12th International Conference on Sensing Technology 2018
We welcome your participation in the 12th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST 2018). This conference will be held in Limerick, Ireland on the 3rd to the 6th December 2018.
|Original Manuscript Submission: 30th June|
|Acceptance Notification: 30th August|
|Camera Ready Submission/Early Registration: 30th September|
|Special Issue of Selected Papers from ICST 2018 in Sensors
Deadline: 30th May 2019
This event will be the 12th conference of the series and after the successful ICST 2017 in Sydney, Australia, We hope to see you all again and of course to welcome new colleagues to Limerick, Ireland in December 2018.
Tom Newe & Subhas Mukhopadhyay
Co-Chairs of ICST 2018
Authors are invited to submit papers which includes or relates to this broad range of topics. This year there will be Best Paper Awards sponsored by Sensors (MDPI Open Access Journal), which will be presented to authors whose work represents innovative research in their respective areas.
|Research Paper Topics|
|Vision Sensing||Wireless Sensors and WSN|
|Sensors Signal Processing||Body Area Network|
|Sensors and Actuators||Internet of Things (IoT)|
|Sensors Phenomena and Modelling||Security and Reliability of WSN|
|Sensor Characterization||Optical Sensors|
|Smart Sensors and Sensor Fusion||Lab-on chip|
|Electromagnetic Sensors||Sensor Arrays|
|Chemical and Gas Sensors||Intelligent sensing|
|Electronic Nose Technology||Online monitoring|
|Biological Sensors||Applications of Sensors|
|Electro-optic Sensors and Systems||Solid State Sensors|
|Mechanical sensors||Sensors for high energy physics applications|
|Nano Sensors||Internet-based and other Remote Data Acquisition|
|Acoustic, Noise and Vibration Sensors||Education using sensors|
Technical sponsorship is provided by the IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society and proceedings will be submitted to the Xplore Digital Library.
Special Issue: “Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference on Sensing Technology” will be published by The open access journal Sensors. Click Here for Details.
The conference is organised by Dr Thomas Newe of the Centre for Robotics & Intelligent Systems and the Optical Fibre Sensors Research Centres in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, in the University of Limerick.
Download ICST 2018 Information Leaflet Here
See What UL has to offer Here
The Details and Link for registration will appear in mid 2018
30th Sept to 30th Oct 2018
|After 30th October 2018|
|IEEE Member||Non Member||IEEE Member||Non Member|
|Extra Conference Dinner ticket||€TBA|
The riverside city of Limerick is located in the heart of the Mid-West of Ireland on the picturesque River Shannon. Conquered by the Vikings in the 9th century, modern Limerick is a bustling and vibrant city with a historic city centre. Ancient buildings such as King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral sit alongside beautiful Georgian architecture and are juxtaposed with modern architecture to provide a city of contrasts.
The city has a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as museums, art galleries and theatres. Limerick is known for its sporting prowess, and its passion for sports such as rugby and the traditional Irish game of Hurling (the fastest field game in the world).
Ireland is known for its warm and friendly welcome, and Limerick is no exception to this rule. We hope to offer the delegates of ICST 2018 the traditional Irish welcome.
The conference will be held on the campus of the University of Limerick, located on the outskirts of Limerick City. The University has a beautiful riverside Campus of over 133 hectares with the majestic River Shannon at its centre.
ICST 2018 will be held in the
Kemmy Business School, on the campus of the University of Limerick
We are delighted to announce that Professor Tong Sun of City University, London and Professor Izzet Kale of The University of Westminister will be delivering keynote addresses at ICST 2018.
Professor Tong Sun
Professor of Sensor Engineering,
City University, London, UK. (Link)
Prof. Sun is the Director of the Research Centre of Sensors and Instrumentation and is leading a research team focused on developing a range of optical fibre sensors for a variety of industrial applications, including structural condition monitoring, early fire detection, homeland security, process monitoring, food quality and environmental monitoring. She has been working closely with partners across disciplines from academia and industry, both in the UK and overseas.
Prof. Sun is a member of the Institute of Physics and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Physicist and a Chartered Engineer in the United Kingdom. She has authored or co-authored some 230 scientific and technical papers.
Professor Izzet Kale
Head of Department of Engineering
Director of The Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group
in University of Westminister, London, UK. (Link)
Prof. Kale is a Professor of Applied DSP and VLSI Systems in the University of Westminister, London. He is the Director of the Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group in the University of Westminister and he is the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Chapter Contact for The UK/Republic of Ireland Section Chapter, IM09.