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8th International Symposium on Sensor Science

17/05/2021 - 28/05/2021

Bio Sensors, Physical Sensors, Sensor Applications
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Warmest congratulations on the success of the 8th International Symposium on Sensor Science (EI3S 2021). Many thanks for your participation.

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All accepted extended abstracts will be published as one dedicated volume in MDPI Engineering Proceedings (ISSN 2673-4591).

Participants are cordially invited to contribute with a full manuscript to our Special Issue "I3S 2021 Selected Papers" in the journal Sensors (submission deadline: 31 August 2021).

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Welcome from the Chairs

Gathering of the interdisciplinary community is necessary for synergistic development in the field of sensors and improvement of life quality. Updating the community on the most recent works and building new links between disciplines enables discussion and new collaborations.

This conference will bring together leading researchers, from both academia and industry, to share their recent findings on a range of topics related to Bio- and Nano-Sensors, Bioelectronics, Chemical Sensors, Physical Sensors, Sensor Applications, and Smart Systems. It will focus on significant advances in the area of sensorics, enabling increased sensitivity, portability, and connectivity. Therefore, the target participants for the proposed conference are experts in the sensors community while, at the same time, the conference is expected to be mutually beneficial for young researchers and students.

We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting meeting in Dresden.

I3S 2021 Conference Chairs

Please feel free to download our I3S 2021 Poster.

Sponsored By

Conference Secretariat

Fancy Chai
Matthew Han
Nora Zhang
Ella Li

E-mail: [email protected]

Conference Chairs

Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti

Institute for Materials Science and Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany

Dr. Larysa Baraban

Institute of Radiopharmaceutical Cancer Research, Helmholtz Center Dresden Rossendorf, Dresden, Germany

Invited Speakers

Prof. Dr. Luisa Torsi

Department of Chemistry, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy

DETAILS

analytical sensors; novel materials; organic and printable bio-electronics; organic filed-effect transistor

Research Keywords
analytical sensors; novel materials; organic and printable bio-electronics; organic filed-effect transistor

Professor Sergey A Piletsky

Department of Chemistry, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK

DETAILS

polymer chemistry and its use in biotechnology, medicine and analytical chemistry.

Research Keywords
polymer chemistry and its use in biotechnology, medicine and analytical chemistry.

Dr. Mario Caironi

Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Center for Nano Science and Technology, Milano. Italy

DETAILS

Printed and Molecular Electronics

Research Keywords
Printed and Molecular Electronics

Dr. Denys Makarov

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden, Germany

DETAILS

Flexible (magneto)electronics Printable sensorics Biocompatible wireless communication devices Shapeable magnetoelectronics Detection of magnetically functionalized objects in fluidics Magnetic rolled-up architectures Magneti

Research Keywords
Flexible (magneto)electronics Printable sensorics Biocompatible wireless communication devices Shapeable magnetoelectronics Detection of magnetically functionalized objects in fluidics Magnetic rolled-up architectures Magneti

Professor Arben Merkoçi

ICREA & Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Barcelona, Spain

DETAILS

His research is focused on the integration of biological molecules and other species with micro- and nanostructures of interest in the design of novel (bio)sensors.

Research Keywords
His research is focused on the integration of biological molecules and other species with micro- and nanostructures of interest in the design of novel (bio)sensors.

Professor Martin Kaltenbrunner

Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz, Linz, Austria

DETAILS

Physics; Electronic Engineering; Organic Electronics; Mechanical Engineering; Soft Active Materials

Research Keywords
Physics; Electronic Engineering; Organic Electronics; Mechanical Engineering; Soft Active Materials

Dr. Mariana Medina Sánchez

Institute for Integrative Nanosciences - IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany

DETAILS

Group Leader of Micro- and Nanobiomedical Engineering Group https://www.ifw-dresden.de/about-us/people/mariana-medina-sanchez/

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Group Leader of Micro- and Nanobiomedical Engineering Group https://www.ifw-dresden.de/about-us/people/mariana-medina-sanchez/

Professor Frieder Scheller

Molecular Enzymology, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany

DETAILS

Bioanalysis; biosensors; bioelectronics

Research Keywords
Bioanalysis; biosensors; bioelectronics

Professor Paolo Samorì

ISIS, University of Strasbourg & CNRS, France

DETAILS

https://isis.unistra.fr/nanochemistry-laboratory-paolo-samori/

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https://isis.unistra.fr/nanochemistry-laboratory-paolo-samori/

Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Hummel

Department of Otorhinolaryngology, TU Dresden, Germany

DETAILS

Professor Vladimir M. Mirsky

Department of Nanobiotechnology, Institute of Biotechnology, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany

DETAILS

Vladimir M. Mirsky is Professor of Nanobiotechnology at the Brandenburg University of Technologies in Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany. He graduated from Moscow Medical University in biophysics and went on to study physical chemistry and electrochemistry at the Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry, obtaining there his Ph.D. in 1986. He subsequently held an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship and a research position at CNRS prior to joining the Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Sensors and Biosensors at Regensburg University in 1995. After habilitation he became Professor of Nanobiotechnology and moved to Brandenburg. He is (co)editor of three books and two special issues. His work has led to about 20 patents and patent applications and over 150 scientific papers. Scientific activity of Prof. Mirsky is focused on the development of new chemical sensors (mainly, based on the surface plasmon resonance) and sensor-related surface technologies and materials.

Talk
Vladimir M. Mirsky is Professor of Nanobiotechnology at the Brandenburg University of Technologies in Cottbus - Senftenberg, Germany. He graduated from Moscow Medical University in biophysics and went on to study physical chemistry and electrochemistry at the Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry, obtaining there his Ph.D. in 1986. He subsequently held an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship and a research position at CNRS prior to joining the Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Sensors and Biosensors at Regensburg University in 1995. After habilitation he became Professor of Nanobiotechnology and moved to Brandenburg. He is (co)editor of three books and two special issues. His work has led to about 20 patents and patent applications and over 150 scientific papers. Scientific activity of Prof. Mirsky is focused on the development of new chemical sensors (mainly, based on the surface plasmon resonance) and sensor-related surface technologies and materials.

Committee

Advisory Committee

Prof. Ronald Tetzlaff
Chair of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Institute of Circuits and Systems
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering
TU Dresden, Germany

Scientific Committee

Prof. Dr. Luisa Torsi
Department of Chemistry, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy

Professor Sergey Piletsky
Department of Chemistry, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Maik Gude
Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany

Professor Arben Merkoçi
ICREA & Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Barcelona, Spain

Professor Martin Kaltenbrunner
Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz, Linz, Austria

Dr. Denys Makarov
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden, Germany
Dr. Stefano Mariani
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
Prof. Dr. Riccarda Antiochia
Department of Chemistry and Drug Technologies, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy
Prof. Dr. Vladimir M. Mirsky
Department of Nanobiotechnology, Faculty of Environment and Natural Sciences, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Dr. Luís Carlos Coelho
INESC Porto, Portugal
Prof. Dr. Sabato D'Auria
CNR ISA Avellino, Italy
Prof. Dr. Manuel Lopez-Amo Sainz
Public University of Navarra, Spain
Dr. Bruno Andò
University of Catania, Italy
Prof. Dr. Salvatore Graziani
University of Catania, Italy
Dr. Rogério Nogueira
Instituto de Telecomunicações de Aveiro, Portugal
Dr. Manel Del Valle
Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Hummel
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, TU Dresden, Germany

Dr. Mario Caironi
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Center for Nano Science and Technology, Milano, Italy

I3S 2021 Live online sessions Information

During the duration of the conference, a number of live online sessions will be programmed. Each session will consist on a speaker lecturing on a special topic, and will be moderated by a chair. During each session, the participants will have the possibility to ask questions during a Q&A session. Detailed information about the topics and dates will be shared soon.

The live sessions are charge for 50€ /participant. The authors who paid the submission registration fee will have priority for the registration (with extra cost 50 EUR) to the live online sessions with our keynote speakers.

