2008 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2008 - 11th Annual
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Sensors & Systems

Sensors & Systems

Symposium Chair

Organized by

Elena I. Gaura Elena I. Gaura
Cogent Computing, Coventry University, UK
Cogent Computing

Confirmed Invited Speakers

William Wilson NASA NDE Applications for Mobile MEMS Devices and Sensors
William (Cy) Wilson
NASA Langley Research Center
Rolf Aschenbrenner
Rolf Aschenbrenner
Head of Chip Interconnection Technologies Department
Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration Berlin (IZM), Germany
Jerry Hallmark
Technologies for Portable Electronics
Jerry Hallmark
Manager - Energy System Technologies
Motorola - Mobile Devices
Lewis Girod
Distributed Acoustic Sensing
Lewis Girod
Postdoctoral Researcher
Computer Science and AI Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Conference Activities

For this year’s Sensors and Systems we have designed a wide variety of activities which we hope will create a hothouse for new and exciting ideas in MEMS research and development. Along side oral and poster presentations we will have keynotes and invited talks, graduate student activities and workshops (all included in the conference fee). Joint symposium are offered on:

Symposium Sessions

 

Monday June 2

 Bio and Chemical Sensors
 

Tuesday June 3

8:30 Keynote: Micro Systems: Sensors & Systems: MSM
10:30 Micro Systems: Micro-Nano Integration
10:30 Biosensors - 2
 Sensors & Systems
3:30 Micro Systems: Healthcare & Well-being Requirements for NEMS & MEMS
 

Wednesday June 4

10:30 Sensors & Systems: Applications - 1
4:00 Sensors & Systems: Applications - 2
 

Thursday June 5

8:30 Biosensors - 3
 

Symposium Program

 

