Accepted Special Sessions AT IPIN 2023
So far the following proposals for special sessions have been accepted:
- Open Research Data and Reproducibility in Indoor Positioning Research (Grigorios Anagnostopoulos, Joaquin Torres-Sospedra)
- Brain-inspired Positioning and Navigation (Fuqiang Gu, Fangwen Yu)
- Machine Learning for Localization and Navigation (Felix Ott, Maximilian Stahlke, Tobias Feigl, Christopher Mutschler)
- Experimental Evaluation of Photodiode-based Visible Light Positioning (David Plets)
- Localization and tracking for high-performance sport analysis (Elizabeth Colin, Laurie Conteville, Sergio Fortes)
- Seamless Transition between localization systems (Paolo Barsocchi, Antonino Crivello, Francesco Furfari, Michele Girolami, Filippo Palumbo)
- Future 5G/GNSS High-precision Positioning for Mobile Terminals in Challenging Environments (Tengfei Wang, Cheng Li, Dongyan Wei)
- Wi-Fi CSI-Based Indoor Positioning (Adriano Moreira, Antoni Perez-Navarro, Joaquín Torres-Sospedra, Raúl Montoliu)
Important dates (closed)
- Special Session Submission: 21 March 2023
- Notification of Special Session Acceptance: 22 March 2023
IPIN has an excellent track record over the years for organizing Special Sessions in new or emerging areas. This year as well we are seeking innovative, high-quality and potentially interdisciplinary proposals for Special Sessions that complement the regular program of the conference.
Special Sessions should be focused and provide both, an overview of the state-of-the-art, as well as highlight the most promising research directions, trends and challenges in the scope of the conference.
Preparation of proposals
Submitted proposals should include the following information:
- Special Session title
- Short description of the proposed topic (one paragraph)
- Novelty and motivation (one to two paragraphs), including why this topic is of interest to the IPIN community and why it is different from a regular session on the same topic
- A short biography of the organizers
- Download the template
Proposals will be evaluated based on topic novelty and associated impact and are subject to rolling acceptance, i.e., same topics are dealt with “first come first serve”. Special session papers submissions at IPIN are reviewed via the same exact process as submissions to the regular program, and papers are expected to meet the same quality standards.
Special session papers submissions at IPIN are reviewed via the same exact process as submissions to the regular program, and papers are expected to meet the same quality standards.