Call for Papers for Biological and Chemical Sensors Summit

Emerging technological innovations enabled by next generation sensors will define the landscape for the future commercialization of life changing products. The exponential growth of the global sensors market and the demand for next generation integrated systems is expected to reach $18 billion by 2018. Our international faculty of key industry and academic leaders will present the latest technological advancements of real-world applications within healthcare and emerging markets through our conference tracks, symposiums and tutorials.

Biological and Chemical Sensors for Healthcare Applications

Low cost materials and advances in nano and micro fabrication techniques within the manufacturing process have led to significant increases in the commercialization of biological and chemical sensors for healthcare applications. The increases in demand for diagnostics and measuring devices such as glucose monitoring, pacemakers and other implantables and wearables has helped to create a significant marketplace for this commercialization. This conference track will examine the latest advancements in research, development and engineering and will provide attendees with the state- of-the-art in biosensors development for healthcare.

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Biological and Chemical Sensors for Emerging Applications

Emerging applications for sensors in environmental, defense, energy and food safety applications have experienced enormous market growth over the last 10 years. This conference track will examine these emerging sensor markets and will showcase the latest technological advancements in materials, design, modeling and engineering.

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Sensor Data Management for Healthcare and Emerging Applications

Critical to the success of the expanding sensors market is the management of the data created by the sensors within healthcare, environmental, energy, defense and food safety market sectors. To fully capitalize the value chain of the sensors market, integrating efficient strategies for the management of critical real time data is paramount. Leveraging the internet of things (IoT) in a cloud-based environment will make it possible to deliver highly accurate real-time sensor data that will change everything from diagnosing disease to advanced warning systems in the detection of a biological terrorist attack. This symposium will examine integrated real time sensor data management systems and it will highlight the latest advancements in creating value through data management.

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Wireless Charging & Communications for Implantable Medical Devices

The market demand for implantable biomedical systems continues to grow at a significant pace. Solving the technological hurdles of miniaturization, power supply and efficient interfaces between the implants and external devices is critical to the growth of the market. This symposium will examine the latest advances in manufacturing, wireless charging and communications for implantable biomedical systems from both a theoretical and practical standpoint.

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Who should attend:
Chief Scientists, Design Engineers, Directors of Engineering, Device Manufacturers, Data Scientists, Chemical Engineers, Materials Suppliers, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents, Chief Technology Officers, R&D Engineers, Directors of Testing and Quality Standards, Industry Analysts, Investors, Purchasing Managers, Electronics Consultants, Foundries, Vice Presidents of Engineering, Vice President of Business Development, Academia, Product Managers, Researchers, Sensor Production Managers, Sensor Design Engineers

If you would like to submit a proposal to give a presentation at this meeting, please click here.

The deadline for submission is May 20, 2016.

All proposals are subject to review by the Scientific Advisory Committee to ensure the highest quality conference program. Please note that due to limited speaking slots, preference is given to sensor manufacturers, designers, component, equipment and material suppliers, applications engineers and research scientists. Additionally, vendors/consultants who provide products and services to these companies are offered opportunities for podium presentation slots based on a variety of Corporate Sponsorships.

For more details on the meeting, or to submit a proposal for presenting, please contact the conference organizing committee:
Craig Wohlers
Executive Director, Conferences
Knowledge Foundation, a division of Cambridge Innovation Institute
Phone: (+1) 781-972-6260

For partnering and sponsorship information, please contact:
Sherry Johnson
Business Development Manager
Knowledge Foundation
Phone: (+1) 781-972-1359