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T3S5: Advanced Sensors for Energy, Environment and Health Applications

Register for 11th CMCEE


Ceramic technologies for sustainable development


This symposium will be devoted to recent developments in materials, methods, and materials integration into appropriately designed devices for measurement of single or multiple analytes over a range of temperatures and concentrations, ranging from subambient to high temperatures and from micro-molar to several tens of percent, respectively. The sensor could be electrochemical, semiconducting, impedimetric, amperometric, capacitive, optical, acoustic, piezoelectric, or a combination of these and any others. The sensors could be invasive or noninvasive type for improving safety, security, and health. Papers focusing on signal processing, mechanisms, kinetics, modeling, simulation, new materials, including metals, ceramics and polymers, heterojunctions at the nanoscale, new paradigms in chemical sensing, nanomaterials using nanoparticles, graphene, CNTs, MEMS / CMOS platform, sensors on-a-chip, manufacturing, and packaging of sensors are welcome. 


Proposed session topics:

  • Chemical and biochemical sensors
  • Sensor materials, methods, mechanisms
  • Emerging materials, technologies, and future challenges
  • Sensors for safety, security, and health
  • Sensors for environmental monitoring and in-line process diagnostics
  • Sensors for extreme, corrosive, and harsh environments
  • Sensors for marine, mines, and space applications
  • Sensor reliability and reproducibility
  • Wireless technologies for remote sensing, monitoring, and actions
  • Sensor manufacturing, packaging, and integration
  • Data acquisition and real-time process monitoring, evaluation, feedback, and control
  • Theory, modeling and simulation 


  • Girish Kale, University of Leeds, UK
  • Sheikh Akbar, Ohio State University, USA
  • Yasuhiro Shimizu, Nagasaki University, Japan
  • Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne, Germany
  • Jong-Huen Lee, Korea University, Korea
  • R. Vasant Kumar, University of Cambridge, UK
  • J.A. Varela, FAPESP, Brazil 


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