9th International Temperature Symposium
Los Angeles / Disneyland CA, USA – March 19-23, 2012
The 9th International Temperature Symposium will be held in March of 2012, in conjunction with the Measurement Science Conference 2012, along with a combined technology exhibition.
The detailed Call for Papers is published on the NIST website and is downloadable as a PDF file at: www.nist.gov/pml/process/thermometry/upload/ITS9_CallForPapers_rev4.pdf
A printable Poster for display purposes may also be downloaded at:
www.nist.gov/pml/process/thermometry/upload/ITS9_Poster_Nov-30_rev6.pdfThe International Temperature Symposia have taken place approximately every 10 years since 1919.
These Symposia provide opportunities for the presentation and publication of work related to the measurement and control of temperature, with topics ranging from fundamental research on temperature scales to practical measurement or control solutions in a variety of fields
Participants from both national and international temperature measurement communities in all sectors of industry and science are invited to The 9th International Temperature Symposium (ITS9).
All technical sessions will be held at the Disneyland Resort Hotel in Anaheim, California (USA) and co-located with the 2012 Measurement Science Conference (www.msc-conf.com).
Both Oral and Poster Sessions will be organized together with the combined technology exhibition.
The Symposium proceedings will be available as hard-bound volumes published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP)(www.aip.org) .
Please address general inquiries to email@example.com.
For inquiries on the technology exhibitions, please contact the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The participation in The 9th International Temperature Symposium offers a rare and valuable opportunity for a diverse groups of engineers and scientists to convene at one venue to review the progress in temperature measurement and control applications since the last Symposium in 2002 in Chicago, USA.
The presentations will be in both oral and poster sessions with opportunities to publish in a well known and archival-quality conference proceeding published by the American Institute of Physics (www.aip.org), “Temperature its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry”.
Greg Strouse, General Committee Chair, email@example.com
Wes Tew, International Program Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Howard Yoon, International Program Committee Vice Chair, email@example.com
Chris Meyer, Editor, Conference Proceedings , firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawn Cross, Conference Secretary, email@example.com
Conference Web Site (Active after January 3, 2011: www.its9.org)