International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) is a professional, non-profit, international society for supporting researches and developments in physical and chemical, electrical and non-electrical sensors and biosensors. It has founded in 1999. In 2000 the IFSA was registered by the Union of International Associations (UIA) in Brussels (Belgium). The main aim of IFSA is to provide the best platform for academicians, researchers and engineers from industry to present and discuss the latest research results, experiences and future trends in the area of design and application of different smart sensors with digital, frequency (period), duty-cycle, PWM, time interval, phase-shift or pulse number output. Very fast advances in IC technologies brought new challenges in the physical design of integrated sensors and microsensors. This development is essential for developing modern measurement science and technology in the nearest future.
Unfortunately, there were no conference, journal or Internet resource devoted solely to these particular subjects. The scientific and technical problems related to frequency output sensors were presents only on some events devoted to sensors. On the basis of the mentioned above it has been decided to start international cooperation in the frame of IFSA by providing an appropriate infrastructure.
IFSA membership is open to all companies, universities, organizations and individuals world-wide, that are able to contribute expertise in sensor relevant areas. To apply for membership, please complete the on-line form on this Web portal (section MEMBERSHIP) or ASCII text form. Today there are 700+ members from 66 countries world-wide (59 % are from industry, 35 % - from universities and 6 % from research institutions).
The International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) is an ideal partner for many European Projects due to its outstanding abilities for project results dissemination over the world and transfer research results to industry. Our majority members are from Member States or Associated countries, and our principal objective is to promote scientific and technological cooperation in Europe.
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Today Sensors Web Portal, Inc. is an integrated media corporation serving advanced sensor technology industries worldwide through its magazine, journal, events, e-Newsletter, online media, directories, Internet-based Television Network (IFSA ITN), data products and marketing services.
IFSA Publishing, S.L. has founded in July 2013 in Barcelona (Spain) with the aim to carry our all commercial activities of the association including books and journal(s) publications, sellings, advertising, etc.
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