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2023 IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON

Metrology for Automotive



JUNE 28-30, 2023

MODENA, ITALY


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IMPORTANT DATES

SPECIAL SESSION PROPOSAL DEADLINE
  • December 15, 2022
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE
  • February 28, 2023
EXTENDED ABSTRACT ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION
  • April 15, 2023
FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE
  • May 15, 2023

WORKSHOP TOPICS

  • Electronic instrumentation for automotive
  • Automatic test equipment for automotive
  • Sensors and sensor systems for automotive applications
  • Wireless sensor networks in automotive
  • Automotive instrumentation and telematics
  • Diagnostics
  • Standards for automotive instrumentation
  • AI techniques in automotive applications
  • Legal and ethical implications of metrology in the future automotive field
  • Thermal and mechanical instrumentation and measurement for automotive
  • Experimental combustion analysis in internal combustion engines
  • Virtual and innovative sensors development and validation
  • Data-driven and AI-based control system development
  • Calibration and mapping of Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
  • Hardware-in-the-loop testing
  • Engine performance cells and test rigs development and calibration
  • Pollutant emission measurements and on-board monitoring in automotive
  • NVH measurements and instrumentation

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.

MODENA, ITALY

With a population of 180,000, Modena is a city where you can enjoy the good life, whether it is through beautiful music, fine cuisine, or the high speed of a sports car. Ferrari and Maserati can often be seen gliding down the roads of Modena and its surroundings – this is the area where the two legendary car makers are based.
After the Second World War, the area was economically depressed and there was very little industry. Within the space of only fifty years, the city and the province are now acclaimed throughout the world for their flourishing and prosperous industrial districts and their cultural events and gastronomy.

Modena is also rich in architectural treasures such as the Ghirlandina Tower, the Cathedral and Piazza Grande, which was added to the World Heritage list by UNESCO in 1997.

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