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Welcome to Applied Sensor Science!

The Research Unit Applied Sensor Science has 25+ years of experience on development of chemical sensors for gas and liquid phase detection for environmental monitoring and indoor/outdoor air quality control applications.


Young Researchers Awards 2018

Best Poster Award 2018

Congratulations to our team member Manuel Bastuck who was awarded the 1st Prize Best Poster Award 2018 at the EUROSENSORS XXXII conference, held in Graz, Austria, on 9-12 September 2018. The competition included 303 posters!

Manuel's poster is entitled "UV-assisted bias cycling in ga-sensitive field-effect transistors".

Here you can find more info about the EUROSENSORS 2018 - Best Poster Awards.

Best Paper Award 2018

Congratulations to our team member M. Francesca Santangelo who was awarded the Best Paper Award 2018 at the "Biosensors 2018: 28th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors", held in Miami, Florida, USA, on 12-15 June 2018.
Her Keynote speech at the conference was entitled: "Highly sensitive silicon photomultipliers for ATP bioluminescence detection on 3D printed lab-on-a-chip" .


On January 1, 2017, Applied Sensor Science became a research unit within the newborn research division Sensor and Actuator Systems (SAS), headed by Prof. Daniel Filippini.

Dr Jens Eriksson is the new Head of Applied Sensor Science. Grattis, Jens!

On Thursday 16 February 2017, the five research units of SAS together with the Head of Department, Prof. Ulf Karlsson, had their kick-off party. We met together at 16:00 in Schrödinger for five short (15min each) introductions of our research units and then we moved to the Pub (Bragg) to celebrate our new division.


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Last updated: 01/18/19