This Special Issue on “Sensors and Sensor Systems for Atmospheric and Environmental Pollution Monitoring” aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest research trends, technologies, and applications in the field of pollution monitoring. The continuous growth in human activities has led to an alarming increase in pollution, which poses significant health risks to humans and the environment. Sensors and sensor systems have emerged as a valuable tool for real-time environmental pollution, for example, in air pollution monitoring and enabling the accurate identification and tracking of pollutants such as particulate matter, NOx, SO2, and many others. In land or soil monitoring, sensors are able to assess and measures concentrations of chemicals such as persistent organic pollutants. This Special Issue will cover a wide range of topics related to atmospheric and environmental pollution monitoring, including novel sensor fabrication techniques, signal processing and data analysis methods, wireless communication protocols, and application case studies.
Contributions are welcome from both academia and industry to offer a platform for interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations that can lead to innovative solutions to tackle the challenges posed by air pollution. We hope this Special Issue will serve as a valuable reference for researchers and engineers who are working towards improving the quality of our air and protecting public health.
Dr. Emiliano Zampetti
DEADLINE: December 31st, 2024
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- chemical sensors
- physical sensors
- chemical sensor array
- electronic nose
- smart sensors
- sensor networks
- wireless sensors
- materials for chemical sensors
- sensors for soil contaminants
- sensors for environmental disaster