Sensors For Cyber Chemical Systems (IDTechEx Sensors Europe 2016)

Prof Yvonne Joseph, Managing Director
TU Bergakademie Freiberg


Europe 2016 Presentation - TU Bergakademie Freiberg*
Europe 2016 Audio Presentation - TU Bergakademie Freiberg*

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Presentation Summary

In contrast to cyber physical systems(CPS), which are sensitive to physical changes in their environment like temperature, pressure, or location, cyber chemical systems (CCS) are able to detect chemical changes in their environment (like volatile organic compounds or gases). For CCS advanced chemical sensor arrays concerning sensor performance, size, power consumption or price are needed. The chemisensitive layers of the sensors in the array have to be versatile and should allow for a broad materials variation. In the talk novel chemisensitive coatings based on graphene, nanoparticle networks or nanoporous metal organic materials for cyber chemical systems are presented.

Speaker Biography (Yvonne Joseph)

Curriculum vitae Prof. Dr. Yvonne Joseph
Name: Prof. Dr. Yvonne Joseph
Date of Birth: 14th August, 1972
Place of Birth: Berlin, Germany
Nationality: German
Official address: TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institut für Elektronik- und Sensormaterialien, Gustav-Zeuner-Str. 3, D-09599 Freiberg, Germany
Telephone/FAX +49 (0) 3731 39-2146 / +49 (0) 3731 39-3662
1998 Diploma in chemistry at the Free University Berlin, Germany
2001 Graduation to Dr. rer. nat. at the Free University Berlin, Germany
Professional career:
1998 - 2001 PhD, Scientific Co-worker at the Fritz Haber Institute of the MPG, Department of inorganic Chemistry, Berlin, Germany
2001 - 2011 Scientist/Senior Scientist at SONY Deutschland GmbH, Material Science Laboratories, Stuttgart, Germany
2005 - 2011 Guest Lecturer at University of Stuttgart, Department of Physical Chemistry, Stuttgart ,Germany
2011 - today University Professor at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Director of the Institute for Electronic and Sensor Materials
2012 - today Vice-dean, Department of Material Science and Technology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Company Profile (Bergakademie Freiberg Technical University)

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The "Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg" is a Technical University focused on four research profile lines (Geo, Material, Energy and Environment). The "Institute for Electronics and Sensormaterials" (IESM) focuses on the development of high-tech materials for advanced applications in the field of electronics, separation and sensing. The institute is dedicated to the scientific education in the Diploma program "Nanotechnology" and the Master program "Electronics and Sensor Materials" and consists of 1800m2 lab and office area and in a 400 m2 clean room for research. The institute is equipped with various instruments for materials synthesis, coating, characterisation and has sensor test equipment for single gas tests, for testing gas mixtures as well as for sensor tests in liquids. The clean room is equipped with all standard instruments needed for CMOS processes. Additionally, large mechanical and electrical workshops are available.
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