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IMCS 2016 - The 16th International Meeting
on Chemical Sensors July 10 (Sun) ~ 13(Wed), 2016 / Ramada Plaza Jeju, Jeju Island, Korea

Invited Speakers

As of Today

  • Chemical Sensors in Medical Technologies: Chances and Challenges
    Kathy Sahner
    • CV

    Kathy SAHNER (Bosch Healthcare Solutions GmbH, Germany)

  • Chemical Sensing using Miniaturized Chemical Measurement Instrumentation
    J. Michael Ramsey
    • CV

    J. Michael RAMSEY (University of North Carolina, United States)

  • Exploring New Operating Principles for the Innovation of Solid State Electrochemical Gas Sensors
    C. O. Park
    • CV

    Chongook PARK (KAIST, Korea)

As of Today

  • Ceramic Gas Sensors to Oxide Nano-heterostructures: A Materials Design
    Sheikh A. Akbar
    • CV

    Sheikh A. AKBAR (Ohio State University, USA)

  • High Performance Gas Sensor Based on Si MOSFETs
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    • CV

    Jong-Ho LEE(Seoul National University, Korea)

  • Highly Sensitive Microsensors and Pretreatment Methods for Water Quality Monitoring
    Shanhong-Xia
    • CV

    Shanhong XIA (Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

  • Design Rules for Nanogap-Based Hydrogen Gas Sensors
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    • CV

    Wooyoung LEE (Yonsei University, Korea)

  • Olfactory Display and Its Application
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    • CV

    Takamichi NAKAMOTO(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

  • Disease Diagnosis based on Exhaled Breath Gas Detection
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    • CV

    Il-Doo KIM (KAIST, Korea)

  • Hybrid of Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO) with Metal Oxides for Chemiresitive-type Gas Sensors at Low Temperatures
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    • CV

    Xiao-gan LI (Dalian University of Technology, China)

  • Odorant Binding Protein Sensors for Volatile Chemical
    Krishna PERSAUD
    • CV

    Krishna PERSAUD (University of Manchester, UK)

  • Nanostructured Metal Oxide Based Hydrogen Sensor
    No IMG
    • CV

    Ahsanulhaq QURASHI
    (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Dhahran Saudi Araia, Saudi Arabia)

  • Bio-inspired Solutions for Chemical Sensor Data Analysis
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    • CV

    Eugenio MARTINELLI (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)

  • Gas Sensing with SMOX based Devices: Reconsidering the Basic Concepts
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    Nicolae BARSAN (University of Tuebingen, Germany)

  • Graphene and Transition Metal Disulfides for Chemoresistive Sensors
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    Ho Won JANG (Seoul National University, Korea)

  • Sensing and Imaging of Cellular Oxygen with Phosphorescent Nanosensors
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    • CV

    Dmitri PAPKOVSKY (University College Cork, Ireland)

  • Breath Analysis Using Sensor Systems for Health Care and Medical Applications
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    • CV

    Woosuck SHIN (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan)

  • Information Driven Design for Arrays of Nonspecific Chemical Sensors
    Kevin JOHNSON
    • CV

    Kevin JOHNSON (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)

  • Acetone Sensors Based on Nanostructure of Spinel Type Semiconducting Oxides
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    • CV

    Geyu LU (Jilin University, China)

  • Noble Metal (Pt or Au)-loaded Metal-oxide Electrodes for Potentiometric CO Sensors Using an Anion-conducting Polymer As an Electrolyte
    Takeo Hyodo
    • CV

    Takeo HYODO (Nagasaki University, Japan)

  • Simple and Rapid Biosensing System Based on Manipulation Techniques of Particles and Cells
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    • CV

    Tomoyuki YASUKAWA (University of Hyogo, Japan)

  • A Prototype Hydrogen Gas Sensors in Harsh Environments, Especially for Severe Accidents of Nuclear Power Plants, by Using Pt-Ti-o Gate Si-MISFETs
    No IMG
    • CV

    Toshiyuki USAGAWA (Hitachi, Ltd., R&D Group , Japan)

  • High Performance of Metal Oxide Semiconductor Gas Sensors Under Humid Condition: Approach from Materials Design
    No IMG
    • CV

    Kengo SHIMANOE (Faculty of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan)

  • Development of a NOx Gas Sensors for Exhaust
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    • CV

    Jean-Paul VIRICELLE (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines, France)

  • Ceramic Mixed Potential Sensors for Engine Emissions Control and Diagnostics
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    • CV

    Fernando GARZON(University of New Mexico, USA)

  • New Avenues for the Development of Carbon Nanomaterials-Based Electrochemical (Bio)
    Sensors
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    • CV

    Gustavo RIVAS (Cordoba National University, Argentina)

  • The Research Progress of Bio-hybrid Smell and Taste Sensors
    Ping WANG
    • CV

    Ping WANG (Zhejiang University, China)

  • CMOS Integrated Multi Gas Sensing Nanodevices
    Anton KOECK
    • CV

    Anton KOECK (Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH (MCL), Austria)

  • Electrochemical Techniques for Smart Microanalytical Devices
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    • CV

    Hiroaki SUZUKI (Tsukuba University, Japan)

  • Digital Nanosensor Array with Fast Scanning Surface Plasmon Microscopy
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    • CV

    Chii-Wann LIN (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

  • Suspended MEMS and Nanomaterials for Gas Sensing
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    • CV

    Jongbaeg KIM (Yonsei University, Korea)

  • Semi-Qutitative and Quantitative Analysis of Chemicals at Trace Levels using Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering
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    • CV

    Zhengjun ZHANG (Tsinghua University, China)

IMCS 2016
Secretariat: The Plan Co. (T. +82-2-538-2042~3, F. +82-2-538-1540)
사단법인 한국센서학회 (The Korean Sensors Society)
대표자명: 박종욱
사업자등록번호: 504-82-05992
주소:
D-1207, Yongsan-Park-Xi, 50-1 Hanganro 1-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 140-752, Korea
T. +82-2-2071-6616∙ F. +82-2-2071-6617 ∙ E. ksensors@gmail.com
  • Hosted by The Korean Sensors Society
  • Organized by Committee of IMCS 2016