NEWRAD 2017 Submission

Call for Special Edition of NEWRAD2017

You are invited to submit an extended proceedings paper to the special edition of the 13th NEWRAD conference (NEWRAD2017), which will be published in the open access volume of Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS). The submitted papers will undergo a peer-review before being accepted and published in the special edition of NEWRAD2017. The submission fee will be 4,500 JPY, which is equivalent to 40 USD. The submission deadline is August 31, 2017.
Additional information on the submission procedure will be found on this page soon.

Call for Abstracts ≪Abstract submission was closed≫

NEWRAD2017 invites you to submit an extended abstract of maximum 2 pages for your oral or poster presentation.

Please follow the instructions below for the submission of your abstract.

Abstract submission categories for NEWRAD 2017

1. Earth observation (EAO)
2. Solar/stellar radiometry (SSR)
3. Quantum optics technologies (QOT)
4. Source-based radiometry (SBR)
5. Detector-based radiometry: scale realizations (DBS)
6. Detector-based radiometry: applications (DBA)
7. Optical properties of materials/components (OPM)
8. Other topic (OT)

Template

Please use the provided Microsoft WORD template when submitting your contribution.

Deadline of Abstract Submission

23:59 of 28 February, 2017, Japan Standard Time (GMT+9)

23:59 of 11 March, 2017, Japan Standard Time (GMT+9)

Abstract Submission

All abstract submissions for NEWRAD2017 have to be made electronically through AMARYS online abstract submission system here.

submission

After the review process, you will receive an acceptance letter that would contain instructions to submit a revised extended abstract. You can then make small corrections, if needed. The extended abstracts will be published at this website and also distributed to all the participants with a USB contained in the conference material.

Please note that abstract submissions for NEWRAD2017 is made through AMARYS online system handled by JTB Group.

Outline of the AMARYS