Now 25 February!

Sixteenth Annual IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference

Friday, May 6, 2022

New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, Long Island, NY


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Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology (LISAT) Conference features several parallel professional tracks including topics in systems, applications, and technology; a PDH program and an Exhibition.   We are soliciting submissions for participation in both the technical program, applications program, and the exhibition, and are interested in papers, presentations, and exhibits that showcase the development and use of technology by local organizations. Small and Large Businesses, Government Agencies, LISAT 2022 will also include Distinguished Lecture presentations on topics of strong interest to the scientific and engineering community and will provide the opportunity for select Undergraduate and Graduate student papers and/or posters to be presented.

Authors shall be required to provide a six (6) page IEEE standard manuscript for publication in IEEE Xplore, and will be required to make a Power Point TMpresentation at the conference. Manuscripts are subject to the LISAT Technical Program Committee’s peer review and may require revision prior to final acceptance.  Important dates for the Technical Program are:

LISAT 2022  Important Dates
Manuscripts for Publication Due Feb 25, 2022
Notification of Acceptance of Manuscripts (subject to final edits) March 7, 2022
Final Manuscript Edits, Bios, and Power Point Due April 8, 2022
Presenter Registration April 20, 2022
LISAT2022 Conference May 6, 2022

Detailed instructions on submission, manuscript and presentation templates, and information on the conference are available on the LISAT web site at Manuscript format must agree with requirements specified in the Author’s Kit, which can be found at

Each presentation will be 15 minutes long followed by 5 minutes of Q&A. At least one author must register for the conference for each paper/presentationIf one presenter is presenting multiple papers, then multiple registrations are required.  A limited number of tutorial and application presentations, which will not be published by the IEEE, may also be accepted.

LISAT encourages submissions from all areas of engineering, science, and technology. Topics of particular interest include Surveillance & Navigation Systems, Communications (Military and Commercial), Sensors and Advanced Electronics, Photonics, Fiber Optics and Wireless Technologies and Applications, Data Acquisition, Analysis and Computational Science, Microelectronics and Antennas for Commercial, Military and Space-Based Applications, Nanomaterials, Climate, Environment and Biosciences, Energy and Cyber Security and Health Sciences and Health Care.

LISAT has a strict “No Podium, No Publish” policy.  “Manuscripts will only be submitted for publication in IEEE Xplore if a presentation is made at the Conference.”

For information on Exhibiting at LISAT, please contact: For all other information contact LISAT 2020 Technical Program Committee Chair: Dave Mesecher at Conference Chair: Dr. Charles Rubenstein at or Conference Co-Chair: Dan Rogers at

LISAT is sponsored by the IEEE Long Island Section and its Technical Society Chapters and IEEE Region 1, in cooperation, for more than fifteen years with Farmingdale State College, SUNY and now with NYIT, Old Westbury.

Releases and Approvals: This conference will be unclassified and attended by both US and non-US persons.  It is the author’s responsibility to obtain all required company and government releases and approvals prior to making a paper submission. A statement that such releases and approvals have been obtained as well as a completed an IEEE online Copyright Form (signed by the submitting author) for each accepted paper. For those requiring a travel visa, it is strongly recommended that Authors apply for their visa as soon as is possible.