The dedicated Measurement journal special issue is featuring selected papers from the IMEKO TC-4 2023 Symposium in Pordenone, Italy. This curated collection offers a comprehensive glimpse into the latest research and innovations in measurement science and technology focused on measurement and metrology in the field of electrical and magnetic quantities. Authored by experts, these papers discuss diverse aspects of measurement, instrumentation, and metrology experts in the field. We invite you to explore the rich array of contributions that address contemporary challenges, present novel methodologies, and showcase advancements at the intersection of science and technology.
Prof. Ján Šaliga (Executive Guest Editor)Technical University of Koice, Kosice, SlovakiaEmail: Jan.email@example.com
Areas of Expertise: Measurement systems and instrumentation, signal processing, electronics, software for measurement systems
Dr. Jakub SvatošCTU in Prague, Prague, CzechiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of Expertise: Signal Processing, Measurement systems, Acoustic, Classification
Dr. Luca CallegaroINRIM – Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica, Torino, ITALYEmail: email@example.com Areas of Expertise: Quantum electronics, electrical metrology
Prof. Platon SoviljFaculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, SerbiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Areas of Expertise: Metrology, electrical measurement, biomedical instrumentation
Special issue information:
In addition to the general submission rules, the Invited/Prospective Authors of this SI are required to:
Extend the technical content of the conference proceedings paper by at least 30%. The technical extension should include new methodology and results, not just a better description of the related work and the corresponding references. A description of the key changes and extension must be reported in the cover letter.
Add the conference proceedings paper to the references.
Partially rephrase the common paragraphs of the conference paper to keep the total similarity score below about 40% (excluding references, quotations and acknowledgements) to ensure enough originality. Figures and pictures should be new or at least modified with respect to the conference proceedings paper. If some pictures are verbatim the same as the conference paper, a reference must be reported in the caption.
The conference proceedings paper must be also uploaded into the journal’s Editorial Manager (EM) system at submission time.