Upcoming MDPI Conferences (1)
20–22 June 2022 9th International Symposium on Sensor Science - I3S 2022
It is with great pleasure that we announce the 9th International Symposium on Sensor Science, to be held in Warsaw, Poland, from 20 to 22 June 2022.
Sensor technology has been shown to be suitable for applications in many important fields, including industrial applications, security medical diagnostics, and environmental monitoring. This international conference, supported by the Photonics Society of Poland, Warsaw University of Technology as well MDPI Sensors, will bring together scientists from different areas to discuss important recent developments in sensor technology. It will represent a great opportunity for an in-person meeting of an interdisciplinary community aiming to discuss important breakthroughs in sensor technology and its related fields.
The main topics of the conference include:
- Chemical sensors;
- Physical sensors;
- Optical/photonic sensors;
- Sensor applications;
- Specialty optical fibers for sensing;
- Materials, microfluidics, configurations and strategies for sensing;
- Distributed sensing in optical fibers;
- Amorphous materials for sensor applications.
We look forward to your participation in this exciting event.
Dr. Piotr Lesiak, Prof. Tomasz Woliński, Prof. Leszek Jaroszewicz
I3S2022 Conference Chairs
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Upcoming Partner Conferences (7)
7–9 June 2022 6th Satellite Soil Moisture Validation and Application Workshop
The purpose of the 6th Satellite Soil Moisture and Application Workshop is to discuss and reconcile recent methodological advances in the development, validation, and application of global satellite soil moisture observations.
The workshop series is unique as it brings together satellite soil moisture users and developers with the aim of deriving and exploiting soil moisture from passive and active microwave satellite missions/sensors (SMAP, SMOS, ASCAT, AMRS-2, Sentinel-1, and other legacy missions) as well as optical instruments (e.g., MODIS, Sentinel-2, and others).
The following research questions will be addressed during the 6th workshop:
– What is the current quality of satellite soil moisture products, and what will be the target in the near future?
– Who is using satellite soil moisture observations and for what purposes?
– What are the user’s requirements for a better exploitation of the products, and what are the main limitations that should be overcome?
– What is the future of the remote sensing of soil moisture in terms of new missions and new products?
The 6th workshop follows those held at the European Space Agency in Frascati (Italy, in 2013), at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences in Amsterdam (the Netherlands, in 2014), at the Millenium Broadway Hotel in New York (USA, in 2016), at the Vienna University of Technology (Austria, in 2017), and at George Mason University (USA, in 2018).
The workshop’s opening on the first day (7 June) will take place in the Sala dei Notari, a majestic medieval room of Palazzo dei Priori in the historic center of the city.
The following days will take place at the Sina Brufani, a historic hotel near Corso Vannucci.
20–25 June 2022 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
Commission on Maps and the Internet, Chaired by Otakar Čerba
The Proceedings will be submitted for indexing in Web of Science.
22–28 August 2022 Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) Conference 2022
FOSS4G is an event which takes place every year in a different country around the world, and it covers mainly topics of free and open-source GIS software and geographical open data. It is a big opportunity for the geospatial world community to meet and share experiences with researchers, public administrators, and industries.
FOSS4G 2022 will be a hybrid event in the field of geospatial open-source software—after two years, it will finally be possible to meet again in person. The conference will be held in the beautiful city of Firenze from 22 to 28 August 2022 in the spaces of the Fiera and the University of Florence.
The talks in the conference cover mainly this topics:
- Software status, new software/project development, benchmarking
- FOSS4G implementations in strategic application domains: land management, crisis/disaster response, smart cities, population mapping, climate change, ocean and marine monitoring, etc.
- Data visualization: spatial analysis, manipulation and visualization of geospatial data
- Data collection, data sharing, data science, open data, big data, data exploitation platforms
- Sensors, remote sensing, laser-scanning, structure from motion
- New trends: IoT, Indoor mapping, drones - UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle)-, Artificial intelligence - machine learning, deep learning-, geospatial data structures
- Open and reproducible science
- Standards, interoperability, SDIs
- Community & participatory FOSS4G
- FOSS4G at governmental institutions
- FOSS4G in education
- Business products powered by FOSS4G
25–27 August 2022 International Conference on SMART MULTIMEDIA 2022
Smart Multimedia is a focused forum that aims to promote the exchange of information on the latest advances in multimedia technologies, systems, and applications from research, development, and industrial perspectives. In addition to an in-person meeting, due to pandemic travel restrictions we will be hosting some virtual presentations and opportunities for participation. Virtual attendees will receive a discount on the registration rate. If you need an invitation letter for your Visa, please send an email to [email protected].
