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Contributions are invited on all aspects of the research, development and applications of the science and technology of measurement and instrumentation. Authors are encouraged to submit novel material which could include results of research or experimental work, may deal with practical developments related to plant or process, discuss new developments in sensors and instrumentation, or relate to systems evaluation or the connected world ('the Internet of things') and modeling and simulation.

Topics covered include: General principles of measurement and instrumentation; Sensors and sensor systems: design and evaluation; Data acquisition; Signal transmission; Processing and evaluation; Data output; Systems aspects; Systems modelling and evaluation; Specific applications in measurement and instrumentation; Specific instruments and measurement systems; Design and manufacture of instruments; applications of sensors and instrumentation in a range of fields.

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Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-03-14
Special Issues
Special Issue on Biomedical Sensors and Instrumentation
Submission Date: 2022-02-14

Biomedical sensors are designed effectively for sensing biomedical signals and specifically they possess a property in converting them into quantifiable electric signals for easy identification of biomaterial. This sensor plays as an integral module in various types of medical examining instruments and apparatus. Moreover, biomedical sensors are broadly categorized into physical, electrical and chemical sensors on the basis of the measurable amount and also depending upon particular applications. The essential requirement of biomedical sensing applications is to enhance the technological process for medical diagnosis and to improvise effective treatment methodologies. Biomedical sensors are employed to track the vital signs of the patients and this could be performed by wearing a biosensor in the dress material; implanting a biosensor on the patient’s body and setting a biosensor around the place of a patient to monitor the constant activities of the patient. Implementing a biosensor for calculating the quantity of oxygen in blood is very essential for monitoring the respiratory system of a patient and this is carried out by indulging the polarographic sensor. Specifically, sound of the heart functioning is being a necessary requirement for the clinicians to diagnose various types of diseases in the patient’s body and this could be achieved by the utilization of different heart sound sensors such as air conduction biosensor and direct conduction biosensors. Further, piezoelectric heart sound sensor is a very simply constructed biomedical sensor constituting piezoelectric crystal system that aids in identifying the exact heart beat and along with this it particularly helps in detecting the heart rate of the fetus accurately. EMG (Electromyography) sensor is another important biomedical sensing appliance that helps in monitoring the muscular activities of the human body by tracking the electrical signals travelling through neuromuscular junctions. EMG sensor is built in such a way that it connects the patient’s body with electrical signs which helps in collecting information about muscle contraction and relaxation. The special issue aims to address the applications of biosensors in the medicinal industry for enhancing the betterment of living and in addition it also briefly describes the instrumentation of the biomedical sensors. Topics of interest include, but not limited to: - Application of electromagnetic blood flow biosensor in tracking the regulatory of blood flow to the organs. - GSR (Galvanic Skin Response) sensor in monitoring the sweat gland activities of patients - Fundamentals of finger clip heart rate sensor in measuring the heart rate with accuracy - Role of finger print sensor in the detection and verification of finger print - Biosensors in the detection and measurement of protein or enzyme secretion in the body - Electrodes based biosensor in the detection of dissolved carbon dioxide in the blood - Microbial sensor in tracking the presence of microorganisms present in the body - Role of fabric sensor in the field of medicine for the detection of diseases - Potentiometric biosensor in measuring the potential power of the membrane activities - Blood pressure sensor in sensing the systolic blood pressure of the patient
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-11-06
Special Issue on Time-to-Digital Converters, Time-Mode Approaches and Applications
Submission Date: 2022-02-28

The Special Issue is aimed to give a picture of recent progress in theoretical and applied research on Time-to-Digital Converters, time-mode approaches and their applications. The topics of interest include but are not limited to: - Time-to-digital (TDC) conversion algorithms, - TDC design and implementation, - TDC modelling and testing, - TDC calibration, - CMOS-based TDCs, - FPGA-based TDCs, - Applications of TDCs and TDC-based systems, - TDCs in time-of-flight applications, - TDCs in All-Digital Phase-Locked Loop (ADPLL), - Sampling by timing, - Time encoding and time-encoding machines, - Signal recovery from time encodings, - Time-Mode circuits and systems, - Time-Mode signal processing, - Time encoding with neurons, - Spike-time-dependent encoding, - Spike-based information processing, - Spike-timing-dependent learning, - Temporal processing in Spiking Neural Networks
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-11-06
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