IEEE SENSORS 2020
IEEE SENSORS 2020 is intended to provide a forum for research scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, and applications in the area of sensors and sensing technology.
Welcome to IEEE SENSORS 2020
Welcome to IEEE Sensors 2020. Thank you for joining us in continuing to meet and share the recent developments in your sensor research, despite the adverse conditions due to the pandemic. We feel that in these days it is of great importance to promote and preserve the continuity of the scientific ecosystem. We certainly wanted to host you in Rotterdam, a busy industrial port city and terminus of the mighty Rhine river. Alas, we cannot meet in person. As an alternative, we have created an online programme which you will hopefully enjoy. We have adapted the format and the scheduling to accommodate participation from various places from around the world. Of course, within the physical limitations, it may not always be perfect for all of you.
Since the pandemic, online meeting possibilities have started to develop rapidly. As the organising committee, and with the excellent support of Conference Catalysts, we bring you an online programme which taps in some of these possibilities in an attempt to enable you to interact with your peers as much as you need. Obviously, this is work in progress and learning while doing. Therefore, we would appreciate to receive your comments, complaints, tips and suggestions and pass these over to colleagues organising conferences to come, also being online, should the need arise.
We would like to thank all people who have helped to organise this conference: reviewers, track-chairs, Tom Wehner at ePapers, sponsors, patrons, the people at Conference Catalysts and Rotterdam Partners. Importantly, we like to thank the IEEE Sensors Council for the support we have received in the process of organising the conference, and reworking it into an online meeting.
IEEE SENSORS 2020 General & Technical Program Co-Chairs,
- Department of Microelectronics, Delft University of Technology
- Division Director
- Physical & Computational Genomics Division, Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica
- Professor of mechanical engineering
- University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)
IEEE SENSORS 2021
October 31 - November 3, 2021 | Sydney, Australia