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Prof. Ping WANG chaired “Special Session on Biomedical Micro and Nano Sensing Technology”

【Publisher】:生物医学工程与仪器科学学院【Time】:2021-12-10 【Frequency】:57

In Nov. 4, 2021, invited by the editorial office of the journal Microsystem & Nanoengineering, a journal published by Springer Nature in partnership with the Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Prof. Ping WANG chaired a special session on Biomedical Micro and Nano Sensing Technology. Prof. Ping WANG is one of the senior professors of the College, as well as the Director of the Biosensor National Special Laboratory, and Director of the Key Laboratory of Biomedical Engineering of the Ministry of Education of China, Zhejiang University. His research interests include biomedical sensors, chemical sensors and measurement.

At the beginning of the session, Prof. Wang and Member of CAS, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Prof. Yirong Wu gave the opening remarks. After that, Prof. Wang gave the first report titled “Biomimetic Sensing and Smart Perception”. Subsequently, Prof. Qingjun Liu from Zhejiang University, Researcher Chengjun Huang from Institute of Microelectronics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Prof. Chunsheng Wu from Xi’an Jiaotong University and Researcher Lianqun Zhou from Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences gave an expert report about their research progress.

After the expert report session, the first Doctoral Forum on Biomedical Micro and Nano Sensing Technology was held, and more than 20 doctoral students from different universities have registered in the forum and gave research reports. After each student report, a 5 min question session was prepared for academic exchange and guidance.

The session has lasted from two days, and more than 30 oral reports have been presented in the session. This session provides very good opportunity for researchers and students in the research area to exchange the recent progress and learn from each other.