MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE
Think, for example, how your quality of life may have improved over what
your great grandparents experienced a hundred years ago. Innovations
and conveniences that we enjoy today would have been hard to imagine in
their day. Modern automobiles, air conditioning, appliances, commercial
air travel, computers, GPS navigation systems, cell phones, TVs, radios,
medical improvements including MRIs, organ transplants, and joint
replacements are all examples that contribute to our quality of life.
Now consider the role of Measurement Science. Without the ability to
measure and control critical parameters, these kinds of advances would
only be science fiction.
The deadline for Manuscripts is February 17, 2015.
In order to submit and present a paper at the NCSLI Workshop &
Symposium, you must first submit an abstract for evaluation. This abstract was due November 1, 2014. Manuscript deadline is February 17, 2015. You will
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