IEEE IMS NSW Chapter, Sydney 3rd Annual Workshop on Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurements: Theory and Applications

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Purpose: The IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society New South Wales Chapter would like to invite researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners to discuss and present their latest research findings, ideas, developments and applications in the area of Sensors, Instrumentation and Measurement Technologies and their applications in all areas of everyday life.

Objective: The objective of the workshop is to bring together industry and academia to learn about the work of fellow colleagues, share ideas and vision about the present challenges and opportunities in a number of industry sectors, and identify common areas for collaboration.

Sensors, measurements and instrumentation are core to everyday life ranging from healthcare, to transport, energy, manufacturing, and food. The fields of sensors, measurements and instrumentation are strongly cross-disciplinary and there is a need for interactions among researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners to discuss the technology, solutions, and applications of these fields. This Annual Workshop will provide opportunities for scientists and engineers from different disciplines to share their up-to-date knowledge and discuss their research findings and activities in these fields for the further improvement of quality of life.

In the regular sessions there will be an opportunity for participants to present their research works and during the workshop there will be many opportunities for networking.

Schedule: A tentative schedule is as follows:

9:30 – 10:00 Registration and Morning Tea

10:00 – 10:15 Opening Remarks

10:15 – 12:10 pm – Session 1

12:10pm to 1:10pm – Lunch (Committee meeting)

1:10pm to 3:00 pm – Session 2

3:00 pm to 3:30pm – Closing Remarks  and Afternoon Tea

Registration: Free - No registration required. Please just turn up.

10:00

Opening remarks

Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

Macquarie University

 

Session 1

Chair: Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, National Measurement Institute

10:15

Redefining how we measure our world

Bruce Warrington

National Measurement Institute

10:55

Realising the quantum ampere: silicon approach

Tuomo Tanttu

University of New South Wales

11:15

Concerns as to the validity of electrical power and energy measurements based on model-based accuracy testing of instrument transformers

Paul Pokorny

Power System Support Pty Ltd

11:35

Electrical measurement standards supporting Australian energy

Ilya Budovsky

National Measurement Institute

11:55

Transforming Western Sydney Through Innovation Entrepreneurship

Ms Inu Rana

Launchpad - Western Sydney University

12:10

Lunch

 

Session 2

Chair: Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay, Macquarie University

13:10

Robust Sensor Suite Combined with Predictive Analytics for Monitoring Surface Temperature in Harsh Environments

Karthick Thiyagarajan

University of Technology Sydney

13:25

Internet of Things (IoT) enabled Intelligent Sensor Node for Smart City: Pedestrian Counting and Ambient Monitoring

Fowzia Akhter

Macquarie University

13:40

Elasto-inertial microfluidic systems: from fundamentals to applications

Mohammad Amin Raoufi

Macquarie University

13:55

Development of a Biomimetic semicircular canal with MEMS sensors to restore balance

Sajad Abolpour Moshizi

Macquarie University

14:10

Design and development of bio-inspired microcarriers for stem cell proliferation

Mahsa Asadniaye Fardjahromi

Macquarie University

14:25

Smart sensing system for early detection of metastasize brain cancer by targeting biomarkers and detection of levels of Creatinine from the samples

Sumedha Prabhu

Macquarie University

14:40

Metal-organic framework thin film: Toward a new generation of smart cell culture substrates

Fatemeh Ezheian

University Technology Sydney

15:00

Concluding remarks and Afternoon Tea



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  • Western Sydney University
  • 169 Macquarie Street
  • Parramatta, New South Wales
  • Australia
  • Building: PC-01.9.16 (Conference Room - 2)