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IEEE has been monitoring the developing COVID-19 outbreak. Please know that our thoughts are with those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. After studying and evaluating the recent announcements, guidance, and news released by relevant national departments, we are sorry to announce that INERTIAL 2020, scheduled to be held March 23-26, 2020 in Hiroshima, Japan will no longer be held at the Grand Prince Hotel.

Alternatively, we are thrilled to announce that the INERTIAL organizing committee is working diligently with the IEEE Meetings, Conferences and Events team to develop a virtual meeting platform to take the place of the face-to-face meeting. We will provide more information on the new format, registration updates and author presentation guidelines shortly. We thank you for your understanding.

Accepted authors will continue to have the opportunity to present their work to be viewed by all whom have registered to attend the conference. Sponsoring companies, exhibitors, registered attendees and presenting authors will receive a separate email providing guidance on how to participate and get the most out of their virtual conference experience no later than Tuesday, March 3, 2020.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. For any questions or concerns, please contact Rachel Brockhoff at
[email protected] We appreciate your patience during this time and look forward to serving you with cutting edge technology bringing you the highest-quality content relating to Inertial Sensors and Systems. 

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Please note the Key Dates below so you don’t miss any important deadlines.

Advanced Registration Deadline

February 1, 2020

Full Paper Submission & Author Registration

February 1, 2020

First Day of Symposium

March 23, 2020


Hiroshima, Japan

This exclusive international Symposium on Inertial Sensors and Systems will be held
in Hiroshima, Japan. The event continues our annual tradition of informal single-track
international meetings discussing the latest developments in the area of modern
inertial sensors and emerging applications. The INERTIAL 2020 will be a four-day event
with one day of tutorials, and three days of technical sessions.

INERTIAL 2020 will be held at the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima. The hotel stands
directly by the beautiful Seto Inland Sea, a 40 minute train ride from Hiroshima Station.
Hiroshima Prefecture is located in the southwestern part of the Japanese islands. It is rich
in the natural beauty of the Inland Sea and the Chugoku Mountains, with mountains,
sea, rivers, valleys, plains, basins that characterize Japan’s landscape.

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  • Sensors Phenomena & Modeling
    Theory, new physical principles, deviceand-
    system-level modeling, multiphysics,
    deterministic/stochastic error
    models, predictive models
  • Sensor Systems & Electronics
    Sensor arrays, multi-sensor units, inertial
    measurement units, sensor electronics,
    actuator systems,control of sensors
  • Atomic/Quantum Sensors
    Theory, new physical principles, deviceand-
    system-level modeling, multiphysics,
    deterministic/stochastic error
    models, predictive models
  • Low-cost Manufacturing
    Wafer-level fabrication, new micro/
    nano techniques, new materials, built-in

  • Advanced Packaging
    Wafer-level, system-in-package, vacuum/
    differential packaging
  • Advanced Test & Evaluation
    Low-cost test/evaluation, calibration of
    arrays, wafer-level test and evaluation
  • Aiding Technology
    Hybrid systems, gravitational maps, startrackers,
  • Emerging Applications
    Consumer electronics, medical devices,
    sport and fitness, automotive, oil/gas
    exploration, military, aeronautical and
    space sensor systems
  • Best Failed Ideas
    Once exciting ideas for sensors, systems,
    components, supporting subsystems,
    or methods that in the end proved
    unsuccessful for practical or fundamental

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