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2023 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON

Metrology for the Sea


OCTOBER 04-06, 2023

MALTA


PROMOTED BY

AES
AES
IMS
AES
sensors_ita
ims_italy
IMS
AES
sensors_ita

IMPORTANT DATES

SPECIAL SESSION PROPOSAL DEADLINE
  • February 28, 2022
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE
  • May 31, 2023
EXTENDED ABSTRACT ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION
  • June 30, 2023
FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE
  • July 31, 2023

WORKSHOP TOPICS

  • Electronic instrumentation for the sea;
  • Automatic test equipment for the sea;
  • Sensors and sensor sensing systems for sea applications;
  • Wireless sensor networks for marine applications;
  • Monitoring systems for the sea;
  • Measures for Oceanography;
  • Metrology for navigation and precise positioning;
  • Measurements for submarine obstacle detection;
  • Underwater vehicle for exploration;
  • Pollution detection for reclamation;
  • Submarine infrastructure maintenance and reliability;
  • Signal and image processing;
  • Metrology and quality assurance for submarine soldering;
  • Weather forecasting and nowcasting for maritime navigation;
  • Measures for Marine Biology;
  • Measures for Coastal and Marine Geology.

SPECIAL SESSIONS

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.

MALTA

Malta is currently home to three UNESCO world heritage sites. The old town center of Valletta is one of these sites.

The Maltese republic consists of multiple islands. Malta is the longest one of these islands, with a lenght of 27 kilometers. The island state is made up of the three inhabited islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino. Comino and Gozo are beautiful islands and worth visiting. You can find the famous Blue Lagoon on Comino. You can find the spot where the "Azure Window" used to stand on Gozo.

Founded in 1566, Valletta is Malta’s capital city and is one of Europe’s smallest (and southern-most) capital cities, with many buildings having a strong Baroque character.

WITH THE PATRONAGE OF

AFCEA
GMEE
GMMT