2023 Call for Extended Abstracts

The 2023 Inverse Problems Symposium (IPS) welcomes submissions for extended Abstracts by professors, scholars, researchers, practitioners, undergraduate and postgraduate students, etc. for presenting both forward reaching and impactful research findings at the April gathering in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The New Mexico State University (NMSU) hosts this upcoming event and welcomes all participants to the Land of Enchantment. This event will take place at the Las Cruces Convention Center which is in walking distance of the hosting Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

Abstracts are solicited in all areas and aspects of inverse analysis as previously noted. Past conferences have produced a collegial atmosphere that encourages interaction between the presenters and participants. This event will continue to promote a friendly and casual environment that emphasizes the local and vibrant New Mexican culture.  Visit the Las Cruces Visitors Center website at www.lascrucescvb.org/.


Important Dates

November 30, 2022 - Extended Abstract Submissions Deadline

January 13, 2023 - Extended Abstract Acceptance Notification 

February 3, 2023 - Revised Abstract Due (final corrections/updates)

February 3, 2023 - Final Schedule of Talks / Posting of schedule

April 7, 2023 - Presentation Submission Due


Abstract Preparation

The extended Abstract should be 500-1000 words in length and single spaced, using Times New Roman font size 10. Title should be bold and size 18 font. The margins at four sides should be set at 1 inch.

The extended Abstract should be written in English for the submission. Please make sure the Abstract is well-written and properly edited.  This symposium is purposed at the Distribution A level, i.e., Approved for public release. Distribution is unlimited. 

  • Submissions should be original in nature and designated preference (Presentation or Poster)
  • Full name of the presenter (designated using an Astrid * symbol), corresponding author (designated using a exclamation (!) symbol) and all authors should appear under the paper title. Position, Email, Department, and University/Lab/Company should also be provided as contact information for promoting future collaborations among the participating attendees.
  • The 500-1000-word Abstract should include the problem statement, purpose of the research, relevance/significance of the study, research methodology, key findings and conclusions. References are excluded from word count. 
  • Relevant Acknowledgements should appear after the Abstract
  • Statement of Distribution A level approval (if sponsor requires)
  • Reference list.  

Rules for Submitting Abstracts

  • Authors should submit Abstracts for consideration by completing the Online Abstract Submittal Form, accessible by clicking the button located at the bottom of this page.
  • All submitted Abstracts should include a description of content, conclusions and significance of the proposed presentation.
  • At the time of Abstract submission, authors will be asked to certify that the submitted Abstract is unclassified, non-proprietary and approved for public release and unlimited distribution (Distribution A). All accepted Abstracts will be posted to the 2023 IPS website.
  • Corresponding Authors will be responsible for obtaining all necessary approvals and releases prior to conference.
  • Abstracts must be received no later than November 30th, 2022. Abstract reviewers request that, in order to facilitate technical review, Abstracts be submitted as soon as possible.
  • All submitted Abstracts will receive an email, notifying them of the acceptance/non-acceptance of the extended abstract. Only the corresponding author will be sent the acceptance/non-acceptance email and it will be this author's responsibility to notify any co-authors.
  • Authors presenting papers at 2023 IPS are required to register for the conference and pay the associated conference registration fee.  
  • All accepted authors/Abstracts for the 2023 IPS will be expected to give their presentation in-person at the time of the 2023 Inverse Problems Symposium.

Presentation Guidelines

Please continue to check back for guidelines.