ACS Sensors, led by Editor-in-Chief J. Justin Gooding from the University of New South Wales, is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the dissemination of new and original knowledge on all aspects of sensor science. This monthly journal provides a high-quality, broadly scoped forum for sensor research that is integral to chemistry and other allied fields of study related to chemical sciences. Read the aims and scope of the journal and the first issue for FREE at pubs.acs.org/acssensors.
ACUTRONIC is the world leader in the development, design and manufacture of precision motion simulators for the aeronautics, space, defense, automotive and consumer industries. ACUTRONIC was chosen 2015 Northrop Grumman WORLD CLASS SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR.
ASYGN is a connected sensors electronics specialist. ASYGN serves the MEMS, imaging and RF industries by delivering ICs, instruments and software for the design, verification and characterization of complete sensor systems. ASYGN’s offer includes the AS3125 chip for high-performance multi-sensor control and the dBox-Z1 instrument for high-frequency resonant sensors characterization.
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the fabrication of semiconductors and microelectronic devices. Brewer Science is prepared for the next generation. Are you? Find out at http://www.brewerscience.com.
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) serves as the principal economic development organization for Florida. EFI’s business development mission is focused on expanding and diversifying the state’s economy through job creation in targeted, high-value market segments such as the MEMS and sensor industry. Central to this initiative is the recent establishment of the International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research (ICAMR) an advanced materials, manufacturing development center focused on the integration of semiconductor based processes and materials into future sensor and photonics devices. The facility is also home to the North American design center of imec, the world-leading nanoelectronics research institute.
FocalSpec is a privately held Finnish high tech company offering laboratory level measurement precision for online quality control and manufacturing line process optimization. Our product range consists of sensors, 2D profilers and 3D at-line scanners for metal, electronics, plastics and medical industries as well as for systems integrators. Our headquarters is located in Oulu, Finland and it operates globally through its subsidiary in Atlanta, USA and a skilled network of integrators and distribution partners. Our innovation is built on line confocal imaging (LCI) ensuring the most accurate measurement results without the limitations of the traditional measurement methods. Our technology works even on the most challenging surfaces such as dark matt, glossy and transparent surfaces. There is no speckle noise nor interference and a sub-micron measurement accuracy is guaranteed be the samples moving or not.
The IEN at the Georgia Institute of Technology is an Interdisciplinary Research Institute purposed with the advancement of electronics and nanotechnology. The IEN faculty and staff perform research, educate students, and provide fabrication facilities to enable basic to applied research, technology transfer and commercialization of electronics and nanotechnologies. Our research and education efforts are led by prominent, Georgia Tech faculty, many of whom are members of the National Academy of Engineers. The IEN’s physical infrastructure includes several research buildings and facilities, valued in excess of US$400M, and state-of the-art, fee-based, open access, shared-user fabrication, characterization, test, and packaging laboratories where global academia, industry and government agencies can work collaboratively. Users are supported by a professional staff of technicians, engineers, and scientists. Additionally, IEN is proud to be the southeastern regional hub for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF’s) National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) and the national headquarters for NNCI Educational programs.
ICAMR, The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research, invites leading global companies with Internet-of-Everything manufacturing endeavors to participate in an industry-friendly consortium for advanced sensors, photonics and optics, and other advanced device manufacturing opportunities. ICAMR is initially targeting the mega-growth technologies that will lead to over 50 billion devices being connected by sensors by the beginning of the next decade. ICAMR will develop innovative manufacturable processes, materials, and equipment for advanced sensors and other future high-tech products (emitters, modulators, energy and communications devices/systems). By leveraging unique emerging technology capabilities, processes, and background IP, ICAMR will develop advanced lab/fab and universal technology platforms with the economy of scale needed for cost-effective manufacturing.
For more than 75 years, customers have relied on Ideal Aerosmith's expertise to help them develop products of the absolute highest quality and reliability. We provide innovative technology and leading-edge testing solutions for companies from aerospace and energy exploration to automotive, hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL), and MEMs testing.
The IEEE Sensors Council focuses on the theory, design, fabrication, manufacturing and application of devices for sensing and transducing physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. With an emphasis on the electronics, physics, and reliability aspects of sensors and integrated sensor-actuators, the Council sponsors well-recognized, international conferences and publications.
IOP Publishing is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Institute of Physics. The Institute is a leading scientific society promoting physics and bringing physicists together for the benefit of all. It has a worldwide membership of around 50,000 comprising physicists from all sectors. It works to advance physics research, application and education, and engages with policy makers and the public to develop awareness and understanding of physics. Any profits generated by the publishing company are used by the Institute to support science and scientists in both the developed and developing world. IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, ebooks, magazines, conference proceedings and websites for the scientific community. These products and services enable researchers and research organisations to reach the widest possible audience for their research. We combine the culture of a learned society with global reach and highly efficient and effective publishing systems and processes. With offices in the UK, US, China and Japan, and staff in many other locations including Mexico and Russia, we serve researchers in the physical and related sciences in all parts of the world.
