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1–4 August 2024 The 1st International Conference on AI Sensors and The 10th International Symposium on Sensor Science


We are pleased to announce the 1st International Conference on AI Sensors and the 10th International Symposium on Sensor Science, held at the National University of Singapore, Singapore, from 1 to 4 August 2024.

This conference will provide leading scientists working in this field with a platform to share their latest research and engage in exciting discussions.

Conference Chairs
Prof. Chengkuo Lee, National University of Singapore;
Prof. Guangya Zhou, National University of Singapore;
Prof. Po-Liang Liu, National Chung-Hsing University.

The main topics of the conference include:

AIS Symposia
S1: Wearable AI Sensors
S2: Energy Harvesting Technology for Self-Sustained AIoT System
S3: Enabling Technologies for Neuromorphic Computing and Photonics Neural Networks S4: Haptic Technology for Future Metaverse Applications
S5: Advances in Intelligent Sensors and Robots for AI-Enhanced Applications - Industry 5.0, Digital Twin, Smart Homes, Healthcare, and Rehabilitation

I3S Workshops
W1: MEMS, NEMS and Edge Applications
W2: Metamaterials and Nanophotonics
W3: Sensors and IC Sensors Using CMOS MEMS and CMOS Compatible Materials
W4: Si Photonics for Sensing and Edge Computing
W5: Advanced Semiconductors and Heterogeneous Integration for Sensing Systems and Applications in 6G (e.g., compound semiconductors, 2D materials, chiplet, and system-in-package, etc.)
W6: Sensors, Implanted Energy Harvesters and Devices, and In-body IoT Technology for Prosthesis and Electroceuticals
W7: Sensors for Agriculture Applications and Harsh Environment
W8: Biosensors and Chemosensors
W9: Flexible, Stretchable and Wearable Sensors
W10: Self-Powered Sensors and Sensing Systems
W11: IoT Sensors and System Integration
W12: Advances in Sensor Applications
W13: MicroTAS and Lab-on-a-chip
W14: Industry Forum and Commercialization of Sensors and AI-Enabled Service

Important Dates
Deadline for abstract submission: 5 May 2024
Notification of acceptance: 15 May 2024
Early bird registration deadline: 10 June 2024

Guide for Authors
To submit your abstract, please click on the following link:

Registration information is coming soon.
Refer to the “Instructions for Authors” section for details regarding Abstract Submission and Publication Opportunities.

Submit your abstract here!
Register to the conference here!

For any inquiries regarding the event, please contact [email protected].

Follow the conversation on Twitter with #AIS-I3S2024.

We look forward to seeing you at the AIS-I3S 2024.

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19–22 May 2024 7th International Conference Implementation of Microreactor Technology in Biotechnology

Zadar, Croatia

We cordially invite you to attend the 7th International Conference IMPLEMENTATION OF MICROREACTOR TECHNOLOGY IN BIOTECHNOLOGY—IMTB 2024, which will take place in Zadar, Croatia, from 19th to 22nd May 2024.

The IMTB conference aims to provide a platform for people from industry and academia, working in the cross-section of microfluidics, life sciences, analytics, and bioprocess engineering. The interdisciplinary feature of the IMTB conferences enables participants to present and discuss their latest results, developments, and strategies within these complementary fields and to integrate them to gain new accomplishments for industrial implementation.

This event follows on from the IMTB 2010 Conference held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in September 2010, the IMTB 2013 Conference, which took place in Cavtat, Croatia, in May 2013, the IMTB 2015 Conference, which was held in Opatija, Croatia, in May 2015, the IMTB 2017 Conference held in Bled, Slovenia, in April 2017, the IMTB 2019 Conference, which took place in Cavtat, Croatia, in May 2019, and the IMTB 2022 Conference which was in Portorož, Slovenia, in June 2022. The organizers of this conference series are collaborative research groups from the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology of University of Zagreb, Croatia.

Invited prominent speakers from leading research institutions and industry together with participants of various backgrounds, including chemical, mechanical and electrical engineering, medicine, pharmacy, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, and biotechnology, will present their recent achievements in the field of enzymatic microreactors, cells within microdevices, analytical microdevices, and bioprocess intensification and integration within microdevices.

The conference will be held in the beautiful Croatian city of Zadar, which is a historical center of Dalmatia and the most important political, cultural, commercial, industrial, educational, and transport center of Zadar County. Due to its rich heritage, Zadar is today one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.

We encourage you to present your work and participate in this exciting event, and we look forward to seeing you in Zadar in May 2024 at the IMTB 2024 Conference!

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19–23 May 2024 7th International Conference of Nanogenerator and Piezotronics (NGPT 2024)

Madison, WI, USA

Dear Colleagues,

We are thrilled to invite you to the highly anticipated 7th International Conference of Nanogenerator and Piezotronics (NGPT 2024) in the beautiful city of Madison, Wisconsin!

