NSSN’s Co-Director Scientia Professor Justin Gooding and Theme Leader, Tomonori Hu, will attend the 2018 Emerging Sensing Technologies Summit in Melbourne.
NSSN Co-Director and UNSW Scientia Professor Justin Gooding will deliver his plenary talk titled “Ultrasensitive to Single Molecule Biosensors that Operate in Complex Biological Fluids” on the morning of Monday 24 September at Storey Hall Auditorium (Level 5, Building 16,), RMIT.
The Emerging Sensing Technologies Summit 2018 (ESTS'18) brings together the sensing science and technologies communities from around the globe, from the current world-leaders in sensing research and industry applications to the future generations. It is an event not to be missed if you want to keep abreast of the latest advances and foster innovations in sensing developments and their applications.
Wide range of topics
ESTS’16 brings together key researchers from Australia and around the world to share and discuss the latest innovations in sensing technologies development including applications in the areas such as health and medicine, power networks, military, aviation, astronomy, automotive, agriculture, environmental monitoring and natural resources.
The ESTS'18 brings industry, academic and government bodies on 3 Expert panel discussions.