Lyncée Tec SA is the reference company in the field of 4D microscopy. Its unique technology, based on digital holography (DHM®), provides simultaneously high acquisition rate and interferometric resolution. It opens new quality control possibilities and novel research opportunities, enabling applications that were not possible before. Lyncée offers complete solutions, from sample handling to data analysis, in the field of micro production, MEMS, semi conductor, micro-optics, watch industry, and cell imaging.
Micralyne is a provider of novel MEMS solutions and architectures for BioMed, Optical and Industrial Sensor applications. For more than 30 years, Micralyne has delivered world-class MEMS sensor solutions used in various applications like pressure sensors, gas sensors, accelerometers, thermal imaging sensors and optical communications. These products find application in number of industries such as: life sciences, aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, military, commercial and environment. Micralyne has a complete offering of capabilities to support the customer’s needs from concept to volume production. These capabilities include state of the art cleanroom facilities, volume wafer production, Wafer Level Packaging – MicraSilQ, discrete packaging, and custom sub-assembly services.
The MIST Center is a collaborative research center that focuses on precompetitive research for next-generation smart systems. Operating under the auspices of the NSF’s Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program, our portfolio comprises experts in fields ranging from novel materials and processing technologies to devices/transducers, RF circuits and systems, power, packaging and multi-physics modeling.
nanoplus provides DFB and FP lasers at any customer specific wavelength from 760 nm to 14000 nm. The lasers’ excellent performance is due to their very high spectral purity, narrow linewidth and excellent reliability. They are the perfect light source for extremely precise sensing applications in industry and research.
Neutronix-Quintel (NXQ) Mask Aligners are optimized to fit your exacting requirements. We offer a large variety of value add features, such as our integrated BSA /IR (backside to front side ) alignment with on the fly switch over, allows the user to see the live front to back alignment overlay pre-exposure. The NXQ 8000 performs the fastest and most accurate alignments available today. Our ease of use, feature rich software & onsite upgradeability make the NXQ 8000 the superior mask aligner.
Our two divisions support advanced sensor and IoT product development and manufacturing. Advanced Micro Patterning (AMP) provides maskless lithography systems for fabricating these devices. EcoSnow provides CO2 cleaning systems for advanced inertial sensors, including packaging devices. Both groups offer exceptional technology, low cost of ownership and field proven product design.
SMART Microsystems creates turn-key solutions for microelectronic package assembly challenges to move MEMS sensor technology from development to production. With an engineering team experienced in manufacturing and state-of-the-art facilities, SMART Microsystems accelerates the transition of new MEMS sensor products to market, providing the lowest overall development time and cost to satisfy full life cycle requirements.
SPIE is the international society for optics and photonics, and organizes dozens of conferences annually, including SPIE Photonics West and SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing. The SPIE Digital Library is the world’s largest collection of optics and photonics applied research and houses more than 450,000 technical papers in cutting-edge technologies such as sensors, lasers, imaging, robotics, nanotechnology, solar energy, biophotonics, and communications. The Society is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1955 to advance light-based technologies and serves nearly 260,000 constituents from approximately 162 countries.
Based in Scotland, SST Sensing’s goal is to deliver sensing and control solutions to our customers which exactly meet their technical and commercial requirements. This can be achieved through our standard range of sensors or by providing customer specific sensing solutions. Our innovative LuminOx sensor employs the principle of fluorescence quenching to measure oxygen over a wide range and without the drawbacks and limitations associated with other oxygen sensing technologies. It is an intelligent electronic sensor with integrated temperature and pressure compensation and its lifetime is completely unaffected by the amount of oxygen in the environment. LuminOx adds to SST’s diverse and ever-growing range of gas and liquid sensing products.
Stony Brook University
The Laboratory for Optoelectronic Sensors is an important element of the Center for Advanced Sensor Technologies (Sensor CAT) at Stony Brook University. Established in 1998 by the New York State, the Center conducts industry-cosponsored R&D aimed at growing the science-based manufacturing in NYS. The Sensor CAT caters to industry needs, utilizing such enabling technologies as optoelectronics, nanomaterials, advanced signal processing, etc. Successful applications developed by the Center include sensors of various gases, as well as humidity, temperature, icing, and other sensors for industrial, biomedical, and environmental applications. The economic impact of the Sensor CAT since its inception exceeds $350M.
UAB LUVITERA© is Lithuanian – Slovenian joint stock company established as a result of successful cooperation between Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (LT), University of Ljubljana (SI), Centre of Excellence "NAMASTE“ (SI) and Science and Technology Park of Institute of Physics (LT).
The Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2) advances the investigation, development, and application of sensor-enabled microsystems, through research, education, and industry collaboration. The Center, created in 2000 with NSF support, conducts research in MEMS, micropower circuits, and RF technologies, with applications in healthcare, environmental sensing and infrastructure monitoring.