Special Issue "Smart Biomedical Sensors"
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2018).
Interests: biosensors; microfluidics; harsh environment sensing; atomic layer deposition; thin films; CMOS-MEMS; silicon-on-insulator
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Biomedical sensors are set to revolutionise medical healthcare, in both hospitals and domestic environments. Thanks to miniaturisation efforts and the emergence of wireless communication systems, biomedical sensors are able to provide support for the continuous monitoring of various health conditions, as well as for early diagnostics and re-education. Such devices are also of paramount importance to keep an eye on the health of infants and elderly population. From non-invasive to implantable devices, the research and development of innovative biomedical sensors is a true multidisciplinary adventure, going way beyond the simple transduction of physical or biological events. Smart biomedical sensors can effectively gather and process different types of information resulting from a given situation. Such devices have also brought their benefits for impaired people, by restoring either auditive or visual perception, while the current trend is to capture and transmit more nervous signals in prosthetics. This Special Issue is dedicated to meet at the crossroads of the different research communities involved in the latest research for smart biomedical sensors and their applications, with an emphasis on emerging technologies that have a strong potential to ensure a better support to the practitioners, to restore specific body functions, or, more generally, to improve self-awareness of any medical condition.
Prof. Dr. Laurent A. Francis
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- Biomedical engineering
- Signal processing
- Biomedical signal processing
- Nerve stimulation
- Neuronal implant
- Cochlear implant
- Visual implant
- CMOS integrated circuits
- Chemical sensors
- Glucose sensors
- pH sensors
- Wireless communication systems
- Wireless sensor network
- Imaging sensors
- Oxygen sensor
- Pressure sensor
- Biomedical imaging
- Surface plasmon resonance
- Quartz microbalance
- Electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)