Workshop on
Synchronization and
Timing Systems

March 25 - 28, 2019
San Jose, CA
DoubleTree San Jose

Present at WSTS

Timing and Sync Experts: Present at WSTS 2018

The Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS) brings together leading experts from industry, government and academia to discuss the latest timing and synchronization topics — a critical factor in telecommunications systems in addition to industries in a broad range of sectors. Expert presentations make WSTS the “go to” event for timing and sync innovation. Presenting at this event positions your ideas in front of the top professionals in the timing and sync community. You must submit an abstract no later than Monday, January 15, 2018, to have your concepts considered.

Abstracts contain a one or two paragraph summary of your concept. Provide a concise summary of your presentation’s most important points. What is most important to the audience? What problems does your contribution solve? How does it advance timing and sync innovation? A paper for any session can be proposed as a poster or a presentation.

At WSTS presenters may deliver their concepts in either a poster or presentation format. Both have benefits, depending on your concept and your preferred means of communicating. The WSTS Steering Committee reserves the right to request presentations in a format other than the one the author has requested if they see it as better suited. For example, if you request to present in a poster, we may accept your contribution as a presentation and vice versa.

Poster Sessions

The poster format is less formal and more interactive than a workshop presentation. Posters provide the opportunity for attendees to engage in discussion and to have one-on-one interaction with the poster presenter as well as interested fellow attendees.

Time will be designated during the workshop for attendees to visit the poster area. Poster presenters are only required to be present at their poster board during the designated poster sessions. Posters will be available for viewing during the entire three days.

In addition to being displayed for discussion, soft copies (electronic format) will be distributed to attendees with the workshop presentations.


Presentations will be given to an audience of all workshop attendees. Each WSTS presentation will be allocated approximately 20 minutes during a designated session, depending on the author preferences and the scheduling choices by the Steering Committee. Q&A sessions will be scheduled throughout the day, where the audience can ask questions related to the presentations.

The workshop is a technical conference and presenters are asked to refrain from including any slides or material that can be considered a marketing or promotional message.


  • Calnex
  • Epson
  • Meinberg
  • Microsemi
  • Oscilloquartz