Special Issue "Advanced Electronic Devices, Circuits, and Signal Processing for Biomedical Sensors Application"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2017).
Interests: low-energy devices for mobile sensors; quantum devices applicable to biomedical sensing; new applications of photoplethysmogram and pulse oximetry; advanced bio-impedance spectroscopy; electronic materials for sensing and their fabrication technology
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Special Issue in Sensors: Biennial State-of-the-Art Sensors Technology in Japan 2019-2020
Many sensing devices and related circuits for biomedical informatics and other purposes are already developed and applied in the monitoring of vital data, robotics, and analyses of tissues in vivo. However, most of them assume the commercial power supply. In the 21st century, we need IoT technology that should be applied to long-term monitoring of the above-mentioned issues, such as home security, private security, including vital sensing, and so on. This demand requires low-power and low-energy devices, circuits, and well-optimized software when self-powered systems are assumed.
This Special Issue aims to highlight advances in the development, testing, and modelling of materials, devices, and circuits. The Special Issue also accepts mathematical engineering, and related proposals.
Prof. Dr. Yasuhisa Omura
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- biomedical sensors
- tissue monitoring in vivo
- MEMS sensors
- electronic materials applicable to sensors
- photoplethysmogram and informatics
- low-energy sensor devices
- self-powered sensors and systems
- bio-impedance spectroscopy
- sensor-related technology