I3S 2021 Live Session Program

Program Structure

20 May

09:00 AM (CEST)

21 May

09:00 AM (CEST)

1st Week

Opening Ceremony

Chairs:
Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Dr. Larysa Baraban

Invited Talk 1

Dr. Mariana Medina Sánchez

S1. Nano(bio)Sensors and Bioelectronics (Part 1)

S4. Sensor Applications and Smart Systems (Part 1)

S2.Chemical Sensors (Part 1)

Invited Talk 2

Dr. Mario Caironi

Invited Talk 3
Denys Makarov

Invited Talk 4

Vladimir Mirsky

S1. Nano(bio)Sensors and Bioelectronics (Part 2)

S6. Flexible and Stretchable Sensors

24 May

09:00 AM (CEST)

25 May

09:00 AM (CEST)

26 May

09:00 AM (CEST)

2nd Week

Invited Talk 5

Professor Sergey A Piletsky

Invited Talk 6

Prof. Dr. Luisa Torsi

Invited Talk 7

Professor Martin Kaltenbrunner

Invited Talk 8

Professor Paolo Samorì

Invited Talk 9

Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Hummel

Invited Talk 10

Professor Arben Merkoçi

S2. Chemical Sensors (Part 2)

S4. Sensor Applications and Smart Systems (Part 2)

S3. Physical Sensors

S5. Organic Sensors and Systems

Closing Remarks &
Award Ceremony

General Schedule

Live Session 1: Thursday 20 May 2021: 09:00 - 11:15 (CEST)
Live Session 2: Friday 21 May 2021: 09:00 - 11:30 (CEST)
Live Session 3: Monday 24 May 2021: 09:00 - 11:35 (CEST)
Live Session 4: Tuesday 25 May 2021: 09:00 - 11:35 (CEST)
Live Session 5: Wednesday 26 May 2021: 09:00 - 10:20 (CEST)/Closing Ceremony 10:20-11:00

The complete list of accepted submissions can be read in the full list of the submissions available at https://i3s2021dresden.sciforum.net/#submissions.

Detailed Program

Live Session 1: Thursday 20 May 2021

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9516177212671/WN_j9oqpTfmSCG6ujaVf703yg

09:00-09:05 Opening Ceremony
Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Dr. Larysa Baraban

09:05 – 09:30 Mariana Medina Sánchez : "Strain engineering: towards 3D ultracompact and high sensitive biosensing platforms" - Invited Lecture

Session 1: Nano(bio)Sensors and Bioelectronics
09:30 – 09:45 Bergoi Ibarlucea: "CuO-doped alginate for simple electrochemical Vitamin C sensing in sweat"
09:45 – 10:00 Luis Antonio Panes-Ruiz: "Detection of C-reactive protein by Liquid-gated Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors (LG-CNTFET): A promising tool against antibiotic resistance"

Session 4: Sensor Applications and Smart Systems
10:00 – 10:15 Meritxell Rovira: “Multisensing Wearable Technology For Sweat Biomonitoring”
10:15 – 10:30 Yazan Qarout: “Probabilistic Modelling for Unsupervised Analysis of Human Behaviour in Smart Cities”
10:30 – 10:45 Hiba Al-Assaad: “DEM embedding in GNSS-based navigation using a statistical modeling"
10:45 – 11:00 Salvatore Castorina: “A Novel Vision-Based Approach for the Analysis of Volcanic Ash Granulometry"

Session 2: Chemical Sensors
11:00-11:15 Julian Schütt: “Two orders of magnitude improvement in the detection limit of droplet-based micro-magnetofluidics with planar Hall Effect sensors"

Live Session 2: Friday 21 May 2021

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3916177214524/WN__9hVan4nT9qlBxgT1V1mjQ

Conference Chairs: Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Larysa Baraban

09:00 – 09:25 Mario Caironi : "Printed Electronics for Large-Area Sensors" - Invited Lecture
09:25-09:50 Denys Makarov : "Compliant magnetic field sensor technologies" - Invited Lecture

Session 6: Flexible and Stretchable Sensors
09:50-10:05 Denys Makarov: "Implantable Highly Compliant Devices for Heating of Internal Organs: Toward Cancer Treatment"

Session 1: Nano(bio)Sensors and Bioelectronics
10:05-10:20 Levan Ichkitidze: "Strain Sensor Based on the Biological Nanomaterial"
10:20-10:35 Riccarda Antiochia: "A novel electrochemical microneedle-based nanoporous gold sensor for real time L-ascorbic acid detection"

10:35-11:00 Vladimir Mirsky : "Plasmonic detection of particled analytes: a play between high analytical performance and fundamental limitations" - Invited Lecture

Session 6: Flexible and Stretchable Sensors
11:00-11:15 Yun-Soung Kim: "Ultralight, compact, and stretchable electronics for continuous and high-quality cardiac assessment in high user activities"
11:15-11:30 Antonia Georgopoulou: "A soft pneumatic actuator with integrated deformation sensing elements produced exclusively with extrusion based additive manufacturing"

