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This monthly e-newsletter, written by the editors of Sensors & Transducers Magazine and Journal (ISSN 1726-5479), delivers the product and research news, end-use application news, information on upcoming events for MEMS and sensors professionals, and updates you on happenings in the sensor science, industry and markets. The Newsletter reports the latest developments in sensor industry as it happens from leading research centers, universities and manufacturers. Who should read this Newsletter ? All who are interested in the newest information and trends in sensors, transducers, MEMS and sensor instrumentation, including DAQ.


IFSA Newsletter (ISSN 1726-6017), October 2016

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Bullet In this Issue:


1.   New issue of Sensors & Transducers journal: Vol. 205, Issue 10, October 2016

2.   Call for Open Access Books - 10 Top Reasons to publish Open Access books and journal's articles with IFSA Publishing

3.   Call for Chapters: 'Biosensors: Advances and Reviews' Book Series, Vol.1 (Deadline: for chapters: 1 February 2017)

4.   Cyber-Physical Systems: Metrological Issues - a new book has published by IFSA Publishing, S.L. 

5.   Sensors Related Conferences Sponsored by IFSA:


       - 2nd International Conference on Advances in Sensors, Actuators, Metering and Sensing (ALLSESNORS' 2017): Deadline extension

       - 3rd International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances (SEIA' 2017): Call for Papers


6.   Subscription

7.   Additional Information, Comments, Suggestions


Plus lots more information to be found on Sensors Web Portal: http://www.sensorsportal.com



Bullet Sensors & Transducers Journal: Contents and Downloads
Vol. 205, Issue 10, October 2016



Research Articles:


1) Capillary Sensor with UV-VIS Reading of Effects of Diesel and Biodiesel Fuel Degradation in Storage

    Michal Borecki and Michael L. Korwin-Pawlowski, pp.1-9

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


2) Alcohol Control: Mobile Sensor System and Numerical Signal Analysis

    Rolf Seifert, Hubert B. Keller, Thorsten Conrad, Jens Peter, pp.10-15

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


3) Piezoelectric Structures and Low Power Generation Devices

    Irinela Chilibon, pp.16-24

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


4) The Principle and Application of 3D Sensors

    Miroslav Marcanik, Michal Šustek, Roman Jašek, pp.25-32

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


5) Electromagnetic Devices for Stopping Vehicles

    Jan Valouch, pp.33-37

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


6) Measurement of Radiated Electromagnetic Interference of Alarm Systems

    Jan Valouch, pp.38-44

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


7) To Measure Relative Permittivity of Atmospheric Ice Using Frequency Sweep

    Umair N. Mughal and Beibei Shu, pp.45-52

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


8) Research on Symmetry of Micromachined Silicon Resonant Accelerometer

    haipeng Guo, Libin Huang, Wenxiang Li, Songli Wang, pp.53-57

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


9) Research of Energy Consumption Pattern Classification Based on Fuzzy Logic and RBF Networks in Hydraulic Systems

    Xiangyu He, Shanghong He, pp.58-62

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]


10) Out-of-plane Characterization of Silicon-on-insulator Multiuser MEMS Processes-based Tri-axis Accelerometer

     Sujatha L., Kalaiselvi S. and Vigneswaran N., pp.63-71

     [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

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Bullet Call for Open Access Books - 10 Top Reasons to Publish Open Access Books and Journal's Articles with IFSA Publishing



IFSA Publishing Open Access Books


The growing demand for open access publishing in sensors, measurements, control systems and microelectronics areas has led IFSA Publishing in addition to our already established book portfolio to offer authors the option to publish open access books.



Why Open Access Books ?


  • Increased return on public investments and eliminate public money losses due to carry out the same researches with the almost the same results.

  • Increased visibility over the World. Researchers in developing countries can see your work.

  • European Commission, Research Council and others mandate for open access publications of research results. Often, the open access publication is compliant with grant conditions.