Monday June 2

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Bio and Chemical SensorsExhibit Hall C
- Biosensor for pesticides detection in food
C. Moldovan, R. Iosub, C. Radu, D. Necula, M. Ion, IMT-Bucharest, RO
- Polymer nanocomposite based chemiresistive gas sensors
D.A. Meka, L.A. George, S. Prasad, Portland State University, US
- Nanodimensional Chalcogenide Semiconductor Based Gas Sensors Operating at Room Temperature
S. Dmitriev, T. Goglidze, I. Dementiev, P. Spinney, G. Bernhardt, J. Vetelino, R. Lad, Moldova State University, MD
- Novel Nanostructures for Solid State Alcohol Breath Analyzers
A. Tricoli, M. Righettoni, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, CH
- Development of a MEMs force sensor
D. Harish, Loadstar Sensors, US
- Anodic aluminum oxide-based capacitive humidity sensor integrated with micro-heater
Y.D. Kim, B.B. Jung, H.K. Lee, K.H. Lee, H.C. Park, Pohang University of Science and Technology, KR
- Fabrication of interdigitated nanogap devices for biomolecular detection
H.J. Park, Y.S. Chi, C.S. Ah, D.H. Ha, I.S. Choi, W.S. Yun, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), KR
- Luminous Erythrocytes
M. Dweik, Lincoln University, US
- Polysilicon Nano-wires Based Nano-device on Silicon Chip: Fabrication and its Application
N.N. Mishra, P. Winterrowd, R. Nelson, W.C. Maki, S.K. Rastogi, E. Cameron, B. Filanoski, G. Maki, University of Idaho, US
- Bacterial Concentration Detection with Dielectrophoresis and Capacitive Measurement
J.H. Yoo, M.S. Cha, J. Lee, Seoul National University, KR
- Multi-functional Wearable Device for Heart Health and Possition Assesment
B. Kaminska, Simon Fraser University, CA
- pH Detections with Nano-cantilever-Based Biosensor System
S. Hur, H. Yoon, W.D. Kim, Korea Institute of Machnery & Materials, KR
- Agent Reactive Modulated Optical Reflector for Hazardous Agent Detection
A.E. Kovalev, M.G. Bray, T.S. Mayer, D.H. Werner, Pennsylvania State University, US
- Robust Fingerprint Identification System Using Backpropagation and ART Neural Networks
A.A. Ilumoka, M. Talluri, M. Eng, University of Hartford, US
- Luminescent Nanosensors for Nerve Gas Agents
T. Gunasinghe, B. Sabacky, B. Marganski, M. Coleman, S. Muralidharan, Washington State University, US
- Micrwave based microfluidic sensor
H. Tanbakuchi, M. Bynum, R. Brennen, M. Whitener, Agilent Technologies, US
- Behind the Scenes of a Non-Cross-Linking Au-Nanoprobes Nucleic Acids-Detection Assay
G. Doria, R. Franco, P. Eaton, N. Santos, P. Baptista, CIGMH & REQUIMTE, PT
- Influence of water contact angle on cell adhesion on polystyrene surfaces
M. Ardhaoui, M. Nassiri, M. Rubaei, D. Dowling, Post Doctoral Researcher, IE
- Probing the Mechanical Properties of both Biological Cells and their Surroundings through Novel Techniques
J.A. Zimberlin, P. Wadsworth, A.J. Crosby, University of Massachusetts, US
- Debye Capacitive Sensor for Biomolecular Detection
M.S. Mannoor, T. James, Microelectronics Research Center, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
- Label-free and Real-Time Photonic Band-Gap Silica Nanosensor
J.Y. Chyan, S.C. Yang, J.A. Yeh, NTHU, TW
- Label-free Single-molecule Counting of Biological Binding Events
L.C. Brousseau, E.W. Miles, Quantum Logic Devices, US
- Identification of PCR Product by double-strand DNA Denaturation using Label-free Field-effect Transistor
J. Han, W. Chung, K. Yoo, J. Shim, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, KR
- Label-free and Real-Time Photonic Band-Gap Silica Nanosensor
J.Y. Chyan, S.C. Yang, J.A. Yeh, National Tsing Hua University, TW
- Instantaneous Microbial Detection Demonstrated for Air & Water
J.P. Jiang, S. McGill, S. Morris, BioVigilant Systems, Inc., US
- Optimization of Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Performance
S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, J. Wan, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, B.A. Chin, Auburn University, US
- Real-time detection of neurotransmitter using enzyme-immobilized CNT network transistors in 11 vessel occlusion rat model
G.J. Lee, J.E. Lim, J.H. Park, Y.H. Eo, B.S. Kim, H.J. Park, S.K. Choi, S. Hong, H.K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
- Targeting bacterial infection with 99mTc Cyclodextrin
G.P. Bandopadhyaya, J. Shukla, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, IN
- Iridium Oxide Nanowire Monitors for Protein Detection
V.L. Venkatraman, R.K. Reddy, F. Zhang, V. Hsu, B. Ulrich, S. Prasad, Portland State University, US
- Biosensor Instrumentation with attoFarad Resolution for Electrochemical Impedance Measurements at the Nanoscale
G. Ferrari, M. Carminati, F. Gozzini, M. Sampietro, Politecnico di Milano, IT
 

