Special Issue "Emerging Smart and Intelligent Wearable/Implantable Sensors for IoT and Biomedical Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 February 2020.
Prof. Bashir I. Morshed
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Memphis
Interests: body-worn sensors, edge computing, inkjet-printed flexible electronics, machine learning, mobile health, real-time signal processing, wearables
Rapid advancements in sensor and integrated circuit technologies in the recent years have facilitated widespread use of smart and intelligent sensor instruments in wide range of applications including wearable and implantable biomedical sensors and Internet of Things (IoT). Smart networks architectures and technologies have been adopted in mobile device technologies facilitating a revolution of IoT. In addition, incorporation of machine learning/artificial intelligence on-chip have led to the realization of smart and intelligence sensors. The purpose of this special issue is to address on-going research activities in the design of smart and intelligent sensors focusing on the applications in the areas of IoT and biomedical implantable and wearable sensor instruments.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Emerging smart wearable and implantable sensors and devices
- Novel design, manufacturing, technology, and architecture for smart sensors
- Machine Learning, deep Learning, and artificial intelligence on-chip
- Smart sensor network architectures
- Real-time and low-power signal processing for smart sensors
- Flexible, printable, and biocompatible sensors and systems
- Smart organic, inorganic and hybrid electronic sensors
- Nanotechnology based smart sensors for IoT and biomedical applications
- Secure, energy-aware, and self-powered energy-harvesting smart sensors
- Smart sensor applications in IoT and healthcare
- Trends in smart sensor technologies
- Wearable computing and wireless communication system
- Sensor-based threats to IOT devices for industrial and biomedical applications
Prof. Dr. Syed K. Islam,
Prof. Bashir I. Morshed,
Prof. Ifana Mahbub
Prof. Khaza Anuarul Hoque
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