PERIOD FOR CONFERENCE:
SUNDAY 30TH JUNE THROUGH FRIDAY 5TH JULY, 2019
KNOSSOS ROYAL HOTEL, CRETE, GREECE.
PROFESSOR JOHN. S. PAPADAKIS, F.O.R.T.H., GREECE, JOHNSP(AT)IACM.FORTH.GR
PROFESSOR DAVID BRADLEY, ARL, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, USA
Scientists and engineers from universities, research institutes, government organizations and industry dealing with all aspects of underwater acoustics. Representatives from naval material commands and procurement offices.
UACE2019 will provide a forum for exchange of recent research results, for discussion of future challenges in implementation and application of underwater acoustic technologies, and the conference displayed the latest advances in instrumentation.
The conference will comprise a prominent series of ~30 structured oral sessions with invited papers given by leading international scientists. These Structured Sessions will be organized by key persons actively engaged at the forefronts of research in underwater acoustics. In addition, most recent research results will be presented in contributed papers. All papers presented at the conference published in proceedings which, like papers from the previous Underwater Acoustic Conferences, will be freely available on the Conference Website.
To boost the interest in Underwater Acoustics a competition among graduate students on the presentation of the best papers traditionally will be arranged, and awards presented at a ceremony at the end of the conference.
An exhibition by leading international manufacturers of state-of-the-art technologies, equipment and services for underwater acoustic measurements, surveys and control of underwater processes will be arranged in the central area of the conference space.
Abstracts of Contributed Papers Online Submission: December 15, 2018 to January 31, 2019
Abstracts of Invited Papers Online Submission: December 15, 2018 to February 15, 2019
Notification to Authors of Contributed Papers: February 15, 2019
Full Papers Online Submission: February 15 to April 19, 2019
Situation-adaptive distributed networked systems
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