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Call for Presentation : Submission Form

The CTIC Program Committee invites the submission of contributions for the CTIC 2020 Conference.

Contributions are sought on a range of topics around Certification. These might include, but are not restricted to: project feedbacks, experiences related to application of standards on emerging solutions, industrial challenges in relation with the existing regulation,... We will particularly welcome submissions from Avionic companies or subcontractors about their practical experiences.

This year, novelties & new challenges will be particularly highlighted : Drones, Artificial Intelligence, Human Factor, Data Security & Environmental Qualification… However the spirit remains the same …

Submissions fall into 2 categories:

1 - Presentation - a 20-25 minute presentation at the conference followed by discussion. Selection will be made from initial submission of the abstract proposed using the form below.

2 - Workshops - If a workshop mode is more applicable for a topic, use the same form and describe what could be this workshop in your opinion, and who could/should be the contributors. Selection will be made from the abstract summarizing the objectives of the workshop and the proposed topics and contributors.

The Call for Presentations is now open.

The proceedings will be available for download by participants from the Certification Together website after the conference.
Copyright of individual papers, presentations and posters included in the proceedings remains with the author.

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