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Learn more about NANOSENSORS MSS (Membrane Type Surface Stress Sensors) for olfactory sensing at ISOEN 2019 this week

Don’t forget to visit the NANOSENSORS™ booth at the 18th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose/ISOEN2019 in Fukuoka/Japan this week to learn more about the NANOSENSORS™ MSS (Membrane Type Surface Stress Sensors) dedicated to R&D in the areas of olfactory sensing and electronic noses.

If you don’t have time to attend the conference and exhibition this week then please have a look at the MSS video or the MSS Webpage to learn more.

Dr. Terunobu Akiyama presenting the NANOSENSORS Membrane Type Surface Stress Sensors ( MSS) at ISOEN 2019

Talk on “Piezoresistive Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor and Signal Readout Module to Support Research on Odor/Gas Sensing”

Will you be in Fukuoka/Japan at the ISOEN 2019, the 18th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic nose that is being held from May 26-29th 2019?

Then don’t miss out on the talk on Tuesday the 28th of May on “Piezoresistive Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor and Signal Readout Module to Support Research on Odor/Gas Sensing” by Dr. Terunobu Akiyama (NanoWorld AG) and Dr. Genki Yoshikawa (National Institute for Materials Science & University of Tsukuba, Japan). It will take place during the following session:

11:00 – 12:00
SenDev-1 Oral Session: Sensors
Chair: Corrado diNatale (Roma Tor Vergata University, Italy)
Int’l Conf. Hall (4F)

We hope to meet you there.


NANOSENSORS Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor (MSS) for R&D in gas/odor sensing – SD-MSS-1K2G

Video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing passes 500 views mark

The video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing has just passed the 500 views mark. Thank you all for watching.

The NANOSENSORS Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor – MSS is a non-packaged MEMS sensor, a silicon membrane platform supported with four beams on which piezoresistors are embedded. It is mainly dedicated to R&D in the areas of olfactory sensing and electronic noses.

There are currently two major applications for this type of sensor:

  • the MSS has a great potential as a core component for electronic (artificial) nose systems / olfactory sensing systems utilized in e.g., medical, food, environment, safety and security fields.
  • the MSS can also be used for assessment of various materials like organic conductors, magnetic and superconductor materials in torque magnetometry.

To find out more please have a look at the video or at the NANOSENSORS™ MSS webpage.

We will also have a booth at the ISOEN 2019, the International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose in Fukuoka/Japan later this month.

If you are also attending this conference please visit us there.