The IEEE I2MTC – International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference – is the flagship conference of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, and is dedicated to advances in measurement methodologies, measurement systems, instrumentation, and sensors in all areas of science and technology. These features make I2MTC a unique event and one of the most important conferences in the field of instrumentation and measurement.

IEEE I2MTC is proposed as a catalyst to promote interactions between industry and academia. A wide spectrum of research results will be presented, with potential practical applications in current industrial technology, as well as industry and application-driven developments.

The IEEE I2MTC conference has been held around the world every year since 1986, and in 2020 it will take place in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The conference gathers more than 400 attendees every year including delegates from academia, undergraduate, graduate and PhD students, researchers, and professionals from the industry with different technology backgrounds.

The Conference focuses on all aspects related to research, development, and applications of Instrumentation and Measurement Science and Technology. A non-exhaustive list of topics of interest for the I2MTC 2020 conference is reported below.

Conference Submission Process & Deadlines

Monday, September 30, 2019
Special Session Proposal Deadline

Monday, November 4, 2019
Full Paper Submission

Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Review Notification

Monday, February 3, 2020
Submission of Revised Paper (if Required)

Monday, February 24, 2020
Final Manuscript Submission for ALL Papers

Special Session proposals are solicited on topics listed above or on others I&M related areas. The Special Sessions proposals have to be submitted to one of the Special Session Co-Chairs by email; please follow the guidelines available on the website.

Submit a Special Session Proposal 

Visit the Special Session section in the conference website or contact the Special Session Co-Chairs for more details:

David Macii

University of Trento, Italy

Hubert Zangl

Alpe-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Austria

Michele Magno

ETH Zurich, Switzerland


  • Measurement theory and methodology
  • Metrology and technical standards
  • Information technology in measurements
  • Signal and image processing in measurements
  • Circuits and systems for instrumentation and measurement
  • Instrumentation systems design and evaluation
  • Data acquisition systems
  • Real-time measurements
  • Networked embedded sensors
  • Sensors and transducers
  • Micro and Nanotechnology in instrumentation and measurement
  • Optical measurement systems and fiber optic measurements
  • Measurement of electromagnetic quantities
  • Measurement of mechanical and acoustical quantities
  • Measurement of chemical and biological quantities
  • Non-destructive testing and evaluation
  • Biomedical measurements
  • Measurements in energy and power
  • Measurements in communication systems
  • Industrial measurements
  • Measurements in robotics
  • Measurements in the automotive and transportation industry
  • Aerospace measurements
  • Measurements in agriculture and food production
  • Measurements in oil and drill industry
  • Environmental measurements