Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 April 2014)
Special Issue Editor
Guest Editor Prof. Dr. Wan-Young Chung
Department of Electronic Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan 608-737, South Korea
Website: http://myweb.pknu.ac.kr/usnlab/ Interests: biomedical sensors; biomedical signal processing; medical equipment; wireless sensor network; driver drowsiness detection; e-healthcare; BioChemLab-on-a-chip; wireless biomedical sensors
Special Issue Information
Recently a wide variety of biomedical sensors such as fluid flow sensors, ultrasound sensors, chemical analysis sensor, biomaterial-based sensor, and wireless biomedical sensors has been used in modern medicine. Modern biomedical sensors developed with advanced microfabrication and signal processing techniques are becoming inexpensive, accurate, excellent fit, and reliable. The miniaturization of classical measurement techniques has led to the realization of complex analytical systems, including such sensors as the BioChemLab-on-a-chip. Also recent advances in wireless communication technology, it becomes possible to build miniature and reliable wireless biomedical sensors for e-healthcare or u-healthcare. The special issue will publish those full research, review and high rated manuscripts addressing the development of biomedical sensors and system.
Prof. Dr. Wan-Young Chung Guest Editor
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