Tuesday June 3

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8:30 Keynote: Micro Systems: Sensors & Systems: MSMRoom 200
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, Dimatix, Inc.
8:30 NASA NDE Applications for Mobile MEMS Devices and Sensors
W.C. Wilson, NASA Langley Research Center, US
9:00 Nano-Technology for Heterogeneous System Integration
R. Aschenbrenner, K.-D. Lang, H. Reichl, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration, DE
9:30 Distributed Acoustic Sensing
L. Girod, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
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10:30 Micro Systems: Micro-Nano IntegrationRoom 200
 Session chair: Larz Heinze, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, DE
10:30 Silicon on ceramics - a new concept for micro-nano-integration on wafer level
M. Fischer, H. Bartsch de Torres, B. Pawlowski, M. Mach, R. Gade, S. Barth, M. Hoffmann, J. Müller, Technische Universität Ilmenau, DE
10:50 Micro to Nano – Scaling Packaging Technologies for Future Microsystems
T. Braun, K.-F. Becker, J. Bauer, F. Hausel, B. Pahl, O. Wittler, R. Mrossko, E. Jung, A. Ostmann, M. Koch, V. Bader, C. Minge, R. Aschenbrenner, H. Reichl, Technical University Berlin, DE
11:10 Advanced Adhesives based on Carbon Nanotube Technology
H.-J. Fecht, A. Caron, L. Kroner, F. Hennrich, A. Leson, B. Michel, M. Werner, Ulm University, DE
11:30 Contact-free Handling of Metallic Submicron and Nanowires for Microelectronic Packaging Applications
S. Fiedler, M. Zwanzig, M.S. Jäger, M. Böttcher, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration, DE
11:50 Wireless Integrated Neural Interface Device for Chronic Neural Signal Recording
S. Kim, P. Tathiereddy, L. Rieth, R. Harrison, F. Solzbacher, University of Utah, US
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10:30 Biosensors - 2Room 210
 Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, LANL, US
10:30 Bioreactor with Integrated Nanosensor for the Recording of Extracellular Potential of Nerve Cells: Response oo Inhibitors Record with Algan/Gan Field - Effect Transistor
I. Cimalla, M. Gebinoga, M. Klett, B. Lübbers, V. Lebedev, K. Tonisch, V. Cimalla, O. Ambacher, A. Schober, Institute of Micro- and Nanotechnology, TU Ilmenau, DE
withdrawn Development of IR bio-sensors based on nanostructured GeSbSe chalcogenide glass thin films grown by the oblique angle deposition technique
R.J. Martin-Palma, H. Wang, M.C. Demirel, C.G. Pantano, The Pennsylvania State University, US
11:10 A Comparative Analysis of Iridium Oxide Nanowires in Electrical Detection of Biochemical Reactions
V.L. Venkatraman, R.K. Reddy, F. Zhang, V. Hsu, B. Ulrich, S. Prasad, Portland State University, US
11:30 Attachment and Spreading of Human Embryonal Carcinoma Stem Cells on Nanosurfaces Using Optical Waveguides
A. Aref, R. Horvath, F. Ansari, J.J. Ramsden, Cranfield University, UK
11:50 DNA Amplification by PCR using Low cost, Programmable Microwave Heating
P. Garg, M. Hella, D.-A. Borca-Tasiuc, H. Mohamed, Rensselaer Poytechnic Institute, US
12:10 Selective Identification of proteins by laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry on photonic nanodevices coupled to abiotic receptors
R.P. Meagley, ONE Nanotechnologies, LLC, US
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Sensors & SystemsExhibit Hall C
- Design and Microfabrication of an Electrostatically Actuated Scanning Micromirror with Elevated Electrodes
M. Haris, H. Qu, A. Jain, H. Xie, Oakland University, US
- The Investigation of PID and Lag-Lead Controller for Positioning Controller of the Shape Memory Alloy Spring Gripper
M.A. Setiawan, University of Bangka Belitung, ID
- Deposition of functional PZT films as actuators in MEMS devices by high rate sputtering
H.-J. Quenzer, R. Dudde, H. Jacobsen, B. Wagner, H. Föll, Fraunhofer ISIT, DE
- Silicalite as structural layer for MEMS applications to Chemical Sensors
I. Pellejero, A. Rabal, M.A. Urbiztondo, J. Sesé, M. Villarroya-Gaudó, M.P. Pina, A. Uranga, G. Abadal, N. Barnio, J. Santamaría, University of Zaragoza, ES
- Human Inventory in Emergency using Wireless Intelligent Sensor Networks
S. Balusamy, M. Kannan Sekar, Eco-Friend Inc, CA
- 10GHz Surface Acoustic Wave Filter Fabrication by UV Nano-Imprint
N-H Chen, H.J.H. Chen, C-H Lin, F-S Huang, National Tsing Hua University, TW
- Nano-gap high quality factor thin film SOI MEM resonators
D. Grogg, C.H. Tekin, D.N. Badila-Ciressan, D. Tsamados, M. Mazza, M.A. Ionescu, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH
- Multiband THz detection and imaging devices
L. Popa-Simil, I.L. Popa-Simil, LAVM LLC, US
- Feasibility Study of Cochlear-like Acoustic Sensor using PMN-PT Single Crystal Cantilever Array
S. Hur, S.Q. Lee, W.D. Kim, Korea Institute of Machnery & Materials, KR
- Dopamine detection using diamond nano-ridge structures
S. Raina, W.P. Kang, J.L. Davidson, Vanderbilt University, US
- Developing of a MEMS-based ionization gas sensor for hydrogen sulfide detection by carbon nanotubes
B-W Chang, R.L-C Chen, C-H Chen, D.C-H Chen, Hungkuang University, Taiwan, TW
- Design and implementation of a Robotic Arm Able to Play
N.E. Chávez Rodríguez, UNAM, MX
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3:30 Micro Systems: Healthcare & Well-being Requirements for NEMS & MEMSRoom 205
 Session chair: Alberto Sanna, Marco Nalin, Scientific Institute H San Raffaele, IT
3:30 Micro-nano-bio convergence systems for biomedical applications: State of the art and Future perspectives under the EC-ICT
M. Willems, IMEC, BE
4:00 Healthcare & Well-being Requirements and Trends
A. Sanna, Scientific Institute H San Raffaele - Milan, IT
4:20 Nanotechnologies for Mobile Innovation: the Telco Operator perspective
M. Turolla, Telecom Italia - Turin, IT
4:40 Developing Smart Interactive Robotic Companions to Improve the Daily Lives of Children in Hospitals
D. Stiehl, MIT, US
5:00 Ambient Assisted Living for independent Living of Elderly People
S. Guillén, ITACA Institute, ES
 

