Sensors Update ensures that you stay at the cutting edge of the field, presenting the current highlights of sensor and related microelectromechanical systems technology. Coverage includes most recent developments in materials, design, production, and applications of sensors, signal detection and processing, as well as new sensing principles based on micro- and nanotechnology.
Each volume is divided into three sections: Sensor Technology reviews highlights in applied and basic research, Sensor Applications covers new or improved applications of sensors and Sensor Markets provides a survey of suppliers and market trends for a particular area. With this unique combination of information in each volume, Sensors Update is of must-have value for scientists and engineers in industry and at universities, to sensors developers, distributors, and users.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors.
PART 1. SENSOR TECHNOLOGY.
1.1 Review: Automatic Model Reduction for Transient Simulation of MEMS-based Devices (E. B. Rudnyi and J. G. Korvink).
1.2 Nanotube Membrane Sensors: Resistive Sensing and Ion Channel Mimetics (M. Wirtz and C. R. Martin).
1.3 Signal Processing Architectures for Chemical Sensing Microsystems (D. M. Wilson and T. Roppel).
1.4 CMOS Single Chip Gas Detection Systems - Part I. (C. Hagleitner, et al.).
PART 2. SENSOR APPLICATIONS.
2.1 Earthquake Sensor (T. Yanada, et al.).
2.2 Microelectronic Bonding Processes Monitored by Integrated Sensors (M. Mayer and J. Schwizer).
2.3 Electronic Tongues and Combinations of Artificial Senses (F. Winquist, et al.).