The 13th international conference on measurement science, technologies and devices will be held from 17 to 19 May, 2021 in the Smolenice castle situated in Small Carpathian Mountains near Bratislava, Slovakia. The main topics of the conference will cover three areas: theoretical problems of measurement, measurement of physical quantities and measurement in biology and medicine. Conference proceedings (in the electronic form) will be available at the time of the conference. The proceedings will be submitted to IEEE Explore, Scopus and WoS. Authors of selected papers will be invited to publish their manuscript in extended form in the impacted on-line journal Measurement Science Review published by Sciendo, de Gruyter company and indexed in Current Contents Connect, Web of Science, Thomson Scientific SSCI, Scopus, EBSCO and several other databases.
In case of unfavourable epidemiological situation, the conference will be held online or in a hybrid way (mixed online and live). In both cases the conference proceedings will be published as usual.
• theory of measurement
• mathematical processing of measured data
• uncertainty in measurement
• statistical methods in data evaluation and modeling
• causality in measured time series
• image and signal processing techniques in measurement
• metrology and applications
• measurement of basic physical quantities
• magnetic and electric fields measurements
• measurement in material science
• measurement of geometrical and mechanical quantities
• measurement in electromagnetic compatibility
• imaging measuring methods
• correlated multimodal measurements
• measurement in nanotechnology
• bioelectric and biomagnetic fields measurement
• biosignal measurement, processing and analysis
• medical imaging, image processing and technologies
• model based biomeasurements
• neural networks in biomeasurement
• telemeasurement in biomedicine
• nanomeasurement in medicine
Will be updated/announced after 20th December
See Call for Special Sessions
In 2019 the conference hosted "Special sessions" which were specialized in the following selected research topics:
In 2021 we would like to continue with this trend and offer the conference attendees an opportunity to promote their research themes. Therefore, we would like to announce a call for Special sessions, the proposals will be evaluated and approved by the International Program Committee.
In order for a Special session proposal to be considered, it should identify a theme and at least three presenters. If selected, their presentations will be officially invited.
The list of the selected Special sessions will be included in the 2nd announcement. Therefore, other participants can join the Special session if their topic fits the theme of the session. A session will consist of up to six presentations.
When proposing the Special session, please use the following format:
Names, email addresses, affiliation and short biographies (500 characters) of the organisers who are expected to have a PhD degree.
Title of the session, the aim of the session, a list of proposed invited speakers who agreed to have an oral presentation at the conference. The Special session participants should submit in time a 4-pages abstract which will be reviewed like any other conference submission.
Please, send the proposals by email to Measurement2021@savba.sk no later than 30th November 2020. The organisers of the selected sessions will be notified before 20th December 2020.
|November 30, 2020||Deadline for Special sessions proposals|
|January 15, 2021||Registration opening
Paper submission opening
|March 5, 2021||Paper submission deadline (.doc, .docx or .tex, max. 4 pages, 5 MB)|
|April 2, 2021||Notification of acceptance
|April 20, 2021||Deadline for:
- guaranteed accommodation,
- early registration rates,
- submission of corrected papers,
- registration with published paper
|May 17 - 19, 2021||Conference|
The 13th International Conference on Measurement will be held in the Congress Center of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in the Smolenice castle situated in Little Carpathians about 60 km from Bratislava (GPS: N48.51359, E17.43232). See the global map and overview map to locate Smolenice relative to the cities Vienna, Bratislava and Trnava or the local map to see the vicinity of the conference center with bus stops and railway station in Smolenice. You can view short movie or presentation about Smolenice and surrounding (with Slovak comments).
The original Smolenice castle was rebuilt at the beginning of the previous century in romantic style. Now, after a large renovation it offers full comfort in several well equipped conference rooms including videoconferencing or wireless network connection. Accommodation is in suites, single, double or more-bed rooms, all with their own bathrooms. Participants can rest in the quiet corners of the castle or in its garden or can walk in nice parks surrounding the castle. Additional information about the castle is available (in Slovak) at www.vitajtevtrnave.sk.
Special free conference bus will be offered for transportation between Bratislava and Smolenice before and after the conference. Accommodation and meals will be offered directly in the Smolenice castle. For more information on the conference see information on this web page or download the conference leaflet or the
Director of Institute of Measurement Science
B. Antić, Serbia
I. Bajla, Slovakia
M. Bittera, Slovakia
V. Boháč, Slovakia
K. De Buysser, Belgium
E. Cocherová, Slovakia
I. Frollo, Slovakia
R. Harťanský, Slovakia
Y. V. Chugui, Russia
A. Chunovkina, Russia
P. Jurák, Czech Republic
B. Kessel, Germany
G. Kozmann, Hungary
R. Köning, Germany
I.C. Lira, Chile
J. Markovič, Slovakia
K. Meigas, Estonia
V. Mlynarik, Austria
V. Novickij, Lithuania
M. Paluš, Czech Republic
K. Roubík, Czech Republic
Y. Serinagaoglu, Turkey
M. Soleimani, UK
Z. Starčuk, Czech Republic
M. Štork, Czech Republic
S. Takayama, Japan
M. Tarata, Romania
P. Tino, UK
D. Tyler, UK
M. Tyšler, Slovakia
J. Volaufova, USA
G. Wimmer, Slovakia
V. Witkovský, Slovakia
A. Woźniak, Poland
Late registration fees after April 20, 2021 will be increased by 50 €.