Manuscript Submission (EXTENDED):November 15,2015 December 15, 2015
Notification: January 30, 2016
Final Manuscript published in IEEExplore:
March 30, 2016
Tentative date of paper issue:
May 30 2016

Guest Editors:

Daniela De Venuto (Politecnico di Bari, Italy)
Sandro Carrara (EPFL, CH)
Jan Rabaey (EECS UC Berkeley, USA)
Jun Otha (NAIST, Japan)

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IEEE Sensors Journal Special Issue on "Sensor and Interfaces for Mobile Healthcare"

Call for Papers for the IEEE Sensors Journal Special Issue on Mobile and Healthcare, related to IWASI 2015. You can find the PDF version of the SI call for paper here

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The International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces is a premier sensors and Interface design Workshop aimed at bridging the gap between electronic design and integrated circuit technologies, processes, and manufacturing to achieve design quality in sensors developments and in electronic interfaces. The conference provides a network to present and exchange ideas, promoting the research, development, and application in a wide range of sensors and interfaces field. It spans from sensors over biological, medical and chemical sensors, high-energy physics sensors and space/automotive applications to their interfaces in harsh and heterogeneous environment and sensor networks.

The 6th edition special focuses on health care applications and on the wide range of neuromorphic and brain-based monitoring areas, deeply venturing both in neuro-inspired electronics, including neural wireless sensor networks architecture, and  software design for neural-network modeling. In this frame, several technological challenges are still waiting to be overcome. The necessity of formal neural-network models, ultra-low-power solutions, low-noise achievements, real-time signal processing, big data management, energy harvesting are just few of the countless strict requirements in this fields under increasingly exploration. The impact of these innovations on the society is staggering considering the wide range of potential applications: from prosthesis/artificial limbs control, fall prevention/detection systems, sentimental analysis, learning machines to more recently biomedicine, and Brain Machine Interfaces.ù


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