This prestigious event, taking place on 19–23 May 2024, promises to be an exhilarating journey through the latest advancements, trends, and breakthroughs in the ever-evolving realm of nanogenerator and piezotronics. As pioneers in our respective fields, we recognize the importance of fostering collaboration, knowledge sharing, and networking opportunities. The NGPT has been designed precisely with these principles in mind, providing a dynamic platform for professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts to connect, learn, and inspire. With an impressive lineup of speakers over the world spanning diverse technical domains, you will gain valuable insights, discover new perspectives, and acquire the knowledge needed to stay at the cutting edge of today’s NGPT landscape.

Nestled in the heart of the Midwest, Madison offers a captivating blend of natural beauty, vibrant culture, and technological innovation. As the state capital and home to the renowned University of Wisconsin-Madison, this thriving city provides the perfect backdrop for our esteemed NGPT conference.

Please mark your calendars, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable experience at NGPT 2024. We look forward to welcoming you to Madison, WI, for an unforgettable event that will shape the future of our world!

2–6 June 2024 Hilton Head Workshop 2024: A Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems Workshop

Hilton Head Island, SC, USA

The 21st in the series of Hilton Head Workshops on the science and technology of solid-state sensors, actuators, and microsystems will take place June 2–6 2024 at the Sonesta Resort on Hilton Head Island, SC. This exciting multidisciplinary event has occurred biennially since 1984, and we look forward to observing Hilton Head's 40th anniversary by celebrating Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and microsystem successes over the past 40 years. Additionally, we would like to look ahead to the challenges and possibilities for our field in the next 40 years. Hilton Head Island, the beachfront workshop hotel, and the casual, comfortable seaside environment with nearly all meals included allow for relaxed exchanges, collegial interactions, and many fruitful discussions. The Hilton Head Workshop has historically been a regional meeting for professionals living in North or South America as well as past attendees of previous Hilton Head Workshops. Since 2020, the meeting has been open to international colleagues beyond the Americas. We continue to welcome researchers from all over the world to submit high-quality abstracts (contributed and LATE NEWS) for consideration. International authors will be invited to participate in the workshop if their abstract is accepted.

The Hilton Head Workshop draws 350–500 academic, industry, and government participants from diverse engineering and scientific backgrounds, including chemistry, material science, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, biology, and bioengineering, etc. Previous workshops have provided a highly interactive forum for researchers to present and discuss recent advances in microfabrication technologies for sensing and actuation devices and microsystems for physical, chemical, and biological applications. Emerging from a global pandemic and a tumultuous few years, Hilton Head 2022 focused on "Preparation and Prevention: Tackling our Grand Challenges," which explored the potential for MEMS to impact a variety of global issues and demanding challenges and hopefully inspired our community while encouraging new collaborations and ideas.

Sunday starts with an all-day lecture series and panel highlighting technologies being developed to address society's demanding challenges and the impact that startups, small businesses, and the public–private consortia of academia, industry, and government are having in key areas. Throughout the week, the daily featured keynote speakers are prominent, internationally known researchers and visionaries who will bring breadth and depth to our discussions of challenges and opportunities for MEMS and allied technologies. In addition, the program will include invited speakers from within and adjacent to the MEMS community, who will address important causes and demanding challenges using novel, creative technologies, devices, and systems. On Tuesday afternoon, we are offering a special session on Early Career Faculty Development. This session, targeting senior graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty members in our community, aims to offer relevant guidance and advice for new faculty as well as those who aspire to become faculty members. Having early career awards from major funding agencies is a significant stride in the right direction. Please join us as we learn from program directors at three major US funding agencies.

This year, we hope to increase the participatory and networking success of this meeting by inviting all past, present, and future MEMS researchers to attend as well as submit abstracts and present papers on the following technical topics:

  • New Devices or Microsystems
  • New Sensing and Actuation Concepts
  • High-Performance Devices
  • Devices with Substantially Improved Performance
  • Device Fabrication and Testing
  • Process Design and Modeling
  • Device Modeling and Simulation
  • Fabrication Technologies
  • Materials and Material Processing
  • Nanotechnology and its Applications
  • Testing Including Test Equipment and Methods
  • Interface and Calibration Circuits
  • Advanced Circuit Techniques
  • System Integration and End-Use Applications
  • Component and Wafer-Level Packaging Technologies
  • Assembly Materials and Processes
  • Non-Electronic Interfaces to Devices
  • Environmental Effects and Compensation Methods
  • Reliability Testing and Methods

The workshop will be a single-session meeting, with ample time allotted for the discussion of each paper, and with blocks of unscheduled time to encourage informal interactions among participants. Several oral presentations and contributed poster session slots have been reserved within the workshop program for LATE NEWS papers. LATE NEWS papers, as submitted, will be accepted for presentation and will be published in the technical digest. LATE NEWS papers will be limited to two pages in length and must follow the submission procedure in the instructions. Manuscripts of papers presented in these sessions will be included in the Workshop Technical Digest. There will also be an OPEN POSTER session to encourage participants to informally discuss very recent results, work in progress, and results recently presented elsewhere. OPEN POSTERS will not be included in the Technical Digest. Please see LATE NEWS and OPEN POSTERS on this website for further information.