Wednesday June 4

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10:30 Sensors & Systems: Applications - 1Room 310
 Session chair: Cy Wilson, NASA, US
10:30 MEMS Pressure Sensor Array for Aeroacoustic Analysis of the Turbulent Boundary Layer on an Airplane Fuselage
J.S. Krause, R.D. White, M.J. Moeller, J.M. Gallman, R. De Jong, Tufts University, US
10:50 Building Micro-Robots: A path to sub-mm3 autonomous systems
J.R. Reid, V. Vasilyev, R.T. Webster, US Air Force Research Laboratory, US
11:10 Pressure sensor data processing for vertical velocity measurement
M. Husak, J. Jakovenko, L. Stanislav, Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ
11:30 Adaptive Subband Filtering Method for MEMS Accelerometer Noise Reduction
P. Pietrzak, B. Pekoslawski, M. Makowski, A. Napieralski, Technical University of Lodz, PL
11:50 Microsystems on their Way to Smart Systems
L. Heinze, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, DE
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4:00 Sensors & Systems: Applications - 2Room 308
 Session chair: Cy Wilson, NASA, US
4:00 A 20 µm Movable Micro Mobile
J. Jeon, J.-B. Lee, M.J. Kim, The University of Texas at Dallas, US
4:20 Development of Active Systems for Military Utilization
J.L. Zunino III., H.C. Lim, US Army ARDEC, US
4:40 Sensing Weak Magnetic Field By Leaving Biosystems and A Magnetoreseption Mechanism For Navigation
S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
 

Thursday June 5

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8:30 Biosensors - 3Room 311
 Session chair: Hang Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
8:30 Micro-Retroreflectors in Immunoassays and Biosensors
S.M. Kemper, T. Sherlock, J.D. Knoop, E. Cacao, P. Ruchhoeft, R.L. Atmar, R.C. Willson, University of Houston, US
8:50 Whispering Gallery Mode lab on a chip for optical bio sensing: comparison with Surface Plasmon Resonance
A. François, S. Krishnamoorthy, M. Himmelhaus, Fujirebio Inc., JP
9:10 Capacitance signatures for rapid detection of the polarity of the dielectrophoretic force on single yeast cells
G.A. Ferrier, S.F. Romanuik, D.J. Thomson, G.E. Bridges, M.R. Freeman, University of Manitoba, CA
9:30 Identification of bacterial susceptibility to antibiotics using gold nanoparticles
J.M. Perez, C. Kaittanis, S. Nath, University of Central Florida, US
9:50 Development and Utilization of Polymer-Embedded Gold Nanoparticles for Direct Fabrication of Amperometric NanoBiosensors for Nitrate and Phosphate
S.B. Adeloju, Q. Ameer, M. Sohail, Monash University, AU
 

