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Smart Gas Sensors submission deadline 15 Sep 2024 | Viewed by 397 | Submission Open
Keywords: artificial intelligence; machine learning; neural network; gas sensors; sensitivity; selectivity; response time; drift; data analysis; field ready; embedded; smart electronics
(This special issue belongs to the Section Gas Sensors)
Gas Emissions from Combustion Sources submission deadline 31 Dec 2024 | 2 articles | Viewed by 3260 | Submission Open
Air Quality: Monitoring and Assessment submission deadline 31 Dec 2024 | 1 articles | Viewed by 2573 | Submission Open
Keywords: air quality; airborne emissions; emissions monitoring; emissions assessment
(This special issue belongs to the Section Gaseous Pollutants)
Bio-Energy: Biogas, Biomethane and Green-Hydrogen submission deadline 31 Dec 2024 | 1 articles | Viewed by 811 | Submission Open
Keywords: bio-energy; biogas; biomethane; green hydrogen
Editorial Board Members' Collection Series: Actions to Keep Global Warming in 1.5 Degrees submission deadline 31 Dec 2024 | Viewed by 510 | Submission Open
Keywords: fugitive emissions; other greenhouse gases; hydrogen; hydrates; fine particulates; black carbon
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