24 – 26 June 2014 | No. 11 Cavendish Square, London, UK
Abstract submission deadline
Notification of abstract acceptance
Submission of full papers
Notification of full paper acceptance
PowerPoint presentation deadline
With any queries relating to the programme or how you might get involved in the conference contact the Event Producer, Tanya Spencer
For any queries relating to the call for paper process, please contact the Event Executive, Winnie Dehaney Foster
Call for papers
The IET, working in partnership with the International Society of Automation (ISA), is bringing the hugely successful IIS conference to the UK for the first time in its history.
The packed programme at this prestigious conference will address technologies, techniques and principles around instrumentation and process measurement and control through technical presentations and additional workshops.
The event will feature sessions around turbine engine measurements, sensors and transducers, phosphors and wireless and automated systems bringing together both industry and academia in one forum and giving attendees a great platform to learn and share knowledge.
The exhibition will offer a host of networking opportunities with the advantage of connecting with peers and colleagues in a professional environment.
The ISA are bringing three of their popular one day tutorials to the UK as part of the programme.
All will run on Tuesday 24 June.
For more information and to choose the tutorial you’d like to attend please visit the tutorial page.
IIS 2014 offers superb opportunities to raise the profile of your company and boost you exposure within the industry. For more details please contact:
Sponsorship Sales Executive
Tel: +44 (0)1438 765 676
Registration is now open!
In conjunction with the conference, a dinner will provide the opportunity to engage with the subject, delegates and the conference committee.
View the registration page for more details.
The Instrumentation and Measurement Community
The International Measurement Community (IntMC) creates an opportunity for global on-line interactive links between industrial and science-base engineers, technologists and applied scientists who have measurement problems and solutions.
This web-based platform is hosted by the IET as one of its MyCommunity open networks.
It also provides a unique easy-access source of information about measurement, sensors and instrumentation and relevant international contacts.
Non-IET persons as well as IET members can register on-line and at no cost.