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Sensors Webinar | Exploring Surface-Modifying Techniques and 2D Materials for Gas Sensing

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14 Dec 2023, 09:00 (CET)

Gas Sensing, 2D Materials, Surface-Modifying Techniques
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12th Sensors Webinar

Exploring Surface-Modifying Techniques and 2D Materials for Gas Sensing

Welcome to the in-depth two-hour webinar, "Exploring Surface-Modifying Techniques and 2D Materials for Gas Sensing." We are delighted to have you here for this extended and comprehensive exploration of groundbreaking technologies and materials in the realm of gas sensing.

Over the course of these two hours, we have a unique opportunity to delve deeply into the world of surface-modifying techniques and 2D materials. Our renowned speakers and experts will provide you with a thorough understanding of the latest developments, real-world applications, and the future potential of these innovations in gas sensing.

In this extended webinar, we encourage active engagement, questions, and robust discussions. Let's collectively enhance our knowledge and collaboratively drive progress in gas sensor technology. Thank you for joining us for this extended session, and we look forward to a rewarding and enlightening experience together.


Date: 14 December 2023

Time: 9:00 am CET | 4:00 pm CST Asia

Webinar ID: 863 8691 7545

Webinar Secretariat: journal.webinar@mdpi.com

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Program

Speaker Presentation Title Time in CET Time in CST Asia

Dr. Mikhael Bechelany

European Institute of Membranes (IEM), University of Montpellier, 34090 Montpellier, France

Chair Introduction 9:00 - 9:10 am

4:00 - 4:10 pm

Dr. Hyoun Woo Kim

Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea

Improvement of Resistive-Type Gas Sensors by Employing Surface-Modifying Techniques 9:10 - 9:30 am

4:10 - 4:30 pm

Dr. Mahesh Kumar

Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, Jodhpur 342037, India

2D Materials-Based Gas Sensors 9:30 - 9:50 am

4:30 - 4:50 pm

Q&A Session 9:50 - 10:05 am

4:40 - 5:05 pm

Dr. Mikhael Bechelany

Closing of Webinar 10:05 - 10:10 am

5:05 - 5:10 pm

Event Chair

European Institute of Membranes (IEM), University of Montpellier, 34090 Montpellier, France

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Bio
Dr. Mikhael Bechelany is a CNRS Research Director at the European Institute of Membranes (IEM), University of Montpellier. His current research interests include novel synthesis methods for metals and ceramics nanomaterials such as Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD), electrodeposition, electrospinning, 3D printing and/or nanostructuring using natural lithography (nanospheres and/or membranes). His research efforts include the design of nanostructured membranes for health, the environment and renewable energy. He is the author and co-author of more than 300 publications, 15 book chapters and 12 patents (h-index = 65).

Invited Speakers

Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea

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Talk
Improvement of Resistive-Type Gas Sensors by Employing Surface-Modifying Techniques
Bio
Hyoun Woo Kim joined the Division of Materials Science and Engineering at Hanyang University as a full professor in 2011. He was a senior researcher in the Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. from 1994 to 2000. He has been a professor of materials science and engineering at Inha University from 2000 to 2010. He was a visiting professor at the Department of Chemistry of the Michigan State University, in 2009. His research interests include the gas sensors. He has published several hundreds papers, including more than 440 papers in the SCI-listed Journal.
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Improvement of Resistive-Type Gas Sensors by Employing Surface-Modifying Techniques

Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, Jodhpur 342037, India

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Talk
Improvement of Resistive-Type Gas Sensors by Employing Surface-Modifying Techniques
Bio
Prof. Mahesh Kumar is Professor at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur, India. He has received M.Tech degree in Solid State Materials from IIT Delhi and Ph.D degree in Engineering from IISc Bangalore, India. He worked at Central Research Laboratory of Bharat Electronics Ltd. Bangalore as Scientist from 2005 to 2013. He has received INSA Medal for Young Scientists-2014 by Indian National Science Academy, the MRSI Medal-2016 by Materials Research Society of India, DAE-Young Achiever Award-2016 by BRNS, Research Excellence Award 2020 by IIT Jodhpur and Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Prize by The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany. He is recipient of the Brain Pool Program-2022 by Korean National Research Foundation, Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Fellowships-2021; The Royal Society International Exchange Award-2021; JSPS Invitation Fellowship-2021, PIFI Visiting Scientist fellowship-2021 by Chinese Academy of Science; Duo-India Professor Fellowship-2020, Bhaskara Advanced Solar Energy Fellowship-2018 and INSA-DFG International Bilateral Exchange Award-2015. Recently INAE awarded him Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National Fellowship 2022. He is also Editorial Board member of Nanotechnology, IEEE Sensors Journal, Bulletin of Materials Science and Nano Express. He is also Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics. He is founding Member and served as Chair of Indian National Young Academy of Sciences. He has published more than 170 research articles. His research interests are focused on 2D materials, Nanomaterials, Sensors, Semiconductor materials and devices.

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