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2020 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC)

The conference program will consist of plenary lectures, symposia, workshops and invitedsessions of the latest significant findings and developments in all the major fields of biomedical engineering.Submitted papers will be peer reviewed. Accepted high quality papers will be presented in oral and postersessions, will appear in the Conference Proceedings and will be indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE


2020 IEEE International Solid- State Circuits Conference - (ISSCC)

ISSCC is the foremost global forum for solid-state circuits and systems-on-a-chip. The Conference offers 5 days of technical papers and educational events related to integrated circuits, including analog, digital, data converters, memory, RF, communications, imagers, medical and MEMS ICs.


IEEE INFOCOM 2020 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications

IEEE INFOCOM solicits research papers describing significant and innovative researchcontributions to the field of computer and data communication networks. We invite submissionson a wide range of research topics, spanning both theoretical and systems research.


2019 IEEE 8th International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

CAOL*2019 will provide a forum for scientists in a wide area of laser physics, optoelectronics, optics and photonics. The conference will cover wide frontiers in laser physics, photonics, nanotechnology, material physics, nonlinear optics and optical communications. Its characteristic feature is a stronger emphasis on the mathematical, physical and technological aspects of the problems in hand, together with detailed analysis of application problems. This year in the frame of CAOL we will organize two accompanying events, the Workshop on Data Science in Modern Optoelectronics and Laser Engineering and the Workshop “Measurement Uncertainty: Scientific, Standard, Applied and Methodical Aspects” (UM*2019). DSMOLE*2019 will be dedicated to problems arising from merging of modern optoelectronics and laser engineering with data science, artificial and computational intelligence. UM*2019 will cover cutting edge developments in metrology and adjacent fields.

  • 2016 IEEE 7th International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

    The conference will cover wide frontiers in laser physics, nanotechnology, new materials, nonlinear optics and optical communications. Its characteristic feature is a stronger emphasis on the mathematical, physical and technological aspects of the researches, together with a detail analysis of the application problems. The technical program traditionally consists of invited lectures and regular contributed papers. The technical program traditionally consists of invited lectures and regular contributed papers (oral and poster sessions). The previous conferences were successfully held in since 1999 in different cities of Ukraine and Mexico. Information on the previous international meetings on optoelectronics and lasers can be found in IEEE Photonics Society Newsletter (formerly IEEE/LEOS Newsletters): 4-1999, 4-2000, 4-2001, 3- 2004 2-2006, 2-2009, 4-2010, 4-2011 etc.

  • 2013 International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

    CAOL*2013 will provide a forum for scientists in a wide area of laser physics and optoelectronics. The conference will cover wide frontiers in laser physics, nanotechnology, new materials, nonlinear optics and optical communications. Its characteristic feature is a stronger emphasis on the mathematical, physical and technological aspects of the researches, together with a detail analysis of the application problems. The technical program traditionally consists of invited lectures and regular contributed papers. The previous conferences were successfully held in 2003, 2005, 2008 and 2010 in Crimea, and in 2006 in Guanajuato, Mexico. Information on the previous international meetings on optoelectronics and lasers can be found in IEEE Photonics Society Newsletter (formerly IEEE/LEOS Newsletters): 4-1999, 4-2000, 4-2001, 3-2004 2-2006, 2-2009, 4-2010, 4-2011 etc.

  • 2010 International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

    The conference cover wide frontiers in laser physics, nanotechnology, new materials, nonlinear optics and optical communications. Its characteristic feature is a stronger emphasis on the mathematical, physical and technological aspects of the researches, together with analysis of the application problems. The technical program consists of invited and regular contributed papers.

  • 2008 International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

    The 4-nd International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL'2008) will be held in Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine, from September 29 to October 4, 2008. CAOL'2008 will provide a forum for experts in a wide area of laser physics and optoelectronics. The previous conferences were successfully provided in 2003 and 2005 in Crimea, and in 2006 in Guanajuato, Mexico.

  • 2005 International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)

  • 2003 International Conference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers (CAOL)


2019 16th Annual IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication, and Networking (SECON)

Conference focused on wireless networked sensing systems.


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Nano-sensor capacity and SNR calculation according to transmit power estimation for body-centric nano-communications

2016 3rd International Symposium on Wireless Systems within the Conferences on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems (IDAACS-SWS), 2016

This paper presents the capacity and SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio) calculation of nano-sensors propagating model inside the human body. The model based on the calculation of path losses and noise level for THz (Terahertz) wave propagation. In the model the channel capacity and SNR are also studied according to transmit power of nano-sensor for future nano-communications inside the human ...