Topics & Application Areas

Online abstract submissions are now being accepted. Proposed topics include, but are not be limited to:

  • Wireless Intelligent Sensor Networks
  • Ad Hoc Sensing/Actuation Networks
  • MEMS Design and Integration
  • Sensing Systems
  • RF Devices
  • RFID devises and applications
  • Micro-nano integration: devices and systems
  • Actuator Systems
  • Chemical and Gas Sensors
  • Bio Sensors
  • Optical Sensors
  • Mechanical Sensors
  • Physical Sensors
  • Sensor Applications
  • Micro-Nano-Integration
  • Healthcare & Well-being Requirements for NEMS & MEMS
  • Other

Sensors & Systems Special Symposium

As MEMS become key components in pervasive computational systems, microsystem designs are evolving from “stand alone” components to systemically conceptualised application packages. Designers and engineers are beginning to work closely with medics, artists, environmental scientists and other end users to produce holistically designed systems for novel application areas. Recent extraordinary developments include using sense data as a basis for motion capture in new media arts, in-body sensing with radio telemetry and planetary exploration. These add to the impressive array of applications already in common currency, such as environmental sensing, object tracking with RFID and mobile office environments.

This symposium concerns the radical and big thinking required to deliver new capabilities based on microsystem technologies. We are interested in reporting on research and technology which addresses the following challenges:

  • MEMS design and integration
  • MEMS components, such as RF and optical subsystems
  • Sensor and actuator systems -- design and applications
  • Signal processing associated with MEMS devices
  • Smart and intelligent sensors
  • RFID technology and applications
  • MEMS markets and economic drivers
  • Novel application areas for MEMS, such as in-body sensing, pervasive gaming and the creative arts

We look forward to receiving your submission.


Joint Electronics and Microsystems Symposia

Reflecting the rapid growth of the Micro and Nano systems fields and the commitment and success of the respective research communities, the Electronics and Microsystems suite of symposia at Nanotech has evolved into a premier annual event in the Micro and Nano technologies arena.

The MEMS & NEMS, Sensors & Systems, Micro & Nano Fluidics and MSM - Modeling Microsystems symposia will jointly provide a whole and comprehensive forum for a multidisciplinary community, with presentations and topics for discussion ranging from theoretical developments through design and fabrication to industry-oriented applications.

Smarter and smaller and ever more complex systems are being dreamt of, which combine micro and nano system technologies with intelligence, power supply and communication ability, at the same physical scale. Such integrated systems are to be primarily component based and, both the whole and the composites subject to a variety of trends. The increasing systems complexity and multidisciplinary pose strong challenges to the engineers involved in the modelling and fabrication of micro and nanosystems, electronics and wireless communication domains. The Microsystems and Electronics strand will provide valuable networking and interaction opportunities by successfully bringing together the four Symposia above.

World-class researchers in several focused topics of MEMS and NEMS will present their latest research results, allowing cross-disciplinary exchange of knowledge to further advance both technological areas. MEMS is naturally continuing its downsizing into Nanoelectromechanical Systems but at the same time it is indispensable in constructing complete Nano devices and systems. MEMS and Nanotechnology are becoming highly complimentary technologies that will significantly impact various large industries across the globe.

