Papers and presentations are solicited from all sectors of the aerospace and electronics community. The conference will address civil, military, and commercial application areas. There will also be plenary sessions and a government track, with presentations from several agencies.
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Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Although any relevant topic will be considered for submitted papers and presentations, the topics listed above are especially being sought. In addition, papers that span two or more topic areas (e.g., novel approaches that draw upon cross-cutting technologies) are also strongly encouraged. For more detailed information on specific IT topic areas, schedule, author information, and general logistics information, please refer to the conference website: http://spacecomputing.org
Space Computing 2019 will consider three (3) types of submissions. Author instructions are provided below:
New full papers (up to 12 pages) with a verbal (slide) presentation
For papers intended to be published, Space Computing 2019 will use a single-pass, full-paper review process. Authors of papers for publication need to submit a 1-page abstract when the author submission Website opens January 2, 2019. The final version of their paper of up to 12 pages must be submitted by the March 6, 2019 deadline. The abstracts will allow the conference organizers to tentatively assign a track/session for the paper and ensure the author is in contact with the track/session chair for feedback prior to the final submission.
All accepted papers at Space Computing 2019 will be published in the IEEE conference proceedings, to be available at the conference and indexed in the IEEE Xplore data base. (This opportunity for publication is a new feature of the 2019 FTSCC.) Selected papers presented will be invited to appear in a special issue of a reputable journal in the field.
Space Computing 2019 will continue the highly successful working group session format to explore specific emerging technology themes in greater depth. Each working group typically runs as one track for one day or one half-day and incorporates both invited and contributed papers and presentations.
To propose a working group topic, working group organizers should submit a 1-2 page abstract including the theme, scope, and goals of the working group idea, as well as any potential speakers already identified, by March 6, 2019. The Conference Organizers will provide an updated list of tracks/sessions and working groups in future Website updates.
Posters will be displayed during the receptions prior to the evening dinners and speakers. Authors of proposed poster presentations need to submit a page abstract by the March 6, 2019 deadline. Conference organizers will work with poster presentation authors to finalize plans for their poster presentations.Draft manuscripts (up to 12 pages) for full papers, working group proposals (1-2 pages), and poster abstracts (1/2-page) must be received by March 6, 2019. Acceptance notification will be emailed by April 3, 2019.