Ie intelligent chemical sensor arrays for odor to classification and / or gas discrimination.

International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose Synopsisimitating An increasing demand for electronic devices that led biological olfaction processes to the development of an electronic nose and tongue systems, ie intelligent chemical sensor arrays for odor to classification and / or gas discrimination. Such systems include the materials. Sensor elements. Device architecture and intelligent signal processing methods Nanotechnology is the development of handheld electronic olfaction systems that are promising non-invasive monitoring tools, as well as environmental and quality control devices are enabled..

###The researchers include Yoshiyuki Minegishi, Masako Saito, Tomohiro Morio, Ken Watanabe, Norio Shimizu, Sheik Mizutani and Hajime Karasuyama the Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan; Kazunaga Agematsu the Shinshu University, Matsumoto, Japan, Shigeru Tsuchiya of Tohoku University, Japan, Hidetoshi Takada and Toshiro Hara from Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan; Nobuaki Kawamura and Tadashi Ariga of Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine, Sapporo, Japan, Hideo Kaneko and Naomi Kondo of Gifu University, Japan; Ikuya Tsuge the Fujita Health University, Japan; Yachie Akihiro Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan, Yukio Sakiyama of Teine – Keijinkai Hospital, Pediatric Science, Sapporo, Japan, Tsutomu Iwata of Tokyo Kasei University, Japan; Fumio Bessho of Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan, Tsutomu Ohishi and Kosuke Joh of Saitama Children’s Medical Center, Saitama, Japan; Kohsuke Imai, Ludwig Maximilian Shigeaki Nonoyama the National Defense Medical College, Saitama, Japan; Miwa Shinohara, Mikiya Fujieda and Hiroshi Wakiguchi of Kochi Medical School, Japan; Srdjan Pasic of Mother and Child Health Institute, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro; Mario Abinun Newcastle General Hospital, UK, Hans D Ochs of the University of Washington and Children’s Hospital, Seattle, USA; Eleonore D Renner University of Washington and Children’s Hospital, Seattle, USA and Ludwig-Maximilians – University, Munich, Germany; Annette Jansson and Bernd H Belohradsky the Ludwig-Maximilians – University, Munich, Germany; Ayse Metin of SB Ankara Diskapi Children’s Hospital, Turkey, Toshio Miyawaki University Toyama..Inceoglu, a hammock, Schebb and Wagner the paper veterinarian anesthesiologists Harry Brosnan, associate professor of surgical and radiological sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, co-author, and Christophe Morisseau, Arzu Ulu, Christine Hegedus and Tristan Rose, Department of Entomology and of the Cancer Center.