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Abstract submissions are now closed

The organisers are pleased to invite the submission of abstracts for presentation at the conference. We are keen to accept contributions across a broad range of topics relevant to phosphor thermometry from phosphor physics to industrial applications. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  1. Phosphor physics, synthesis, characterisation and calibration
  2. ‎Surface and flow temperature measurement
  3. Online and offline measurement approaches
  4. Instrumentation and data processing
  5. Traceable standards
  6. Industrial applications

To allow enough time for authors interested in submitting a contribution to the international conference on phosphor thermometry 2018, the deadline for submission of the extended abstract of up to 4 pages using the extended abstract template has been extended to the 9th March, 2018. However, to provide an outlook of the number of contributions to the conference which further aids planning, authors interested in participating in the conference, who are yet to submit a contribution/extended abstract, can first send the title, authors names and affiliations, and a short abstract (no more than 300 words) of their proposed extended abstract by 14th February, 2018 to the conference email address ( This would then be followed by submission of their extended abstracts online through this website on or before 9th March, 2018. Authors will be notified of acceptance of their submission by the 30th March 2018 and invited to make a presentation of their work at the conference.

A book of abstracts will be published and selected contributors may be invited to prepare a full paper for inclusion in a special edition of Measurement, Science and Technology

The organisers are particularly keen to encourage contributions from PhD students and new workers in the field and are happy to consider contributions in poster form. We request that those planning to submit a poster submit an abstract in the normal way indicating their preferred mode of presentation.