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Best Student Paper Award

Best Poster Award Competition

The IEEE SENSORS 2010 Conference announces the Best Poster Award Competition to recognize excellence among its participants. The Best Poster Award will be presented at this year's conference in Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA.

The Technical Program Committee will select the best three (3) presented posters during the poster session and all posters will be reviewed for these honors. The announcement and prizes will be awarded at the banquet on Wednesday, November 3.

If you have questions, please contact: info@ieee-sensors2010.org.

Previous winners of the IEEE SENSORS Conference Best Poster Competition are:


First Place
Paper Title:"Study Of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (Sers) within Hollow Core Photonic Crystal Fiber"
V. Tiwari, A. Khetani, M. Naji, H. Anis
University of Ottawa, CANADA

Second Place
Paper Title:"Piezoresistive Cmos Sensors for Out-Of-Plane Shear Stress"
M. Baumann, B. Lemke, P. Ruther, O. Paul
University of Freiburg (IMTEK), GERMANY

Third Place
Paper Title:"Visualization And Measurement of Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in Hydrodynamic Flow Focusing"
V. Nock, R.J. Blaikie
MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, NEW ZEALAND


First Place
Paper Title:"A Novel Micro Optical Probe for Early Diagnosis of Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Cancers"
A. Garcia-Uribe1, K.C. Balareddy1, J. Zou1, K.K. Wang2 and L.V. Wang3
1Texas A&M University, USA, 2Mayo Clinic, USA, 3Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Second Place
Paper Title:"Electrospun TiO2 Gas Sensors"
O. Landau, A. Rothschild, and E. Zussman
Technion, ISRAEL

Third Place
Paper Title:"Quantum Dots Coatings Inside Photonic Crystal Fibers For Temperature Sensing"
J. Arigita, B. Larrion, J. Bravo, M. Hernaez, I.R. Matias, and F.J. Arregui
Universidad Publica de Navarra, SPAIN

IEEE SENSORS 2007, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

First Place
Paper Title:"Using Magneto-Inductive Sensors to Detect Tongue Position in a Wireless Assistive Technology for People with Severe Disabilities"
X. Huo1, J. Wang2, and M. Ghovanloo1
1Georgia Institute of Technology, USA and 2North Carolina State University, USA

Second Place
Paper Title:"Ultra Low Power Mox Sensors with Ppb-Level Voc Detection Capabilities"
I. Elmi, S. Zampolli, E. Cozzani, M. Passini, G. Pizzochero, G.C. Cardinali, and M. Severi
CNR - IMM Bologna, ITALY

Third Place
Paper Title:"An Electromagnetically Actuated Micromachined Loudspeaker for Hearing Aids Applications"
S.-S. Je and J. Chae
Arizona State University, USA


Paper Title:"Flexible Glucose Sensor Using Biocompatible Polymers"
Authors: H. Kudo, T. Sawada, M.X. Chu, T. Saito, K. Otsuka, Y. Iwasaki, and K. Mitsubayashi
Tokyo Medica and Dental University, JAPAN

Paper Title:"Sensitive and Selective Photo Acoustic Gas Sensor Suitable for High Volume Manufacturing"
Authors: K. Schjolberg-Henriksen1, A. Ferber1, O. Schulz2, S. Moe1, D.T. Wang1, M. Lloyd3, K.-H. Suphan4, R.W. Berstein1, H. Rogne1, and G. Mu2
1SINTEF ICT, NORWAY, 2European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company, GERMANY, 3Farside Technology, UK, 4Micro-Hybrid Electronic GmbH, GERMANY

Paper Title:"Integrated CMOS-Based Sensor Array for Mechanical Stress Mapping"
Authors: P. Ruther, J. Bartholomeyczik, S. Kibbel, T. Scheib, and O. Paul
University of Freiburg - IMTEK, GERMANY

Paper Title:"A Palm-Sized Gas-Chromatographic System for Sub-ppb VOC Detection in Air Quality Monitoring Applications"
Authors: S. Zampolli, I. Elmi, G.C. Cardinali, L. Masini, A. Zani, M. Severi, P. Betti and E. Dalcanale
University of Parma, ITALY

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