Special Issue "Sensors and NanoSensors for Biomedical, Environmental and Food Monitoring Applications"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2018
Sensors and biosensors based on different detection methods (electric, electrochemical, optical, piezoelectric, thermal or even atomic and nuclear) have earned considerable interest in recent years, and they show great promise for a wide range of applications in biological research, medical analysis and diagnostics, environmental and food industry monitoring. Making use of the synergetic effects between nanotechnology, biomolecules, and different detection methods has enabled nano(bio)sensors development for faster detection and its reproducibility in a much better way.
We invite, for this “Sensors and NanoSensors for Biomedical, Environmental and Food Monitoring Applications” Special Issue, manuscripts dealing with different detection method-based sensors for the application fields mentioned above, while not being limited to these presented in the frame of the International Conference IC-ANMBES 2018, held in Brasov, Romania (https://sciforum.net/conference/icanmbes2018). Both original research and review articles are welcome.
Original research papers that describe the development, characterization/evaluation, simulations and utilization of different architecture (sensor, fixed, mobile) platforms for the detection of both (bio)physical signals and biological active or toxic compounds in complex samples with potential applications in medical analysis and diagnosis, environmental and food industry monitoring are of interest. The manuscripts can deal with the following topics (but are not limited to) with potential relevance to sensory detection:
- physical detectors for (bio)signals,
- microfluidics and point-of-care microdevices,
- optical fibers,
- mass-sensitive chips,
- novel materials electrodes and surface functionalization strategies applications or
- new concepts and fundamental studies.
Reviews should provide an up-to-date and critical overview of state-of-the-art of platforms and detection mechanisms, especially those used for (bio)sensing and nano(bio)sensing.
Please feel free to contact us and send us your suggestions that you would like to discuss beforehand. We look forward to and welcome your participation in this Special Issue.Prof. Dr. Monica Florescu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Point-of-care microdevices
- Novel materials
- Surface functionalization
- Medical physics