The impact of technology around instrumentation and measurements is hugely increasing the impact on human daily life as well as in nanotechnology issues. Further research and development are of very importance to tackle not only processes in nanotechnology, but also to expand the applications. Nanotechnology is not only a geometric problem, but it is a process for reaching difficult objectives with efficient possibilities compared to other ways. In this regard, this conference is a forum for discussions and exchange in the fields of instrumentation, measurements and nanotechnology, with a wide spectrum of cross-disciplines such as environment, optimization, artificial intelligence, power, energy and control. The scope of this event is not limited but expandable to applied interdisciplinary fields also.
This year, the institutional organizer is Universidad Panamericana (Mexico) in which the conference will be held. The forum is a joint technical event of IEEE Nanotechnology Council and members of the IEEE Instrumentation Measurement Society TC34.
Call for paper
Draft paper submission deadline：2018-08-24
Topics of submission
Track 1 – Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Track 2 – Power Electronics and Renewable Energy
Track 3 – Machines, Robotics and Control
Track 4 – Sensor Networks, Internet of Things and Smart Grid Technologies
Track 5 – Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems
Track 6 – Optoelectronics and Communications
Track 7 – Mathematical Modeling, Optimization and Simulation
Track 8 – Biomedical Engineering, Bio-Signals and Bio-Image Informatics
The following special issues are now open for contributions of extended versions of the accepted papers from NANOfIM 2018:
Sensors (IF: 2.677) – “Selected Papers from the NANOfIM 2018: 4th International Conference on Nanotechnology for Instrumentation and Measurement” (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors/special_issues/NANOfIM2018)
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (IF: 1.239) – “Special Collection on Artificial Intelligence for Sensor Networks” (http://journals.sagepub.com/page/dsn/collections/special-issues/artificial-intelligence)
We are welcome exceptional scientists to organize a workshop or symposium in NANOfIM 2018. Please contact Dr. Pengda Hong (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Hiram Ponce (email@example.com) in organizing details.
Helen Asemota, Diego Caratelli, Marco Carminati, Sergio Casciaro, Tamer Elzayyat, Ada Fort, Cindy Harnett, Pengda Hong (Secretary), Olfa Kanoun, Aimé Lay-Ekuakille (Chair), Hiram Ponce, Janusz Smulko, Shabana Urooj
International Program Committee:
Janusz Smulko, Rosario Morello, Octavian Postolache, Tong Sun, Diego Caratelli, Gregorio Andria, Ken TV Grattan, Catherine Dehollain, Salvo Baglio, Cindy Harnett, Tamer Elzayyat, Julian Oreggioni, José Henrique Galeti, Dante H. Mosca, Wei Zhao, Diomadson Belfort, Sebastian Catunda, Aldo De Carlo, Maria Sabrina Sarto, Vittorio Ferrari, Robert Krchnavek, Vittorio Passaro, Massimo De Vittorio, Bonex W. Mwakikunga, Xiaoning Jiang, Edward G. Perkins, Alessandro Massaro, Fabrizio Spano, Giuseppe Ciccarella, Antonio Paolo Carlucci, Anna Grazia Mignani, Jeff Tza-Huei Wang, Nam-Trung Nguyen, Rong Zhu, Ai-Qun Liu, Zhihong Li, Stas Polonsky, Che-Hsin Lin, Andrea Pullano, Steve Tung, Yuji Suzuki, Carmen Poon, Antonino Fiorillo, Adriana Passaseo, Francesco Giuseppe Della Corte, Lorenzo Vasanelli, Francesco Baldini, Giovanni De Micheli, Paola Prete, Francesca Lionetto, Antonio Greco, Heinrich Lang, Dietrich R. T. Zahn, Thomas Seyller
Jorge Brieva, Ernesto Moya, Lourdes Martínez, Elizabeth Morales
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