Live Session 3: Monday 24 May 2021

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4816177215459/WN_gDPeFKUJTZ-T7ssz1SfalQ

Session Chair: Vladimir Mirsky

09:00 – 09:25 Sergey A Piletsky : "Towards generic sensor platform based on molecularly imprinted polymers " - Invited Lecture
09:25 – 09:50 Luisa Torsi : "Why a diffusing single-molecule can be detected in few minutes by a large capturing bioelectronic interface" - Invited Lecture

Session 2: Chemical Sensors
09:50-10:05 Alexander Croy: "Supramolecular Functionalized Pristine Graphene Utilizing A Bio-compatible Stabilizer Towards Ultra-sensitive Ammonia Detection"
10:05-10:20 Anwesha Mukherjee: "Palladium nanoparticles decorated electrostatically-formed nanowire sensor for high performance hydrogen gas detection"
10:20-10:35 Federico Bruno: "Fluorescent Carbon Nanodots as sensors of toxic metal ions and pesticides"
10:35-10:50 Laura Kasper: "Fix-Wavelength Multi-Analyte Detection with serial Silicon-on-Insulator Ring Resonators"
10:50-11:05 Arwa Laroussi: "Self-assembled monolayers from symmetrical di-thiols: preparation, characterization and application for the assembly of electrochemically active films"
11:05-11:20 Eleonora Pargoletti: "Disclosing the Sensitivity and Selectivity of Metal Oxide/Graphene Oxide-based Chemoresistors Towards VOCs"
11:20-11:35 Ibtihaj albalawi: "Development Of Multi-Parameter System Sensing For Environmental Monitoring "

Live Session 4: Tuesday 25 May 2021

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/6016177216334/WN_qoL0GXsFQX6e6mIZ8TYMIQ

Session Chair: Denys Makarov

09:00 – 09:25 Martin Kaltenbrunner : "Becoming Sustainable, The Next Frontier in Soft Electronics and Robotics" - Invited Lecture
09:25 – 09:50 Paolo Samorì : "Chemical and physical sensing with 2D materials" - Invited Lecture

Session 3: Physical Sensors
09:50-10:05 Alberto Battistel: "Ultra-wideband localization of pulmonary nodules during thoracoscopic surgery"
10:05-10:20 Andreas Tortschanoff: "Towards Integrated Plasmonic Gas-Sensors in the MWIR"

Session 5: Organic Sensors and Systems
10:20-10:35 Caroline Duc: "Polyaniline nanocomposites for hydrogen sulfide detection at ppb-level"
10:35-10:50 Pablo Corral González: "A Low-cost Visible Light Communications System Based on Organic Photodetection For Transmitting Images"
10:50-11:05 Gaia de Marzo: "Chitosan-based piezoelectric flexible and wearable patch for sensing physiological strain"
11:05-11:20 Dirk Mayer: "Using interdigitated organic electrochemical transistors as electrophysiological and biochemical sensors"

Live Session 5: Wednesday 26 May 2021

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/3016177217484/WN_JTqwe9JeRXus1x2Lmun5Tg

Conference Chairs: Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Larysa Baraban

09:00 – 09:25 Thomas Hummel : "The sense of smell: how it works, what it means" - Invited Lecture
09:25 – 09:50 Arben Merkoçi : "Graphene-based biosensors for diagnostics applications" - Invited Lecture

Session 4: Sensor Applications and Smart Systems
09:50-10:05 Paul David Carchipulla Morales: "Probabilistic analysis of the spatiotemporal variability of the Pugllohuma wetland using Synthetic Aperture Radar images of the Sentinel-1 Mission "
10:05-10:20 Manel del Valle: "Coupling of sensors and machine learning algorithms in the qualitative analysis of wine"

10:20 – 11:00 Closing Ceremony & Awards Remarks
Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Dr. Larysa Baraban

I3S 2021 Poster Program

The Poster Panel will open during the conference (17 - 26 May 2021). You will be invited to check all the published poster at the Poster Panel section at any time during the conference. You can access each poster by clicking on its title, to check or download its presentations, save your favourites in your Sciforum profile by using the ‘Bookmark’ option, and most of all, share your thoughts and comments with your peers in the Comments Section at the end of the page.

