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Sensors in the Environment 2014

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This is a preview of the Sensors in the Environment Conference which will be held in London on 15-16 October 2014. With a theme of he Environment and Human Health, the conference brings together leading academic researchers and industry executives to review the imapct of sensors in evenviromental monitoring

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Sensors in the Environment 2014

  1. 1. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Sensors in the Environment 2014 London 15-16 October 2014 © 2014 Captum Capital Limited The Environment and Human Health Post Conference Summary
  2. 2. Sensors in 2 the Environment 2014 Welcome to: Sensors in the Environment 2014 This short presentation provides an overview of the Conference, and an invitation to join us at Sensors in the Environment 2015 Michael Brand Conference Chair Sensor technology is growing at an almost unprecedented rate, driven by developments in material science, microfluidics, and wireless communications. Today sensors impact every aspect of our lives in the home, at work, in automobiles, in medicine and healthcare, and increasingly in environmental monitoring. Sensors in the Environment 2014 brought together leading experts in sensor technology, environmental science and wireless technology to discuss the impact of sensors on the Environment and Human Health
  3. 3. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Committee 3 Dr. Michael Brand Sensor100 Prof. Alistair Boxall Environment Dept. University of York Prof. Tony Cass Dept. of Chemistry Imperial College Dr. John Kupiec Innovation Manager Environment Agency
  4. 4. Sensors in the Environment 2014  Discuss the impact of sensors on the Environment and Human Health  Highlight leading academic sensor research  Promote innovative new commercial sensor technology  Explore trends in Environmental applications of sensor technology  Facilitate formation of partnerships for investment and technology transfer CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES 4
  5. 5. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Venue 5 Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt 68 -86 Cromwell Road London SW7 5BT
  6. 6. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Program  Wednesday 15th October  8:30 am Registration & Coffee  9:00 am Introduction  9:10 am Keynote: Prof. Depledge  9:45 am The Environment and Human Health  1:00 pm Lunch  2:00 pm Adopting New Technology  4:45 pm Panel Discussion  6:00 pm Reception  8:00 pm Close  Thursday 16th October  8:30 am Registration & Coffee  9:00 am Introduction  9:10 am Keynote: William Goodman  9:45 am New Sensor Technology  1:00 pm Lunch  2:00 pm New Sensor Technology  5:00 pm Close 6
  7. 7. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Keynote: How Interdependent are the Environment and Human Health Human Health Natural Resources Observations Forcing Ecosystems Anthropogenic Natural Ecosystem Services Prof. Mike Depledge University of Exeter 7
  8. 8. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Chemical in the Environment: What Should We Be Monitoring Prof. Alistair Boxall University of York 8
  9. 9. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Biodetection in the Field: Problems and Technological Solutions Dr. Paul Gascoine Smiths Detection 9
  10. 10. Sensors in the Environment 2014 A Comparison of the Challenges Between Remote and Urban Environmental Sensing Power and management Sensor Element Transductance & pre-processing Communications and networking Data repository Analysis & post processing Visualisation & presentation Measurand User (superior decision system ) Data Information Sensor Systems Stack Duncan Bremner Project Manager Scottish Sensor Systems Centre 10
  11. 11. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Field Testing of Electrochemical Gas Sensors for Air Quality Monitoring Dr. David Rickerby EC Joint Research Centre 11
  12. 12. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Traffic, Air Quality and Meterology Sensors in Smart City Applications Jim Mills Air Monitors 12
  13. 13. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Innovation Begins at Home 13 Prof. Andy Stanford-Clark Chief Technologist for Smarter Energy IBM UK
  14. 14. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Panel Discussion 14 Barriers to Adopting New Technology The Academic View Prof. Dermot Diamond, National Centre for Sensor Research, Ireland An Independent View Prof. Michael Depledge, University of Exeter The SME View Dr. Jess Brown, Cambridge CMOS Sensors The Investor’s View Dr. Michael Brand, Captum Capital
  15. 15. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Keynote: High density air sensors: The power of next generation monitoring for better human and environmental health 15 William Goodman Director of Elm Perkin Elmer
  16. 16. Sensors in the Environment 2014 What Can Clinical Sensors Teach Us About Environmental Sensors (or not)? 16 Prof. Tony Cass Imperial College
  17. 17. Sensors in 17 the Environment 2014 Lab-on-a-chip Systems for in situ measurement of nitrate and phosphate in natural waters Dr. Adrian Nightingale National Oceanography Centre
  18. 18. Sensors in the Environment 2014 One-shot Disposable Biosensor for Ammonia Detection 18 Dr. Guido Drago Gwent Group
  19. 19. Sensors in the Environment 2014 How Fundamental Materials Science will Generate Revolutionary Breakthroughs in Environmental Monitoring Technologies Prof. Dermot Diamond National Centre for Sensor Research, Dublin City University 19
  20. 20. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Novel Self-assembled Nanoplasmonic Platforms for Super-sensitive Detection of Hazardous Molecules in Water and Air 20 Prof. Alexei Kornyshev Imperial College “A review of new methods and results in the Edel-Kornyshev nanoplasmonic sensor team at the Department of Chemistry of Imperial”
  21. 21. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Integrated Electrochemical Sensor Probes for Autonomous in situ Mapping of Inorganic Chemical Compounds 21 Mary-Lou Tercier- Waeber University of Geneva
  22. 22. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Finally Here! Continuous On-line Monitoring of Phosphate in Wastewater Steams with an ISE 22 Dr. Iva Chianella Cranfield University
  23. 23. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Development of a Sensitive Low-cost and User- friendly Centrifugal Microfluidic Cartridge for Multi- analyte Environmental Monitoring 23 Tom Glennon Dublin City University
  24. 24. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Poster Displays 24 Monitoring and modelling emerging indoor air pollutants Magdalena Kruza, University of York In-Situ Sea Water pH Analysis System Martin Arundell, National Oceanography Centre Low-cost Multispecies Air Quality Sensors Chunting Michelle Wang, University of York Low cost, multi-parameter sensors for monitoring pollutants in waters Elena Koutsoumpeli, University of York Microbial Fuel Cells as On-Line Biosensors for Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater Stephen Bradley, University of Bath
  25. 25. Sensors in the Environment 2014 Exhibition 25
  26. 26. Sensors in the Environment 2014 About Sensor 100  Sensor100 is a global network of people and organisations active in research, development and commercialisation of bio-sensors and chemo-sensors  The primary objective of Sensor100 is to facilitate the transfer of sensor technology from the lab to commercial use  The Sensors in Medicine and Sensors in the Environment Conference series is organised by Sensor100  The free monthly eNewsletter is distributed by email to network members in over 70 countries worldwide www.sensor100.com www.sensor100.com 26
  27. 27. Sensors in the Environment 2014 m Sensor100 is managed by: Captum Capital Limited Cumberland House 35 Park Row Nottingham NG1 6EE United Kingdom t: +44 (0) 115 988 6154 www.captum.com For more information, contact: Dr. Michael Brand www.captum.com 27 Sensors in the Environment 2015 Planned for Autumn 2015 Join the Mailing List for program updates

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