Special Issue "Smart Sensing System for Real-Time Monitoring"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018).
Interests: MEMS/NEMS; micro/nano-fabrication; biosensors
Interests: micro/nano-fabrication; biosensors; wearable electronics; micro/nano-fluidics
Development of sensing systems for real-time monitoring is very important and essential in variety of applications, from personal healthcare to preservation of ecosystem and even prevention of chemical terror. These applications require real-time monitoring of various properties, such as environmental properties (temperature, humidity, etc.), mechanical properties (deformation, motion, etc.), chemical properties (concentration, pH, etc.), electrical properties (electric current, electric potential, etc.), and optical properties (light intensity, wavelength, etc.).
Thanks to the notable development of integrating various novel materials and fabrication methods (even in micro- and nano-scale), the sensing systems have now become more advanced with additional functionalities (e.g. flexible or stretchable, transparent, and multi-sensible). Utilizing these functionalities have widely opened up the applicability of the sensor systems leading them to applications where they can be called as smart sensing systems.
This Special Issue aims to highlight recent advances related to smart sensing systems for real-time monitoring.
Prof. Dr. Geunbae Lim
Dr. Hyungkook Jeon
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- Real time monitoring
- Smart sensing system
- Flexible or stretchable electronics
- Multi-functional sensors
- Improvement of sensing performances (sensitivity, selectivity, etc.)
- Modelling of sensing system