Summer School 2021

The Sensors Council is organizing Summer/Winter Schools in different locations of the world.

Sensors Council is soliciting proposals for organizing Summer/Winter/Seasonal School focused on a Sensors theme. If you are interested in organizing one at your location, please send your proposal to the Education Activity Chair, Dr. Chonggang Wang (email: drchongwang@gmail.com) with a copy to Brooke Johnson (email: bjohnson@conferencecatalysts.com).


WINTER SCHOOL 1
Dates: Feb 6-7, 2021 (Saturday, Sunday)
Organizing Chapter: IEEE Gujarat Section Sensors Council Chapter
Format: Online
India time: 9:30 AM to 16:30 PM (both days)
Theme: Wearable Sensors and Devices
Registration link: https://tinyurl.com/y5glgl6f

Details may be found at:
Winter School on Wearable Sensors and Devices

Lecture Videos of all these talks are likely to be posted on:
Sensors Council YouTube Channel: IEEE Sensors Council on a later time.

The speakers are:
6 February 2021

  • Chandan Sethi (Founder & CEO, innoWear, Hong Kong)
    Topic: “Can Wearables Predict Health Risks Like COVID-19?”
  • Indira Negi (Vice President, AliveCor, USA)
    Topic: “Heartbeat Monitoring System and Healthcare”
  • Rudra Pratap (IISc, Bangalore, India)
    Topic: “Discovering Templates of Engineering Design Hidden in Nature’s Transducers”
  • Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)
    Topic: “From sensors to computing, Trends for Wearable and Medical Devices”

7 February 2021

  • Behraad Bahreyni (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
    Topic: “Smart Textile”
  • Jürgen Kosel (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)
    Topic: “Wearable Printed Graphene Sensors”
  • Ravinder Dahiya (University of Glasgow, Scotland)
    Topic: “Tactile Skin in Robotics and Medical Applications”
  • Veena Misra (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA)
    Topic: “Self-Powered Wearable Sensors for Health and Environmental Monitoring”

Speakers detail can be found at Speakers Profile and Talks Abstract.