Upcoming MDPI Conferences (1)
26–28 May 2021 8th International Symposium on Sensor Science
Gathering of the interdisciplinary community is necessary for synergistic development in the field of sensors and improvement of life quality. Updating the community on the most recent works and building new links between disciplines enables discussion and new collaborations.
This conference will bring together leading researchers, from both academia and industry, to share their recent findings on a range of topics related to Bio- and Nano-Sensors, Bioelectronics, Chemical Sensors, Physical Sensors, Sensor Applications, and Smart Systems. It will focus on significant advances in the area of sensorics, enabling increased sensitivity, portability, and connectivity. Therefore, the target participants for the proposed conference are experts in the sensors community while, at the same time, the conference is expected to be mutually beneficial for young researchers and students.
We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting meeting in Dresden.
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Upcoming Partner Conferences (5)
4–5 June 2020 SIOS’s Online Conference on "Earth Observation (EO), Remote Sensing (RS) and Geoinformation (GI) Applications in Svalbard"
SIOS invites abstracts from the Svalbard science community working on applications based on Earth Observation, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation.
Deadline to submit abstracts: 24 May 2020
Conference dates: 4-5 June 2020
Svalbard is probably the region in the Arctic with the most in situ measurements; still, there are massive gaps. Such data gaps can be filled using frequent satellite-based acquisitions, new product generation using remote sensing, and integration of in situ data with satellite-based information.
This conference will provide a broad platform to various regional and Svalbard-wide studies that are being conducted using EO/RS/GI.
The aim of the conference is to
- promote the PhD students, postdocs, researchers, senior scientists and academicians to contribute actively in the SIOS’s special issue on EO/RS/GI.
- review the state-of-the-art EO/RS/GI applications in Svalbard.
- provide social experience to the Svalbard scientific community during the difficult time.
The conference is being organised and coordinated by the SIOS-KC, the Remote Sensing Working Group (RSWG), and the guest editors of SIOS’s special issue on EO/RS/GI.
The top five papers presented by Early Career Researchers will be invited to contribute as full papers to the SIOS’s special issue in the Remote Sensing Journal free of charge.
15–20 June 2020 8Th International Conference on Cartography & GIS
Organized by the International Cartographic Association, the Bulgarian Cartographic Association and the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia, Bulgaria.
The International Conference on Cartography & GIS (ICCGIS) is a biannual conference started in 2006 that has, to date, hosted seven fruitful events and welcomed scientists from all over the world. The aim of the conference is to collect knowledge and share experience about the latest achievements in the field of cartography and GIS.
The following four ICA commissions will hold their annual meetings during the conference:
Commission on Cartography in Early Warning and Crisis Management, Chaired by Jiping Liu
Commission on Cartography and Children, Chaired by Carla Sena
Commission on Geospatial Semantics, Chaired by Dalia Varanka
Commission on Map Projections, Chaired by Lynn Usery
The Proceedings will be submitted for indexing in Web of Science.
- 10 January - abstract submission
- 7 February - acceptance of abstracts
- 29 February - early registration
- 1 May - full paper submission and payment of regular registration fee
22–26 June 2020 12th International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP 2020)
The International Permafrost Association is pleased to announce that the 12 th International Conference on Permafrost to be held in Lanzhou, China on 22–26 June 2020. The Conference theme is Permafrost environments under persistent warming: Challenges for scientific assessment and engineering practice.
This conference will focus on permafrost changes and the corresponding environmental affects under the climate warm ing , share experiences in cold regions engineering construction, and exchange the recent acknowledgements in all fields of permafrost research around the world The conference provides 8 sessions with 25 topics, covering all aspects of permafrost research, for the attendance to show and exchange their research achievements and experiences.
China has constructed the Qinghai Tibet Railway (QTR), the Qinghai Kang Expressway, the Qinghai Tibet Power Transmission Line and the Chaidar Muli Rail Link in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau (QTP), and the Russia China Crude Oil Pipeline in the North east China To show these permafrost engineering and relative permafrost environments, six field excursions will be provided after the conference session days. The participants can visit the Third Polar (QTP), the Qilian Mountains in the North west China, the Ordos Loess Plateau in the North China and Daxing anling Mountains in the North east China, where a new field foun dation for permafrost research was constructed.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to China in the coming 2020.
22–24 June 2020 2020 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for AeroSpace
Since the first edition, MetroAeroSpace represents an international meeting place in the world of research in the field of metrology for aerospace involving national and international institutions and academia in a discussion on the state-of-the-art concerning issues that require a joint approach by experts of measurement instrumentation and industrial testing, typically professional engineers, and experts in innovation metrology, typically academics.
This 7th edition will keep pursuing the state of the art and practice started over the past years. Attention is paid, but not limited to, new technology for metrology-assisted production in aerospace industry, aircraft component measurement, sensors and associated signal conditioning for aerospace, and calibration methods for electronic test and measurement for aerospace.
The program is designed to raise the interest of a wide group of researchers, operators and decision-makers from metrology and aerospace fields, by presenting the most innovative solutions in this field from the scientific and technological point of view.
- Electronic instrumentation for aerospace
- Automatic test equipment for aerospace
- Sensors and sensor systems for aerospace applications
- Wireless sensor networks in aerospaceimeko
- Attitude and heading reference systems
- Monitoring systems in aerospace
- Metrology for navigation and precise positioning
- Sensors and Data Fusion Techniques for Avionics and Air Traffic Management
- Flight Testing Instrumentation and Flight Test Techniques
- Extended Abstract Submission Deadline - February 23, 2020
- Extended Abstract Acceptance Notification - March 30, 2020
- Final Paper Submission Deadline - April 30, 2020
6–10 July 2020 International radiation Symposium 2020
Dear friends and colleagues,
On behalf of the International Radiation Commission (IRC) of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS) and the Organizing Committee, we cordially invite you to attend the next quadrennial International Radiation Symposium (IRS), which will be held in Thessaloniki (Greece) from 6 to 10 July 2020. The symposium will be hosted in the Concert Hall Convention and Cultural Center located at the seafront of the city offering high quality conference facilities.
IRS 2020 will provide a comprehensive international forum for presenting and discussing recent research achievements and technological developments on atmospheric radiation and related topics covering a wide spectrum of topics. Internationally recognized senior scientists, young scientists, and students will have a unique opportunity to discuss hot scientific issues, exchange new ideas and establish far-reaching collaborations. Furthermore, companies involved in radiation instruments will have the opportunity to present their latest technological achievements and disseminate in over 400 participants their applications and products.
Thessaloniki offers excellent opportunities for a very attractive Symposium. It is a vivid city with 2300 years of history, with large educational and research establishments. It offers many cultural opportunities in the metropolitan area, in the suburbs, and in the region of Central Macedonia. Moreover, it is suitably located for short escapes for swimming at the magnificent beaches of Halkidiki. The local cuisine reflects the influences of the city’s history and its position on the Mediterranean waters. Enjoy the local gastronomy and wines at the numerous small taverns. Thessaloniki is easily accessible by direct flights from many European cities and by road from the neighboring countries. Hotel prices are very competitive for all categories and are generally below the average of major European cities.
The weather in July is warm, with an average temperature of 25 ºC (max 34 ºC) and 5% probability of rain showers.
The Symposium Chair