[Om-announce] [CFP] IEEE UIC'2014 Workshop on Gas Sensors and Gas Sensing

Daqiang Zhang dqzhang at ieee.org
Thu Jun 26 06:47:39 CEST 2014

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IEEE UIC’2014 Workshop on Gas Sensors and Gas Sensing
Submission: Aug. 15, 2014
Address: Ayodya Resort, Bali, Indonesia
Website: http://sse.tongji.edu.cn/FACULTY/ggsp2014.html
MISC: Co-located with ATC -2014 and ScalCom-2014

Most gas-sensor-oriented research and industry initiatives focus on gas
sensing, sensor networking, chemical/biomedical sensors theory, technology
and applications, gas-sensing functional materials, micro-nano-fabrication
technology, and security and privacy. The evolution of gas applications and
new business services make the gas sensing research very challenging.
GGSP’2014 is the next event, in a series of highly successful international
conferences on gas sensors and sensing technologies. Previous GGSP is held
with IEEE iThing’2013 in Beijing, China. GGSP’2014 aims to provide a forum
that brings together researchers from academia, practitioners from
industry, standardization bodies, and government to meet and exchange ideas
on recent research and future directions for the gas industry. The
technical discussion will be focused on the communications aspects and key
enabling technologies for gas applications, especially sensing networks,
sensing platforms, M2M communications and networking, RFID technology and
Near Field Communications (NFC). The technical topics of interest to the
workshop include, but are not limited to:

Gas sensor theory, characterization and modeling
QCM and FBAR thickness resonators
SAW, LW and FPW wave resonators
Micro-cantilever, Nano-cantilever and NEMS beam and plate resonators
MOS, Polymer, Nanotube and Nanowire
Optical and other types of gas sensors
Gas sensor arrays and Gas sensor networks
Gas sensing platform, Electronic olfaction system (EOS) or E-nose
Signal processing and Pattern recognition
Functional materials and Micro-nano-fabrication
 Author Guidelines

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission: Aug. 15, 2014
Acceptance Notification: Sep. 30, 2014
Workshop Date: Dec. 10, 2014

The authors should follow the IEEE guidelines that apply to all UIC
submissions when preparing their contributions (maximum paper length: 6
pages with 10-pt font).
The submission website is:
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