Get Your Abstracts in for the 2013 IGS Symposium on Radioglaciology

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By Bill Daehler
Winter 2013

The International Glaciological Society(IGS) is coming to Lawrence, KS, USA later this year for an important conference, and organizers are currently accepting abstract submissions.

All researchers interested in presenting should submit their abstracts by April 27, 2013. If accepted, notifications will be sent out by May 17, 2013.

IGS Radioglaciology

CReSIS will host the IGS’s International Symposium on Radioglaciology from September 9-13, 2013 at the University of Kansas. The symposium will feature presentations from scientists across the globe, including CReSIS researchers.

The symposium is by co-hosted by CReSIS, the University of Kansas, the KU School of Engineering and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The five-day event will include a banquet, oral and poster presentations, informal meetings to exchange information, and an excursion to the Tallgrass Prairie National Reserve—an eastern Kansas prairie and nature reserve.

Papers are now being accepted for the symposium on a range of topics relating to radioglaciology, including:

  • Radars and signal processing techniques for sounding and imaging of polar ice sheets
  • Ultra-wideband radar technology and innovative polar research applications
  • Recent observations and results over the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets
  • Refining algorithms for basal condition assessment
  • Remote sensing techniques for smaller ice masses and ice masses in logistically challenging areas outside the poles

Other important deadlines for the Symposium are:

  • Pre-registration deadline on June 15, 2013
  • Paper submission deadline on July 8, 2013
  • Deadline for refund on July 22, 2013
  • Registration and Icebreaker on September 8, 2013
  • Symposium begins on September 9, 2013
  • Final revised papers deadline is on October 21, 2013

To learn more about the conference and abstract submission, please follow the link: https://www.cresis.ku.edu/meetings/conferences

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