HOW TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT TO CEOS WGCV-SAR WORKSHOP 2001
Marice Border (1), Antoine Rogeaud (1), Max Lossy (2), Takao Nasuda (3)
Electromagnetics Division, Maxwellaan 1, PB 314
NL-1234 AG Dielecwijk, The Netherlands
Propagation Department, 1414 Tunnel Road
Attenua, CA 91182-1234, USA
Antenna Department, 123 Ofunaoka 3-Chome
Kamawai-Ku, Kanasaki, 247-8555, Japan
Your abstract of 300 to 400 words should be written in English. It should not contain illustrations nor equations. The text
should first indicate the scope of the paper, the field of application of the work and briefly review the state of the art,
possibly with one or two most relevant references . Note that references in the abstract are not mandatory. Your
abstract should adequately describe the work, clearly emphasize what is new and briefly indicate the specific theoretical,
simulated and/or practical results to be presented in the full paper. A brief conclusion and indication of future work
prospects should also be included.
All abstracts entered and submitted via the web site form will be allocated a unique reference number and should
be automatically acknowledged by return E-mail with the reference number and the full text. This is the normal and
preferred method. If you notice an error in the electronic acknowledgment that you will receive after your submission,
please delete your abstract (using the dedicated web form) and resubmit a new one (you shall get a new abstract number).
For authors without access to an Internet browser, abstracts can be sent by e-mail to
email@example.com or on a
diskette sent by post to the workshop secretariat, Roppongi First Bldg. 14F,
1-9-9, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan. Those abstracts will then be entered by the Secretariat in the
web abstract form within two weeks.
The absolute deadline for the submission of abstracts is 22
December 2000. For those who cannot submit their abstract via the
web site form, please make your best efforts to send your e-mail or diskette to the
workshop secretariat two
weeks before this deadline so that we can reprocess your input in time. If you do not receive an acknowledgment within
two weeks, please contact the workshop secretariat.
Each submitted abstract will be evaluated by reviewers belong to the scientific
committee. The workshop secretariat will let you
know whether your abstract is accepted or not by 31 January 2000. If it is accepted, you will receive
instructions to submit your full-length
paper before 1 March 2001.
 D.B. Noloss, "Loss-less, low-cost, high efficiency, wide-band, antennas of the 20th century", IXX Trans. Antennas
Propagat. ,vol. 24, pp1998-1999, Dec. 2000