Fabrication and Characterization of Smart Sensors for Better Living

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An increase in world population along with a significant aging portion is forcing rapid rises in healthcare costs. The healthcare system is going through a transformation in which continuous monitoring of inhabitants is possible even without hospitalization. The advancement of sensing technologies, embedded systems, wireless communication technologies, nano-technologies, and miniaturization makes it possible to develop smart medical systems. Wearable sensors monitor physiological parameters continuously along with detect other symptoms such as any abnormal and/or unforeseen situations which need immediate attention. Therefore, necessary help can be provided in times of dire need. This seminar will discuss fabrication and characterization of sensors based on MEMS as well as flexible materials to develop wearable and medical devices and issues to be addressed to tackle the challenges.

 



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  • Date: 05 Aug 2020
  • Time: 04:15 PM to 05:45 PM
  • All times are (UTC+10:00) Sydney
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  • Via zoom https://rvce.webex.com/rvce/onstage/g.php?MTID=e1d8c1adbe554be1ecb78d5f5a834c845
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Australia 2109

  • Co-sponsored by Prof. Subhas Mukhopadhyay


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Prof. Subhas Mukhopadhyay of Macquarie University

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Fabrication and Characterization of Smart Sensors for Better Living

An increase in world population along with a significant aging portion is forcing rapid rises in healthcare costs. The healthcare system is going through a transformation in which continuous monitoring of inhabitants is possible even without hospitalization. The advancement of sensing technologies, embedded systems, wireless communication technologies, nano-technologies, and miniaturization makes it possible to develop smart medical systems. Wearable sensors monitor physiological parameters continuously along with detect other symptoms such as any abnormal and/or unforeseen situations which need immediate attention. Therefore, necessary help can be provided in times of dire need. This seminar will discuss fabrication and characterization of sensors based on MEMS as well as flexible materials to develop wearable and medical devices and issues to be addressed to tackle the challenges.

Biography:

Biography: Subhas holds a B.E.E. (gold medallist), M.E.E., Ph.D. (India) and Doctor of Engineering (Japan). He has over 30 years of teaching, industrial and research experience.

Currently he is working as a Professor of Mechanical/Electronics Engineering, Macquarie University, Australia and is the Discipline Leader of the Mechatronics Engineering Degree Programme. Before joining Macquarie he worked as Professor of Sensing Technology, Massey University, New Zealand. His fields of interest include Smart Sensors and sensing technology, instrumentation techniques, wireless sensors and network (WSN), Internet of Things (IoT), numerical field calculation, electromagnetics etc. He has supervised over 40 postgraduate students and over 100 Honours students. He has examined over 60 postgraduate theses.

He has published over 400 papers in different international journals and conference proceedings, written seven books and forty two book chapters and edited eightteen conference proceedings. He has also edited thirty two books with Springer-Verlag and twenty four journal special issues. He has organized over 20 international conferences as either General Chairs/co-chairs or Technical Programme Chair. He has delivered 355 presentations including keynote, invited, tutorial and special lectures.

He is a Fellow of IEEE (USA), a Fellow of IET (UK), a Fellow of IETE (India). He is a Topical Editor of IEEE Sensors journal. He is also an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurements. He is a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Sensors Council from 2017 to 2022. He chairs the IEEE Sensors Council NSW chapter.

More details can be available at

https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=8p-BvWIAAAAJ&hl=en

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8600-5907

http://web.science.mq.edu.au/directory/listing/person.htm?id=smukhopa

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