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Thank you for attending IEEE SENSORS 2022 in Dallas, TX! We hope to see you in Vienna for IEEE SENSORS 2023!

Call for Papers

IEEE SENSORS 2022 is intended to provide a forum for research scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, and applications in the areas of sensors and sensing technologies.

IEEE SENSORS 2022 will include keynote addresses and invited presentations by eminent scientists and engineers.  

Topics of Interest

  • Sensor Phenomenology, Modeling and Evaluation
  • Sensor Materials, Fabrication and Packaging
  • Chemical, Electrochemical and Gas Sensors
  • Microfluidics and Biosensors
  • Optical Sensors
  • Physical Sensors: Temperature, Mechanical, Magnetic and Others
  • Acoustic and Ultrasonic Sensors
  • Sensor Networks and IoT
  • Emerging Sensor Technologies and Applications
  • Sensor Systems: Signals, Processing and Interfaces
  • Actuators, Energy Harvesting and Powering Sensors
  • Sensor Data Processing
  • Wearable Sensors and Systems
  • Sensors in Industrial Practices
  • Focused Session: Microwave and Hot Carrier based Sensors
  • Focused Session: In-field Detection of Chemical, Biological and Security Threats
  • Focused Session: Nanomaterials based Sensors
  • Focused Session: Photoplethysmography Sensors and Applications
  • Focused Session: Bio-Remote Sensing
    and Integrated Artificial Intelligence

Publication of Papers

Presented papers will be included in the Proceedings of IEEE SENSORS 2022 and in IEEE Xplore pending author requirements being met. Authors may submit extended versions of their paper to the IEEE Sensors Journal.

Industry Day

A special track designed to encourage industry participation will include industry showcase/demonstrations, industry networking, and an industry panel luncheon. Special flexible one-day registration will be available to facilitate industry participation.

Special Issue in the IEEE Sensors Journal

A small number of best papers presented at the conference will be invited to contribute extended abstracts towards a special issue of the IEEE Sensors Journal. An invitation is not a guarantee of publication but an indication of content desirable to the journal, as well as the recognized quality of the work as submitted to and presented at the conference.

Focused Sessions

IEEE SENSORS 2022 will have focused sessions on emerging sensor-related topics. 

Exhibition Opportunities

The Conference Exhibit area will provide companies and other organizations with an opportunity to display and promote products, services, equipment, books, journals, publications, and/or other items to attendees from around the world.

Live Demos

A demonstration track will allow authors to showcase their sensor technologies to the audience in live interactive sessions. We particularly encourage submissions to this track to fulfill the dissemination and outreach requirements of research projects sponsored by EU programs or similar programs. One-page description of live demo submission is required. The manuscript should follow the Conference template but limited to one page. The manuscript can be submitted through the paper submission system. A regular paper (4 pages) on the same technology can also be submitted in the other Tracks and will be reviewed in the same review process.

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