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

Author Instruction

Call for Abstracts

Authors should prepare an Extended Abstract (of 3-4 pages) that clearly indicates the originality of the contribution and the relevance of the work. The Extended Abstract should be prepared according to the Paper Template (Word) that can be downloaded on the following link:


  • Sensors and Transducers;
  • Measurement and Instrumentation for Industrial Applications;
  • Sensors Interoperability;
  • Wireless Sensor Networks;
  • E-Mobility;
  • Direct Current and Low Frequency Measurements;
  • Radio Frequency, Microwave and Millimeter Wave Measurements;
  • Calibration, Metrology and Standards;
  • Traceability and International Compatibility of Measurements;
  • Advanced Instrumentation Based on Micro and Nanotechnologies;
  • Signal and Image processing;
  • Waveform Analysis and Measurements;
  • System Identification and Control;
  • Embedded Systems;
  • Ambient Systems and Computer-Assisted Living;
  • Software Measurements;
  • Biomedical Measurements;
  • EMC Measurements;
  • Power and Energy Measurements;
  • Power Quality Assessment;
  • Time and Frequency Measurements;
  • Automated Test and Measurement Systems;
  • Marine Instrumentation Technology;
  • Virtual Measurement Systems;
  • Quantum Electrical Metrology.;
  • ADC&DAC Modelling and Testing;
  • Special Session 1: Charging Infrastructures for EVs
  • Special Session 2: Organized by UK Magnetics Society
  • Special Session 3: New Trends and Applications of Magnetic Field and Electric Current Measurement in Industry and Science
  • Special Session 4: Metrology in Industry 4.0: The Bridge of Uncertainty  
  • Special Session 5: Organized by CERN
  • Special Session 6: Magnetic Sensor Systems - organized by INNOMAG
  • Special Session 7: Innovations in Measurements for Electrical Machines Condition Monitoring