Authors are invited to submit a full paper (12-15 pages in Springer format) according to the guidelines available on the conference website at www.SmartMultimedia.org. For short/industrial papers, 8-11 pages in Springer format will be needed. Page limits may be extended by the Program Chairs based on special requests. Electronic submissions are required. An option for submitting extended abstracts instead of full final versions for review will be posted on the conference website.
Indexing: Proceedings will be made available on the following indexing services: ISI & Science (CPCI-S), EI Engineering Index, ACM Digital Library, DBLP, Google Scholar, IO-Port, MathSciNet, Scopus, and Zentralblatt MATH.P
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Speech, audio, image, video, text, pattern, signal, and location-based media processing;
• Smart mechatronics, including active mechatronics;
• HCI and virtual and augmented reality;
• Intelligent manufacturing (Industry 4.0) and intelligent surveillance;
• Multimedia coding, retargeting, and transmission;
• Haptic intelligence;
• Multimedia in medicine;
• Automation in surgery;
• 3D imaging, visualization, animation, virtual reality, and 3DTV;
• Classification, clustering, and machine learning for multimedia;
• Smart (including self-driving) cars and smart homes;
• Multimedia and social sciences, art, entertainment, culture, education, and healthcare;
• Multi-modal integration, human–machine interaction, and human factors;
• Multimedia communication, networking, and mobility;
• Multimedia vision, security, content protection, and forensics;
• Multimedia databases, digital libraries, and social media;
• Multimedia applications, services, interfaces, devices, sensors, and systems;
• Content analysis, matching, and retrieval;
• Multimedia standards, trends, and surveys;
• Multimedia quality assessment, metrics, and studies.
The conference will feature high-quality limited-track oral and poster presentations. Several awards sponsored by industry and institutions will be given out. Accepted papers must be presented in person at the conference by one of the authors, else they will not be included in the proceedings. Extensions or work related to conference papers will be sought for Special Issues of selected journals. The proceedings will be published by Springer. In addition, authors of accepted papers may submit related or extended work with considerable amounts of new material to Special Issues in ACM Transactions on Multimedia (TOMM) or Remote Sensing (Impact Factor 4.848).
21–23 September 2022 8th International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances (SEIA’ 2022)
Corfu Holiday Palace, Corfu, Greece
The 8th Annual International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances (SEIA’ 2022) is a forum for the presentation, discussion, and exchange of information and the latest results of research and development within both the theoretical and experimental research of sensors, transducers, and their related fields, including artificial-intelligence-based sensors and sensor systems. It will bring together researchers, developers, and practitioners from diverse fields, including international scientists and engineers from academia, research institutes, and diverse companies to present and discuss the latest results in the field of sensors and measurements.
The SEIA conference is focused on any significant breakthroughs and innovations broadly covered by the areas of sensors, electronics, measuring instrumentation, and transducer engineering advances, along with their applications. The main aim of the SEIA conference is to foster discovery of solutions which are able to withstand the challenges and restraining factors that are encountered.