  • Quick publications accelerate the technical and scientific progresses.


10 Top Reasons to Publish Open Access Books with IFSA Publishing


Today, many big and small publishers propose open access books publication. How IFSA Publishing open access books differ? Let to be focused on the main benefits:

  • The maximum number of pages is not limited. Now you should not spend a lot of time and can eliminate additional efforts to put your manuscript in the limited number of page (for example, 350 pages). Create without limitations !

  • Very reasonable fixed price, which does not dependent on the number of book pages. The publication fee is lower in comparison with other established publishers and is constant regardless of the number of pages.

  • High visibility. All IFSA Publishing’s books are listed on Sensors Web Portal (3,000 visitors per day) – a primary Internet sensors related resource, increasing visibility and discoverability for your work. Information about published books also included in IFSA Newsletter (55, 000+ subscribers) and announced in professional LinkedIn Sensors Group (3,000+ members) at no additional charge to ensure the maximum possible distribution. As a result, citation rates of our authors are increased.

  • All book types accepted. IFSA Publishing accepts complete monographs, edited volumes, proceedings, handbooks, textbooks, technical references and guides.

  • Available in different formats. The open access eBook is freely available online and accessible to anyone with an internet connection at anytime. In addition to this free electronic version, a print (paper) edition (hardcover, paperback or dust jacket hardcover) in full color is offered for those who still wish to buy a printed book. Various book sizes are possible for print books. The book format is preliminary discussed together with authors. IFSA Publishing is the first publisher in the World who have started publish full-colour, print, sensors related books.

  • Freely available online. IFSA Publishing's books are freely and immediately available online at Sensors Web Portal's web links upon publication and are clearly labeled as 'Open Access'. They are accessible to anyone worldwide, which ensures distribution to the widest possible audience.

  • Authors retain copyright. IFSA Publishing’s books are published under the Creative Commons Non-Commercial (CC BY) license. It can be reused and redistributed for non-commercial purposes as long as the original author is attributed.

  • High quality standards. IFSA Publishing’s open access books are subject to the same high level peer-review, production and publishing processes followed by traditional IFSA Publishing’s books.

  • Authors benefit from our IFSA Membership Program. IFSA Publishing books charge an open access fee at the beginning of the publication process. Our payment IFSA Members receive a 10 % loyalty discount on this publication fee.

  • Authors free book copies and tablet. Authors will get free print (paper) book copies (one copies per author, but not more than 4 copies) in full colour and one tablet ‘Fire’ from Amazon (Quad-Core processor, 1.3 GHz, 1 Gb RAM,  7" (17.7 cm), 1024 x 600), Wi-Fi, 8 GB) free of charge:

Publish your Open Access Book with IFSA Publishing and get a tablet for free !



And even more: if you had found the better publisher for sensors related open access books, please let us to know,

and if it is true, we will publish your book free of charge !



How to Submit Manuscript ?


1. Download and fill-in the Open Access Book Proposal Form and submit it by e-mail to editor@sensorsportal.com

2. If accepted, pay a publication fee. We accept the online payment by PayPal and direct money transfer to our bank account

3. You will must prepare your manuscript according to the appropriate template (the book size and format will be discussed before) and submit it in both formats: MS Word for Windows and Acrobat (pdf) by e-mail to


4. After a peer-review process, the Open Access Book Copyright Form will be signatured.





[1]. Sergey Y. Yurish, How to Select Publisher for Open Access Book and Article ? Problem of Choice or What Author Must Know, Sensors & Transducers, Vol. 201, Issue 6, June 2016, pp. 2-7



Bullet Call for Chapters: 'Biosensors: Advances and Reviews' Open Access Book Series


Published by: International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA)

Formats: print (paper) and pdf (Acrobat)

Series Lead Editor: Prof. Sergey Y. Yurish



Topics of Interest Include (but not limited to):


