The IEEE International Workshop on Measurements and Applications in Veterinary and Animal Sciences (IEEE MeAVeAS) aims to discuss with all the aspects of interactions among the worlds of the instrumentation and measurement, bio-engineering, material science, chemical and biological measurements, and the veterinary medicine field.
The Workshop enables researchers, veterinarians and technicians to exchange ideas and information, make connections and collaborations and update innovation on health care systems and diagnostics in veterinary medicine. MeAVeAS aims to gather people who work in developing instrumentation and measurement methods for the veterinary medicine. Attention is paid, but not limited to, new technology for monitoring the health of animals, metrology-assisted production in food industry, sensors and associated signal conditioning for the veterinary medicine, and calibration methods for electronic test and measurement for veterinary medicine applications. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
The Program Committee is inviting Extended Abstracts (from 3 to 4 pages) for the IEEE MeAVeAS 2023 Workshop, 26-28 April, 2023.
Interested researchers, academics, practitioners and industry partners are invited to submit extended abstracts for the Workshop. Papers that involve joint authorship with students, industry and community partners are encouraged. Early career researchers and research students are also encouraged to contribute papers.
All contributions will be peer-reviewed and acceptance will be based on quality, originality and relevance. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Extended versions of presented papers are eligible for post publication.
Special Session Proposal Deadline
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