Aims and Scope

9th IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces
(IWASI 2023)

Breaking news!

After the workshop, the authors of the accepted papers are invited to submit an extended version of their IWASI 2023 research articles for IEEE Sensors Journal Special Issue on Energy-Efficient Embedded Intelligent Sensor Systems.

The IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces (IWASI) is a premier bi-annual workshop on sensors and sensor interfaces that for 20 years has presented advances and disruptive solutions in the fields of software, architecture, design, manufacturing and materials for sensors and integrated circuits.

The 9th IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces focuses on modelling, analysis, design and development of embedded cyber-physical systems, sensors and actuators for personalized medicine and healthcare applications, machine learning for low power embedded systems and smart sensing applications, high-energy physics, chemical sensing, autonomous sensors and interfaces, hardware and software co-design for security and cryptography, cybersecurity, autonomous driving and security for airplanes and trains.

Papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Sensors and actuators for personalized medicine and healthcare applications
  • Brain Computer Interfaces: from algorithm to implementation
  • Remote sensing applications for environmental control
  • Sensor systems for Robotics and Industry 4.0
  • Smart sensors and devices for Artificial Intelligence
  • Sensor systems for autonomous driving in railway and automotive
  • Embedded Sensor Systems for near-sensor computing
  • High-energy physics
  • Ultra-low power communication devices for sensor networks
  • Biochemical sensors, labs on a chip, multi-electrode arrays and their interfaces
  • Sensor interfaces: analog and digital sensor data processing architectures and ICs
  • Novel testing and modelling techniques for sensors systems
  • Printed, flexible, biodegradable and biocompatible sensors and interfaces
  • New materials and new technologies for sensors, including 1D and 2D materials
  • Remote sensors for applications at multi-acquisition levels and resolutions
  • 3D materials and techniques for sensing-oriented additive manufacturing
  • Energy harvesters and self-powered sensors for portable and smart electronics
  • Label-Free sensors for biomedical and environmental monitoring
  • Wireless technologies for IoT applications

This year, authors can submit original papers for considerations as oral, poster or interactive presentations.

All accepted papers (oral, poster, interactive) will be included in the workshop proceedings available on IEEEXplore and indexed on Scopus and ISI Web of Science.