Poster Panel

SENSING OF NICKEL(II) IONS BY IMMOBILIZING LIGANDS AND USING DIFFERENT SPEs Development of A Mechanical Digital Microfluidic Immunoassay with Glass Microspheres Modifications of the PAMONO-sensor help to size and quantify low number of individual biological and non-biological nano-particles Theory and Modeling of Eddy-Current Type Inductive Conductivity Sensors for Salinity Measurement
Prototyping platform for laser-based sensor technologies: Inspection of conversion coatings on alumina Measurement of PM10 and PM2.5 using SAW sensors-based Rayleigh wave and Love wave Radar-based detection and classification of vulnerable road users The effect of measurement trends in belt breathing sensors
Wearable xAI: a knowledge-based federated learning framework Evaluation of the electrochromic response of polypyrrole in the presence of CO2 in the solution Implantable blood pressure sensors with an analogic thermal drift compensation Detection of Breath Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease using Quartz Tuning Forks Based Gas Sensors
Metabolic rate monitoring using Quartz tuning fork based Sensors Small force sensor to measure the three components of the ground reaction forces in mice Flexible piezoelectric sensor for podiatric applications with wireless communication Design of Wireless and Traceable Sensors for Internally Illuminated Photoreactors
ZnO/RGO Heterojunction based near Room temperature Alcohol Sensor with Improved Efficiency Low-Frequency Magnetic Localization of Capsule Endoscopes with an Integrated Coil Design and simulations of 2D planar antenna for dielectric characterization of biological samples Simulating Defects in Environmental Sensor Networks Using Stochastic Sensor Models
Low-Cost WASN for Real-Time Soundmap Generation in a Active-Aging Smart-Home System Architecture for IIoT-based POC Molecular Diagnostic Device Cost-effective multiplex real-time PCR chip system using open platform camera Electrochemical and hydrodynamic characterization of a 3D-printed electrochemical flow-cell
Polymer-Modified Quartz Tuning Forks for Breath Biomarker Sensing Uncertainty Analysis for Low-Cost Transformer Type Inductive Conductivity Sensors

Development of A Flexible Pressure Sensor Array with Only 2 I/O Ports to Distinguish Object Hardness

LATE-PCR for LoC molecular diagnostics devices and its application to the sensitive detection of SARS-CoV-2
Failure Analysis of Wire Bonding on Strain Gauge Contact Pads using FIB, SEM and Elemental Mapping Multiple Camera Fluorescence Detection for Real Time PCR A washable silver-printed textile electrode for electrocardiography (ECG) monitoring

A study of visible-blind properties of a SnO2’s nanowires network photodetector

Non-monotonic sensor behavior of carbon particle-filled textile strain sensors

Evaluating Techniques for Joining Piezo-Electric Elements on Test Structures for Performing Vibration-Based Measurement Methods

Optical and sensing properties of thin films from Na-X zeolites synthesized from fly ash. Flexible SERS Sensors based on Carbon Nanomaterials-Supported Au Nanostructures
Development of enzymatic biosensors to detect biocides disinfectants to strengthen self-monitoring in industry Carrier mobility in semiconductors at very low temperatures Evaluation system of open platform cameras for bio-imaging A soft pneumatic actuator with integrated deformation sensing elements produced exclusively with extrusion based additive manufacturing

Computer support of analysis optical spectra measurements Possibility Non-Invasive Detection Magnetic Particles in Biological Objects Hardware passwords manager based on biometric authentication

Electrical Control of the Receptor Affinity


ZnO Low-Dimensional Thin Films Used as a Potential Material for Water Treatment Needleless Electrospun Magnetic Carbon Nanofiber Mats for Sensor Applications Highly sensitive silicon nanowire biosensor devices for the investigation of UniCAR platform in immunotherapy Impedance characterization of particles one by one using a nanosensor electronic platform

Integration of an optical setup for the characterization of near-infrared detectors used in ground and space-based astronomy Investigation of the Thermally Generated Au and Ag Nanoislands for SERS and LSPR Applications Tungsten Oxide based Hydrogen Gas Sensor Prepared by Advanced Magnetron Sputtering Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy (BIS) Monitoring of Lettuce during 19 Hours

