Tutorials: Sunday, October 25th

Track 1: Optical Sensing

A. “Distributed Optical Fibre Sensing: Can a single strand of optical fibre replaces 100,000 sensors?”
      Dr. Ali Masoudi, Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, UK

B.  “Handheld Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Realistic Quality Control and Protection against Product Counterfeiting versus Empty Promises”
      Prof. em. Heinz Wilhelm Siesler, Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Track 2: Printed, flexible, and mobile sensing

A. “Flexible and Printed Sensors: Materials, Technology and Selected Applications”
        Ass. Prof. Sharmistha Bhadra, Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, Canada

B.  “Getting most out of your SENSORS: Mixed-Methods Research Methodology Enabling Identification, Modelling and Predicting                                                     Human Aspects of Mobile Sensing "In the Wild"”
       Prof. Katarzyna Wac and Alexandre De Masi, Quality of Life Lab, University of Geneva, Switzerland

*The exact schedule of the conference including the time-slots for the interactive part of the tutorials will be announced soon.