MEMS technology, devices, and systems have already revolutionized our world—from health care to the environment, communication, transportation, and a number of other areas. Many of our successful accomplishments also complement the National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) pursuits toward identifying and addressing the demanding challenges for engineering in the 21st century. We are hoping that the presentations and discussions at the Hilton Head 2024 Workshop will further encourage our students, researchers, and industry colleagues to team up collaboratively to tackle today's demanding challenges and their causes. Our hope is that we, as the device and technology community, will contribute significantly through active participation, mentoring, and inclusiveness to better serve people and our planet in the future.

We look forward to meeting you!

5–7 July 2024 2nd Conference on Advanced Optical Manufacturing Technologies & Applications & 4th Forum of Young Scientists on Advanced Optical Manufacturing (AOMTA & YSAOM 2024)

Xi'an, China

In recent times, science and technology have made rapid progress. The rapid development in the fields of aerospace, energy, information, weapons and equipment, large scientific installations, and other technological fields, such as space observation, large light sources, EUV photocurrent machines, synchronous radiation, etc., have highlighted the urgent demand for advanced optical manufacturing technology. Advanced optical manufacturing technology is moving toward optical high-performance requirements and intelligent manufacturing, presenting the trend of the multi-disciplinary and integrative development of nano–nano and even atomic-level ultra-precision manufacturing, ultra-precision measurement, intelligent sensing and control, materials, mechanics, and other disciplines.

The "2nd Conference on Advanced Optical Manufacturing Technologies & Applications & 4th Forum of Young Scientists on Advanced Optical Manufacturing " hosted by the Chinese Society for Optical Engineering (CSOE) will be held in Xi'an, China, in July 2024 and will focus on discussing the latest developments in advanced optical manufacturing technology and equipment.

For more information about the conference, please use the following link:

7–9 August 2024 2nd International Experts Summit on Polymerscience and Composite Materials

Lugano, Switzerland

We are pleased to invite all researchers, young scholars, delegates, experts, and students from all over the world to attend the 2nd International Experts Summit on Polymerscience and Composite Materials (IESPCM2024), held in Lugano, Switzerland during August 07–09, 2024.

IESPCM2024 provides an international platform for scholars to discuss and share knowledge on polymerscience and composite materials, offering a unique forum for exchanging information regarding the latest developments in the field, finding solutions to challenging issues, and enriching general knowledge in the scientific community. In addition to presentations, workshops, and discussions, the conference also offers a unique venue for renewing professional relationships, and providing plenty of networking opportunities during the summit.

We are looking forward to meeting with researchers from different countries around the globe to share innovative findings in polymerscience and composite materials.

Please find additional information about the conference here:

1–4 September 2024 The 36th EUROSENSORS Conference

Debrecen, Hungary

Dear Colleagues,

Eurosensors is a series of highly successful conferences that began in Cambridge in 1987 and that has been the only European forum to cover the entire field of Sensors, Actuators, Microsystems and Nanosystems. It is the leading European conference devoted to the advancement of high technologies in the aforementioned fields, providing an excellent opportunity to bring together scientists and engineers from academia, research centres, national research institutes and companies to present and discuss the latest results in these fields.

For more than 35 years, the EUROSENSORS Conference has been the largest European forum for scientists and engineers from academia, research institutes and companies, and especially for students to present and discuss the latest trends and results in Sensors, Actuators, Micro- and Nanosystems. Eurosensors attracts more than 500 participants every year, mainly from Europe but also from abroad.


The 36th EUROSENSORS conference is organised by the University of Debrecen (UD), Faculty of Science and Technology and the Centre for Energy Research (CER), Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (CER MFA) at the campus of UD in Debrecen, Hungary. The event is supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

On behalf of the organisers, we look forward welcoming you in Debrecen!

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23–27 September 2024 The 41st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition

Vienna, Austria

The EU PVSEC is the largest international Conference for Photovoltaic research, technologies and applications. It will occur alongside a PV Industry Exhibition, featuring technologies, innovations and new concepts in the upstream PV sector. These joint events will gather the global PV community to present and discuss the latest developments in Photovoltaics, network, and conduct business. This is a world-renowned science-to-science and science-to-industry platform uniquely focused on the global PV solar sector. The conference scientific programme is coordinated by the European Commission Joint Research Centre. 

The over 40-year-long history and the diverse programme of the EU PVSEC makes it a landmark event in the scientific PV sector. 

For 2024, we are more than delighted to welcome you in person on 23–27 September in Vienna, Austria. 

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