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Sensors Day 2016

Sensors Day 2016

A showcase of interdisciplinary sensor research

Churchill College
University of Cambridge
14 October 2016

The Sensors Day 2016 will showcase highlights of sensor research and applications across a wide area of science and technology. Speakers from academia and industry will be covering exciting interdisciplinary sensor developments. The second cohort of Sensor CDT students will present their open source high resolution 3D imaging system, developed during this year's Sensor Team Challenge.

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Themes

Sensor technologies &
applications
Metrology &
characterisation
  • Sensors and imaging at the interface of biophysics, bioengineering and imaging
  • Applications in cancer detection, neuroscience and nanotechnology
  • Gas sensor technology and applications for environmental monitoring
  • Extracting intelligent location information from the Internet of Things
  • Industrial and academic perspective
  • The science of accurate temperature measurements
  • Improving the understanding of nanomaterials using sensors

 

Speakers (click to view abstracts)


Timothy O'Leary
Engineering
University of Cambridge


Tijmen Euser

Physics
University of Cambridge


Sarah Bohndiek

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute


Stephan Hofmann

Engineering
University of Cambridge


Florin Udrea
CCSCamutronics
University of Cambridge


Clive Oppenheimer
Geography
University of Cambridge


Paul Webster

Ubisense 


Michael de Podesta
NPL

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Lars Hufnagel
EMBL Heidelberg

CDT student presentation

The Sensor CDT students will present their results from the Team Challenge project to develop an Optical Projection Tomography system.

Poster submission

This is an exciting opportunity to present your sensor research to leading figures in the field from academia and industry. A prize for the best poster will be awarded at the Sensors Day.

To submit, please include the following in an email to admin@sensors.cam.ac.uk:

  • Poster title
  • Authors
  • Affiliation (Department/University)
  • Abstract (200 words max)

The deadline for submitting a poster abstract has been extended until 5 October 2016.

For further information please contact the .

Sponsored by:      

Hamamatsu      Andor     NPL  

RS publishing

Please register here.

Registration fee:

Students, researchers and academics rate £10
Industry delegate rate £100

Fee includes lunch and refreshments.


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Why attend Sensors Day 2016?


Taking inspiration…

"Seeing the diversity of the field illuminated from so many angles… There were outstanding discussions throughout… Lots of intermingling evident… A great conference!"

Delegate, Sensors Day 2015


 

Joining the dots…

"There were many occasions where tangential interests emerged between two seemingly unconnected fields, e.g. image analysis algorithms to track people, or cars, developed in the Engineering departments could be very useful to our work in organism imaging."

Delegate, Sensors Day 2015


 

The next generation…

"The student presentations were particularly inspiring, they were of outstanding quality.  I was impressed to see what students could achieve in the team."

Delegate, Sensors Day 2015