Conference Program

 

The SMSI 2021 – Sensor and Measurement Science International Conference – will be taking place as completely digital Conference.

 

Out of more than 160 short papers and some interesting suggestions for special sessions from 13 countries the General Chairs together with the Conference Committee have prepared a first draft  of the SMSI 2021 Conference Program.

 

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The registration form is available at:

 

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The following plenary speakers have confirmed their attendance:

 

Kaiser Foto klein

 

Dr. Ulrich Kaiser, Director Technology/Corporate Marketing, Endress+Hauser Group Services AG (CH)

 

Goldstein Barbara Foto klein

 

Dr. Barbara Goldstein, Head of the "NIST-on-a-chip Project", NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA)

 

Koch Foto klein

 

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Koch, Chief Scientist FKIE and Head Sensor Data and Information Fusion, Fraunhofer FKIE and University of Bonn (DE)

 

Machin Graham Photo klein 

Prof. Graham Machin, NPL Fellow, Head, Temperature Standards, NPL - National Physical Laboratory (UK)

 

Ullrich Foto klein

 

Prof. Dr. Joachim Ullrich, President of PTB – Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (DE)

 

Fisher Willian Klein 

William P. Fisher, Jr., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (USA)

Hendricks Jay Foto klein 

Dr. Jay Hendricks, world-leading expert in low pressure and vacuum metrology, NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA)

 

 Maedler Foto klein


Prof. Dr. Lutz Mädler
, Director Process & Chemical Engineering, IWT - Leibniz-Institute for Materials Engineering, and Head of Particle and Process Engineering, University of Bremen (DE)

Maletinsky P Portrait
 

Prof. Dr. Patrick Maletinsky, Associate Professor, Department of Physics - Quantum Sensing Lab, University of Basel (CH)

 

 

 

 

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