Keynote Speakers

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Prof. Andreas Schütze

High performance gas measurement systems – bridging the gap between sensors and analytics
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High performance gas measurement systems – bridging the gap between sensors and analytics

Dr. Ping Wang

Biosensor National Special Lab, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

Ping Wang is a full Professor of Biomedical Engineering of Zhejiang University, while he is Director of Biosensor National Special Laboratory and Vice Director of Academic Committee of Key Lab for Biomedical Engineering of National Education Ministry of China, Zhejiang University. He is a member of The International Society for Olfaction and Chemical Sensing (ISOCS) ,a member of Asia-Pacific Regional Steering Committee of International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS).a member of International Steering Committee of Asian Conference on Chemical Sensors (ACCS). He is also a Director of Biomedical Measurement Society of China, Vice-Director of Ion & Biosensor Society and Vice-Director of Biomedical Sensors Technique Society of China.

Progress of Bioelectronic Nose and Bioelectronic Tongue in vitro and in vivo for Odor and Taste Perception

Dr. Yogesh Gianchandani

On-chip sampling and analysis — a selective view

Yogesh B. Gianchandani is a Professor at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a primary appointment in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and a courtesy appointment in the Mechanical Engineering Department.  Since 2010 Dr. Gianchandani has served as the Director for the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems ( at the University of Michigan.  Dr. Gianchandani’s research interests include microsystems for environmental monitoring and healthcare ( He has graduated 48 doctoral students, and contributed to more than 50 US patents and 350 papers in journals and conferences.  From 2007 to 2009 he served at the National Science Foundation, as the program director for Micro and Nano Systems within the Electrical, Communication, and Cyber Systems Division (ECCS).  Since 2016 he has also served as the CTO of Omniscent, Inc., which develops high performance microfabricated sensors for air quality monitoring.

On-chip sampling and analysis — a selective view
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