The XXXI edition of the conference series

September 3-6 2017 > Eurosensors School

Eurosensors School

Sunday September 3rd

UICP Conference Center
16, Rue Jean Rey
75015 Paris


EUROSENSORS School addresses the fundamentals of sensor science technologies and discusses recent development/potential applications in a given field. The lectures are given at the graduate level and typically span from the scientific basic principles to the implementation in actual devices. They are intended for PhD students and young researchers in the field, researchers who have recently entered the interdisciplinary field of sensors and actuators, and for colleagues who want to brush up their fundamental knowledge in certain fields.


2017 School-chair: Dr. G. Mattana (Univ Paris Diderot)

Advisors: Prof. A. D’Amico (Univ. Rome Tor Vegata) and Prof. Pasqualina Sarro (TU Delft)

2017 FOCUS: Printed and flexible electronics for the development of sensing systems


EUROSENSORS School Tentative Programme

09:30 – 09:40 Welcome Speech

Dr. Giorgio Mattana

ES School chair
Paris Diderot University, France

09:40 – 10:30 Introduction to sensors

Prof. Arnaldo D’Amico1, Prof. Lina Sarro2

1 University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
2 TUDelft, Netherlands

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 11:50 Polymers and devices for printed electronics

Prof. Benoît Piro

Paris Diderot University, France

11:50 – 12:30

Printed electronics: materials and techniques


Dr. Mario Caironi


12:30 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 15:20 Printed and flexible mechanical sensors

Dr. Stefano Lai

University of Cagliari, Italy

15:20 – 16:10 Flexible sensors for the detection of neural signals

Prof. Roísin Owens

Mines Saint-Etienne, France


Registration fee

100 € (including school materials, coffee breaks and lunch).

Please note

The school registration does not allow conference participation and vice versa.
Participation to the EUROSENSORS 2017 Conference is not required for participation to the EUROSENSORS School.




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