The International Society of Automation’s program committee for the 61st International Instrumentation Symposium has issued a call for papers, asking leaders and innovators in the instrumentation field to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at its 2015 conference.

The event will be held jointly with the Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology from May 12-15 in Huntsville, AL. Sponsoring the event are the ISA divisions of Aerospace Industries, Test Measurement and Process Measurement and Control.

According to ISA, the event will include paper sessions, presentations, short courses, workshops and tutorials. It is recognized as a forum for exploring new and innovative instrumentation techniques, solutions and applications.

The topics for submissions include but are not limited to:

Instrumentation: sensors, transducers, wireless, electromagnetic and RF, remote sensing, environmental monitoring, laser and electro-optics, power systems, radiation and nuclear.

Data Systems: measurement standards, automated measurement techniques.

Communications: telemetry, DCS, SCADA, industrial instrumentation.

Turbine Engine Testing: tip timing technologies, tip clearance, hot section gas temperature.

Platform Testing

Test Facilities


Cyber and Homeland Security

Safety Instrumented Systems

Process Measurement and Control

Control System Instrumentation

All authors/speakers submitting papers must pay the conference registration fee. Abstracts must be submitted electronically in English and be no longer than 500 words. Presenters must use the official ISA symposium template; papers accepted for publication will require signing and completion of the ISA rights and responsibilities form. The lead author will serve as the main contact.

All abstracts need to be submitted to Aubri Hanson, technical program chair, at or through