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May 2nd, 2016
ISGNSS 2016 to be held in Tainan, Taiwan

The International Symposium on GNSS 2016 (http://isgnss2016.ncku.edu.tw/) (ISGNSS 2016) will be held in Tainan, Taiwan from 5 to 7 December 2016. The conference is hosted by National Cheng Kung University (NCKU).

 

The International Symposium on GNSS is an annual event that has been previously held in Hong Kong, Istanbul, Jeju, Johor Bahru, Kyoto, Seoul, Sydney, Taipei, Tokyo, Wuhan, and Xian (in alphabetical order). This year, for the first time, the symposium will take place in the historical city of Tainan, Taiwan.

 

ISGNSS 2016 will bring together key researchers from the Asia Pacific region and around the world to discuss the latest developments in Global Navigation Satellite Systems.