All IMCS authors are strongly encouraged to resubmit your abstract now submission is open, until December 4th 2020. All abstracts involved, re-submitted abstracts, or modified abstracts, or new abstracts are welcome but need to be re-submitted to be included in the technical program. In addition, all authors will need to take this action to ensure that the abstract is submitted to their specifications for the technical program. We look forward to seeing you in Chicago next year!
Many thanks to authors who have submitted papers to Volume 1 of the Focus Issue collection of papers from 18th IMCS 2020, which will be published in early 2021.
Authors are invited to submit papers to Volume 2 of the Focus Issue collecting papers from 18th IMCS in 2021, and submission site will be available in May 2021.
Multi-day, multi-session conference on all aspects of chemical sensors and biosensors will include: sensor design, function, response mechanism, miniaturization, manufacture, evaluation and characterization, modeling, applications alone or in sensing systems, and integration with computational and communication systems. Novel sensors and materials including metal oxides, gas, electrochemical, optical, acoustic, mechanical, magnetic, MEMS/NEMS, and bio-recognition are also included. Other topics include: Technology for manufacture of sensors at low cost, sensor supply chain development, and approaches to quality control for sensors and sensing materials. Novel use of nanotechnology and nano-engineering materials, including modeling of the performance of chemical and biosensor selectivity and sensitivity. Microfluidics and sensors embedded within systems and devices, liquid sensors, miniature instruments, artificial taste/olfaction sensor arrays along with sensor networks, signal processing, data fusion, efficient data transfer and in-field calibration methods. Special session will be held on Emerging Sensor Technology, the Internet of Things, Sensors in Agriculture, and Wearable Sensors on Flexible Substrates. Papers on the application of sensors, sensor systems, and micro-instruments to medical, health, athletics, environmental, home, energy, safety, manufacturing, transportation, industrial, security, space, and defense applications are also encouraged.