Enriching low-density terrain maps from satellite with autonomous robots data Photonic Biosensor for Label-Free Detection Based on Photonic Nanostructures on Si-Waveguide Ring Resonator Aerial cooperative SLAM for ground mobile robot path planning Acetone Bio-Sniffer (Gas-Phase Biosensor) for Monitoring of Human Volatile Using Enzymatic Reaction of Secondary Alcohol Dehydrogenase

Low Cost, High Sensitivity Detection of Waterborne Al3+ Cations and F- Anions Via the Fluorescence Response of a Morin Derivative Dye A high-resolution fully inkjet printed resonant mass sensor. Method and Sensory System for Determination of the Liquids Surface Tension

Development of a metrological atomic force microscope system with improved signal quality


Optoelectronic sensory system for Raman spectromicroscopes Design and Potential Analysis of an Eddy Current Sensor for Inductive Conductivity Measurement in Fluids FLIM indicators for quantitative measurement of рН Recognizing Eating Activities in Free-living Environment using Consumer Wearable Sensors

List of accepted submissions (110)

Id Title Authors Presentation Video Presentation Pdf
sciforum-029643

A High-Resolution Fully Inkjet Printed Resonant Mass Sensor


Bruno Ando, Ruben Crispino, Salvatore Baglio, Vincenzo Marletta

Submitted: 27 Jan 2020

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Bruno Ando, Ruben Crispino, Salvatore Baglio, Vincenzo Marletta N/A Poster PDF Show Abstract
sciforum-029928 A Low-Cost Visible Light Communications System Based on Organic Photodetection for Transmitting Images Pablo Corral González, Fernando Rodríguez-Mas, José Luis Alonso, Juan Carlos Ferrer, Susana Fernández de Ávila N/A N/A Show Abstract
sciforum-030742 A Novel Microneedle Biosensor Based on Lignin Nanoparticles for Real Time Monitoring of Glucose

Cristina Tortolini, Sanjiv Sharma, Anthony Cass, Raffaele Saladino, Riccarda Antiochia

Submitted: 21 Feb 2020

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Cristina Tortolini, Sanjiv Sharma, Anthony Cass, Raffaele Saladino, Riccarda Antiochia N/A N/A Show Abstract
sciforum-029639

A Novel Vision-Based Approach for the Analysis of Volcanic Ash Granulometry


Bruno Andò, Salvatore Baglio, Vincenzo Marletta, Salvatore Castorina

Submitted: 27 Jan 2020

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Bruno Andò, Salvatore Baglio, Vincenzo Marletta, Salvatore Castorina N/A Poster PDF Show Abstract
sciforum-043200 A Novel, Reliable and Real-time Solution for Triage and Unique Identification of Victims of Mass Casualty Incidents

Fay Misichroni, Angelos Stamou, Paul Kuqo, Nikolaos Tousert, Anastasios Rigos, Evangelos Sdongos, Angelos Amditis

Submitted: 26 Jan 2021

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Fay Misichroni, Angelos Stamou, Paul Kuqo, Nikolaos Tousert, Anastasios Rigos, Evangelos Sdongos, Angelos Amditis N/A N/A Show Abstract

Registration

The registration fee for all authors: 50€ per each accepted archival/conference paper. The registration fee includes the publication of your paper in Sciforum and in a dedicated issue of the journal Engineering Proceedings (ISSN 2673-4591), and priority for the registration (with extra cost 50 EUR) to the live online sessions with our keynote speakers.

The registration fee for participants: 50€ per participant. It's optional but necessary if you would like to join the live session during I3S 2021.

Finally, only registered authors will be able to apply for the Conference Awards, and the 20% discount on the publication fees for the Sensors Special Issue.

Participation to the conference is considered final only once the registration fee has been paid. Registration by at least one author per paper, denoted as Covering Author, is required to cover participation and publication of any accepted paper. Covering Author registration deadline is 10 May 2021. Your abstract and paper will be withdrawn if you do not complete the registration by this date.