  • Biosensors

  • Biochips

  • Immunosensors

  • Enzyme Biosensors

  • Biosensing Technologies

  • Environmental Biosensors

  • Printed and Flexible Biosensors/Electronics

  • Applications of Biochips/Biosensors

  • Bioelectronics

  • Lab-on-a-chip, microfluidics and µTAS

  • Bioinstrumentation and Equipment

  • Nanomaterials and Nanobiotechnology


  • Bionics

  • Biocomputing

  • Biosensors for Imaging

  • Molecular Electronics

  • Biological Fuel Cells

  • Signal Transduction Technologies

  • Electronic Noses/Tongues


Authors are welcome to submit also state-of-the-art reviews on related topics.


Please use the following template for your book's chapter preparation: Book Chapter Template


The minimum page number per chapter is 11-12. The maximum number of pages is not limited.


Who will submit the manuscripts ? Perspective authors who would be interested in these series are Postgraduate Students, PhD holders and Post-Doc researchers on related fields of sensors and its applications.


All of individual Chapters are welcome to be submitted in both formats: MS Word for Windows (docx) and Acrobat (pdf) by e-mail to Series Lead Editor:


Prof. Dr. Sergey Y. Yurish,


Edifici RDIT-K2M C/ Esteve Terradas,

1 08860 Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain

Tel: +34 696067716

E-mail: editor@sensorsportal.com


Publication fee:


The publication fee is 880.00 EUR per chapter and includes both: submitting and processing costs as well as one print (paper) author’s book copy.


Important Deadlines:

Chapter Submission: 1 February 2017
Publication fee: 15 February 2017
Preliminary publication date: 30 April 2017



Bullet Cyber-Physical Systems: Metrological Issues



Cyber-Physical Systems: Metrological Issues

ed. by S. Yatsyshyn and B. Stadnyk


 Cyber-Physical Systems: Metrological Issues book's cover

Publisher: IFSA Publishing, S. L.

Hardcover: 326 pages

Pubdate: 5 November 2016

ISBN: 978-84-608-9962-4

e-ISBN: 978-84-617-6200-2



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For more sensors books please visit our IFSA Publishing web page






Bullet Sensors Related Conferences Organized and/or Sponsored by IFSA



I. 2nd International Conference on Advances in Sensors, Actuators, Metering and Sensing (ALLSESNORS' 2017),

   (19-23 March 2017 - Nice, France)



Call for Papers, Tutorials and Panels

General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2017/ALLSENSORS17.html
Submission page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2017/SubmitALLSENSORS17.html


- regular papers [in the proceedings, digital library]

- short papers (work in progress) [in the proceedings, digital library]
- ideas: two pages [in the proceedings, digital library]
- extended abstracts: two pages [in the proceedings, digital library]
- posters: two pages [in the proceedings, digital library]
- posters: slide only [slide-deck posted at www.iaria.org]
- presentations: slide only [slide-deck posted at www.iaria.org
- demos: two pages [posted at www.iaria.org
- doctoral forum submissions: [in the proceedings, digital library]

Proposals for:

- mini symposia: see http://www.iaria.org/symposium.html
- workshops: see http://www.iaria.org/workshop.html
- tutorials: [slide-deck posed on www.iaria.org
- panels: [slide-deck posed on www.iaria.org

Submission deadline: November 19, 2016

Sponsored by IARIA, www.iaria.org

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org
Print proceedings will be available via Curran Associates, Inc.: http://www.proceedings.com/9769.html
Articles will be archived in the free access ThinkMind Digital Library: http://www.thinkmind.org

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to, topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in terms of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress, Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and Panels.

