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InstMC 2024 Abtract Submissions

Please note the deadline for abtract submissions for InstMC 2024 has been extended to May 31st 2024.

Please follow this link for the abstract submission portal.

Your abstract should correspond to the following criteria and this information will be required to complete your submission process:

  • An extended abstract on the template provided (Template available here)

  • Between 4 and 6 pages

  • Include a short abstract (of about 150 words)

  • Up to 8 references

  • An informative title (not more than 27 words)

  • The names and e-mail-addresses of all contributors

Important Dates: The final deadline for the submission of abstracts is 31st May 2024 . You will be informed about the acceptance of your contribution by 4th June 2024.

The Conference looks to accept original, high-quality contributions from all relevant fields of the highly topical and multi-disciplinary subject of measurement, sensors, and associated instrumentation.  The Conference will cover:

  • Practical developments of sensors and sensor systems ‘in the field’

  • A wide range of application areas, with an emphasis on both applied and theoretical aspects

  • All aspects of the theory, research, development, manufacturing and applications of the science, engineering and technology of the highly interdisciplinary field that comprises sensors, sensor systems and their applications today

  • Results of research embracing both simulation and experimental work, which may deal with practical or new industrial applications related to innovative sensors

  • New developments in sensor design, including modelling, and

  • The applications of sensors to novel research in different areas of instrumentation. 

Of particular interest are recent developments in the field, including:

  • sensors for Industry 4.0 and Digital Twins

  • sensor data fusion

  • sensors and machine learning and Artificial Intelligence

  • sensor use and evaluation in industry including sensor packaging, sensor durability and long-term testing and evaluation

  • education and training in sensors and sensor systems and health and safety aspects of the use of sensor systems.

In light of the above topics of interest on which papers are invited include (but are not limited to):

  • Photonic Sensors Including Optical and Optical Fibre Sensors

  • Chemical, Electrochemical and Gas Sensors

  • Acoustic and Ultrasonic Sensors

  • Sensor Modelling and Evaluation

  • Sensor Materials, Fabrication and Packaging

  • Microfluidics and Biosensors

  • Sensor Networks and IoT

  • Sensor Systems: Signals, Processing and Interfaces

  • Emerging Sensor Technologies and Applications

  • Actuators, Energy Harvesting and Powering Sensors

  • Sensor Data Processing

  • Wearable Sensors and Systems

  • Sensors in Industrial Practices and sensors for safety and security.

Publication of the Conference material.  Accepted extended abstracts will be published on the Conference website.  Further, a selection of the best accepted papers will be invited to submit full articles to the Journal Measurement: Sensors, published by Elsevier, for a Special Issue dedicated to the innovation in sensors and systems.

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