Companies and researchers are now invited to submit abstracts for posters on sensors and their applications regarding the topics for 2017:
• Enabling Sensor Technology & MEMS Integration
• Sensor Technology for Daily Life
• Sensors for Process Design
• Sensor s for Science & Instrumentation
Please note the audience attending The Sense of Contact 19 conference will be from both Industry and Science. So posters should be convenient for both, researchers and applicants. All abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee and some may lead to an invitation for a talk in the conference programme.
During The Sense of Contact 19 conference a jury will select the best poster. The jury will base their judgement on:
1. Clarity of the poster
2.The ability of the presenter to clarify the work in a deliberation.
3.The novelty of the approach.
The best poster will be awarded € 250-.
The deadline for abstract submission is November 30st 2017.
The abstracts can be submitted by returning the online document per e-mail to: Susanne@fhi.nl
30 November 2017 Deadline abstract submission
7 December 2017 Notification of acceptance
13 December 2017 Sense of Contact 19
Sense of Contact 19 takes place at the Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam.
Sense of Contact is co-located with the International MicroNanoConference; the international conference for the industrialization of micro- and nano technology. The poster area of Sense of Contact will also be open for visitors of the International MicroNanoConference.
The Sense of Contact 19 conference will be organised by the FHI-Association for Industrial Electronics and the Association for Micro Systems and Nano Technology MinacNed. Cooperation with partners like the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO/TTW, the organisation for Comprehensive Analytical Science & Technlogy, TI-COAST and High Tech NL guarantees the targeted interaction between science and industry. The setting offers a perspective on bringing toghter new projectconsortia within the framework of the topsectors High Tech Systems & Materials, Life Science & Health and Chemistry.
Ir. Rolf de Boer (Smartec)
Professor Paddy French (Delft University of Technology)
Dr. Ir. Wybren Jouwsma (Bronkhorst High-Tech)
Ing. Eric Leijtens (TE Connectivity)
Drs. Kees Groeneveld (FHI, Federation of Technology Branches)
Susanne van Boxtel, FHI / MinacNed
Susanne@fhi.nl / 033 – 465 75 07