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Magnetic Frontiers 2019: Magnetic Sensors

24-27 juin 2019
Lisbon, Portugal - Lisbon (Portugal)

Magnetic Frontiers is the premier topical conference on emerging aspects of fundamental and applied magnetism. The forum provides a range of plenary and invited talks delivered by key researchers in the field as well as oral and poster presentations. As there will be a small number of participants (about 80 people), the conference provides a unique environment for researchers to communicate and discuss the latest developments in magnetism with the leading scientists. We would like to cordially invite you to attend the conference, actively participate in its technical sessions, and contribute to the success of this conference series. The second conference in the series is related to the emerging topic of Magnetic Sensors. With the rise of IoT in techlogies the expanding opportunities for magnetic sensors inspires novel trends to develop devices with improved performances and capabilities. The proposed Magnetic Frontiers topic will promote discussions on current challenges faced by researchers and industrial key players on the development of magnetic sensors. By bringing together these communities, we aim at open new paths for innovative and creative solutions on materials, technology, manufacturing processes and applications. Thus, the conference will cover the following topics: • Ultra-small sensors; Ultra-low noise sensors • Robustness against harsh environments • New materials and approaches for magnetic sensors • Autonomous and low power magnetic sensors/ Harvesters for magnetic sensors • Integration challenges: CMOS, Flexible electronics, packaging, etc. • Reaching the technological limits • Sensor networks and IOT • Applications
Discipline scientifique : Physique - Science des matériaux - Sciences de l'ingénieur - Génie des procédés - Matériaux - Micro et nanotechnologies/Microélectronique - Electronique

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