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The 8th International Symposium on Sensor Science will accept:

  1. A 200-word abstract in English for the booklet (electronic version) and
  2. A min 2-pages and max 4-pages extended abstract for the proceedings (PDF format), with Title, Affiliations, Abstract, Introduction, Results and Conclusions (with Figures and/or Tables) and References.
  3. About Poster presentation:
    If the abstract is accepted for Poster Presentation, the author will be invited to submit a poster presentation file (PDF). Please send your Poster PDF file to [email protected] before 19 April 2021 and follow the poster instructions: 1)The poster should be in PDF format 2)The minimum size for images is 148 mm × 210 mm (horizontal × vertical) at 300 dpi. 3)The content of the poster should be a comprehensive presentation of your accepted submission. 4) No copyright issues with any elements in the poster.
  4. About Oral presentation
    The slot for Oral presentation is 15 mins. We would advise preparing your presentation for a maximum of 10-12 mins to leave at least 3 mins for Q&A. The video of your presentation should be saved in mp4 format – this will be used in case of a bad connection.
To present your research at the event
  • Create an account on Sciforum if you do not have one, then click on New Submission on the upper-right corner of the window OR click on Submit Abstract on the Conference website.
  • Indicate which thematic area is best suited for your research.
  • Submit a 200-word abstract in English - the word limits are minimum 150 words and maximum 250 words.
  • The deadline to submit your abstract is 30 January 2020 26 January 2021. You will be notified by 02 March 2021 regarding the acceptance for poster presentation.
  • Upon submission, you can select if you also wish to be considered for oral presentation. Following assessment by the Chairs, you will be notified by 02 March 2021 in a separate email whether your contribution has been accepted for oral online presentation.
  • After the short abstract be accepted, you could submit a min 2-pages and max 4-pages extended abstract for the proceedings (download the template here), with Title, Affiliations, Abstract, Introduction, Results and Conclusions (with Figures and/or Tables) and References. This can be submitted in word format at any time prior to the conference. Please carefully read the rules outlined in the 'Instructions for Authors' on the journal website and ensure that your manuscript submission adheres to these guidelines.
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  • Note: in order to finalize the scientific program in due time, at least one registration by any of the authors, denoted as Covering Author, is required to cover the presentation and publication of any accepted abstract. Covering Author registration deadline is 10 April 2021.
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Winner Announcement

On behalf of the chairs of I3S 2021, we are pleased to announce the winners of the Best Poster Awards and Best Oral Presentation Awards:

The Best Poster Awards have been awarded to

- "Flexible SERS Sensors Based on Carbon Nanomaterials-Supported Au Nanostructures" (Authors: Wenbo Xin*, Rong Yang, Weichen Fang, Xiao Zuo, Igor M. De Rosa)
- "Radar-Based Detection and Classification of Vulnerable Road Users" (Authors: Tetiana Lavrenko*, Timo Gessler, Jonas Breuninger, Thomas Walter, Hubert Mantz)

The Best Poster Awards consist of 300 EUR each.

The Best Oral Presentation Awards have been awarded to

- "Ultralight, Compact, and Stretchable Electronics for Continuous and High-Quality Cardiac Assessment in High User Activities"
Presenter: Yun-Soung Kim
(Authors: Yun-Soung Kim, Musa Mahmood, Ho-Joong Kim, Woon-Hong Yeo*)
- "Coupling of Sensors and Machine Learning Algorithms in the Qualitative Analysis of Wine"
Presenter: Manel del Valle
(Authors: Anna Herrera-Chacon, Inmaculada Campos, Andreu Gonzàlez-Calabuig, Mireia Torres, Manel del Valle*)

The Best Oral Presentation Awards consists of 500 EUR each.

The prizes mentioned above are sponsored by Sensors.

Moreover, the Organizer, the Dresden University of Technology (TUD), offers two additional local awards to TUD participants specially:

Best Oral Award (TUD):

- "Detection of C-reactive protein by Liquid-gated Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors (LG-CNTFET): A promising tool against antibiotic resistance"
Presenter: Luis Antonio Panes-Ruiz
(Authors: Luis Antonio Panes-Ruiz*, Tom Stückemann, Leif Riemenschneider, Markus Löffler, Viktor Bezugly*, Gianaurelio Cuniberti)

Best Poster Award (TUD):

- "Highly Sensitive Silicon Nanowire Biosensor Devices for the Investigation of UniCAR Platform in Immunotherapy" (Authors: Trang Anh Nguyen*, Diana Sandoval Bojorquez, Arnau Roig, Bergoi Ibarlucea, Anja Feldmann, Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Michael Bachmann, Larysa Baraban)

The Awards
Best Oral Presentation Awards (2)
The Awards will consist of 500 EUR each.
Best Poster Awards (2)
The Awards will consist of 300 EUR each.

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