Thank you to Marcus Müller for letting us know that a call for participation and registration for GRCon’23 (GNU Radio Conference 2023) is currently open. GNU Radio conference talks are generally about cutting edge radio research topics and applications that involve the use of GNU Radio, a popular DSP framework for SDRs. If you are interested, previous years talks can be found on the GNU Radio YouTube channel.
The deadline for participation to present is still open, having been extended to June 23. If you wish to submit an abstract you can do so here. Registration for in person attendance is also open. Alternatively, the talks can be viewed via livestream online for free or via a small donation.
GRCon’23 is happening in early September this year – so our submission deadlines are a bit tighter than usual.
Submission for talks, papers, workshops, and other contributions are accepted through the GRCon’23 website:
This call for participation closes on 5 June 2022! [Now extended to June 23]
A tiny bit about the GNU Radio conference:
GRCon is GNU Radio’s annual conference, being held in changing cities in the U.S., and also live-streamed and chat-interacted online. Watching the main track online and interacting with the audience and speakers via chat are free. Registration for the in-person event started in March.
GRCon’23 happens 5 – 9 September in Tempe, Arizona at ASU.
What GRCon offers is a main track of presentations with topics on GNU Radio, applications of SDR / high-rate signal processing, computational radio science, scientific and industry developments, policy and technological breakthroughs.
Next to that, there’s tutorials on specific topics, a poster session, Special Interest Groups and the developer’s summit, which is the get-together for the project developers.
Oh, and of course, there’s social events, happening at local highlight locations.
If you have *any* question (and I mean that – we’re trying to make GRCon as accommodating as possible) about GRCon, be it about attendance, online participation, content submission or other problems related to the conference, we want you to reach out: Here on the mailing list, on the chat (https://chat.gnuradio.org), or in a private email to the GRCon organizers (email@example.com).