14th Baška GNSS Conference

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Call For Papers


Despite the postponement of the conference, The Call for Papers remains open and the conference will be back, so please submit your abstracts when you are ready.


Authors are invited to submit their contributions in any of the fields listed in the Topics section, both for the GNSS part of the conference and the SBGMT Workshop.

Industrial and professional case studies are particularly welcomed and encouraged.

Student papers are particularly welcomed, and will be considered for a special section of the programme for such work to be presented.

Authors who intend to submit their manuscripts in the form of full scientific papers are kindly invited to submit a manuscript of a maximum length of 12 pages, prepared as a word doc file according to the instructions for contributors (click here for instructions). Submissions should be submitted using the Oxford Abstracts tool via the link below.

Speakers/researchers intending to present their research results without publication are kindly invited to submit extended abstract of approximately one (A4) page. Submitting the sole abstract implies that their contribution will be in the form of the presentation of their research results. The abstract should include full names, titles, affiliations, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses for all authors and co-authors.


For each submission (full paper or abstract), two independent international referees will perform the review in accordance with standard scientific practice and criteria, after which the authors will be informed as soon as the process has been completed.


Upon acceptance, conference papers will be published in the conference proceedings, available both in paper and electronic formats:


Based on evaluation and decisions of the Conference International Scientific Committee, the best scientific papers will be considered for publication in one of the following Journals:

The Call for Papers remains open and the abstract deadline has been extended until further notice.