Call for Papers
The ITSF steering group invites you to submit a synopsis to be considered for ITSF 2021. The conference spans multiple vertical markets and industrial sectors, including Telecom, Finance, Data Centers, Cable, Broadcast and Media, Industrial Automation, Automotive, Power, IoT and Defence. This year particular attention will be given to proposals on innovations in timing and synchronization, providing insight into the investment, research and development, and broad-scale applications. Examples could include: Alternate Position Navigation and Timing (aPNT), National Timing Infrastructure, Atomic Clocks, New methods for distribution of time and sync, and New business models that enable these innovations to be used commercially.
See below for suggested themes and categories (click boxes for full description):
Interested in speaking at ITSF 2021?
Simply fill out the form with your details, provide a short (<150 words) description of your proposed presentation and select your preferred session. All submissions will be reviewed by the ITSF steering group and you will be notified of their decision by the end of May 2021.
Submissions will be judged on their technical merit and on how well they address practical issues facing the industry from both a short term and/or long term perspective.
Following on from the success of the ITSF 2020 conference, presentations for 2021 will be allotted to one of two delivery methods, either a speaker slot in the daily programme or for display as a poster within the main exhibition arena. This will be at the discretion of the steering group.
(We are all hoping for an in-person event for ITSF 2021 in Brighton, however, should this prove not to be possible due to Covid-19 restrictions, then we will offer you the opportunity to present your paper via video recording using our custom virtual platform)
Submission deadline is 14th May 2021