Single nanowire nanosensors: Fabrication and detailed studies

2017 IEEE 7th International Conference Nanomaterials: Application & Properties (NAP), 2017

Individual metal oxide nanostructures are ideal building blocks for ultra-low- power and high performance sensing devices. Due to their multifunctionality, they are promising candidates for future optoelectronic and gas sensor devices, especially those based on individual nanostructures integrated by bottom-up strategies of nanotechnology. Thus, the development of different multifunctional devices is in rapid progress due to their unique properties. In ...


MoS2 nanosensors fabricated by dielectrophoretic assembly for ultrasensitive and rapid sensing of volatile organic compounds

2015 IEEE SENSORS, 2015

This paper presents a novel process to fabricated MoS2 gas sensor. We use dielectrophoresis force (DEP) to manipulate MoS2 nano flakes, and assemble them onto the Au nano electrode, which was fabricated by focused ion beam. Compared to the traditional process, such as CVD, dielectrophoretic assembly has the advantages of ease of fabrication, room-temperature process, localized precise material deposition, and ...


An intra-body molecular communication networks framework for continuous health monitoring and diagnosis

2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2015

Intra-body communication networks are designed to interconnect nano- or micro- sized sensors located inside the body for health monitoring and drug delivery. The most promising solutions are made of implanted nanosensors to timely monitor the body for the presence of specific diseases and pronounce a diagnosis without the intervention of a physician. In this manner, several deadly health conditions such ...


Literature survey on carbon nanotubes and their potential applications in cancer treatment

14th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, 2014

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have very interesting physicochemical properties, such as ordered structure with high aspect ratio, ultra-light weight, high mechanical strength, high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, metallic or semi-metallic behavior and high surface area[1]. CNTs by virtue of their varied physical and chemical properties can find various applications in the health sector. This article deals with a brief review ...


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  • Nano-sensor capacity and SNR calculation according to transmit power estimation for body-centric nano-communications

    This paper presents the capacity and SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio) calculation of nano-sensors propagating model inside the human body. The model based on the calculation of path losses and noise level for THz (Terahertz) wave propagation. In the model the channel capacity and SNR are also studied according to transmit power of nano-sensor for future nano-communications inside the human body. According to the transmit power at frequencies based on the calculation results in blood, skin and fat environments show that at the distance of millimeters, the capacity can reach very high values depending on permitted bandwidth, transmit power and environment.

  • Single nanowire nanosensors: Fabrication and detailed studies

    Individual metal oxide nanostructures are ideal building blocks for ultra-low- power and high performance sensing devices. Due to their multifunctionality, they are promising candidates for future optoelectronic and gas sensor devices, especially those based on individual nanostructures integrated by bottom-up strategies of nanotechnology. Thus, the development of different multifunctional devices is in rapid progress due to their unique properties. In this work, the individual nanowires (NWs) of semiconducting metal oxides were integrated into sensing devices using focused ion beam (FIB)/scanning electron microscopy (SEM) for their application in room temperature UV detection and gas sensing. Experimental results and possible sensing mechanisms are discussed.

  • MoS2 nanosensors fabricated by dielectrophoretic assembly for ultrasensitive and rapid sensing of volatile organic compounds

    This paper presents a novel process to fabricated MoS2 gas sensor. We use dielectrophoresis force (DEP) to manipulate MoS2 nano flakes, and assemble them onto the Au nano electrode, which was fabricated by focused ion beam. Compared to the traditional process, such as CVD, dielectrophoretic assembly has the advantages of ease of fabrication, room-temperature process, localized precise material deposition, and rapid process. In this study, we realize on- chip gas sensors based on dielectrophoretically-assembled MOS2 for vapor sensing. From the characterization, the developed MoS2 nanosensors exhibit excellent signal-to-noise ratio compared to other nanomaterial-based nanosensors, such as graphene and TiO2 nanowire.

  • An intra-body molecular communication networks framework for continuous health monitoring and diagnosis

    Intra-body communication networks are designed to interconnect nano- or micro- sized sensors located inside the body for health monitoring and drug delivery. The most promising solutions are made of implanted nanosensors to timely monitor the body for the presence of specific diseases and pronounce a diagnosis without the intervention of a physician. In this manner, several deadly health conditions such as heart attacks are avoided through the early in vivo detection of their biomarkers. In reality, nanosensors are challenged by the individual specificities, molecular noise, limited durability, and low energy resources. In this paper, a framework is proposed for estimating and detecting diseases and localizing the nanosensors. This framework is based on molecular communication, a novel communication paradigm where information is conveyed through molecules. Through the case study of the shedding of endothelial cells as an early biomarker for heart attack, the intra-body molecular communication networks framework is shown to resolve major issues with in vivo nanosensors and lay the foundations of low-complexity biomedical signal processing algorithms for continuous disease monitoring and diagnosis.

