Sep 20 – 21, 2023
Pordenone, Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

Special Sessions

Special Session 1: Charging Infrastructures for EVs

The infrastructure of the charging stations is strongly related to the rise in electric vehicles (EVs): The more EVs on the road, the more charging stations are accessible, and the better infrastructure in turn encourages some drivers to convert to an EV. HV batteries and ultra-fast charging are only two examples of solutions that have already been used on several vehicle classes and will become more commonplace in the future. The reliability of the power system is being hampered by the growing number of EVs and charging stations. The electric car's battery may be used as a buffer for individual residences, commercial buildings, and the power grid with bidirectional charging. This session will present the latest technological advances with different market aspects.

Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

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Special Session 2: Organized by UK Magnetics Society 

Details to Follow.                                                     UK Magnetics Society

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Special Session 3: New Trends and Applications of Magnetic Field and Electric Current Measurement in Industry and Science

This special session aims to address engineers, scientists and decision-makers to present and discuss the most recent technological developments, new trends and applications of magnetic field and electric current measurements in industry and in scientific laboratories. Attention is paid, but not limited to new technology and new applications in magnetic field and electric current measurement, sensors, actuators and transducers, assisted quality control in industry, calibration methods, etc.

Dr. Alexander Stuck SENIS AG Switzerland

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Special Session 4: Metrology in Industry 4.0: The Bridge of Uncertainty 

The global concept of Industry 4.0 is one of the key aspects of digitalization and improvement of industrial production. In order for most of the industries to remain competitive in global market, it is necessary implement Industry 4.0 into each stage of the relevant industrial processes. This is possible by the means of the metrology, as a science that connects and verifies theory and practice. Or, at least, that was the idea. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Industry 4.0 met the vast set of real-life challenges: lack of vision and fear of failure, too many technological choices and unreliable solutions, lack of skilled talent and diverse perspectives, resistance to change and increase funding… So, how Metrology can bridge the gap from now to the future and to beyond of Industry 4.0? Rethink and consider the new aspects of Relevance, Impact, Ethics, Implications, Education, Transition and  Future Developments of Metrology in Industry 4.0 era. Where are we now and where we want to be in Industry 4.0 environment? What new solutions can Metrology offer to Industry 4.0, from decision-making level to in-the-trenches field work? Lower the measurement uncertainty and increase the impact of the Industry 4.0!

Prof Marjan Urekar IMEKO

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Special Session 5: Organized by Dr. Marco Buzio, CERN

Details to Follow.                                               CERN

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Special Session 6: Magnetic Sensor Systems 

Organized by Innovation Platform for Magnetic Microsystems INNOMAG e. V.

The European network INNOMAG brings together the interests and potentials of manufacturers, service providers and users of magnetic sensor systems as a network. Founded in February 2007, the network is based in Germany, and currently has over 40 members from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and Sweden.


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