Scope

Surface acoustic wave (SAW) sensors, an offspring of precision filters used in mobile communication devices are developed for various sensing applications in the industry.

They can be operated wirelessly and exhibit very good thermal stability for harsh environment applications. SAW Sensors have been reported for physical sensing properties like temperature, pressure, strain and torque/force measurement, but also for chemical and biological sensing applications.

The SAW sensor can be considered as a low energy device with a power consumption in the range of micro Watts and makes them therefore interesting candidates for sensing applications in combination with power harvesting.

In addition to the first SAW Symposia also wired sensors as well as SAW actuator applications should be addressed. Thus gas sensor applications and in general chemical and biological and further wired sensor development as well as emerging SAW actuators like atomizers and microfluidic systems will be presented. This extension shall also widen the reception of the Symposium in the community.

The SAW sensor & actuator symposium will bring together the science and the industry. The goal of the event is to create a platform for cross-pollination of ideas between science and industry on SAW- based sensor and actuator technology while acting as inspiration for innovative and as yet unknown applications.

Important Dates

Abstract submission opens
April 21, 2020

Abstract submission deadline
June 29, 2020

Notification of acceptance
July 15, 2020

Early bird registration deadline
August 24, 2020

Exhibition registration deadline
August 28, 2020

Sponsorship deadline
August 28, 2020

Regular registration deadline
September 28, 2020

Presentation submission deadline
October 8, 2020

SAW Symposium 2020
October 15 – 16, 2020

 

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