  • Literature survey on carbon nanotubes and their potential applications in cancer treatment

    Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have very interesting physicochemical properties, such as ordered structure with high aspect ratio, ultra-light weight, high mechanical strength, high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, metallic or semi-metallic behavior and high surface area[1]. CNTs by virtue of their varied physical and chemical properties can find various applications in the health sector. This article deals with a brief review on the current status, developments, potentials and limitations of CNTs as nanovectors and biomarkers for cancer treatment.

  • Detection of neuroendocrine marker in blood samples using an optofluidic chip

    Detection of a newly discovered prostate cancer (PC) biomarker neuroendocrine marker (NEM) using an optofluidic chip, consisting of arrayed optical nanosensors, has been carried out. Different from prostate-specific antigen (PSA), NEM is produced by prostate tumor cells and is released or leaked in blood. Hence, NEM is tumorspecific and more reliable biomarker than PSA. In this effort, for the first time, we have detected 10pg/mL NEM in BSA solution and NEM in blood serum from a patient using the optofluidic chip with high specificity, indicating this type of chip can be potentially used for screening and achieving early detection of PC.

  • IEEE Approved Draft Recommended Practice for Nanoscale and Molecular Communication Framework

    This recommended practice provides a definition, terminology, conceptual model, and standard metrics for ad hoc network communication at the nanoscale. The physical properties of nanoscale communication extend human-engineered networking in ways beyond that defined in existing communication standards including in vivo, sub-cellular medical communication, smart materials and sensing at the molecular level, and the ability to operate in environments that would be too harsh for macroscale communication mechanisms to operate. Nanoscale communication also requires collaboration among a highly-diverse set of disciplines with differing definitions and connotations for some terms, thus a common terminology is required in order to aid in inter-discipline collaboration. A common framework for thinking abstractly about nanoscale communication aids in defining and relating research and development effort. Components of the framework are independent enough to allow them to be developed in relative isolation, yet the components are also interoperable. Example mappings between specific nanoscale communication use-cases and the common framework serve to illustrate the recommended practice. Simulation code implementing the common framework for both wireless and molecular nanoscale communication provides an embodiment of the common framework demonstrating precisely how the framework is applied.

  • In-vivo terahertz EM channel characterization for nano-communications in WBANs

    This paper presents an analytical study concerning nanoscale networks operating at the Terahertz frequency. The paper investigates the path loss and absorption coefficients of a simplified human model within wireless body area networks (WBANs). Numerical results indicated that the path loss rises with increased distance and frequency. It was found that the path loss difference across the THz band ranging between 0.1 THz and 10 THz at a distance of 1mm is around 40 dB, for the various body parts. This is an acceptable value especially in the context of in-vivo nano-communication. At 1 THz, the path loss between 1 mm and 1.5 mm ranges betweenb 36 dB and 40 dB, for the different body parts. The results obtained in this paper verify that electromagnetic (EM) communication is a valid analytical assumption for modeling in-vivo THz nano-communication. This is mainly due to the fact that for distances in the order of millimeters, the path loss at THz is not significantly high.

  • Complex system state generalized presentation based on concepts

    The new generation technologies such as nanosensors, are allowing the monitoring and evaluation of complex systems with a microscopic nodes. Nowadays it is possible to have nanosensors in such type of nodes and it will not worsen the quality of their work. In the proposed work we will be dealing with system state automatic evaluation problem and try to develop the automatic evaluation expert system knowledgebase representation mechanism for system state, based on concept's pattern.

  • IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Nanoscale and Molecular Communication Framework

    This recommended practice provides a definition, terminology, conceptual model, and standard metrics for ad hoc network communication at the nanoscale. The physical properties of nanoscale communication extend human-engineered networking in ways beyond that defined in existing communication standards including in vivo, sub-cellular medical communication, smart materials and sensing at the molecular level, and the ability to operate in environments that would be too harsh for macroscale communication mechanisms to operate. Nanoscale communication also requires collaboration among a highly-diverse set of disciplines with differing definitions and connotations for some terms, thus a common terminology is required in order to aid in inter-discipline collaboration. A common framework for thinking abstractly about nanoscale communication aids in defining and relating research and development effort. Components of the framework are independent enough to allow them to be developed in relative isolation, yet the components are also interoperable. Example mappings between specific nanoscale communication use-cases and the common framework serve to illustrate the recommended practice. Simulation code implementing the common framework for both wireless and molecular nanoscale communication provides an embodiment of the common framework demonstrating precisely how the framework is applied.



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