Chair(s): Ye Chow Kuang Monash University Email The goals of this Technical Committee are to promote the research activities to cover all aspects of theory and practice of fundamentals: reliable computing for instrumentation and measurement; reliable architecture for instrumentation; reliable computing for instrumentation and distributed sensors in a harsh environment. TC-32 membership is free and open to everyone who is interested in providing reliable computing for Instrumentation and Measurement. We have members from a number of countries such as the United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, and Malaysia. Our activities include promoting instrumentation and measurement fault-tolerant technology via publications, presentations, conference organisation, seminars, developing IEEE standards, and providing educational courses for students and engineering specialists. We are looking for members from the industry as well as academia who are interested in participating in our activities. To join or contact TC-32, please email Melanie Ooi. The TC-32 webpage now provides the platform for TC-32 members to share the updates of their past, current, and future work towards Guidelines & Standards as long as these are not bounded by existing confidentiality agreements. The details of the project may include project title, collaborators, project summary, publications, achievements such as awards, etc., however, the list is not exhaustive. Similarly, open access tools or software developed by the members can also be promoted under the Free Tools and Software tab. It is envisioned that these efforts could further promote the research projects of TC-32 members. To share your projects on TC-32 website, please contact Arvind Rajan and Melanie Ooi.