In memoriam Prof. István Kollár


September 7, First day
September 8, Second day

September 9, Third day


Dear Colleague,

We are delighted to invite you to the 21st IMEKO TC-4 International Symposium on Understanding the World through Electrical and Electronic Measurement, and 19th International Workshop on ADC Modelling and Testing. The symposium covers the broad topics in measurement of electrical quantities and in related fields, with special track on analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion. The aim of the symposium is to serve as a forum for discussions on trends, and the latest results, and to exchange ideas relating to different measurement tasks.

The scientific program will include a plenary lecture by an invited speaker, and keynote talks on recent topics, as well as contributed lectures and poster presentations. These will be selected for presentation in the best anticipated form for effective discussions. Therefore, poster sessions will be scheduled at central time frames within the symposium to provide a good opportunity for scientific discussions.

Budapest, a European metropolis with its vibrant cultural life, is the academic center of the country. As a participant of the symposium, you will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the monuments of the historical past of the city and discover its present with spas, restaurants and contemporary museums. The selected venue of the event, Hotel Helia, is a perfect setting for the organization of an enjoyable and fruitful scientific meeting.


Prof. István Kollár
Former symposium chair
Budapest University
of Technology and Economics


Prof. Tamás Dabóczi
Head of Dept.
Measurement and Information Systems
Budapest University
of Technology and Economics



Obituary notice

Dear Colleague,
Hereby we regretfully inform you, that the chairman of the sympoisum gave up the long fight against his disease, and he passed away on 30 July 2016. The Symposium has been dedicated for his memory. The organisation of the event goes on, his duties will be taken over by professors of the Dept. of Measurement and Information Systems.

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