In addition to the confirmed Plenary speakers, the complete technical program has been finalized and is available here.
Over 400 papers will be presented at Eurosensors'09.
Remember that you can build your personalized conference schedule using the "My Schedule" feature. The 2-page abstract for all papers is also available for viewing.
All participants will also receive a printed abstract book (2-page abstracts), as well as a digital copy of the 4-page abstracts.
For your convenience, here are some specific links to the program :
- >> View session index here
- >> View lecture sessions, graphical overview here
- >> View poster sessions, graphical overview here
- >> Search for a specific paper or author here
Confirmed Invited Speakers (talks are all 30 minutes)
These talks are highlighted in grey in the Conference Program and Abstract Book.
Prof. Corrado Di Natale, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy
Chemical Sensitivity of Supramolecular Porphyrins Assemblies
Dr. Fred Favier, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, France
Nanogaps for Sensing
Dr. Stephanie P. Lacour, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Thin Film Electronics and Elastomers for Prosthetic Skin
Prof. Dr. Fred Roozeboom, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology / NXP semiconductors, The Netherlands
Ultrahigh-Density Trench Capacitors in Silicon and Their Application to Integrated DC-DC Conversion
Dr. Ross Stanley, CSEM SA, Switzerland
Tunable Diffraction Gratings - MEMS gratings and actuators
Dr. Udo Weimar, University of Tubingen, Germany
Title: Microsystem Technology for Ambient Assisted Living (Aal)
Prof. Remco. J. Wiegerink, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Thermal and Coriolis Type Micro Flow Sensors Based on Surface Channel Technology
Prof. Jens Ducrée, Dublin City University, Ireland
Next-Generation Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip Platforms for Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Systems Biology
Dr. Gerhard Lammel, Bosch Sensortec GmbH, Germany
Indoor-Navigation with MEMS Sensors
Prof. Dr. Janos Vörös, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Nano/Micro-Technology based Approaches for Biosensing and Manipulating Cells
You can follow the links above to the technical program if you wish to see details for each of these talks.