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San Diego, California, United States
19 - 23 August 2018
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Follow these instructions to develop a successful presentation and accompanying manuscript for the conference and for publication in the Proceedings of SPIE in the SPIE Digital Library.

1. Submit an Abstract

Abstract Due Date: 7 February 2018

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Official Notification Email to SPIE Contact Authors: 16 April 2018

2. Prepare to Present at the Conference

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Important Author Dates

Abstracts Due
7 February 2018

Acceptance Notification
Sent to Contact Author

16 April 2018

Manuscripts Due
25 July 2018


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