The success story of the scientific conferences in the area of sensor and measuring technology in conjunction with the SENSOR+TEST goes back over thirty years. From the 22 to the 25 of June, 2020, the next step is being taken with the SMSI 2020 – Sensor and Measurement Science International. Researchers, developers, and specialists from all over the world especially appreciate the symbiosis with the parallel trade fair at which they can continue the innovation dialog.
The worldwide leading forum for sensor, measuring, and testing technology, SENSOR+TEST (www.sensor-test.com) has been accompanied for many years by diverse, first-rate conferences. Examples are the AMA Conferences SENSOR and IRS2, the Fachtagung Sensoren und Messsysteme-, as well as the ettc, the European Test and Telemetry Conference.
Besides the exciting talks on research and development, what the many participants appreciate is the proximity to the parallel trade fair. This is where they can see and experience important novelties and developments at live demonstrations, have an innovation dialog with the experts, and initiate new partnerships.
2020 is a very special year for the SENSOR+TEST (23 – 25 June 2020), as it is accompanied by a new first-rate congress: the SMSI, the Sensor and Measurement Science International Conference.
It celebrates its premiere on the day before the fair (22 June 2020), commencing with tutorials, the opening ceremony with the presentation of the AMA Innovation Award, and the initial networking of the participants. Subsequently (23 – 25 June 2020) there will be three blocks of topics: “Sensors and Instrumentation”, “Measurement Science”, “System of Units, and Metrological Infrastructure”.
The new format packs quite a punch: It links national and international representatives from research, science, industry, and governmental institutions. The SMSI Conference provides a platform for the exchange of the latest research results. Suppliers and users can obtain well-founded insights which they can subsequently discuss at the SENSOR+TEST only a few steps away in Halls 1, 2, and 3C with exhibitors.
“With the SMSI Conference, the SENSOR+TEST will not only continue its success alongside its conferences, together with partners from industry and science as well as national and international measurement institutes, it will rise to one of the world’s most scientific and leading events,” according to Prof. Dr. Gerald Gerlach, chairman of the Conference Committee.
Interested authors and scientists can submit their contributions under
www.smsi-conference.com/call-for-papers until 31 January 2020.
Detailed information on the SMSI can be obtained at