Editor in Chief
Newtownabbey Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Abbre. Key Title:
Curr Anal Inst & Cont
Mesford Publisher Inc
Annually – Open Access Based
Current Analysis of Instrumentation and Control is a peer-reviewed open access journal is committed to spreading the latest research results on all aspects of Controlling, calibration, instrumentation, measurement. The design of control systems involves a extensive variety of multidisciplinary activities including modeling sensor, Parameter and interactions through the use of computation techniques; the development of innovative transducer systems and their associated signal processing and the laboratory and field assessment of the overall system under ideal and disturbed conditions.
The application of mathematical and computational modeling to the interaction of control system and instrumentation, including sensor behavior, improved control design and installation problems.
Design and development of the Control System and/or signal processing aspects of sensor, actuator or control system. Emphasis is given to papers identifying new sensor configurations, measurement systems, and the application of CAD, CAE techniques in smart or intelligent systems.
Prominently, CAIC provides an intermediate podium for exchanging the latest Research, Ideas and breakthroughs around the Globe. The journal will be of interest to both practicing professionals and researchers in the field.
The journal will publish Research, Review and Letter articles. The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
– Development of the sensor and actuator
– Modeling of the sensor
– Designing of the control system
– Instrumentation and control components
– Linear and nonlinear control systems
– Transducer principles
– Optimization and optimal control
– Sensor-actuator systems
– Measurement techniques
– Robust control
– Analytical and virtual instrumentation
– Neuro-fuzzy control
– Biomedical instrumentation and applications
– Process control and instrumentation
– Adaptive control
– Industrial automation
– virtual instrumentation