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EnvImeko 2017 : IMEKO TC19 Symposium on Environmental Instrumentation and Measurements

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Link: http://imeko.robotica-up.org/
 
When Aug 3, 2017 - Aug 4, 2017
Where Aguascalientes, Mexico
Submission Deadline Apr 21, 2017
Notification Due May 22, 2017
Final Version Due Jun 2, 2017
Categories    environmental   measurement   sensors   pollution
 

Call For Papers


The 7th Symposium on Environmental Instrumentation and Measurements will take place at Universidad Panamericana in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Under the slogan "Nano systems & analytical nuclear measurements for pollution detection, energy sourcing, bio-sports functionalities, environment/human health and sustainable agro-biotechnology" researchers from all over the world will get together in beautiful Central Mexico to discuss about innovations and improvements on environmental data acquisition, monitoring and analysis. The latest evolutions in the pollution of air and water or the global warming challenge scientists to work on new methods to be able to detect and react to the current conditions.

Authors are invited to submit a full manuscript (4-6 pages including references) for oral/poster presentation. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

• Analytical measurements of the three main environmental media: water and/or liquids, air and/or gases, soil and/or solids
• Analytical measurements of other environmental matrices dealing with issues such as human, plant, animal and synthetic products
• Instrumental methods for the measurement of environmental noise and vibration pollution
• Development and improvement of analytical methods for measuring environmental pollutants
• Development of new analytical methods, sensors and instruments for monitoring of air, water and soil quality in residential, industrial, as well as, agricultural areas
• Development and improvement of remote sensing methods for measuring environmental pollution
• Development of new platforms (airborne-based and ground-based systems) and image processing techniques for detection of potential sources of contamination and monitoring of air, water and earth quality
• Development of Geographic Information Systems to perform spatial analysis of remote sensing-based and ground-based environmental assessment
• Evaluation and assessment of environmental data
• Quality assurance and quality control of environmental measurements
• Cloud computing and signal processing
• Sensors, networks of sensors and devices
• High performance computing for extreme events and climate changes
• Environmental bio-monitoring
• Metrology and characterization
• Automatic measurement systems
• Expert and decision making systems
• Environmental meteorology

Expanded and improved papers of the version published in the symposium proceedings are eligible for post-publication in international reputed journals (ACTA Imeko; Measurement - Elsevier, International Journal of Measurement Technologies and Instrumentation Engineering; IET Science Measurement Technology) and book series.

Please visit: http://imeko.robotica-up.org/

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