2nd International Workshop on Real-Time Measurement, Instrumentation and Control (RTMIC 2011)

2 & 3 Jun, 2011

UOIT, Oshawa, Canada


Invited Speakers



Important Dates

Program Committee

Student Competition














Invited Speakers

Computer-aided Safety Engineering


Professor Paul Chung

Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Science &

Director, Research School of Informatics,

Loughborough University, UK



Dynamic Analysis and Monitoring of Process Control Loops


Professor Yoshiyuki Yamashita

Department Chair Department of Chemical Engineering Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan



Risk-Based Sustainable Energy Supply Within Smart Grid

Professor Hossam A.Gabbar

Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science, and Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada







University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
2000 Simcoe St. N.
Oshawa, ON, L1H 7K4








Online Registration Here

Sponsored by: IEEE NPSS (Toronto), with the collaboration with CNS

Registration Fees:

Regular Registration, IEEE/CNS Member: $200 (CAD)

Regular Registration, Non-IEEE Member: $250 (CAD)

IEEE/CNS Student Member Registration: $100 (CAD)

Student Non-IEEE Member Registration: $150 (CAD)


Important Dates

Abstract & Paper Submission Dates

·         Abstract Submission: is Open Now

·         Final Paper: May 7, 2011

·         Workshop: June 2 & 3, 2011


Program Committee

The program committee includes members in the academic and industrial society in Canada and worldwide who are well known in the area of real time measurement, instrumentation and control. They kindly accepted to volunteer in this event.


Organizing Members:


Sajid Hussain

Achint Rastogi

Manir Isham

Raymond Bedard


Student Innovation Competition

Student innovation competition will be organized during the conference. It is sponsored by IEEE Canadian Foundation and AMEC-NSS. If interested, please contact Dr. Anthony Waker or Dr. Hossam A.Gabbar. The call for participation can be found here.



Participants should submit their abstracts and papers directly to Dr. Anthony Waker or Dr. Hossam A.Gabbar using the above contact information.


The workshop will have papers in the area of real-time measurement, instrumentation and control, which include (but not limited to) the following topics:

·         Real time measurement techniques

·         Advanced energy systems

·         Oil & gas process systems

·         Advanced risk and reliability engineering

·         Advanced safety design

·         Advanced instrumentation technologies

·         Control system design and analysis

·         Applications on radiation detection & protection

·         Nuclear reactor internal and external measurements

·         Advanced nuclear power systems

·         Advanced plant inspection & maintenance

·         Real time monitoring & diagnosis

·         Applications on health physics

·         Applications on space


Proceedings will be published and distributed to all attendees of the RTMIC 2011 workshop. Selected papers will be published in IJPSE journal and other related journals.



The detailed program will be available soon.



Tours are arranged to industrial facilities and research centers. This includes: ERC: Energy Research Center, and other research facilities at UOIT.



NPSS is Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society. Please visit the official web site for more information.



Exhibitors are provided space and time to demonstrate their technologies to all participants, and participate in all sessions and activities in the program. Exhibition fee is $250.



This event is sponsored by IEEE, Toronto Section, NPSS Chapter, CNS: Canadian Nuclear Society, AMEC-NSS, and IEEE Canadian Foundation.


Related Conferences

2011 International Conference on Advanced Mechatronic Systems (ICAMechS 2011).


Workshop Full Papers

P204: Symbolic Computation Techniques for Efficient Control Plant Modeling and HIL Simulation: The Case of MapleSim, Tom Lee, Maplesoft

P210: Direct Statistical Mathematical Model to Calculate the Full Energy Peak Efficiency of HPGe detector sizes, Younis S.Selima, Mohamed S. Hussiena,b, Mohamed A. Fawzya, Ahmed M. El khatibea

P214: An Experimental Study of the Relative Response of Plastic

Scintillators to Photons and Beta Particles, A. Kumar and A.J. Waker

P216: Design and Initial Testing of an Electron Attachment Spectrometer, Gloria M. Orchard, Manir U. Isham and Anthony J. Waker

P217: [Plenary Talk] Dynamic Analysis and Monitoring of Process Control Loops, Yoshiyuki Yamashita

P232: A Survey on Home Energy Management and Monitoring Devices, A. Kamatham, W.G. Ibrahim



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