Thursday, July 19th, 2018


Plenary 4 (PT4): Prof. Yasuhiro Shimizu, Nagasaki University (Japan)
"Challenges for the Development of Toxic Gas Sensors by Employing Semiconductors and Solid Electrolytes"

Session Chair: Ralf Moos

  AudiMax Lecture Hall "BIG" Lecture Hall 1
  Applications 2 - Real-life Environments Sensor Systems and Microfluidics 1 Hybrid/Integrated Sensors

 Session Chair

Sosan Rose-Pehrsson

Session Chair

Seonghwan Kim

Session Chair

Peter Hesketh

10:00 Hiroshi Imaya (AP2.1)
Development of amperometric gas sensors for industrial/environmental usage
Teodor Veres (SM1.1)
Microfluidic-Based Platforms for Biological Assays Automation in Life-Sciences Research and Remote
Medical Applications
Alberto Tarancón (HI.1)
Fully Integrated Electrochemical Sensors: a Disruptive Alternative Compatible With Microelectronics Procedures

10:30 Sungju Choi (AP2.2)
Artificial Synapse and Neuron Combining the Ion-Sensitive Field-Effect Transistor and Memristor

Greg E. Collins (SM1.2)
Probing the Optical Pressure of Pathogen-Exposed Macrophages on a Microfluidic Chip

Hiroaki Yamazaki (HI.2)
Integrated MEMS Hydrogen Gas Sensor with PdCuSi-based Hydrogen Actuators and Micro Thermal Conductivity Detector
 10:45 Maria Pilar Pina (AP4.3)
Silver nanoplates on graphite substrates for ultrasensitive and label free Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) based detection of organophosphorous nerve agents in gas phase

Renato Rogosic (SM1.3)
Microfluidic biomimetic sensor for drug detection

Fan Gao (HI.3)
Multi-channel miniaturized electrochemical platform based on microfluidics with serial and quantitative dilution
11:00 Klaus Koren (AP2.4)
Using Optical Sensor Nanoparticles for Imaging Chemical Dynamics is Marine Systems

Frank Bunge (SM1.4)
Lab-on-a-Chip System to Monitor the Oxygen Consumption of Mammalian Cells

Estefania Nunez-Carmona (HI.4)
The BC- MOS: New Bacterial Cellulose Bio-based MOS Gas Sensors
  11:15 Coffee
  AudiMax Lecture Hall "BIG" Lecture Hall 1
  Applications 3 - Indoor Gas Sensing

Sensor Systems and Microfluidics 2

Solid Electrolyte Sensors


Session Chair

Corrado Di Natale

Session Chair

Teodor Veres

Session Chair

Chong-Ook Park

11:45 Pehr E. Pehrsson (AP3.1)
Silicon Nanowire Arrays for the Preconcentration and Joule Heating-Based Desorption of Trace Vapors
Hiroaki Suzuki (SM2.1)
Coulometry and Signal Enhancement for Microfluidic Systems

Geyu Lu (SE.1)
Solid State Electrochemical Gas Sensors Based on Stabilized Zirconia and Oxide Electrodes
 12:15 Wan-Young Chung (AP3.2)
EMI-free Bidirectional Real-time Indoor Environment Monitoring System

Spas D. Kolev (SM2.2)
Determination of Inorganic Arsenic as Arsenite in Water Samples by a Paper-Based Microfluidic Sensor System

Jens Zosel (SE.2)
Oxygen solid electrolyte coulometry: Chances, challenges and new approaches
12:30 Manal Beshay (AP3.3)
Real-time Air-Sense Module for Monitoring Enclosed Livestock Housing

Roberto Paolesse (SM2.3)
Silicon Corrole based paper strips for the visual determination of fluoride ion

Fangmeng Liu (SE.3)
Highly selective and stable mixed-potential type gas sensor based on stabilized zirconia and Cd2V2O7 sensing electrode for NH3 detection
 12:45 M. Maciejewska (AP3.4)
Recognition of indoor events using gas sensors

Osamu Niwa (SM2.4)
Metal Nanoparticles Embedded Electrode Materials for Chemical and Biosensor Applications

Xin Zhang (SE.4)
Effects of Cathodic Polarization on a Layered Au,Pt-YSZ Mixed-potential Gas Sensing Electrode: Studies by steadystate and dynamic electrochemical methods
13:00 Lunch Break
  AudiMax Lecture Hall "BIG" Lecture Hall1
  Applications 4 - Safety MEMS-based Sensing Field-Effect Sensors

Session Chair

Pehr E. Pehrsson

 Session Chair

Anton Köck

 Session Chair

Geyu Lu


Yunqi Wang (AP4.1)
Miniaturized 3D Printed Particulate Matter Sensor for Personal Monitoring
Seongwhan Kim (ME.1)
Quantitative nanomechanical IR spectroscopy for label-free molecular recognition
Jun-Rui Zhang (FE.1)
Low power analog frontend for ISFET sensor readout
14:15 Abhishek Motayed (AP4.2)
Wearable Chemical Hazard Detection Systems using Chip-scale Microsensors

Omar Kassem (FE.5)
Fabrication of flexible gas sensor based on tin oxide by inkjet printing technology

 14:30 Wan-Young Chung (AP2.3)
Wireless Food Monitoring System with High Efficient Long-range Battery-less Smart Sensor Tag
Janghyeon Lee (ME.2)
Miniaturized Gas Analysis System for Detection of Trace-level Volatile Organic Compound Mixtures
Melanie Jablonski (FE.3)
Field-effect biosensor for acetoin detection during fermentation process of alcoholic beverages
14:45 Susan L. Rose-Pehrsson (AP4.4)
Trace Vapor Testbed and Vapor Generators for Hazardous Chemicals, Explosives and Narcotics

Peter Hesketh (ME.3)
MEMS-GC with Integrated Heater for Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer

Meile Wu (FE.4)
Inkjet-Printed PEI FET-Type Humidity Sensor Having a Horizontal Floating-Gate

Nicolay J. Pineau (AP4.5)
Detecting breath and skin emitted tracers of humans with flame-made sensor arrays

Arnesh Kumar Bose (ME.4)
Flexible Microplasma Discharge Device for the Detection of Biochemicals

Mike Andersson (FE.2)
Development of an FET-based NH3/NOx sensor unit for SCR-control

 15:15 Ghulam Mustafa (AP4.6)
Imprinted Polymers and Grephene-MIP composite based Chemical Sensors for the Selective Detection of Heavy Metal Ions

Andreas Schütze (ME.5)
Citizen science with smart gas sensors: air quality assessment and environmental studies by students

Shin-ichi Wakida (FE.6)
Development of Stable ISFETs for Salivary Nitrate to Acute Stress Monitoring

Closing Ceremony

Session Chairs: Peter Lieberzeit, Ralf Moos