Galileo issue in Journal of Advances in Space Research
Scientific applications of Galileo and future Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Papers are invited for a special issue in Journal of Advances in Space Research entitled "Scientific applications of Galileo and future Global Navigation Satellite Systems". Articles derived from presentations (oral or posters) at the 2nd International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of the Galileo Programme, co-sponsored by COSPAR, are very welcome. However, any other original manuscripts will also be considered. Foreseen topics include: first results derived using GIOVE data, Galileo system development and technology (ground receiver and satellites), future use of current and future GNSS data for time and frequency transfer, atmospheric sciences (ionosphere, troposphere, climatology), geodetic and geophysical applications (terrestrial reference frame, plate motion, high-rate GPS positioning), combined use of multi GNSS data, precise orbit determination for GNSS and for LEO satellites, mathematical and theoretical challenges related to the availability of future GNSS data, algorithms and models.
Papers must be submitted electronically through the EES
Web site (http://ees.elsevier.com/asr)
under the category "S.I. Galileo and GNSS". All manuscripts
will be submitted to a standard peer-reviewed process.
Accepted manuscripts will be published in a Special Issue of
Journal of Advances in Space Research (Elsevier, ISI Web of
Submissions will be accepted starting in December 2009. Deadline for submission is March 1, 2010. Authors are encouraged to contact the Guest Editor (Pascal Willis, firstname.lastname@example.org). They will be kept regularly informed on the progress of the Special Issue until its expected publication in summer 2010. Papers will be available on the Journal Web site with a DOI as soon as they are accepted.