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5th International Symposium on Sensor Science

S3: Bio-inspired and Bio-based Strategies for Sensing and Fluidics


This session is focused on bio-inspired and biomimetic approaches to sensing and fluidics.  Currently, many of the strategies for creating chemical sensors and biosensors, and microfluidics are largely engineering inspired ideas and concepts from the 1960s and 1970s.  However, recent breakthroughs in materials science and fabrication technologies will drive fluidics and sensing towards approaches that are much more bio-inspired in nature.  In this session, we will discuss the current state of the art in sensing and fluidics, and speculate on the potential disruptive impact bio-inspired concepts might have on this area.

Session Chair

Dermot Diamond
 Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
"Wearable Sensor for Real-Time monitoring of Electrolytes in Swea"

Keynote Speaker

Jaap den Toonder
Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
"Bio-Inspired Microfluidics for Wearable Sensors"

Invited Speakers

Francisco Javier Andrade
Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
"Potentiometry, nanostructured materials and the emergence of paradigm-shifting analytical platforms"

Luis Fermín Capitán-Vallvey
University of Granada, Granada, Spain
"Coupling sensing and imaging devices: towards a complete handheld analytical system"

Huangxian Ju
Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
"In Situ Biosensing of Cancer-Related Cellular Biomolecules"

 

 

 

 

List of Accepted Abstracts (10)
Coupling sensing and imaging devices: towards a complete handheld analytical system
Microfluidic enabled Portable ABO reverse typing sensor
Potentiometry, nanostructured materials and the emergence of paradigm-shifting analytical platforms
Bio-Inspired Microfluidics for Wearable Sensors
In Situ Biosensing of Cancer-Related Cellular Biomolecules
Portable and Miniaturized Lab on a Chip with Regenerable Membrane for Sanitary Emergencies
Semi-Covalent Imprinting for Selective Protein Sensing at a Femtomolar Concentration Level
Stimuli-Controlled Manipulation of Synthetic Micrometre-Sized Vehicles for Bio-inspired Fluidics
Stimuli-Responsive Materials and Biomimetic Fluidics: Fundamental Building Blocks of Chemical Sensing Platforms with Futuristic Capabilities
Wearable Sensor for Real-Time monitoring of Electrolytes in Sweat
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