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Horizon: A Sensory World. Novel Sensor Technologies and Applications

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From self-parking cars to diagnostic tools for cancer, sensor technology is shaping our future. Indeed, some claim that sensors will change our world in this decade in the way microprocessors did in the 1980s and the Internet in the 1990s.

The Horizon seminar will showcase a broad selection of sensor technology and systems that have been developed at Cambridge. The Seminar will cover a wide range of sensor perspectives from the basic technology and science of sensor design, applications for diverse situations and environmental conditions, and the challenges associated with rendering meaning from sensor networks or multiple heterogeneous sensing assets. Examples of cross-over and cutting-edge applications will be discussed by both academic researchers and industry speakers.

The 1-day seminar series will take place at The Kaetsu Centre, New Hall and will provide delegates with a rich diversity of insights, perspectives and experiences

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HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

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UserDr Tapani Ryhänen, Nokia Research Centre.

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ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 16:00-16:30

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UserDr Andy Stanford-Clark, IBM Labs.

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ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 15:15-15:45

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UserDr David Ingram, Computer Laboratory.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 14:45-15:15

Sensor signal inference: evasive targets, particles and point processes

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UserProfessor Simon Godsill, Department of Engineering.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 14:15-14:45

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UserProfessor Rod Jones, Department of Chemistry.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 12:45-13:15

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UserDr Kenichi Soga, Department of Engineering.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 12:20-12:45

Laser based reactive flow sensing

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UserDr Johan Hult, Department of Chemical Engineering.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 11:55-12:20

Bubbles and bangs: sensing volcanic emissions

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UserDr Clive Oppenheimer, Department of Geography.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 11:30-11:55

MEMS for precision sensing

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UserDr Ashwin Seshia, Cambridge Nanoscience Centre.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 10:50-11:15

CMOS gas sensors

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UserDr Florin Udrea, Department of Engineering.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

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UserXiaohan Pan, Institute of Biotechnology.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 10:00-10:25

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UserDr Simon Aliwell, Director, Sensors KTN.

HouseKaetsu Centre, New Hall.

ClockTuesday 20 March 2007, 09:40-10:00

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