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Sensors Day 2017

Sensors Day 2017

A showcase of multidisciplinary sensor research

Robinson College
University of Cambridge
20 October 2017

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Sensors Day 2017 will showcase highlights of sensor research and applications from all areas of science and technology. This year we have a diverse field of speakers covering the nano, micro and macro scale of sensing, from nanotechnology to humans and robots.

Programme

The full programme can be found here.

Speakers

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Allard Mosk
Utrecht University

Open channels in scattering media: Seeing the light inside

Marina Kuimova
Imperial College London

Mapping microscopic viscosity and temperature using molecular rotors 

Ljiljana Fruk
University of Cambridge

Chemistry in the age of bio-nano hybrids and sensing devices

Tuomas Knowles

Tuomas Knowles
University of Cambridge

Probing proteins in small volumes

Hatice Gunes
University of Cambridge

Human behaviour sensing for social robotics

Julie MacPherson
University of Warwick

Can we develop commercially viable diamond electrode technology for chemical sensing?

Ozgur B. Akan

Ozgur Akan
University of Cambridge

Internet of Everything - From Molecules to The Universe

Beatrix Schlarb-RidleyAndrew Fleming   

 

Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley and Andrew Fleming
British Antarctic Survey

Sensors in Polar Science and Operations

Sensor Team Challenge

The Sensor CDT's 2016-7 MRes cohort was set the challenge to develop a cell-free sensor platform to detect arsenic in drinking water. The students will present their results from the Team Challenge project at the conference and will run a live demonstration of the technology developed during the session intervals.

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.

Please use the abstract template and submit to .

The deadline for submitting a poster abstract is 15 October 2017.

For further information please contact the .


Sensors student showcase

This year, in addition to Sensors Day we are running a Sensor CDT PhD showcase event on 19th October. This is an exciting opportunity for PhD student participants to network and  exchange ideas and research findings with their peers. We encourage PhD participants to sign up for the showcase event. Full details can be found here.


 

Registration

Please register here.

Fees:

Students, researchers, academics £10
Industry delegates, other £100

Fee includes lunch and refreshments

Sponsors

 

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