Before submission, please check and comply with the editorial rules: http://www.iaria.org/editorialrules.html

ALLSENSORS 2017 Topics (for topics and submission details: see CfP on the site)

Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2017/CfPALLSENSORS17.html

Trends on sensing and sensors types

Secure and energy-efficient sensors; Opportunistic sensing; Secure embedded visual sensing; Sensor calibration; Interference resilience in sensors-based systems; Delay-tolerant sensors; Time-sensitive sensing; Virtual sensing; Energy-delay conservation; Ubiquitous sensors; Sensors for organic/non-organic materials/enviroments; Short/long/adaptive transmission range sensors; Sensors and meta-data; Cryogenic sensors; Film-based sensors; Lifetime- and latency-aware sensors; Low/high pressure sensors; High-speed signal sensors; Chemical sensors; Cross-sensitive sensors; Tracking sensors; Ultra-wide band sensors; Undergroung sensors; Underwater sensors; Mobility sensing; Sensing stream data; Dense/coarse pouder sensors; Low/high temperature sensors; Bio-acoustic monitoring sensors; Hazardous gases sensors; Proximity sensors

Trends on sensing systems

Sensors and smart homes; Distributed visual tracking systems; Sensors- and IoT-based systems; Smart micro-grid sensing; Sensing smart cities; Body-sensor networks; Sensors and IoD (Internet-of-Drones); Industrial sensing; Flooding sensing; IoT (Internet of Things) sensors; Smartphones as sensors; Real-time video surveillance systems; Mobile urban sensing applications; Wearable sensors; Sensing forest environments; Mobile crowdsensing systems; Air pollution sensing systems; Atmospheric sensing systems; Sensor-based user authentication systems

Sensors types

Mechanical sensors; Digital sensors; Optical sensors; Optical fiber sensors; Temperature sensors; Pressure sensors and transducers; Acoustic and ultrasonic sensors; Reflectometry sensors; Humidity sensors; Gas sensors; Frequency output sensors; Rotational speed sensors; Chemical sensors; Film-based sensors; Quartz crystal microbalance sensors; Biosensors; Inertial sensors; Gyroscopic sensors; Capillary sensors; Silicon-based sensors; Textile-based sensors

Quantum sensors and measurements

Sensors based on quatum phenomena (spectroscopy, imaging, etc.); Superconduction-based sensors; Transition edge sensors (TES); Superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUID); Gamma-ray and alpha particle detectors; TES bolometers; Polarization sensitive bolometers; Arrays of low temperature microbolometers; Superconducting x-ray spectrometers; Multi-chroic detector array; Kinetic inductance detectors; Industrial and scientific materials analysis; Precision measurements for wavelengths; Accurate measurements; Cosmic microwave background measurements; Measuring small energy; Superconducting readout electronics to measure and amplify the signals from the detectors

Cryogenic sensors and systems

Cryogenic temperature sensors; Cryogenic particle detectors; Calorimetric particle detection; Phonon particle detection; Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors; Roton detectors; Multifunctional cryogenic sensors; Cryogenic Hall sensors; Cryogenic non-contact displacement sensors; Cryogenic instrumentation; Cryogenic temperature monitoring systems

Biosensors and bio-oriented electronics

Enzyme biosensors; Immunosensors; Natural and synthetic receptors; Electronic noses; DNA chips and nucleic acid sensors; Organism- and whole cell-based biosensors; Printed biosensors and organic electronics; Single-cell detection/analysis; Nanomaterials and nanoanalytical systems; Electrochemical biosensors; Biodetection; Materials and biosensors; Applications for biosensors; Commercial biosensors, manufacturing and markets; Bio-MEMS; Wearable skin sensors

Sensor technologies and materials

Biological, chemical sensors and arrays; Electromagnetic sensors; Multi-sensor fusion technology; Smart and intelligent sensors; Sensor interfacing and signal conditioning; Nanomaterials and electronics technology for sensors; Semiconductor materials for sensors; Polymer materials for Sensors; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Embedded sensors; Wearable sensors; RFID sensors; Underwater sensors; Wireless and wired sensors; Sensing materials - inorganic, organic, polymeric, composite, formulated, nanomaterials; Sensing materials stability; Sensor manufacturability

Aerospace sensors and sensor systems

Meteorological sensors and sensor systems for flight support; Aerospace photonics sensors and systems; Radar Systems; Non-destructive testing for aerospace

