2024 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
Metrology for AeroSpace
JUNE 3-5, 2024
Since the first edition, IEEE 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 11th 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.
The Program Committee is inviting Extended Abstracts (from 4 to 5 pages) for the IEEE MetroAeroSpace 2024 Workshop.
Interested researchers, academics, practitioners and industry partners are invited to submit extended abstracts for the Workshop. Papers that involve joint authorship with students, industry and community partners are encouraged. Early career researchers and research students are also encouraged to contribute papers.
All contributions will be peer-reviewed and acceptance will be based on quality, originality and relevance. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Extended versions of presented papers are eligible for post publication.
SPECIAL SESSION PROPOSAL DEADLINE
Special sessions have the main aim of creating a mini-workshop on a specific topic, where researchers working on the same argument can make knowledge, familiarize, exchange ideas, create cooperation.
Special Sessions are being developed by designated chairs.
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