[rotation] Reminder: Special issue on rotational seismology. Please indicate potential submissions by May 1!

Zbigniew Zembaty z.zembaty at po.edu.pl
Mon Mar 30 08:53:56 CEST 2020

Dear Colleagues
Just one additional information.
As it is described in the Scope, the planned special issue is not 
limited only to rotational seismology but to all aspects of the 
applications of rotational sensors. So you are kindly asked to further 
promote it among your colleagues from other branches of science and 

yours sincerely
Zbigniew ZEMBATY

On 26.03.2020 o 15:37, Heiner Igel wrote:
> Dear All,
> Special Issue planned for publications in the field of rotational 
> seismology. Contributions are sought for the journal/Sensors 
> <https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors>. /The deadline//for submission 
> is July 31, 2020. *Please indicate planned manuscript submission 
> **here 
> <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfh0o4n1XN4X44V2GoRdFXbmGzM7HK0kD3UktBOYZmemc4tVQ/viewform>* 
> by May 1 (later indications may be accepted)!
> We invite manuscripts with the following scope:
> *Scope: *// <https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors>Rotation rate 
> sensors are finding more and more applications in science and 
> engineering, most prominently by serving for the control of vehicle or 
> airplane motion. Functions in consumer electronics, such as 
> smartphones and smartwatches are controlled with respect to their 
> tilt. In modern seismology the measurement of rotations about the 
> vertical and horizontal axes are combined with classic displacement 
> records, which has demonstrated many powerful applications. Even a 
> small rocking motion of the foundations of tall buildings translate 
> into substantial tip displacements. Furthermore we are now in the 
> position to obtain torsional motion from tall structures reliably. All 
> these applications require various types of rotation rate sensors. 
> From small MEMS gyros, over fiber-optic gyros and electrochemical 
> devices to high resolution, large ring lasers. The purpose of the 
> special issue is to collect papers on (inertial) rotation rate sensors 
> and their applications, with particular attention paid to the novel 
> areas of application in modern geophysics, civil and seismic 
> engineering as well as mechanical engineering and modern geodesy, 
> including also structural health monitoring.
> *Special Issue Editors:
> *
> Zbigniew Zembaty**(Opole), Felix Bernauer, Heiner Igel (LMU Munich), 
> Ulrich Schreiber (TUM Munich).
> -- 
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> Prof. Heiner Igel
> Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
> Ludwig-Maximilians-University
> Theresienstr. 41
> 80333 Munich - Germany
> phone: +49 89 2180 4204
> www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de/Members/igel
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Zbigniew ZEMBATY,
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