July 11- 15, 2016
EPFL Campus, Lausanne, Switzerland
Summer School Program
Welcome to the IEEE Sensors Summer School
This Summer School is multidisciplinary in nature, comprising of an eclectic mix of insightful invited lectures, keynote talks, and poster sessions in the area of electronic sensors for health. Special focus of the school is on the new emerging field of distributed diagnostic, which requires special design of new wearable sensors as well as special design of the related electronics and interfaces to operate with these new sensors.
This Summer School enables students and researchers interested in the field of modern sensors for health to broaden their knowledge in new emerging areas of research at the interface of life sciences and engineering. The five-day program of this school is highly multidisciplinary and covers a range of topics including, but not limited to: Nanostructured devices and interfaces, biosensor devices and interfaces, implantable electronics, telemetry sensory systems, wireless and energy harvesting/scavenging, electronics for brain sensing, and innovative circuits for medical applications. Students will be able to obtain 2 credits by the EDEE Doctoral School.