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Eurosensors 2015 Summer School

4 - 6 September 2015 - Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies - FRIAS

Dear Participants of the Eurosensors Summerschool 2015,

We very much enjoyed the lively discussions and great atmosphere you all anticipated and created!

We hope you all had a safe trip home and would like to once again send many thanks to all of you for participating in our event.


 

 

 


 

Revolutionary Sensors for the Sensor Revolution?

Sensors play a pivotal role in enabling modern day technological advances and in creating new, groundbreaking applications such as robotics, autonomus systems and human-computer interaction by providing data about the environment that artifcial systems can compute.

The Eurosensors 2015 Summer School shall offer junior scientists the opportunity for interdisciplinary and intercultural exchange and getting in touch with renowned experts from science and pioneers of industrial research.

The lectures will cover all relevant topics ranging from fundamental sensing principles to sensor networks and IP management.

 

The Summer School

The Eurosensors Summer School is organized by the Department of Microsystems Engineering and will take place from 4 - 6 September 2015 in Freiburg, Germany. 

Aim of the summer school is to bring together researchers from a large variety of backgrounds ranging from physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics to engineering and economy in a stimulating environment in order to review the multiple facets of sensor technology research and its applications. The summer school shall furthermore offer an informal platform to exchange new ideas and discuss the future of this research and technology field.



 


 

For a detailed programme, please see here

 

You can download the  Eurosensors Summer School Flyer here

 

The registration fee is 100 €.

 

Social events

In order to provide for a casual atmosphere and intensify the scientific exchange an ice breaker session and dinner are arranged for Friday and Saturday evening, respectively.

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

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