Topics of interest for submission include but are not limited to the following:
Sensors and sensing technology:
- Mechanical sensors
- Optical sensors
- Optical fiber sensors
- Photonic sensors
- Chemical sensors
- Temperature sensors
- Pressure sensors
- Acoustic sensors
- Electromagnetic sensors
- Gas sensors
- Humidity sensors
- Infrared sensors, devices, and thermography
- Radiation sensors
- Multisensor fusion
- Smart sensors
- Intelligent sensors
- Artificial-intelligence-based sensors and sensor systems
- Virtual sensors
- Sensor interfacing and signal conditioning
- Sensor calibration
- Nanomaterials and electronics technology for sensors
- Semiconductor materials for sensors
- Polymer materials for sensors
- MEMS and NEMS
- Quantum sensors
- Remote sensors and telemetry
- Sensor applications
Sensor instrumentation and measuring technology:
- Metrology and measurement science
- Methods of measurements
- Calibrations and standards
- Measurement of electrical quantities
- Time and frequency measurements
- Measurement of force, mass, torque, inclination, and acceleration
- Magnetic measurements
- Hardness measurements
- Measurement of geometrical quantities
- Temperature and thermal measurements
- Pressure and vacuum measurements
- Vibration and noise measurement
- Flow measurements
- Chemical measurements
- Quantum measurements and photonics
- Acoustics and the ultrasonic measurements
- Environmental measurements
- Power and energy measurements
- Measurement of human functions
- Measurements in biology and medicine
- Mathematical tools for measurements
- Optical and radiation measurements
- Microwave measurements
- Virtual instruments and data acquisition systems
- Soft measurements
- Measurement systems
- Distributed measurements
- Analog-to-digital converters, digital and mixed signal processing
- Waveform analysis and measurements
- Scientific and industrial instrumentation
- Cyberphysical systems and the IoT
- Experimental mechanics
- Measurement in robotics
- Metrology in food and nutrition
- Intelligent and computer vision instruments
- Reliability of instrument and measurement systems
- Technical diagnostics and testing
- Nondestructive testing
- Education and training in measurement and instrumentation
- Stretchable temperature sensors
- Nondestructive testing
3–5 October 2022 2022 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for The Sea
MetroSea aims to gather people who work in developing instrumentation and measurement methods for the sea. Attention is focused on, but not limited to, new technology for sea environment monitoring, metrology-assisted production in the sea industry, ship component measurement, sensors and associated signal conditioning for the sea, and calibration methods for electronic test and measurement for marine applications.
Conference Date: 3–5 October 2022
Conference Location: Milazzo (Messina), Italy
Special Session Proposal Deadline: 30 March 2022
Extended Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 May 2022
Extended Abstract Acceptance Notification: 24 July 2022
Final Paper Submission Deadline: 31 August 2022
For further information, contact [email protected] with the subject “2022 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON METROLOGY FOR THE SEA”.
A full program of the conference is available at:
6–8 December 2022 2nd EAGE/SEG Workshop on Geophysical Aspects of Smart Cities
Cities around the world, and especially in Asia, strive to transform urban work and life, utilizing the ongoing digital revolution. Challenges to embrace digital transformation, however, are significant. With limited land, innovations are required continuously to improve the urban living environment for safer, more sustainable, and more livable conditions. The limited space also challenges urban transportation designers to provide more efficient, more reliable, and enhanced solutions. In both domains, geophysics has the ability to provide essential knowledge at the planning stage, real-time performance monitoring, and life cycle management. Bridging the gap between geophysics, civil engineering, and digital informatics provides the framework to guide project owners and local authorities to develop specific strategies for building a Smart City/Smart Nation.
The goal of this workshop is to influence the smart city practice in highly developed cities in Asia and around the world. After a first successful edition in Singapore in 2019, we are now taking the event to Hong Kong. The main aim of the workshop is to demonstrate and discuss lessons learned and progress in geophysical techniques in smart city applications and methods, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary efforts with civil engineering and digital technologies. Hardware sensor development, remote sensing application, data analytics, and social and environmental impacts of technologies will be covered.
- Geophysical methods for urban activity monitoring
- Geophysical value of information and its integration in smart city data management
- In-tunnel look ahead geophysical mapping and monitoring to detect obstructions and voids
- Integration of carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration into smart cities development
- Natural hazard monitoring
- Non-destructive assessment of infrastructure
- Open data access for future machine learning and artificial intelligence applications development
- Passive seismic methods in urban environments
- Process monitoring of underground construction
- Role of geophysical methods for land reclamation
- Smart infrastructure
- Use of distributed acoustics system in smart cities applications
- Smart energy/sustainable development
- Case studies/others
Abstract Submission Deadline 30 April 2022
Online Registration Deadline 6 December 2022
Full program of the conference is available here: