Call for Tutorials

    Last Update
  • 15/Sept/2022

Accepted Tutorials AT IPIN 2023

So far the following proposals for tutorials have been accepted:

Important dates (closed)

  • Tutorial Session Proposal: 31 March 2023

Please propose potential tutorials that you would like to host. Some inspiration: the following tutorials have taken place in recent years:

  • Battling the Android scheduling system: how to reliably schedule background measurements in Android
  • If you tell me what you look at, I could tell you where you are
  • Indoor Localization using Magnetic Fields
  • Positioning with smartphone-acquired GNSS raw signals – a tutorial for beginners
  • Standards For Indoor Maps: 1: Introduction to Indoor Map Standards
  • Standards For Indoor Maps: 2: Future Plan of IPIN/ISC Indoor Map Subcommittee
  • Tools for Acoustic Indoor Localization Systems
  • Using GNSS Raw Measurements on Android Devices
  • Locating devices in indoor environments has become a key issue for many emerging location‐based applications (LBA) in different fields. However, nowadays there is no overall and easy solution. Despite a large‐scale deployment of such location systems is not available yet, this strategic topic is called to lead technological innovations of great impact on the daily activities of people in the coming years, in areas such as health and independent living, leisure, security, etc. Since the first edition, the Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN) has been an excellent forum to bring together researchers, developers and service providers in positioning and indoor navigation. The 2023 edition will be held in Nuremberg, Germany.

    Following the tradition of previous IPIN editions, several tutorials will take place before the conference.

    Preparation of proposals

    We encourage tutorial submissions on emerging topics in the field of indoor positioning and navigation, but also tutorials about the well stablished fundamentals are welcome.

    Proposals must contain:

    • Title
    • Abstract (between 200 and 500 words)
    • Ouline of the content (1 page)
    • Target (students, practitioners, researchers, academics, etc)
    • Length (Please, tell us the length of the tutorial, e.g., 60 to 180 min)
    • Short description of planned activities (0.5 pages)
    • List of resources required for the tutorial (0.5 pages)
    • Short bio of the instructors (0.5 pages per instructor)