SYMPOL 2013 is being organized with the Technical Co-sponsorship of the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (IEEE-OES) and Acoustical Society of America (ASA).
This symposium is intended to provide a forum for the scientists/engineers working in these fields to assemble and interact with each other and present their innovative ideas and findings.
The Technical Panel of the tenth Symposium on Ocean Electronics (SYMPOL 2009) organized during 18-20 December 2009, resolved to have a Student Poster Program for SYMPOL 2011 and beyond.
The Student Poster Program is intended to foster, promote and encourage the involvements of students in technical conferences in highly specialized areas of technology.
All full-time Post Graduate Engineering or Science students or Research Scholars enrolled in an accredited university are eligible to be considered for
the SYMPOL 2013 student poster program. Eligible students for the Poster program must submit an extended abstract of not less than 1,000 words,
describing the work, status, results, etc. of a project in any of the relevant areas of SYMPOL.
Students selected for the Student Poster Program are eligible for
- Complimentary Full Conference Registration
- Travel Assistance
- Publication of the Paper in the Proceedings and IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Submission of Extended Abstract : 31st May 2013
Communication of Acceptance : 16th July 2013
Submission of Final Paper : 25th August 2013
The papers prepared in the template or extended abstracts may be submitted online or via email to:
Chairman, SYMPOL 2013
Coordinator, SYMPOL 2013
or by mail (both hard and soft copies) to:
Technical Program Chair
Department of Electronics
Cochin University of Science and Technology
Tel: +91 484 2576418, 2576449
Best Poster Award
The posters will be judged during the Student Poster Session and awards will be presented to the Best Poster on the occasion of SYMPOL 2013
Topics of Interest
Prospective students are invited to submit an extended abstract of not less than 1000 words on any project in any of the relevant areas of SYMPOL such as:
- Marine Measurements and Data Logging
- Underwater and Surface Communications
- Non-acoustic Techniques for Underwater applications
- Underwater Signal Processing
- Seismic Signal Processing
- Ocean Acoustics/Modelling
- Sonar Technology
- Underwater Telemetry/Command and Control
- Other allied areas in Ocean Electronics