September 14 - 16, 2020
24th IMEKO TC4 International Symposium
22nd International Workshop on ADC and DAC Modelling and Testing
IMEKO TC-4 2020
On behalf of the Organizing Programme Committee, it is a great pleasure to invite you to the 24th IMEKO TC4 International Symposium and 22nd International Workshop on ADC and DAC Modelling and Testing (IWADC) that will be held in Palermo, Italy on September 14-16, 2020. Contributions from all research communities working in the field of measurements or in appropriate fields are welcomed to join the symposium.
The main interest of Technical Committee 4 of International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO TC4) is related with theoretical and practical aspects of the measurement of electrical quantities by electronic instruments. TC4 provides a forum for the dissemination of ideas about electrical and electronic measuring techniques and principles of implementation of information and communication technology for the measurement and enhancement of the accuracy.
We invite you to submit a paper not less than 4 pages in English through this official website. All papers shall be peer-reviewed by the Technical Program Committee and those accepted shall be assigned for either oral or poster presentation. The accepted papers will be published in Symposium Proceedings and indexed by EI. Improved versions of a very significant number of presented papers will be considered for publication in Special Issues.
The organizers expect this event to provide participants with an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and information about their research findings, to refresh personal contacts and to establish new ones.
Special Session Proposal Deadline
Palermo, the regional capital of Sicily, is one of those cities with a very distinct, almost tangible atmosphere, a place of mystery, where reality often outperforms the traveller’s imagination and preconceived stereotypes.
Its strategic position at the heart of the Mediterranean brought wave upon wave of invaders, including the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs, the Normans, the Swabians, the French, the Aragonese and the Bourbons just to name the most influential. The result of this quilted history is evident today in the vast range of architectural styles, the intriguing fusion of ingredients used in many local dishes, and in the many place names whose etymology bypasses Italian linguistic traditions.
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.