Sensor-related techniques and methods

Modern error theory and compensation techniques; Sensor Calibration; Self-calibration; Reliability of measurement systems; Precision and ultra-precision instruments; Modeling and simulation technologies for sensor-based systems; Universal frequency-to-digital conversion interface; Universal transducers and sensors interface; Performance analysis of sensors; Methods for multivariate analysis of sensor responses

Transducers, actuators

Electrical to mechanical energy conversion; Linear actuators; Manual actuators; Hydraulic actuators; Pneumatic actuators; Vacuum actuators; Computer vision instruments; Fluid power transmission and control; Mechatronics; Microelectronics; Wireless communication technology; Air and underwater communication


Measurement theory; Automation instruments; Instruments and measuring technology; Instrument design and measurement theory; Mechanical measurements; Measurement in nanotechnology; Measurement in biomedicine; Measurement in environment (pollution, Arctic, humidity, etc.); Microwave measurements; Measurement of the noise and vibration; Measurement of force and strain; Measurement of displacement and proximity; Nondestructive testing; Light/Radiation monitoring; Computer online measurements; Sensor-based visualization and detecting systems; Single- and multi-parameter measurements.

Sensing systems

MEMS and NEMS; Online measurements; Remote sensing and telemetry; Virtual instruments; Thermometry and nanothermometry; Digital sensors and sensor systems; Industrial robots and automation; Inertial sensor systems; Remote Sensing for Climatology Models; Remote Sensing for Environmental Modeling; Remote sensing on atmosphere, clouds, temperature, ozone; Remote sensing on glaciers, polar fields, sea ice; Remote sensing on ocean waters, surface and subsurface water currents; Wind-driven currents, coastal waters, lakes; Remote sensing on earthquakes, hurricanes, late freezing, air currents; Remote sensing on large disasters, volcanoes, wildfires, marine oil spills, landslide hazards, tornadoes; Remote sensing on earth resources, aerosols, dams surveillance, geology, reservoirs; Remote sensing on agriculture; Tropical forests, deserts, vegetation dynamics, crop estimation; Remote sensing on hydro, flooding, drought, rainfalls, snowstorms; Remote sensing on urban traffic, public and commercial transportation, airports, naval ports

Sensor-system algorithms, protocols, communication and computation

Architectures, protocols and algorithms of sensor networks; Smart sensor systems; Data acquisition sensor-based systems; Energy-aware sensor systems; Resource allocation, services, QoS and fault tolerance in sensor networks; Smart Sensors for building surveillance; Social sensing systems; Deployments and implementations of sensor networks; Internet on Things sensor-based systems; Domain-oriented sensor systems; Web-base monitoring and control

ALLSENSORS 2017 Committee: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2017/ComALLSENSORS17.html




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II. 3rd International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances (SEIA' 2017),

   (20-22 September 2017, Moscow, Russia)





The 3rd International Conference on Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation Advances (SEIA' 2017) is a forum for presentation, discussion, and exchange of information and latest research and development results in both theoretical and experimental research in sensors, transducers and their related fields. It brings together researchers, developers, and practitioners from diverse fields including international scientists and engineers from academia, research institutes, and companies to present and discuss the latest results in the field of sensors and measurements. The 1st SEIA conference was held in Dubai (UAE), 21‐22 November 2015 and the 2nd - in Barcelona, Castelldefels (Spain), 22-23 September 2016.


The SEIA conference is focusing any significant breakthrough and innovation in Sensors, Electronics, Measuring Instrumentation and Transducers Engineering Advances and its applications with broadest concept. The conference is organized by the International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) and Asian Society of Applied Mathematics and Engineering (ASAME) in technical cooperation with National Research Center Kurchatov Institute and National Research Nuclear University (both from Moscow, Russia). IFSA is a non-profit association and is operated exclusively for educational, scientific and technical purposes for the benefit of the international sensor community.


