434 Sensor Development and Applications

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Canyon C (Hilton Salt Lake City Center)

Chemical and biological sensors are of increasing importance in applications ranging from medical diagnostics to food safety to environmental monitoring and protection. This session will present advances in sensing technologies and devices targeted to particular applications.

Jeffrey Halpern Email: Jeffrey.Halpern@unh.edu
Dongmei (Katie) Li Email: dli1@uwyo.edu

3:15 PM

3:33 PM
(434b) Sensor Data Analysis for Environmental Exposure Assessment
Dimosthenis Sarigiannis, Dimitrios Chapizanis, Evangelos Handakas, Perklis Kontoroupis and Spyros Karakitsios

3:51 PM
(434c) A Novel Technique for Determining Adsorption Breakthrough Time and Capacity Using a Non-Contact High Resolution Microwave Sensor
Mohammadreza Fayaz, Pooya Shariaty, Mohammad Abdolrazzaghi, Mohammad H. Zarifi, Zaher Hashisho and Mojgan Daneshmand

4:45 PM
(434f) Manipulation of Magnetic Beads on a Centrifugal Platform
Chia-Hua Chuang, Ho-Chin Wu and Chih-Hsin Shih

5:03 PM
(434g) Characterization of Liquid Mobility Under Alternate Spinning
Yao-Chih Hsieh, Ho-Chin Wu and Chih-Hsin Shih
See more of this Group/Topical: Topical Conference: Sensors