The IOP Series in Sensors and Sensor Systems includes books on all aspects of the science and technology of sensors and sensor systems. Spanning fundamentals, fabrication, applications and processing the series aims to provide a library for instrument and measurement scientists, engineers and technologists in universities and industry.
The series seeks (but is not restricted to) publications in the following topics:
• Advanced materials for sensing • Biosensors • Chemical sensors • Industrial applications • Internet of Things • Lab-on-a-chip • Localization and object tracking • Manufacturing and packaging • Mechanisms, modelling and simulations • MEMS/NEMS • Micro and nanosensors • Non-destructive testing • Optoelectronic and photonic sensors • Optomechanical sensors • Physical sensors • Remote sensors • Sensing for health, safety and security • Sensing principles • Sensing systems • Sensor arrays • Sensor devices • Sensor networks • Sensor technology and applications • Signal processing and data analysis • Smart sensors and monitoring • Telemetry
Authors are encouraged to take advantage of electronic publication through the use of colour, animations, video and interactive elements to enhance the reader experience.