We trust that you will find SEIA' 2017 conference professionally rewarding and stimulating as well as enjoyable. Welcome to SEIA' 2017 !


The conference is focusing any significant breakthrough and innovation in Sensors, Electronics, Measuring Instrumentation and Transducers Engineering Advances and its applications including Internet of Things (IoT), wearable devices, smart homes and cities, healthcare, etc. by focusing on main areas as:




Sensor Technology

  • Accelerometers

  • Inclinometers

  • Gyroscopes

  • Mechanical Sensors

  • Load Cells

  • Optical Sensors

  • Optical Fiber Sensors

  • Photonic Sensors

  • Chemical Sensors

  • Biosensors

  • Immunosensors

  • BioMEMS

  • Temperature Sensors

  • Pressure Sensors

  • Acoustic Sensors

  • Ultrasonic Sensors

  • Electromagnetic Sensors

  • Gas Sensors

  • Flow Sensors and Flowmeters

  • Level Sensors

  • Humidity and Moisture Sensors

  • Infrared Sensors, Devices and Thermography

  • Radiation Sensors

  • Multi Sensor Fusion

  • Smart Sensors

  • Intelligent Sensors

  • Virtual Sensors

  • Sensor Interfacing and Signal Conditioning

  • Sensor Calibration

  • Nanomaterials and Electronics Technology for Sensors

  • Semiconductor Materials for Sensors

  • Polymer Materials for Sensors

  • MEMS and NEMS

  • Remote Sensors and Telemetry

  • Sensor Applications

  • Wearable Sensors

  • Sensors for IoT

  • Environmental Sensors

  • IEEE 1451 Smart Transducers

  • Self-adaptation, Self-validation and Self-testing of sensors and sensor systems


Sensor Instrumentation and Measuring Technology

  • Metrology and Measurement Science

  • Methods of Measurements

  • Calibrations and Standards

  • Measurement of Electrical Quantities

  • Time and Frequency Measurements

  • Measurement of Force, Mass, Torque, Inclination and Acceleration

  • Magnetic Measurements

  • Hardness Measurements

  • Measurement of Geometrical Quantities

  • Temperature and Thermal Measurements

  • Pressure and Vacuum Measurements

  • Vibration and Noise Measurement

  • Flow Measurements

  • Chemical Measurements

  • Quantum Measurements and Photonics

  • Acoustics and the Ultrasonic Measurements

  • Environmental Measurements

  • Power and Energy Measurements

  • Measurement of Human Functions

  • Measurements in Biology and Medicine

  • Mathematical Tools for Measurements

  • Optical and Radiation Measurements

  • Microwave Measurements

  • Virtual Instruments and Data Acquisition Systems

  • Software Measurements

  • Measurement Systems

  • Distributed Measurements

  • Analog-to-Digital Converters, Digital and Mixed Signal Processing

  • Waveform Analysis and Measurements

  • Scientific and Industrial Instrumentation

  • Cyber-Physical Systems and IoT

  • Experimental Mechanics

  • Measurement in Robotics

  • Metrology in Food and Nutrition

  • Intelligent and Computer Vision Instruments

  • Reliability of Instrument and Measurement Systems

  • Nanometrology

  • Technical Diagnostics and Testing

  • Nondestructive Testing

  • Education and Training in Measurement and Instrumentation



Contribution Types:


  • Keynote presentations

  • Industrial presentations

  • Regular papers

  • Posters



Special Sessions:


Authors are welcome to manage special sessions during the conference. Each session will contain 4-6 papers in a related field as specified above


Session organizers will receive:


1)      - Certificate of Appreciation

2)      - 20 % registration discounts on each submitted paper

3)      - Special Publishing Theme within Conference Proceedings




Submission (2-page abstract):
Notification of acceptance:
Camera ready (4-6 page paper):

20 March 2017
20 April 2017
20 May 2017
30 June 2017
20-22 September 2017



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