“You know, yesterday at a session I heard a couple interesting ideas that I will definitely try now in my lab. If I hadn't come here - I usually go to my society’s Conference on Chemical Sensors – I wouldn’t have learned those things. This conference is so good in this respect – it connects people from different communities with interests in sensing.”
-From a coffee break conversation at the IEEE SENSORS 2011 Conference, Limerick, Ireland

HIghlights from IEEE Sensors 2012

*IEEE SENSORS 2012 is the flagship conference of the IEEE Sensors Council, an organization currently consisting of 25 IEEE member societies.

*IEEE SENSORS 2012 showcased high quality technical presentations on a broad range of multidisciplinary topics related to sensors and sensor applications.

*Taipei, Taiwan was the host city for the 11th annual conference.

*IEEE SENSORS 2012 attracted over 1080 abstracts from over 45 different countries.

*There were attendees from 42 different countries at IEEE SENSORS 2011.

*Special thanks to all of our Patrons and Exhibitors!

*IEEE SENSORS rotates globally on a 3 year cycle;  Europe/Africa, Asia-Pacific, Americas. IEEE SENSORS 2013 will be held in Baltimore, MD, USA - Nov. 3-6, 2013.

Student Paper Award winners:

1st Place

A Fully-Differential CMOS-MEMS Resonator Integrated with an On-Chip Amplifier

Vinayak Pachkawade, National Tsing Hua University

2nd Place

Ambient-RF-Energy-Harvesting Sensor Node with  Capacitor-Leakage-Aware Duty Cycle Control

Ryo Shigeta, The University of Tokyo

3rd Place (Tie)

Fabrication of Microfluidic Neural Probes with In-Channel Electrodes

Dominik Moser, University of Freiburg

3rd Place (Tie)

An Ultra-low Noise Switched Capacitor Transimpedance Amplifier for Parallel Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Yingying Tang, Carnegie Mellon University

Important Dates

21 May 2012 Abstract Submission Deadline
10 Aug 2012 Final Full Paper Submission(4 Pages)
10 Aug 2012 Presenting Author and Early Bird Registration Deadline