box 104; 1618 Sofia; Bulgaria
e-Mails: Conference Chair: Blagovest Shishkov [email@example.com]