The International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces is a premier Sensors and Interface design Workshop aimed at bridging the gap between electronic design and integrated circuit technologies, processes, and manufacturing to achieve design quality in sensors developments and in electronic interfaces. The conference provides a network to present and exchange ideas, promoting research, development, and applications in a wide range of sensor and interface fields. The workshop theme spans from biomedical, chemical, high-energy physics and space/automotive sensors to their interfaces in harsh and heterogeneous environments and sensor networks.
The 7th IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces aims to provide a forum for experiences and knowledge sharing among international experts actively involved in research, development and experimentation of novel concepts, theoretical methods/models and experimental analysis, as well as in testing techniques for micro- and nano-sensor systems.
Papers are solicited – but are not limited - in the following and related topics:
• Sensor networks in biomedical, bio-telemetrical and environmental applications
• Novel health-care systems and applications
• New materials and new technologies for sensors
• Printed, flexible, biodegradable and biocompatible electronics
• Novel testing and modeling techniques for sensors systems
• Sensors for aerospace and automotive applications
• High Energy Physics Experiments
• Neuro-inspired electronics and neural system architectures for brain activity monitoring
• Predictive study of neural signals related to subjects’ activity
• Brain computer interface-oriented software tools and architectures
• Formal neural-network models
• Big data management
• Simulation Infrastructures in neuro-computing
• Bio-signals real time post-processing: tools, methods and experimental results
• Noise and artifacts rejection techniques in hardware design and signal processing
• Low power circuit design for specific sensors and sensing systems
• Experiences of real-world low power sensing applications and deployments
• Architectures for energy-neutral and self-sustaining sensing systems
• Ultra-low power communication and wake-up radio devices for sensor networks
The accepted papers will be included in the IEEE proceedings and available on IEEEXplore.