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Webinar: AIMES - Crossing Borders with Firat Güder

Disposable sensors are easy-to-use, low-cost devices that are intended for single use or short-term monitoring of physical, chemical and biological analytes. [1] In this talk, I will present some of our most recent work involving the development of paper and silicon-based disposable sensors and their applications in monitoring food quality and detecting infectious pathogens. [2-4] Disposable sensors can also be combined with machine learning techniques to predict hard-to-measure analytes in soil both instantaneously and into the future, offering a new method to reduce overreliance on hardware. [5]

Time: Wed 2021-03-03 11.00 - 12.00

Lecturer: Firat Güder, Imperial College London

Location: Zoom

Title: “Disposable sensors for food, agriculture and healthcare”

Lecturer: Firat Güder, Imperial College London

Host: Onur Parlak

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AIMES - Center for the Advancement of Integrated Medical & Engineering Sciences

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Linda Thörn