Sensors 2011

Monitoring the Aquatic Environment Using Sensor Technologies

Wednesday 19th October 2011

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BQ

The conference, the third on the same theme, proved very successful with sixty two persons and one exhibitor attending . The programme consisted of presentations by four invited speakers, twelve presentations and seven posters by young researches.The presentations by young researches were selected from the response to a call for papers and those selected received complimentary registrations. The first session considered the issues relating to sampling, calibration and data validation illustrated by on-line water monitoring, monitoring metals and nutrients in the aquatic environment, continuous water monitoring and monitoring water biofouling. The second session featured presentations on monitoring applications, for example, voltammetric techniques for metals in sea water, polymer based potentiometric sensors and monitoring the aquatic carbon cycle. Additional presentations included acoustic backscatter response for dispersed oil concentrations, electrochemical sensors and optical trapping for micro-organisms in water. 

Presentations are available to view/download below.

Title Author
   Conference Booklet of Abstracts  
  Advances in on-line water quality monitoring and early warning systems 
Bram van der Gaag
K W R
Watercycle Research Institute 
Netherlands
  Sensors – Challenges associated with sampling and Calibration
Richard Greenwood 
University of Portsmouth 
U K
  The monitoring of metals, nutrients and actinides in the aquatic enviornment using sensors and passive sampler technologies Gary Fones
University of Portsmouth
UK
  Does continous water monitoring have a place in port management? Ciprian Briciu-Burghina         
Dublin City University
Ireland
  Efficient drinking water monitoring in the distribution network Jan Mink
2M Sensors Ltd
Netherlands
  Sensing systems for rapid characterization of water contamination Varvara Kokkali
Cranfield University
UK
  Polymer membrane-based potentiometric sensors in monitoring the aquatic environment Aleksander Radu
University of Portsmouth
UK
  Combined ship-based and stationary monitoring of the  Amsterdam canals Hans Korving
Wilteveen+Bos
Netherlands
  Estimating sub-surface dispersed oil concentration using acoustic backscatter response Chris Fuller
Clarkson University
USA
  Optical trapping with a photonic crystal cavity: a new manipulation technique for micro-organisms in water Thijs van Leest
Delft University of Technology
Netherlands
  Electrochemical sensors for defence and security Mark Baron
University of Lincoln, UK
 

 

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