• Z. Brzozka

    Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

    Electrochemical and optical (bio) sensors and their biomedical applications, miniaturized analytical devices based on microfluidics principle, Lab-on-a-Chip devices and their applications, fabrication technology of microfluidic devices and systems, new biosensing principles.

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  • R.E. Gyurcsányi

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary

    Electrochemical sensors (ion-selective electrodes, amperometric (bio) sensors, nanopore, ultramicroelectrodes and ion-channel mimetic sensing), Optical sensors (optodes and surface plasmon resonance biosensors), Affinity biosensors, Mass-sensitive transducers, Nano (bio) chemical sensors and sensor miniaturization, Selective synthetic receptors (nucleic acid analogs, aptamers, molecularly imprinted polymers, ionophores, etc.), Biomedical and environmental application of sensors.

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  • J.-H. Lee

    Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

    1) Oxide semiconductor gas sensors - The enhancement of gas sensing characteristics by the morphological design/control of oxide nanostructures (gas sensors using oxide nanowires, nanofibers, nanopowders, nanosheets, and hierarchical nanostructures); The control of gas selectivity and response by loading or doping noble metal catalysts or oxide additives; Preparation of oxide nanostructures for gas sensor applications via the physico-chemical routes (sol-gel method, hydrothermal method, solvothermal method, thermal evaporation, sputtering, atomic layer deposition and so on); Gas sensing mechanism 2) Gas sensors using solid electrolytes, Automotive exhaust gas sensors (oxygen sensors, air-to-fuel ratio sensors, automotive hydrocarbon sensors, automotive NOx sensors using solid electrolytes such as yttria stabilized zircona and gadolinia-doped ceria).

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  • R. Moos

    Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany

    Exhaust gas sensors, Solid state gas sensor materials, Solid state gas sensor principles, Solid state gas sensor technology and Solid state gas sensor modeling; Solid state electrochemical sensors; Framework-based sensing materials (zeolites, MOF); Transducer technology, LTCC, HTCC, hot plates; Chemical sensors for harsh environments.

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  • R. Narayanaswamy

    1) Optical Chemical sensors and Biuosensors: development, applications and analytical instrumentation. New materials, devices, nano materials for optical chemical sensing, for environmental, biochemical and industrial applications; 2) Colorimetric and Fluorescence based sensing systems. Nanoparticles, molecularly imprinted polymers and other novel materials in sensors; 3) Surface Plasmon Resonance sensors and sensing systems: devices and instrumentation; 4) Mass sensitive devices, applications and instrumentation, e.g. SAW, BAW, QCM, QMB, etc.

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  • D. Papkovsky

    University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

    1) Optochemical sensors; Optical Oxygen sensors; Biological applications of optical oxygen sensing and imaging; 2) Probes for chemical and biological analytes; Intracellular probes; Sensors for analysis of cellular function; 3) Nano sensors and biosensors, Fluorescence spectroscopy; Time-resolved Flourescence, Phosphorescence Porphyrins.

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  • G. Rivas

    Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina), Cordóba, Argentina

    Biosensors and biomedical applications: biomarkers sensors; enzymatic biosensors; DNA biosensors; hybridization and DNA damage biosensors; immunosensors; aptasensors. Sensing principles. Nanobiotechnology and Nanobiomedicine: nanomaterials for the development of (bio) sensors, carbon nanotubes, graphene, metallic and magnetic nanoparticles. Neurotransmitters sensors. Modified electrodes. Flow Injection Analysis.

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  • Y. Shimizu

    Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan

    Semiconductor gas sensors, Gas sensors by employing organic materials and/or inorganic materials, Gas sensing principle mechanism, New gas sensor meaterials, Humidity sensors.

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  • M. Tokeshi

    Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

    Lab-on-a-Chip, MicroTAS, Biochip and Biosensor, Microfabrication and Nanofabrication, Biomedical Applications, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Highly sensitive Detection Methods.

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  • U. Weimar

    Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

    Chemical sensor systems, data processing of chemical sensor systems, related pattern recognition and multi-component analysis, electronic noses, application of chemical sensor systems.

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Associate Editors

Editorial Board

  • J.-I. Anzai

    Sendai, Japan

  • Y. Baba

    Tokushima-Shi, Japan

  • A. D'Amico

    Roma, Italy

  • R. De Marco

    Sippy Downs, Queensland, Australia

  • P.J. French

    Delft, Netherlands

  • J.J. Gooding

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

  • A. Hierlemann

    Zurich, Switzerland

  • J. Homola

    Prague 8, Czech Republic

  • E. Katz

    Potsdam, New York, USA

  • C.-D. Kohl

    Giessen, Germany

  • M. Koudelka-Hep

    Neuchâtel, Switzerland

  • M. Labeau

    St Martin d'Heres, France

  • V. Lantto

    Oulu, Finland

  • T. Laurell

    Lund, Sweden

  • I. Lundström

    Linköping, Sweden

  • A. Manz

    London, UK

  • R.A. Matthies

    Berkeley, California, USA

  • S. Middelhoek

    Delft, Netherlands

  • K. Persaud

    Manchester, UK

  • A.J. Ricco

  • L. Tatsuo Kubota

    Campinas, Brazil

  • A. van den Berg

    Enschede, Netherlands

  • J. Wang

    La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA

  • G. M. Whitesides

    Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

  • O. Wolfbeis

    Regensburg, Germany

  • R.-Q. Yu

    Changsha, China

  • E.T. Zellers

    Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA


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