Sendai, Japan


IEEE Nems Conference logo_ldProteus partners participated into the 11th Annual IEEE International Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems (IEEE-NEMS 2016) held in Matsushima Bay and Sendai MEMS City in Japan. From 17th to April 20th, this international conference presented the latest scientific and technological research on Nems and related topics such as fabrication or integration with devices, sensors or systems.

P1130812_ldOn the basis of the joint work done, Esiee and Ifsttar submitted a paper on “Robust Multi – Parameter Sensing Probe for Water Monitoring Based on ALD – Coated Metallic Micro-Patterns” presenting some of the advances on Proteus work concerning long-term reliability of sensors immersed in water:

  • multi-sensing probe for water network monitoring enabling simultaneous measurements of water electrical conductivity, flow-rate and temperature
  • coating process using Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) in order to reduce both electro-erosion and biofouling, while keeping the sensor’s electrical and thermal functionalities

These results has been presented during the poster session on April 19th, towards an heterogeneous public gathering researchers, academics, students…

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