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Vol. 9, Special Issue, December 2010, pp.I-III



Modern Sensing Technologies - III




1Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay, 2Aime Lay-Ekuakille, 3Anton Fuchs

1School of Engineering and Advanced Technology (SEAT), Massey University (Manawatu Campus)

Palmerston North, New Zealand

2Dipartimento d’Ingegneria dell’innovazione, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

3Institute of Electrical Measurement and Measurement Signal Processing,

Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria

E-mail: S.C.Mukhopadhyay@massey.ac.nz, aime.lay.ekuakille@unisalento.it, anton.fuchs@tugraz.at



Received: 27 September 2010   /Accepted: 30 November 2010   /Published: 30 December 2010


This special issue on Modern Sensing Technologies - III of the Sensors and Transducer journal (ISSN 1726-5479) is primarily focused on the different aspects of design, theoretical analysis, fabrication, characterization and experimentation of different sensing technologies. This special issue comprises 21 papers carefully selected from the reviewed papers which were presented in the 4th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST 2010), June 3 to 5, 2010, held at University of Salento, Lecce, Italy and published in the conference proceedings. This special issue presents the extended version of the conference papers.


This Special Issue has focused on different aspects of modern sensing technology, i.e. intelligent measurement, information processing, adaptability, recalibration, data fusion, validation, high reliability and integration of novel and high performance sensors in the areas of magnetic, ultrasonic, vision and image sensing, wireless sensors and network, microfluidic, tactile, gyro, flow, surface acoustic wave, humidity and ultra-wide band. While future interest in this field is ensured by the constant supply of emerging modalities, techniques and engineering solutions, as well as an increasing need from aging structures, many of the basic concepts and strategies have already matured and now offer opportunities to build upon.


We are very happy to be able to offer the readers of the Sensors & Transducers journal such a diverse Special Issue both in terms of its topical coverage and geographic representation. We do hope that the journal readers will find it interesting, thought provoking, and useful in their research and practical engineering work.


We would like to extend our wholehearted thanks to all the authors who have contributed their work to this Special Issue.


Keywords: Modern sensing technologies, Sensors and Transducer journal, sensing technologies, ICST, intelligent measurement, wireless sensors


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