Important Dates

Ordered by presentation time

Regular papers
Full paper submission deadline February 15
Notification of paper acceptance March 15
Camera ready paper submission April 15

Author registration by April 10

Special sessions
Session proposals due January 15

Paper Submission

Submit your paper in ConfTool.

Camera Ready

Submission instructions will appear later

Call For Papers

We invite you to submit your original full papers on the most recent results and technology trends in the fields of positioning. We also invite proposals for special sessions from positioning-related projects.

Call For Special Sessions

ICL-GNSS will host a number of special sessions this year. Each special session will consist of 4-6 presentations to be fit within a single time slot of 1h 30min. At the time of submitting the special session proposal, the session organizer is just required to send the list of presentation titles and the list of authors.

    Once the special session is notified to be accepted, the session organizer can decide whether presentations will have an associated paper or not:
  • - If presentations have associated papers, they will undergo a review process;
  • - By default, a light review process will be carried out for special session papers, just to ensure that the paper format is compliant with the conference requirements, and that the contents are relevant to the conference.
  • - If presentations have no associated papers, the session organizer will only need to submit the presentation abstracts upon acceptance of the special session.

Contents of special session proposals

  • 1. Special session title;
  • 2. Organizer(s) of the session: name, affiliation, email;
  • 3. List of proposed presentations including title and authors/speakers;

This information must be sent to no later than January 15, 2019.

Resources for Authors

Submitted papers must represent original material that is not currently under review in any other conference or journal, and has not been previously published. Papers should have a nominal length of four to six pages in two-column format, A4 paper size, following the IEEE guidelines.

The paper templates and formatting instructions can be downloaded here: