The next International Metrology Congress will be held from 28 to 30 September 2021 in Paris, France in partnership with the Measurement World Show. The Congress is a showcase for industrial best practices and advances in R&D dedicated to measurements, analysis and testing processes.
During the technical sessions, experts from academy and industry will present the state-of-the-art knowledge and recent advances in various technical fields and but also data including AI, statistics, quantum technologies and their implication in the key applications in the measurement process.
The audience is composed of 1000 participants from 45 different countries comprising 70% end-users from all industry sectors and laboratories and 30% organisations, academics and researchers.
The topics developed during the round table sessions will include:
- Metrology in the digital age
- The role of Metrology and Quality infrastructures in the transition to Industry 4.0
- Shopfloor measurement challenges
- Industry emissions: metrology support to achieve the new requirements
- New skills for the future metrologists
Uncertainties, traceability, cost optimisation, certification, standardisation, conformity and risks for measurement, analysis and testing processes
Techniques and best practices for mass, force, flow, pressure, dimension, electricity, time-frequency, temperature, hygrometry, optics and photonics, ionising radiation, chemical measures, biological measures
New technologies, smart sensors, IIOT data qualification, analysis and security quantum technology, AI, blockchain jobs evolution, recruitment
The Call for papers for the 2021 congress is open until 15 January 2021 with submissions online.
For more information: www.cim2021.com