Distinguished Lecturer Program - Call for Nominations


The Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) Society is currently accepting nominations for the Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP).  The DLP provides Distinguished Lecturers to represent the I&M Society and to serve members by giving talks. They usually provide 45 minute to 1 hour long presentations to graduate engineers, practitioners in industry, and academics. More details on the DLP can be found at http://www.ieee-ims.org/education/distinguished-lecturers-program.

Evaluations this year for the DLP will take place at the I2MTC at the Graz Congress, meeting room 1, Monday, May 14th, from 14:00-16:00. 

Suggested topics for DL proposals include (but are not limited to):

•    Laser/Optics (including Fiber Optic Sensing),
•    Measurement Precision, Sensitivity, and Noise
•    DC Measurements
•    Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements
•    Robotics/Automated Measurements
•    Nanotechnology in Instrumentation and Measurement
•    State-of-the-Art of Traditional Measurements and Instrumentation (Digitizers, Voltmeters, Spectrum Analyzers, etc.)

For questions or to submit your nomination/proposal package, contact the DLP Chair, Kristen Donnell.

The proposal package must include:

•    Proposal title
•    Presenter's name, affiliation, references
•    Abstract of the presentation topic (between 500 and 1000 words)
•    A biography from the presenter limited to 150 words