TOPICS OF ONW'2009
1. Fundamental problems of radiative transfer theory
2. Optical properties of natural waters
3. Light propagation in water media and underwater imaging
4. Remote sensing, including satellite sensors and lidars
5. Optics of maritime atmosphere and the sea surface
6. Instruments for measuring optical properties
The scientific program of the Conference consists of contributed papers in the form of oral presentations (invited lectures, oral papers) and poster presentations (available area is 1m x 1m). Preference for oral or poster presentation should be indicated. Authors will be informed on acceptance of their abstracts by May 15, 2009. Contributed papers, 3-5 pages, will be published in the Proceedings available at the Conference.
The working languages are English and Russian
ABSTRACT AND SUMMARY PREPARATION
The brief description of the paper (abstract and summary) should be in English and not exceed one complete page of text, with 2.5 ńm margins from left, right, top, and bottom. The main font size should be 12 point and the font type should be Times New Roman, with single line spacing and justification for text. Figures and tables should be included directly in the document. The document begins with the title of paper in capital letters, 14 point bold type, centered. Skip one line after the title and then place the initials and last name of the author(s). On the next line place affiliation(s) of author(s) with full address(es) and e-mail of the main author, all centered. Skip one line and then place the 35-word abstract (without the word “Abstract”). After the abstract there should be a space of one line followed by full one-page summary.
Abstract in the MS WORD format should be sent by May 1, 2009 to
Detailed information on registration fee, travel, accommodation and specification for the full-length papers for the Proceedings will be available in the Second Announcement.
Abstract submission deadline: May 1, 2009