The successful series of the international Radiowave Oceanography Workshop (ROW) has focused on the scientific aspects of ocean applications of the high frequency radars and has provided a forum for researchers to discuss their results, swap data and algorithms, and identify priorities for future research.
It is time for ROW 2017, which will take place in Lüneburg, Germany, from 19-21 September 2017.
We encourage researchers to give presentations on their current research and participate in the discussions.
The format of the meetings is truly a workshop, with lengthy discussions, real-time swapping of speakers during presentation to show various data, and attempts to build consensus among researchers concerning data analysis and future research directions.
Since it is truly a workshop the presentations will be very informal, and you can leave out the introduction and background and go straight to the description of the approach, data results, and what you see as the issues and future directions. Feel free to show unpolished, data-only, viewgraphs.