Highlights from IEEE Sensors 2016
*IEEE SENSORS 2016 is the flagship conference of the IEEE Sensors Council, an organization currently consisting of 25 IEEE member societies.
*IEEE SENSORS 2016 showcased high quality technical presentations on a broad range of multidisciplinary topics related to sensors and sensor applications.
*IEEE SENSORS 2016 attracted over 1049 abstracts from over 45 different countries .
*There were attendees from 42 different countries at IEEE SENSORS 2016.
*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 2017 will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, UK - Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2017. In 2018, IEEE SENSORS 2018 will be held in New Delhi, India.
*LIVE DEMOS were again a very popular addition to the technical program - VIEW VIDEOS HERE
Student Paper Award winners:
1st Place Poster
Bio-Inspired Frequency Agile Acoustic System
José Guerreiro, University of Strathclyde
1st Place Lecture
Study of a Silicon Parallel Plate Capacitor As a Dew Point Sensor
Jochen Stehle, Robert Bosch LLC
2nd Place Poster
Three Axis Capacitive Touch Sensor for Clinical Breast Examination Training
Jayer Fernandes, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2nd Place Lecture
Rapid Detection of Theophylline Using Aptamer-Based Nanopore Thin Film Sensor
Silu Feng, Iowa State University
3rd Place Poster
Ultraviolet Led Based Compact and Fast Cortisol Detector with Ultra High Sensitivity
Raju Sinha, FIU
3rd Place Lecture
All-Soft Sensing Platform Based on Liquid Metal for Liquid- and Gas-Phase VOC Detection
Min-gu Kim, Georgia Insitute of Technology
Live Demo Award Winners:
1st Place Demo Winner
"Femto-to-Macro Scale Interdisciplinary Sensing with Tensioned Metastable Fluid Detectors"
Rusi Taleyarkhan, Purdue University
2nd Place Demo Winner
"A 1024-Pixel CMOS Multi-Modality Sensing Array for Cell-Based Assays"
Jong Seok Park, Georgia Institute of Technology
3rd Place Demo Winner
"High-Definition Wireless Personal Area Tracking Using AC Magnetic Field"
Mohit Singh, Purdue University