SAS 2017 Winners

Student Best Paper Award
Md Sohel Mahmood

Title: Wafer-level Packaged Flexible and Bendable MEMS Accelerometer for Robotics and Prosthetics 

Student Travel Grants
Hannaneh Hojaiji
Title: Temperature and Humidity Calibration of a Low-Cost Wireless Dust Sensor for Real-Time Monitoring

Sanober Farheen Memon
Title: U-bend Evanescent Wave Plastic Optical Fibre Sensor for Minute Level Concentration Detection of Ethanol Corresponding to Biofuel Production Rate

Javed Iqbal
Title: A Contactless Sensor for Human Body Identification using RF Absorption Signatures

Michael Salino-Hugg
Title: A Flexible Electronic Flash for Ophthamology and Visual Sciences Research

Athanasios Grigoropoulos
Title: Virtual Sensor Services for Simulated Mobile Nodes

Yuki Oda
Title: Analysis of VLSI Power Supply Network based on Current Estimation through Magnetic Field Measurement

Humanitarian Award
Vedran Bilas, Zvonimir Hölbling, Hrvoje Mihaldinec, Davorin Ambruš, Hrvoje Džapo, & Darko Vasić
Title: UWB Localization for Discrimination-Enabled Metal Detectors in Humanitarian Demining

SAS 2018 is pleased to offer Student Travel Support.

Award recipients must meet the following criteria:

i. The paper must be marked as a student paper in EDAS
ii. The student must be the first author
iii. The student must be registered & attend the Symposium
iv. The paper must be of high-quality content and be favorably reviewed by the SAS 2017 Steering Committee