Thank you for attending IEEE IUS 2020! Content will be available through September 30 for registered attendees.

The Proceedings with the full papers will be sent out to registrants by the beginning of October.

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IEEE IUS 2020 - Now a Virtual-Only Event

The safety and well-being of our participants is our priority. With the continued resurgence of COVID-19 within the State of Nevada, in particular Las Vegas, along with the city’s prohibiting large or even moderately-sized public gatherings, it makes it an impossibility to hold the in-person event as originally planned.

The organizing committee is moving 2020 IEEE IUS to a fully virtual conference which will take place September 6 - 11, 2020.  

This format allows us to still come together to learn, idea-share, and gain insight into the latest innovations within the ultrasonics field, and ensures that the current landscape does not hinder anyone’s ability to participate. 

For the best overall attendee experience in an online setting, we will be using CONFlux from Conference Catalysts as our primary portal and delivery mechanism for video. To ensure a rich experience for poster presenters, ePosters from Kubify will deliver content through the CONFlux portal. The ePosters format has extensive options for video, audio and data which will enhance author – audience engagement. Information and support on utilizing these tools will be made available shortly. We look forward to seeing how our attendees use these new delivery mechanisms, and will be instituting a prize for the most innovative use of the medium.

We hope you’re as excited as we are at this opportunity to explore new ways of interacting with our community. We truly expect that the legacy of this event will lead to improved accessibility in our Symposium’s future and we warmly welcome your support and enthusiasm.

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2020’s IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium

September 6 - 7, 2020: Short Courses
September 8 - 11, 2020: Technical Program

IEEE IUS will now be held as a fully virtual event. The live sessions will take place in Pacific Time (PDT).

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Important Deadlines

Poster Presenters: Deadline to START ePoster August 7, 2020
Lecture Presenters: Deadline to Upload Video, Presenter Info, & Copyright August 12, 2020
Poster Presenters: Deadline to Upload Presenter Info & Copyright August 12, 2020
Poster Presenters: Deadline to COMPLETE ePoster August 28, 2020
Deadline for Final Proceedings Papers September 7, 2020

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Video Presentation Deadline

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Short Courses Begin

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Technical Program Begins

Plenary Speaker

David B. Tanner

University of Florida

Advanced LIGO: When black holes collide

Women in Engineering Event

All attendees active in the technical areas of the IUS are invited to participate in a virtual networking event. We will be discussing strategies for visual and graphical communication of research.

Felice Frankel will be giving a talk on scientific illustration and visual communication. Felice Frankel is a science photographer and a research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She has extensively worked on developing new approaches to promote the public understanding of science through visual expression. We will have breakout sessions where we will work on the visual representation of our research. We will work on creating a graphical abstract for our next paper or thesis dissertation.   

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