The Institution of Engineering and Technology issues Call For Papers for the 8th EVI-GTI Conference on Gas Turbine Instrumentation

  • January 19, 2016
  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)—a member organization of the Automation Federation—has issued a Call for Papers, inviting experts within the international gas turbine instrumentation community to share their latest research and results at the 2016 EVI-GTI Conference on Gas Turbine Instrumentation.

The conference, to take place in September 2016 in Berlin, Germany, will bring together gas turbine professionals, process engineers and leading industry experts to discuss new and innovative instrumentation techniques, developments and applications within gas turbines measurement and control systems.

Abstract submission and consideration

Authors wishing to submit papers and present at the 2016 EVI-GTI Conference on Gas Turbine Instrumentation are required to submit an abstract for consideration by the Conference’s Technical Programme Committee.

Following the review of abstracts, successful authors will be invited to submit a full paper for a second review by the committee. The deadline for abstract submission is 22 April 2016. To get more details regarding abstracts, submit an abstract and review all deadlines, visit the author information web page. To learn more about the 2016 EVI-GTI Conference on Gas Turbine Instrumentation, click here.  

About the IET

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with more than 167,000 members in 127 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary—to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century.

The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

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About the Automation Federation 

The Automation Federation is a global umbrella organization of twenty (20) member organizations and seven working groups engaged in automation activities. The Automation Federation enables its members to more effectively fulfill their missions, advance the science and engineering of automation technologies and applications, and develop the workforce needed to capitalize on the benefits of automation. The Automation Federation is the "Voice of Automation." For more information about the Automation Federation, visit