Instruments (ISSN 2410-390X) is an international, peer-reviewed open access journal that provides an advanced forum for studies related to the design and applications of instruments, apparatuses, and experimental techniques in disciplinary and interdisciplinary research.
The journal aims at publishing high-quality scientific papers presenting ground-breaking and innovative results, as well as major achievements in the field of instrumentation and in the use of the related data.
It publishes regular research papers, communications, letters, short notes, and reviews. Our aim is to encourage researchers to publish their experimental, theoretical, and computational results in as much detail as necessary. There are no restrictions on paper length or number of figures and tables.
The main subject areas include:
- Innovative design, methods, applications, metrological characterization, and theory of all aspects of advanced instruments, including sensors, transducers, signal generators, and virtual instruments.
- Among the main fields: instrumentation in physics, astronomy, chemistry, engineering, electronics, materials science, space science, biology and medicine, domotics, environment, energy, food and nutrition.
- Innovative data acquisition architectures, components, and pre-processing techniques.
- New data analysis software and approaches.
- Instrumentation science: uncertainty theory and application, epistemology, measurement production modeling, and experimental identification and validation.
- Advanced instrumentation in medicine: human interface, brain science, space and motion perception, human factors, vision, auditory and somatosensory, attention and performance rehabilitation, sport science.
- Examples of keywords are: sensors, transducers, microscopy, spectroscopy, imaging, optical devices, spectrometry, particle accelerators and detectors, plasma, dosimetry, metrology, electronics, data handling, medical and industrial diagnostics, robotics and haptics, measurement embedded applications, Virtual Instrumentation, Internet of Things, Augmented Reality, wireless sensor networks, sensors and transducers on chip, education and training in measurement and instrumentation, etc.
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