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Special Issue "Advanced Technologies and Techniques for Microwave and Wireless Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2016).
CIMITEC, Departament d'Enginyeria Electrònica, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 08193 Bellaterra, Spain
Interests: metamaterials; microwave engineering; microwave sensors; RFID
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Special Issue in Sensors: Microwave Sensors Based on Resonant Elements
Sensors have progressively increased their presence in our daily lives, and are expected to be key elements in the future for the remote and wireless sensing and monitoring of objects, beings, infrastructures, people, and so on, within the paradigm of the so-called Internet-of-Things (IoT), for their potential in contributing to make a smarter world (smart systems, smart cities, etc.), or for their applications in specific areas, such as space, health, security, or energy, among others. Within this framework, high-performance microwave and wireless sensors and sensor networks based on advanced technologies and techniques are required. This Special Issue is focused on this topic, and papers related to the following areas are solicited:
- Wireless sensors and sensor networks
- Smart sensors and systems
- Microfluidic sensors
- MEMS-based sensors
- Metamaterial-based or inspired sensors
- RFID sensors
- Microwave, millimeter-wave and THz sensors
- Microwave sensors for health applications and biosensors
- Microwave sensors for space applications
- Microwave sensors for security
- Novel sensor concepts and technologies
Prof. Dr. Ferran Martín
Dr. Jordi Naqui
Manuscript Submission Information
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