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Abstract Classification

Open Poster Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit abstracts in any one of the topic areas listed below. The conference welcomes abstracts that are theoretical and/or experimental, as well as abstracts that address system issues such as concepts for sensor networks, autonomous systems and ultra low power sensor and sensor systems.

Abstracts in the area of theory, modeling and simulation are highly welcomed and may be submitted to the most relevant topical area or to "Theory, Design and Test Methodology".

Abstracts that encompass nanotechnology may be submitted to the "Nanoscale Materials, Devices and Fabrication", or the most appropriate application oriented topical area.

(These examples are given to illustrate the categories; they do not exclude other type of devices or processes)
  1. Mechanical/Physical Sensors and Microsystems
    Examples: pressure, inertial, force, thermal

  2. Materials, Fabrication and Packaging Technologies
    Examples: Unit processes and characterization, process flows and parameter studies for material integration, fabrication and packaging technologies for transducers, not limited to a certain kind of technology family

  3. Nanoscale Materials, Devices and Fabrication
    Examples: nanomaterials (one structural dimension < 5 nm) with new functional properties for sensors, nanowires, CNTs, and respective devices and fabrication process flows

  4. Chemical Sensors and Microsystems
    Examples: liquid and gas phase sensing

  5. Bio-Sensors and Bio-Microsystems
    Examples: devices and instruments for in vitro measurement and handling of biological samples and bio markers

  6. Medical Microsystems
    Examples: devices and instruments for in vivo measurements, such as implantable devices, drug delivery systems, micro device/system for clinical use

  7. Microfluidics
    Examples: technologies, devices, and systems for manipulation of fluids, particles, and droplets

  8. Composite Materials/ Polymers, Devices and Fabrication
    Examples: functional polymers, nanoparticle filled polymers, device concepts and fabrication process flows, characterization, including drift, reliability and aging

  9. Energy and Power MEMS/ Magnetic Sensors
    Examples: microsystems and technologies for energy conversion, storage, and management, energy harvesters (micro/nano enhanced solar, thermal, mechanical, RF) and large area fabrication technologies

  10. RF MEMS, Resonators, and Oscillators
    Examples: switches, tunable power dividers, phase shifters, or filters

  11. Optical MEMS
    Examples: micro spectrometers, SPR based sensor, fiber based systems, integrated optics, tunable soft lenses

  12. Actuators
    Examples: micro / nano actuators and robots, DC Switches, micro relays and probe devices (e.g. AFM)

  13. Theory, Design and Test Methodology
    Examples: Noise, noise models and SNR in sensors, sensor information theory, design methodologies and novel models, simulation concepts and calibration and test procedures
  1. Industry Research and Development
    Latest technical development in industry; practical issues in commercialization, such as packaging effects, temperature effects, long-term drift, fabless manufacturing, and innovation for cost reduction

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