Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 January 2011)
Special Issue Editors
Editor-in-Chief Prof. Dr. W. Rudolf Seitz
Analytical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824-3598, USA
Website: http://www.unh.edu/chemistry/w-rudolf-seitz Fax: +1 603 8624278 Interests: chemical sensor development; preparation of new polymeric materials for chemical sensing; fluorescent indicators for metal ions
Editor-in-Chief Prof. Dr. Assefa M. Melesse
Department of Earth and Environment, AHC-5-390, Florida International University, 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33199, USA
Website: http://faculty.fiu.edu/~melessea/ Fax: +1-305-348-3877. Interests: watershed modelling; sediment dynamics, climate change, evapotranspiration and energy fluxes; system analysis; remote sensing hydrology
Editor-in-Chief Dr. Alexander Star
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, 219 Parkman Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA
Website: http://www.pitt.edu/~astar/ Fax: +1 412 6244027 Interests: nanosensors; carbon nanotubes and graphene; nanoparticles; nanotoxicology; drug delivery
Special Issue Information
Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors/) has reached a milestone: it is now 10 years since our journal was launched. In celebration of this occassion, the Sensors editorial team have decided to publish a special issue called "10 Years of Sensors - A Decade of Publishing". We would like to invite you to contribute a comprehensive review article or an original research paper for peer-review and possible publication. The details for this special issue can be found at: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors/special_issues/celebrate/.
The purpose of this special issue is to publish a set of articles that typify the very best insightful and influential investigations or theories. We would like to include articles that will form the new benchmark against which other articles are measured; this benchmark is, of course, a moving target as Sensors continues to advance to new frontiers. We expect these articles to be widely read and highly influential within the field.
There is no restriction on the subject areas for this special issue. Sensors readers and authors are encouraged to send their very best work to be showcased. The key criteria for manuscript acceptance will be novelty and the potential breadth and contribution to the field. Manuscripts with empirical content are also welcome, as long as they are invigorative to other scholars.
Prof. Dr. Craig A. Grimes Prof. Dr. W. Rudolf Seitz Dr. Assefa M. Melesse Dr. Alexander Star Editors-in-Chief