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Part I: General Information for Authors

The conference will include both invited and contributed papers on all aspects of ionospheric research. The workshop is open to all scientists who may have the latest results and developments in ionospheric scintillation, reconstruction, modelling, monitoring techniques and prediction methodologies as well as ionospheric propagation effects on microwave space-based geodetic techniques such as the GPS, SLR, VLBI, DORIS etc. and their mitigation using multi-frequency, multi-sensors observations. Space weather impact studies on Earth/Space systems and infrastructures are also welcome.

A 250-word text abstract for technical review purposes that is suitable for publication must be submitted electronically through the website before the submission deadline June 15, 2019. The members of Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) will review all abstracts and manuscripts. The contact author will be notified of abstract acceptance by email no later than June 30, 2019. If your manuscript is accepted, you must register to attend the conference and submit the copyright form through the website.

The length of each oral presentation is restricted to 20 minutes for both invited papers and contributed papers, including questions and discussion with the audience. Presenters are advised to keep their oral presentation within 15 minutes and to leave 5 minutes for discussion with the audience and change of speaker.

Part II: Abstract Submission

Abstract Information and Submission
The 250-word text abstract for technical review purposes that is suitable for publication will be submitted online before the submission deadline June 15, 2019. Accepted abstracts will be published with the printed Technical Program for distribution at the meeting. It must be suitable for early release. If accepted, this abstract will be published prior to the meeting in the online Technical Program.

The 250 -word text abstract should contain:
Paper Title
Author and coauthor full names, affiliations, and email addresses
The abstract should summarize the content of the paper and its novelty
A list of keywords

The 250-word text abstract shall be submitted electrically through the abstract submission page.

Part III: Review, Notification, Program Placement

To ensure a high-quality conference, the members of Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) will review all abstracts for technical merit and suitability of content. The contact author will be notified of abstract acceptance by email no later than June 30, 2019.
Final placement in an oral or poster session is subject to the SOC decision.

Part IV: Presentation Information and Instructions

Oral Presentation Guidelines

Presentation time is critical: the length of each oral presentation is restricted to 20 minutes for both contributed papers and invited papers, including questions and discussion with the audience. Presenters are advised to keep their oral presentation within 15 minutes and to leave 5 minutes for discussion with the audience and change of speaker.

The meeting room will be equipped with a screen, a data projector, Windows-based computer with USB connection, monitor, keyboard and mouse, a pointing device, and VGA and HDMI cables. For speed and efficiency, please use the conference-provided computer for displaying your presentation visual aids.

It is important that the sessions remain on time. Please arrive before the session begins in the morning, at a coffee break, or at lunch break prior to your scheduled presentation to upload your presentation to the computer in the meeting room on the day of your presentation. It is a good idea to check your visual aids before the session begins. Authors are kindly requested to meet their Session Chair at the session room a few minutes before the beginning of their session to check equipment compatibility. If something is not working properly, please ask for help to one of the conference helpers.

Presentations must be uploaded to Conference PCs prior to the Conference Session via an external memory device. The conference video system supports 4:3 and 16:9 presentation layout formats. Presentations should be submitted in PDF or Power Point file formats. Presentation file names should be preceded with the author’s last name (e.g., Hoque_filename.pptx).

Poster Presentation Guidelines

Poster sessions are a good medium for authors to present papers and meet with interested attendees for in-depth discussions. It is important that you display your message clearly and noticeably to attract people who might have an interest in your paper. Please read the following guidelines and information before you begin to create your poster presentation. You want to be certain that the 'reader' of the poster comes away with a clear understanding of your research.

Your poster presentation should cover the key points of your work and include the paper title, all authors, a brief introduction, goals, experimental detail, conclusions, references, and explanations for graphs, pictures, and tables.

For each paper accepted within a poster session, a board is reserved for your use. Each board has a 1,3 m wide and 1.8 m high. The poster is not required to fill this entire space. The poster panel of dimensions 0.8 m wide x 1.2 m high (A0 Portrait Format) is preferable. Push pins will be provided to hang your poster.

Poster Session will be held on Monday, Tuesday, September 23-24 from 10:00 to 18:00 at the lobby area of the Workshop Location. It is your responsibility to remove your poster at the end of the session.

All presentations will be published on the IWGI2019 website after the conference. The author permission shall be considered to be granted to the IWGI2019 as long as the author offers non-permission for uploading the presentation.