IEEE Brain SENSORS Workshop

A tentative agenda is now available for this one-day collaborative workshop on “sensing the brain,” which will take place 2 November 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland, immediately following the IEEE SENSORS 2017 Conference. Several technology speakers will provide short presentations in the morning to set the stage for breakout sessions in …

Read More »

IEEE Brain Initiative Workshop

The IEEE Brain Initiative will be hosting a one-day workshop on November 2nd, 2017, following the SENSORS 2017 meeting.  The theme of the IEEE Brain SENSORS workshop will be on “Sensing the Brain“, with a focus on invasive sensors and sensing technology.  Unlike traditional lecture style workshops, the IEEE Brain …

Read More »

Sensors Council Distinguished Lecturers 2017-2019

The IEEE Sensors Council is proud to announce the IEEE Sensors Council Distinguished Lecturers (DL) 2017-2019. Sandro Carrara, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Subhas Mukhopadhyay, Macquarie University Jung-Chih Chiao, University of Texas at Arlington Fabrice Labeau Associate Dean (Faculty Affairs) | Faculty of Engineering | McGill University Associate Director …

Read More »

Call for Nominations of Sensors Council Officers Term 2017-2018

The Sensors Council Nominations Committee requests nominations for qualified individuals to fill the following Council officer positions for the 2017-2018 term: Vice-President for Finance (2-year term, renewable once) The Nominations and Appointments Committee requires the following information on each candidate: 1. Candidate Name (as it should appear on all election materials), …

Read More »

IEEE Sensors Journal Review Papers

Review papers are an important part of the IEEE Sensors Journal. The number of such papers now exceeds 100 for the first time. The list may be seen at http://ieee-sensors.org/review-papers/. Review papers posted so far in 2016 include: What can MEMS do for Logistics of Food? Intelligent Container Technologies: A …

Read More »

IEEE SENSORS 2015 Highlights

More than 700 registrations 985 papers submitted, acceptance rate of 56%, 272 presentations, 282 posters Papers from 39 countries 265 of the 272 technical program speakers authorized the recording of their slides & audio 14,379 free video downloads occurred during the free days

Read More »