15–30 November 2020, sciforum
7th International Electronic Conference on Sensors and Applications
We are pleased to announce that the 7th International Electronic Conference on Sensors and Applications (ECSA-7), chaired by Dr. Stefano Mariani, Dr. Thomas B. Messervey, Dr. Alberto Vallan, Dr. Stefan Bosse and Dr. Francisco Falcone, will be held on https://ecsa-7.sciforum.net/ from 15 to 30 November 2020.
This conference aims to provide leading scientists working in the field of sensing technologies and their applications with a robust common platform in which to share and discuss the latest research and to promote advancement of this exciting and rapidly changing field. We hope to encourage discovery across the discipline as we cover the following four broad themes in sessions A–D, and then seven more targeted themes in sessions S1–S7, as listed below:
- Chemo and Biosensors (Session A)
- Physical Sensors (Session B)
- Sensor Networks (Session C)
- Applications (Session D)
- Structural Health Monitoring Technologies and Sensor Networks (Specific Session S1)
- Wearable Sensors (Specific Session S2)
- Smart Cities (Specific Session S3)
- Nanosensors (Specific Session S4)
- Optical Sensors (Specific Session S5)
- Women in Sensors (Specific Session S6）
- Special Session of the Chemosensors Journal (Specific Session S7）
We proudly invite the global community of scholars to join ECSA-7 to present their latest sensor research and development and share novel ideas on the multidisciplinary aspects of research and development of sensors and their applications, including materials-related topics. Thanks to the flexibility of our innovative electronic platform, you are welcome both to upload and present your work and to attend the conference completely free of charge. We are also considering creating a Special Issue for selected conference papers in our journal Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220, IF 3.275, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors). Papers published in the Special Issue, if one does get created, would receive a 20% discount on the Article Processing Charges.