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Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices

DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG

e-ISSN 2364-7507

    Overview

    The series presents original publications commissioned mainly from speakers on the international Multi-Conference on Signal Systems and Devices (IEEE) organized annually by the series and volume editors.

    Aims and Scope

    Systems, Signals & Devices is one of the large specializations in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and computer sciences. It derives input from physics, mathematics and is an indispensable feature of all natural- and life sciences in research and in application. The new series “Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices” presents original publications mainly from speakers on the International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signal and Devices but also from other international authors. The Conference is a forum for researchers and specialists in different fields covering all types of sensors and measurement systems.

    • Biomedical and Environmental Measurements & Instrumentation;
    • Optical, Chemical and Biomedical Sensors;
    • Mechanical and Thermal Sensors;
    • Micro-Sensors and MEMS-Technology;
    • Nano Sensors, Nano Systems and Nano Technology;
    • Spectroscopy Methods; Signal Processing and Modelling;
    • Multi Sensor Data Fusion; Data Acquisition & Distributed Measurements;
    • Medical and Environmental Applications;
    • Circuit Test, Device Characterization and Modelling; Custom and Semi-Custom Circuits;
    • Analog Circuit Design; Low-Voltage, Low-Power VLSI Design;
    • Hardware Implementation;
    • Materials, Devices and Interconnects;
    • Packaging and Reliability;
    • Battery Monitoring:
    • Impedance Spectroscopy for Measurement and Sensor Solutions;
    • Energy Harvesting and Wireless power Transfer Systems;
    • Wireless Sensor Networks in Industrial Plants

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