IBWS 2019 is 16th in the series of successful workshops dedicated to high energy astrophysics and supporting ground-based experiments (e.g. robotic telescopes)
The workshop will be held in Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad), Czech Republic, May 20 – 24 2019. The IBWS is expected to start with a welcome cocktail in the evening, May 20, the scientific sessions will start in the morning, May 21.
Please attend the whole conference if possible, as we would like have not too much two separate communities (astrophysics/satellites), but to focus on bridges between them.
- High energy astrophysics
Both theoretical as well as observational aspects of high energy and very high energy astrophysics, both galactic and extragalactic, gamma-ray bursts
- Real-Time Image Processing In Astronomy
Although IBWS is called “workshop”, most of its workshop-like properties have evaporated with time, and as we still want it to be more interactive, more production-oriented and have the results more touchable, we would like to introduce an experimental workshop session.
This time, the topic will be Real-Time Image Processing In Astronomy. If you wish to participate in this session, please contact the session chair Martin Jelinek in advance. The basic idea is to avoid general topics and get to the core as quick as possible. The invited speaker will summarize the general ideas, and participators of the session are expected to contribute directly to the topic, without spending time on things like introducing their observatory, telescopes etc. if not relevant to the task they are solving.
- Small satellites for astrophysics & Instrumental session
(satellites in general, ground-based instrumentation)
All aspects of small satellites (pico, nano, CubeSats), projects presentations, scientific payloads for these satellites, BRITE. Satellite projects for HE astrophysics in general. Rocket experiments. Ground-based support for satellite projects and high energy astrophysics – robotic telescopes, Čerenkov telescopes, data analyses.
- Session on programs
(EU, ESA, bilateral)
to support joint research activities and to brainstorm on potential joint proposals.
- Digitization and astrophysical applications of astronomical photographic plate collections
to discuss recent achievements and future plans with emphasis on applications in high-energy and frontier astrophysics.
The IBWS workshop offers the opportunity to publish a peer-review paper in the Special Issue of journal indexed by WoS, etc.
- Submissions imply the intent of at least one author to register, attend the conference, present the paper as scheduled, and submit a manuscript for publication in the conference proceedings.
- One manuscript per one contribution.
|Journal:||Astronomical Notes / Astronomische Nachrichten|
|Page limit:|| 4 – 8 pages (inc. references)
(Editors reserve the possibility to propose a shortening of the contribution if necessary)
|Figures:||PostScript-files (*.eps) using the graphicx package|
|Colours:||Print in b/w; online in colour|
|Deadline for an abstract of the manuscript in EasyChair:||12th May 2019 ( EasyChair system )|
|Deadline for manuscript submission in EasyChair:||9th June 2019 ( EasyChair system )|
|Submission:||The paper must be submitted through the EasyChair system in PDF format only.
After a successful review process, authors submit a ZIP archive with the article in LaTeX format.
Electronic formats different from LaTeX will not be accepted.
Papers from the 15th edition IBWS (2018) are published in the Special issue of Astronomische Nachrichten.
Papers from the 14th edition IBWS (2017) are published in the Special issue of Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnaté Pleso. (Individual articles from 2017 can be downloaded from the publisher´s site. )
Originally, the IBWS (INTEGRAL/BART) workshops focused on the work of High energy astrophysics group in Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and relevant international collaborators from the field, with intensive student participation.
Nowadays, the IBWS workshops promote regional collaboration in high-energy astrophysics with an emphasis on the interface between satellite projects and ground-based experiments (e.g. robotic telescopes).
The workshop venue will be again the Regional Library.
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