Special Issue "Electronic nose’s, Machine Olfaction and Electronic Tongue’s"
A special issue of Chemosensors (ISSN 2227-9040).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018)
Dr. James Covington
School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
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Interests: electronic noses; machine olfaction; chemical sensors, MEMS, smart sensor systems; data analysis, deep learning, neural networks, industrial applications and medical applications
This Special Issue of Chemosensors focuses on the latest developments in sensors, sensor systems, and applications for electronic noses and electronic tongues. In part, it celebrates 20 years since the first commercialization of the electronic nose, and 35 years since the first research papers on the topic.
Over this period of time, the range of applications that these instruments have been applied to is considerable, covering medical, environmental monitoring, food and beverages, agriculture, security, process control, and mobile sensing. One of its key advantages is being able to simplify and classify complex chemical environments into a simple output, making it almost unique within analytical instruments. This is achieved by mimicking the biological olfactory and taste systems, where chemicals are considered as a whole, instead of individually—as humans do. It is a simple operation, has a relatively low-cost, and real-time operations have made it attractive to researchers. This is seen by the vast numbers of papers in this field, where researchers have been developing their own instruments in parallel to using commercial products.
In this Special Issue, we consider the entirety of the electronic nose and electronic tongue field, looking at new sensors and sensor materials, electronic nose development, data processing, and the applications of electronic noses to real-life applications, as we look to the future of this technology. We are particularly pleased to receive papers using electronic noses and tongues in the medical, environmental, and mobile sensing application domains.Dr. James Covington
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- Electronic Nose
- Electronic Tongue
- Artificial olfaction
- Machine olfaction
- Chemical sensors
- Sensing materials
- Machine learning
- Mobile sensing
- Environmental monitoring