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Joint Micro-Nano-Integration Symposium

Symposium Chair

Organized by

Paradiso Coskina
VDI/VDE-IT GmbH, Germany
VDI/VDE-IT

Session Chair: Paradiso Coskina, VDI/VDE-IT GmbH, Germany

Many of the developments in the nanotechnology arena are mostly without sufficient technical use unless they can be successfully interfaced with the micro and/or nano world. As they operate within the smallest scale of structures, nanotechnologies can often only be implemented and applied to various products through interfaces based on microsystem technologies. On the other hand, solutions for optimising integrated microsystems can be delivered through nanotechnology. For example, very efficient energy production and energy storage solutions for self-sufficient microsystems, or new approaches to ever more sensitive sensors can be found through research on nano materials. Thus, micro-nano-integration (MNI), as an area of R&D focuses on providing interfaces between the increasingly smaller structures produced through micro/nano technologies and rougher structures of the application levels. The concept of MNI comprises the integration of nanostructures into micro and macro scale systems as well as the implementation of effects based on nanotechnology. In thefuture, MNI is predicted to hold a key position within the production of innovative products.

Submissions falling within the subject area of micro-nano-integration are welcomed, particularly with the following foci:

  • Advanced packaging technologies for cross-scale systems integration (macro-micro-nano), e.g. self-assembly and contactless assembly of electronic components
  • The usage of nano-objects and nano structures, such as carbon nano tubes and nano lawn for systems integration
  • Techniques for the handling and the assembly of integrated micro und nano objects, such as carbon nano tubes and/or nano wires in micro systems
  • The usage of novel nano-based packaging materials, such as underfiller, solder paste or glob-top for cross-scale systems integration based on nanotechnology in order to improve systems characteristics, such as reliability.

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Healthcare & Well-being Requirements for NEMS & MEMS

Symposium Chair

Organized by

Alberto Sanna Alberto Sanna
eServices for Life & Health Manager
Scientific Institute H San Raffaele, Italy
Scientific Institute H San Raffaele

One of the great advantages of the development of minimally invasive or miniaturized healthcare technologies is that they greatly reduced the impact on the patient. Design and development of diagnostic devices is now being pursued in R&D labs, with ultra sensitive sensors converting sensed physiological processes into a recordable signal, captured by MEMS or NEMS systems.

MEMS and NEMS technologies will help insure the provision of efficient support for people to acquire a healthier lifestyle. However, the use of these technologies is currently focused mostly on sensing physiological factors. Acquiring a healthier lifestyle, instead, is a complex task which involves a much larger number of heterogeneous factors that can influence directly or indirectly the well-being of a person and his behavior (environmental conditions, mood, culture, etc). Most of these factors can be directly or indirectly monitored and changed.

Preventive and predictive medicine have become increasingly important, focusing on real-time monitoring and reaction to habits, in terms of eating patterns, physical exercises, smoking, drinking, drug therapy compliance, etc. However, such advanced monitoring is limited by the reduced availability of sensors and actuators fit for the purpose. Such sensors and actuators need to be invisible, non-invasive, low-cost and ubiquitous in order for consumers to accept well-being focused monitoring technologies in their daily life.

Moreover, current trends in the healthcare market and the recognition by public bodies that investments on prevention are the only way towards economical sustainability in the future, clearly show that today’s investments on sensors and actuators supporting these kind of services will have a significant payback in the future.

The “Healthcare and Well-being requirements for NEMS and MEMS” session aims at exploring a wide range of NEMS and MEMS based monitoring scenarios for healthier lifestyle support, from traditional body monitoring to personal monitoring and environmental monitoring, with discussions including system requirements, future applications and business perspectives.

TOPICS OF INTEREST INCLUDE (but are not limited to):
  • Clinical requirements for non-invasive micro or nano monitoring applications;
  • Sensing technologies for (bio)chemical and physical body processes monitoring;
  • Sensing technologies for behavioral patterns monitoring;
  • Sensing technologies for environmental factors monitoring;
  • Market trends and business perspectives for NEMS and MEMS monitoring technologies;

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Journal Submissions

Sensors & Transducers

On-line Journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’ (S&T e-Digest)

Selected proceedings papers in the Electronics and Microsystems Track (MEMS & NEMS, Sensors & Systems, Micro & Nano Fluidics symposia, and MSM conference) will be reviewed and invited into a Special Issue of the on-line journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’ (S&T e-Digest).

For consideration into this Special Issue of the on-line journal ‘Sensors & Transducers’, please select the “Submit to ‘Sensors & Transducers’ (S&T e-Digest)” button during the on-line submission procedure.

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