Call for Submissions
Submissions will open on April 1, 2018. Additional information about the submission process will be posted in the coming month.
You may make one or more submissions under the following categories for presentation at GRCon. In addition to submitting a presentation, you may submit a paper to the Technical Proceedings of GRCon18. You do not need to submit a paper to the Proceedings in order to present at GRCon.
Talks are 20-30 minutes long, including 5 minutes reserved for questions. Each presentation should be a slide-deck that can be shared publicly (PDF) after the conference. For presentations that are technical in nature, talks that present real-world development / testing will be favored over simulation-only work.
Tutorials are 40 minutes long, and should have an educational or “How-To” approach. If slides are used, they should be publicly shareable (PDF) after the conference. Demonstrations or “real-time examples” are welcome!
Posters can display any type of material that you believe is interesting to the community, and while most posters are technical, they don’t have to be. There is no poster template, so you can create whatever layout you would like. Poster easels will be provided.
Technical Papers can provide a more in depth presentation of your work to be included in this year's open access technical proceedings (you may submit a technical paper without presenting, or present without a paper)
To submit your presentation abstract or paper, please use our paper submission system below!
If your talk submission is accepted, you must register for the conference or your talk will be dropped from the schedule.
Please note that submitting a paper to the Technical Proceedings is not required to submit a Talk, Tutorial, or Poster, but is strongly encouraged. You also do not need to attend the conference to publish in the Technical Proceedings.
- April 1: Submission Opens
- June 3: Deadline for Talk, Tutorial, and Poster Submissions
- June 17: Acceptance Notification
- Notification of decisions on talk abstracts are provided to authors.
- Sep 4: Camera Ready Paper Due
- Provide your final polished paper version for inclusion in the technical proceedings!
- Sep 17: Proceedings Publication
- Proceedings will be published electronically near the beginning of the GNU Radio Conference!
Paper Template and Formatting Requirements
We recommend that authors submit their papers using LaTeX, and have provided a LaTeX template for use in compiling technical papers.
- The recommended LaTeX author kit/template may be downloaded here.
- If you cannot use LaTeX, a LibreOffice Writer template may be downloaded here as an alternative.
Please carefully review the requirements before submission and use the template provided!
Papers submitted to the technocal proceedings must:
- Be 8 pages or less in length (excluding references).
- Use the provided template format above.
- Contain substantive technical contribution or tutorials.
- Cite relevant reference material appropriately.
- Not be previously published in another venue.
Authors must agree to allow us to distribute their work under a non-exclusive license to distribute.
License Assignment by Authors
Papers to be included in the proceedings must grant The GNU Radio Foundation permission to include them in distribution of the proceedings through both physical and electronic mediums. We do not require copyright assignment, but do require authors grant us a non-exclusive right to distribute their work.
GNU Radio Non-Exclusive Distribution License 1.0
- I grant The GNU Radio Foundation a perpetual, non-exclusive license to distribute this article.
- I certify that I have the right to grant this license.
- I understand that submissions cannot be completely removed once accepted.
- I understand that The GNU Radio Foundation reserves the right to reclassify or reject any submission.
This is a modified version of the Arxiv Non-Exclusive Distribution License