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Sensor-Based Sorting and Control 2022

The first conference Sensor-Based Sorting & Control took place in 2004. Since then it was organized every two years and stands out because of its internationality. In 2018, 150 people from 24 different countries participated. The ninth expert conference Sensor-Based Sorting & Control takes place from April 13 to 14, 2022 in Aachen.

RWTH Aachen University

As in previous years, SBSC 2022 will be addressing new developments and applications in the field of automated separation and sensor-based control for primary and secondary raw materials. The conference provides a networking platform for scientists, developers, manufacturers and plant operators to exchange know-how and experience.

We hereby invite you to give presentations in English covering one of the following topics, but not limited to:
Topics may refer to theoretical and practical aspects, methodological and empirical approaches as well as case studies and research activities. Application-oriented contributions are welcome. Please use our template for your abstract.
Furthermore, visitors get the opportunity to establish and reinforce contacts, discuss technical aspects and exchange experiences at the evening event in the historical ballroom of Altes Kurhaus.

The following schedule applies:

Submission of abstracts: October 11, 2021,
Notification of acceptance: October 25, 2021,
Submission of full papers: January 11, 2021.
Participation will be complimentary for presenting authors. List of participation fees is available on our website, registration form will be linked there in October 2021.

We look forward to welcoming you at Sensor-Based Sorting & Control 2022 in Aachen. For all questions, please contact our Organizing Team.
More information about the upcoming event can be found in here.

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