Electronic Applications and Research in Environmental Protection and Environmental Technology

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 January 2024) | Viewed by 495

Special Issue Editor

Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan
Interests: wastewater treatment technology; bioenergy recovery and reuse; anaerobic membrane bioreactor; biomass utilization; artificial intelligence; water environment microbiology; anaerobic biotechnology; molecular dynamics
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

To deal with the various environmental pollution problems that human beings and this planet are facing, the development of environmental technologies and treatment processes is very important. Without the support of electronic devices and components, however, it would be difficult for environmental technologies and treatment processes to achieve their desired effects. For example, various kinds of devices are required, from simple pH meters and thermometers to complex composition analyzers and spectrophotometers, to measure the pollutants or contaminants in wastewater, air, and solid wastes. In addition, real-time online monitoring of pollutant concentration and composition plays an important role during treatment processes or industrial lines. Furthermore, some environmental technologies such as UV disinfection, noise cancellers, and plasma rely strongly on electronic components for the treatment or removal of pollution. Environmental pollution, as it is understood here, includes pollution in the water environment, air environment, noise environment, solid waste environment, etc. Besides, artificial intelligence technology is being applied in the environmental field due to its unique appeal. This Special Issue of Electronics on "Electronic Applications and Research in Environmental Protection and Environmental Technology" aims to highlight recent novel electronics and technologies related to the environment and to sketching of the future development blueprint.

Dr. Jiayuan Ji
Guest Editor

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  • environmental technology
  • electronic devices
  • water environment
  • air environment
  • noise pollution and indoor environment
  • solid waste management and disposal
  • artificial intelligence
  • UV disinfection
  • plasma application
  • system control

Published Papers

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