Call for Projects for the Instrumentation and Measurement Doctoral Symposium

The Instrumentation and Measurement Doctoral Symposium within the 2019 I2MTC provides a supportive setting in which PhD students can present and receive feedback on their research work. Students at different stages in their research will be able to articulate and discuss their problem statement, goals, methods, and results. The Doctoral Symposium also aims to provide students with useful guidance and suggestions on various aspects of their research from established international researchers. The Doctoral Symposium seeks to motivate students in the development of their scientific curiosity. Finally, the Doctoral Symposium also aims to facilitate students in networking within the research community and help them in establishing contacts for entering the job market. The Doctoral Symposium attendance is open to all 2019 I2MTC registrants.

Submission Instructions:
A PhD research project (max. 2 pages) within the scope of the conference as well as full contact information of the PhD student (including affiliation, address and e-mail) must be submitted electronically via EDAS in the Doctoral Symposium track. Each accepted project will be concisely presented by the author during the Doctoral Symposium. After their presentations, the PhD students can interact with the audience. Accepted projects will not be included in the proceedings and will not appear in IEEE Xplore. The PhD students of accepted projects must register at the conference and pay the due registration fee.

Important Dates:
Project Submission Deadline: 18 March 2019
Project Acceptance Notification: 22 March 2019
Conference Registration Deadline: 29 March 2019

For more information contact:
Fabio Scotti, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy