Call for papers (PDF, TXT)

IPIN solicits submission of high quality technical papers reporting original work not previously published, nor currently submitted for consideration elsewhere. Papers are submitted as one of two types:

  • Regular paper: limited to 8 IEEE format pages, for oral presentation
  • Work-in-Progress (WiP) paper: from 5 to 8 LNCS format pages, for poster or oral presentation

Manuscripts are submitted according to the instructions for authors. Papers undergo a single-blind review process by at least two reviewers. Accepted regular papers are submitted to IEEE Xplore Digital Library, accepted WiP papers to, which is currently indexed by Scopus, Ei Compendex and DBLP. Best papers are awarded during the conference.

Topics of interest include:

  • User requirements
  • UI, indoor maps and 3D building models
  • Human motion monitoring and modelling
  • Robotics and UAV
  • Indoor navigation and tracking methods
    • AoA, TOF, TDOA based localisation
    • RSSI and magnetic fingerprinting
    • PDR, IMU and hybrid systems
    • UWB, ultrasound, optical systems
    • RFID, radar, device-free systems
    • Mapping, SLAM
    • Frameworks for hybrid positioning
    • Cooperative, machine learning systems
  • Seamless systems
    • HS-GNSS, indoor GNSS, pseudolites
    • RTK GNSS with handheld devices
    • Mitigating GNSS error switching to indoor
    • Industrial metrology & geodetic systems, iGPS
  • Self-contained sensors
  • Wearable and multi-sensor systems
  • Privacy and security for ILS
  • Location-based services and applications
  • Health and wellness applications
  • Benchmarking, assessment, evaluation, standards

The sixth IPIN Competition will take place the days before the conference, in the Pisa CNR Area, following the traditional format with both on-site and off-site tracks.

The conference includes keynotes, tutorials and industry exhibitions.

Important Dates
  • Paper submission (extended):

    10 May

    26 May

  • Notification of acceptance:

    30 June
  • Camera-ready:

    21 July