30th Anniversary Eurosensors Conference and Exhibition
Dear Colleague,
Due to the large interest, the abstract submission date of the conference had been prolonged by a week until April 22, 2016 (GMT+1) upon request of the participants.
Please, observe this final deadline when preparing your contributions!
Please note, only abstracts using the template provided and submitted via the online submission system will be accepted!
The four page extended abstract of all accepted papers will be published by Elsevier in the open access journal Procedia Engineering. Selected submissions will be accepted for publication in the high impact periodicals of Sensors and Actuators A: Physical and Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical.

Authors are invited to submit their oral or poster contributions (see author’s page for abstract template) in the following topics:
  • Special session I: Sensors for automotive applications
  • Special session II: Sensors for healthcare
  • Theory, modelling, design and testing
  • Nano- / micro-materials and processes
  • Physical sensors
  • Chemical and biochemical sensors
  • Optical and RF sensors
  • Micro-fluidic and micro-analytical devices and systems
  • Actuators
  • Packaging, interface and system integration
  • Powering, signal processing, communication and embedded systems
  • Accuracy, reliability and lifetime issues
Important Dates
Deadline for Abstract Submission: April 22, 2016
Notification of acceptance: May 31, 2016
Early-bird deadline: June 17, 2016
4 page paper submission due: July 22, 2016
Plenary Speakers (confirmed)
Mike McShane President of IEEE Sensors Council,
Texas A&M University, Austin TX, USA
Yutaka Nonomura TOYOTA Motor Corporation, TOYOTA CRDL.
and Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan
John Baekelmans CTO, Internet of Everything (IoE) Solutions Group,
Cisco, London, UK
Thomas Maeder Eurosensors Fellow 2015, Laboratory of Microengineering for Manufacturing,
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Eurosensors School
The traditional Eurosensors School on September 4, 2016 will focus on
"Fundamentals for sensors in healthcare". The 90 minutes tutorials  by international experts will cover the following themes:
Dr. Wouter Olthuis
University of Twente,
Sensing and read-out fundamentals
Dr. Robert Gyurcsanyi
Budapest University of
Technology, Hungary
Labeled and label-free sensing
Dr. Giampaolo Zuccheri
University of Bologna,
Nanostructuring and processing
Dr. Roland Pohle
Siemens Corporate
Research, Munich, Germany
Application aspects in diagnosis
The venue city is Budapest, one of the most exciting capitals in Europe. The conference will be organised in the Budapest Congress Centre, located on the Buda side, near the historical castle district.
For any further information please visit our website.
Looking forward to meeting you in Budapest, on behalf of the Organizing Committee:
Conference Chair
Scientific Chair
Program Chair
ES School Chair
Our Partners
Bosch Semilab SUSS Microtech Semilab
Hungarian Academy of Sciences Eurosensors
EUROSENSORS 2016 is organised by the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
in cooperation with AKCongress.
Contact: Ms. Gabriella Magyar / Conference Secretary eurosensors2016@akcongress.com
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