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 DATE

TIME

Room

TITLE

LECTURER

DIVISION

20 March

13-15

E328

Introduction

Anita Lloyd Spetz

Applied Sensor Science, LiU

22 March

8-10

E328

Basic Sensor Technology, Electronic tongue

Mats Eriksson

Chemical and Optical Sensor Systems, LiU

24 March

13-15

E328

Chemical sensors

Anita Lloyd Spetz

Applied Sensor Science, LiU

27 March

13-15

E328

Signal processing

Martin Holmberg

FHS/FOI

29 March

8-10

E328

Ubiquitous sensing on consumer electronic devices

Daniel Filippini

Sensors & Actuator Systems, LiU

31 March

13-15

E328

Sample handling and Sensory panels

Gunnar Forsgren

Iggesund

5 April

8-10

E328

Electronics for Sensor Systems

Peter Möller

Applied Sensor Science, LiU

7 April

13-15

E328

FREEDD, Portable field instrument

Peter Gårdhagen

Envic-Sense AB

10 April

13-15

E328

Sensor system for Control of Bioheaters

Mike Andersson

SenSiC AB

12 April

8-10

E328

Glucose sensors for diabetes control

Anthony Turner

Biosensors & Bioelectronics, LiU and ACREO

26 April

8-10

E328

Sensor System for leak detection

Fredrik Enquist

Inficon

3 May

8-10

E328

Breath Alcohol Detection

Tomas Eklöv

Autoliv

5 May

13-15

E328

Sensor networks

David Lindgren

FOI/ISY

10 May

8-10

E328

SPR Sensors and Biacore

Valerio Beni

Biosensors & Bioelectronics, LiU and ACREO

12 May

13-15

E328

Microfabrication for sensor systems

Edwin Jager

Sensors and Actuator Systems, LiU

17 May

8-10

E328

No lecture

 

 

Lab exercises on sensor principles and applications

Gas sensor for CO alarm, The Electronic Tongue, Biopotentials in plants

24 April

 13-17

P207

 

8 May

13-17   P207

 

15 May

13-17   P207

 

 
   
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Lab excercises

MOS sensors in sensor systems" Peter Möller (petmo@ifm.liu.se)


Lab exercises are located in P 207 “Sensorlab”, first floor of the physics building, to the right at the main entrance, all the way to the end of the corridor Joule, to the right.

 

Biopotentials in plants” Yuki Hasegawa (yuki@ees.saitama-u.ac.jp)

Lab exercises are located in P 207 “Sensorlab”, first floor of the physics building, to the right at the main entrance, all the way to the end of the corridor Joule, to the right.

 

The Electronic Tongue  Lida Khajavizadeh (lida.khajavizadeh@liu.se)

Lab exercises are located in P 207 “Sensorlab”, first floor of the physics building, to the right at the main entrance, all the way to the end of the corridor Joule, to the right.


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Last updated: 05/10/17