Sensors and Applications

Jin-Woo Park Yonsei University South Korea
Wearable physical and chemical sensors for health monitoring

H. C. Ong Chinese University of Hong Kong China
Spin based plasmonics for sensing and color routing

Shigeyuki Imura NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories Japan
Low dark current crystalline selenium-based photodiodes with high quality tellurium nucleation layer for image sensors

Owen J. Guy Swansea University UK
Integrated graphene biosensors

Tsuyoshi Minami University of Tokyo Japan
Molecular Self-Assembled Supramolecular Sensor Arrays

Andrew Abell University of Adelaide and Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics Australia
Fluorophore-nanodiamond hybrid sensors for photostable imaging and orthogonal on-demand biosensing

Anurag Srivastava Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management India
Detecting Toxicity in Environment using few monolayers

Min-Cherl Jung Nara Institute of Science and Technology Japan
New application possibility in organometal halide perovskite: THz-sensing device

R.K. Dutta Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee India
Quantum dots for quantitative sensing ultra trace concentrations of hazardous substances

Dong Wang Kyushu University Japan
Direct band gap electroluminescence and photo detection in asymmetric metal/Ge/metal diodes

Oleg Kononenko Institute of Microelectronics Technology and High Purity Materials Russia
Carbon nanomaterials based on graphene for magnetic field sensors

Samaresh Das Indian Institute of Technology Delhi India
Room temperature efficient selective gas sensors

Yu Liu Jiangnan University China
Additive Manufacturing of Polymeric Meso-scale Components: from Structure Fabrication to Embedded Sensing Design

Hongwei Zhu Tsinghua University China
Graphene-based sensing for IoT applications

Do Young Kim Oklahoma State University USA
Organic near-IR photodetector with IR sensitivity beyond 1.1 µm

Zhengtao Zhu South Dakota School of Mines and Technology USA
Electrospun nanomaterials for wearable sensors

Xiaosheng Fang Fudan University China
Low-dimensional nanostructures based photodetectors

Hiroshi Watanabe National Chiao Tung University Taiwan
On possibility that AC can improve the performance of electronic biosensing