3rd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2020)

  • 2020 (Not Final)
  • Location is not final

The 3rd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2020) covers topics such as:

  • Instruments and Measuring Technology
    • Methods of Measurements
    • Metrology and Measurement Science
    • Measurement of Electrical Quantities
    • Calibrations and Standards
    • Measurement of Force, Mass, Torque, Inclination and Acceleration
    • Time and Frequency Measurements
    • Hardness Measurements
    • Magnetic Measurements
    • Temperature and Thermal Measurements
    • Measurement of Geometrical Quantities
    • Vibration and Noise Measurement
    • Pressure and Vacuum Measurements
    • Chemical Measurements
    • Flow Measurements
    • Acoustics and the Ultrasonic Measurements
    • Quantum Measurements and Photonics
    • Power and Energy Measurements
    • Environmental Measurements
    • Measurements in Biology and Medicine
    • Measurement of Human Functions
    • Optical and Radiation Measurements
    • Mathematical Tools for Measurements
    • Virtual Instruments and Data Acquisition Systems
    • Microwave Measurements
    • Measurement Systems
    • Software Measurements
    • Analog-to-Digital Converters, Digital and Mixed Signal Processing
    • Distributed Measurements
    • Scientific and Industrial Instrumentation
    • Waveform Analysis and Measurements
    • Experimental Mechanics
    • Cyber-Physical Systems and IoT
    • Metrology in Food and Nutrition
    • Measurement in Robotics
    • Reliability of Instrument and Measurement Systems
    • Intelligent and Computer Vision Instruments
    • Technical Diagnostics and Testing
    • Nanometrology
    • Education and Training in Measurement and Instrumentation
    • Nondestructive Testing
  • Sensor Technology
    • Mechanical Sensors
    • Accelerometers, Inclinometers and Gyroscopes
    • Optical Fiber Sensors
    • Optical Sensors
    • Biological, Chemical Sensors, Immunosensors and BioMEMS
    • Photonic Sensors
    • Pressure Sensors
    • Temperature Sensors
    • Electromagnetic Sensors
    • Acoustic Sensors
    • Humidity Sensors
    • Gas Sensors
    • Radiation Sensors
    • Infrared Sensors, Devices and Thermography
    • Multi Sensor Fusion Technology
    • Robot Sensors
    • Virtual Sensors
    • Smart and Intelligent Sensors
    • Sensor Calibration
    • Sensor Interfacing and Signal Conditioning
    • Semiconductor Materials for Sensors
    • Nanomaterials and Electronics Technology for Sensors
    • MEMS and NEMS
    • Polymer Materials for Sensors
    • Remote Sensors and Telemetry
  • Remote Sensing Fundamentals
    • Imaging
    • Radiometry and energy throughput
    • Stray light considerations, including analysis, signal-to-noise, and instrument performance limitations
    • Fundamental limits to IR imaging, including detector quantum noise and background limit
    • Space environment and radiation effects
    • Instrument calibration, comparison of predicted and measured results
    • Standards and characterization of components and materials
    • Calibration and testing
    • IR/electro-optical system modeling and simulations
  • Automation and Control
    • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
    • Components and Technologies for Control
    • Fuzzy-logic and Artificial Neural Networks in Control Systems
    • Control System Modeling and Simulation
    • Automated Manufacturing Systems
    • Industrial Automation
    • Non-linear Control Systems
    • Linear Control Systems
    • Robust Control
    • Optimal Control
    • Telematics
    • Distributed Parameter Systems
    • Network Control and Security
    • CAD / CAM / CIM / SCADA
    • Computers for Control
    • Web-enabled Manufacturing Control and Wireless Automation
    • Information Control in Manufacturing
    • Computational Intelligence in Control
    • Chemical Process Control
    • Intelligent Traffic Control
    • Modeling and Control of Environmental Systems
    • Control in Agriculture; Biological and Medical Systems
    • Scientific objectives for future missions
    • Education and Training in Automatic Control and Systems
    • Instrument design requirements to meet mission objectives and the resultant design and implementation experiences
    • Scientific results for those missions that have flown
    • Instrument and sensor integration challenges and experiences
    • Sensor technology challenges in meeting instrument requirements
    • Planned and required enabling technologies
  • Instruments and their Scientific Returns
    • Spectrometers
    • Bolometers
    • Photometers (multiband)
    • Imaging cameras
    • Imaging and nonimaging interferometers
    • Radiometers
    • Microcameras
  • Instrument Observational Facilities
    • James Webb Space Telescope
    • Planck Observatory
    • SAFIR Telescope
    • SPICA Far-IR Facility
    • SOFIA
    • Darwin
    • HERSCHEL
  • Enabling Technologies
    • Cold read-out electronics
    • Sensor design
    • Infrared materials
  • Remote Sensing
    • Atmosphere and weather prediction
    • Earth resource mapping
    • Remote calibration
    • Space exploration
  • Infrared Telescopes for Earth Remote Sensing, Focal Plane Technology, and Detection Schemes
    • IR detectors
    • Near-IR detectors
    • Sub-mm detectors
    • Far-IR detectors
    • Autonomous sensors and wireless sensor networks for agro-environment applications, smart buildings, intelligent presentationtraffic systems, and body area networks
    • Focal plane layout and architecture
    • Engineering solutions for disabled people
    • Cardiovascular measurements based on feet and hand interfaces
    • User interfaces for ambient control
    • Augmented and alternative communication
    • Stress detection at the work place
    • Vital sign monitoring
    • Electrolyte conductivity measurements based on resistive electrodes
    • Instrumentation methods based on impedance measurements, including spectroscopy and tomography
    • Battery condition (State of charge (SoC) and State of health (SoH)) estimated from impedance and temperature measurements
    • Electrolyte conductivity sensors based on capacitive electrodes
    • Systems for shallow prospection applied to Archaeology, Civil Engineering and Environmental Assessment

The 3rd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2020) brings together researchers, engineers, scientists and industry professionals.

The 3rd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2020) might be held in 2020 (Not Final).

400-550 US Dollar   (Early registration date: 21 January 2019)
21 January 2019
International Academy of Science and Engineering for Development (IASED)
Rentalcars Savings

Past and Future Events

  • 3rd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2020) - 2020 (78243)
  • 2nd International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2019) - 21-24 Mar 2019, Shenzhen, China (78242)
  • International Conference on Technological Advances of Sensors and Instrumentation (ICTASI 2018) - 26-28 Jan 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (70350)

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