Call for Papers to be Read at the Sensor, Opto, and IRS²

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AMA Conferences from 14 to 16 May 2013 in Nuremberg

Call for Papers to be Read at the Sensor, Opto, and IRS²
Call for Papers to be Read at the Sensor, Opto, and IRS²

Sensor and measuring technology fuels technical advancement and enables innovative developments in all industries. The foundation for this is the networking of research and development in industry and science. The AMA Conferences Sensor, Opto, and IRS² are traditionally considered to be networking platforms attracting a wide circle of international professionals, who deal with the latest research results in the various disciplines.
This call for papers addresses all such professionals that would like to present their developments at one of the three conferences. The presentations may be in the form of a lecture or poster and must be submitted in English before the 1st of October 2012.

Posted on August 14, 2012 - (441 views)
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