Special Issue "Gas Sensors—Designs and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2015)
Prof. Dr. Michael Tiemann
Department of Chemistry, Universitat Paderborn, 33098 Paderborn, Germany
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Interests: material characterization; materials; nanomaterials; thin films and nanotechnology; X-ray diffraction; synthesis; material characteristics; advanced materials; nanomaterials synthesis; thin film deposition; SEM analysis; nanostructured materials; nanoparticle synthesis
Gas sensors play an important role in many aspects of technology, industry, or daily life. Reliable detection of various gases in low concentration is mandatory in fields such as industrial plants, automotive technologies, environmental monitoring, or air quality assurance, to name just a few. Research and development of gas sensor devices continue to be faced with numerous challenges in terms of sensitivity, selectivity, promptness of response, robustness, and many other aspects. Fabrication of novel functional materials open up new opportunities, while our fundamental understanding of underlying sensing processes continues to improve. This Special Issue on 'gas sensors' aims to cover various aspects, such as (but not limited to) the preparation of functional materials and micro-fabricated systems for gas sensing, new insights in gas-sensing mechanisms, and the large number of different types of gas-sensing principles (resistive, mechanical, capacitive, etc.).
Prof. Dr. Michael Tiemann
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- resistive gas sensors
- metal oxide gas sensors
- electrochemical gas sensors
- optical gas sensors
- thermometric gas sensors/pellistors
- acoustic wave / crystal microbalance gas sensors
- cantilever gas sensors
- capacitive humidity sensors
- field-effect gas sensors
- microfabrication / MEMS
- sensing mechanisms / models
- porous materials
- thin films